The former PNG Hunters star will meet his old team in the Intrust Super Cup grand final, in what is expected to be a thrilling showdown at Suncorp Stadium. Given he left for a Melbourne contract at the end of last year, Olam is not expecting to have much support from PNG fans. He said it was a “different feeling” knowing he would meet his old teammates, but he would do everything he could to get the win for Storm affiliates, the Falcons. “I’m a Falcon so I can’t look back,” he said.
The Broncos skipper was missing from training on Monday for a personal matter. Kayla shared a dedication to Boyd’s grandmother Delphine, who helped raise him, on Instagram. “Rest in Peace Nana Boyd”, she wrote alongside a photo of Boyd with his grandmother and his one-year-old daughter, Willow. Delphine had been unwell in recent years, as she battled dementia, and will no doubt be greatly missed by the Queensland and Australia star.
A cool and calm Ryley Jacks scored a double as he led his side to the stunning victory and into premiership contention. The Falcons have only won the competition once in the Queensland Cup-era, claiming the trophy in 2009. They will have a chance to add to their silverware, when they take on the Hunters next Sunday at Suncorp Stadium. It was former Hunter Justin Olam who opened the scoring for the Falcons today when he crossed in the 6th minute.
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