Nick Meaney has proven his worth and versatility at the Melbourne Storm with the club signing him up on a new deal until 2026.

Meaney, a Ballina Seagulls junior, started his NRL career with stints at both the Newcastle Knights and the Canterbury Bulldogs.

In 2022, came his move to the Storm and Meaney has not looked back.

Finding a home mainly on the wing, Meaney has also successfully deputised at fullback while Ryan Papenhuyzen was out injured.

Meaney knows that the move to the Storm has been the best decision he has made.

“Making the move to Melbourne has been a great decision career-wise and just for life in general,” Meaney said.

“I really felt at home quickly both here at the club and living in Melbourne.

“I’ve made a home here with my family and I’m really happy to have my future sorted until the end of the 2026 season.”

General Manager of Football Frank Ponissi praised Meaney and his diligence with the club and knows how important he is to them.

“We are delighted that Nick has extended his time with our club,” Ponissi said.

“Not only is he a valuable player because of his wonderful versatility in playing in so many positions, but more impressively he has been one of our most consistent and reliable players since he debuted for the club in Round One, 2022.”

By ricky

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