A tenacious and committed player, Jordan Riki will stay on with the Brisbane Broncos after signing his new deal.
Riki’s new deal runs until the end of 2027 as the Broncos aim to retain as much of their roster from 2023 that made the grand final.
A graduate of the Broncos academy, Riki has so far played in 67 NRL games and will undoubtedly add to that tally in years to come.
Kevin Walters had a vision as the Broncos coach and says that Riki was one of the first to buy into it.
“Jordan bought into what we are building here at the Broncos from the very start,” said Walters.
“He was one of the first players to commit to stay even when things weren’t going so well, and now he has again chosen to stay at the club he loves which is fantastic news for us here at the club.”
“Jordan continues to work hard on his game, he does the little things really well and he wants to play his role for the team – and that’s exactly the kind of player we want in the Broncos jersey.”