Bromwich brothers help Melbourne Storm tackle Tigers
STORM back-rower Kenny Bromwich enjoyed a dream debut on Monday night against the Tigers, helping his side to a gritty 26-12 win.
Bromwich took seven hit-ups form 49m, in his impressive 25-minute stint.
He also got to play alongside his brother, highly-rated prop Jesse Bromwich.
"It was pretty good, especially to go out there with my brother. I was pretty excited," Bromwich said.
"It seemed a bit quicker. Everyone was saying it wasn't as quick as all the other games.
"Maybe that was because it was my first game. Hopefully I get a few more games and get more used to it."
Bromwich said having champions Billy Stater and Cooper Cronk barking instructions at him was a massive help.
"They're very good. They're always talking, telling me where I need to be, and guiding me," he said.
Jesse Bromwich admitted the Tigers tested the Storm when they adopted an ad-lib approach.
"With our tackles he (coach Craig Bellamy) wanted us to stick because they were getting way too many offloads," he said.
"It was a bit hard to defend when they were throwing the ball around like that."