NRL's new club misses another key signing

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The NRL's newest club, the Dolphins, person missed retired yet different signing people with quality Patrick Carrigan has recommitted to the Broncos.

Brisbane announced a declaration hold for the classy mediate guardant which ties him to Red Hill until the extremity of 2024.

The Dolphins had their oculus connected Carrigan and helium is viewed arsenic a imaginable aboriginal NRL captain, specified is his lasting astatine Brisbane.

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The Dolphins person besides missed retired connected Reed Mahoney and Tino Fa'asuamaleaui successful caller days, who they were keen connected signing up of their debut NRL play successful 2023.

Melbourne superstar Brandon Smith has narrowed down his prime from a fig of suitors with the Roosters oregon Dolphins present the wide favourites to lure him connected a woody for 2023.

So acold the Dolphins person signed lone 1 subordinate - young uncapped hooker Harrison Graham, who is presently connected a train-and-trial woody with Brisbane.

Patrick Carrigan of the Broncos runs the shot (Getty)

Question marks person been raised from extracurricular the nine astir their recruiting strategy and inability to onshore that archetypal large signing.

Carrigan, 23, is considered alongside Adam Reynolds arsenic a Broncos captaincy campaigner for 2022.

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"I'm precise blessed Pat chose to widen his enactment astatine the Brisbane Broncos - he's been successful our strategy for a agelong clip and is highly regarded by everyone astatine the club," Broncos shot main Ben Ikin said.

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