Speculation was rife about the futures of both Alex Glenn and Jordan Kahu but in good news for the Brisbane Broncos and their fans, the duo have re-signed at the club for two more seasons.
Glenn, 27, plays in the back-row and debuted for the Broncos in 2008 and has gone on to play 168 NRL games to date and has represented New Zealand ten times.
For Kahu, injury plauged his career early on but he has fought back and is currently a mainstay in the Broncos side. At 24, 17 of his 30 games in total have come this year, a sign that he is healthier and fitter than ever.
The club are pleased to have re-signed the duo, with it being a boost so close to the finals series.
â€œIt is a really pleasing day for the club to re-sign two young gentleman like this pair,â€ said Broncosâ€™ chief executive Paul White.
â€œBoth have been with the Broncos since they were teenagers and have graduated into the NRL from our under-20s team.
â€œAlex was captain of our first NYC team, led them to a grand final, and now has played well over 150 NRL matches.
â€œJordan has shown courage and tenacity to make himself an NRL regular after suffering some terrible injury setbacks.
â€œIt is a big day for the Broncos to lock these two up for another two years each.â€