Dolphins’ signings Jesse and Kenny Bromwich will set a unique record when they run out for their NRL match against the Titans tomorrow night.
The premiership-winning siblings will form an integral part of the Dolphins’ roster next year as the club enters the NRL for the 2023 season.
Tomorrow night they will become the first brothers in NRL history to play 500 matches for the one club.
They top an all-star list, that includes the Gidley and Johns brothers at Newcastle, the Mortimers at the Bulldogs, the Hindmarshes at Parramatta and the Walters twins at the Broncos.
Jesse made his NRL debut in 2010, while Kenny joined him in the ranks of NRL players three years later.
The pair have won two NRL premierships together as part of the Storm’s triumphs in 2017 and 2020.
It has been an amazing achievement of longevity by the brothers, and just one of the reasons Wayne Bennett was so keen to have them as part of the Dolphins’ foundation campaign.
List of brothers to play at one club
Jesse and Kenny Bromwich: 499 for Melbourne
Matt and Kurt Gidley: 472 for Newcastle
Steve and Chris Mortimer: 466 for Canterbury
Steve and Peter Mortimer: 464 for Canterbury
Matthew and Andrew Johns: 425 for Newcastle
Nathan and Ian Hindmarsh: 425 for Parramatta
Kevin and Kerrod Walters: 423 for Brisbane