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Blayke and the brothers' bond

Showing an enormous amount of respect for his talents, the Sharks recently signed Blayke Brailey to a new three-year contract, one that will see him remain at the Club at least until the end of the 2022 season.

Currently just seven games into his NRL career, Brailey has displayed glimpses of the future, with calm and controlled performances as a back-up hooker – back-up to his older brother Jayden who is currently the Sharks starting number nine.

In a first-person account published on the Players Voice website, Brailey talks of the bond he has with brother Jayden, the pride his family has each time the two take to the field for the Sharks, his excitement at playing in the NRL as a 20-year-old in 2019 and the challenge of coming up against Storm captain Cameron Smith.

It’s an in-depth and honest account from one of the Sharks current and future stars.
CLICK HERE to see the Players Voice article “Scary!’ Brothers’ big Smith challenge”

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