Broncos center Herbie Farnworth has shut the door on the Dolphins by agreeing to a one-year extension to stay with Brisbane, according to Nine’s Ben Dobbin.
Dobbin had revealed earlier this year that Farnworth was being sued by at least five other NRL clubs, including the Dolphins.
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The signing couldn’t come at a better time for the Broncos, who find themselves in the top eight and firming up for football’s Finals after missing the previous two seasons.
Farnworth, who played 51 games for the Broncos, has established himself as one of the club’s most damaging outside backs.
In 10 games in 2022, he has seven tries to his name.
The Dolphins will enter the competition next season under legendary coach Wayne Bennett.
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In recent weeks, the Dolphins have signed several offensive players, including Knights winger Edrick Lee to a two-year contract, as well as Robert Jennings from the Panthers.
The Dolphins have also been particularly interested in Storm players.
Brothers Jesse and Kenny Bromwich, as well as State of Origin back rower Felise Kaufusi, have all signed deals with the club from next season.
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