NRL player Tom Dearden leaves Brisbane Broncos to sign with North Queensland Cowboys
NRL player Tom Dearden, a halfback once anointed as the future of the Brisbane Broncos, has announced his departure from the club, instead signing with the North Queensland Cowboys from next season.
- Tom Dearden has signed a three-year deal with the North Queensland Cowboys from next season
- Broncos coach Kevin Walters says the club has plans to target experienced playmakers
- Dearden has appeared in 22 NRL games over three seasons for the Broncos
Dearden was being touted as the Broncos’ long-term halfback, but his departure has meant Brisbane will once again go back to the drawing board in a bid to unearth a genuine world class playmaker.
Dearden’s exit comes off the back of the departure of promising fullback Reece Walsh, who…