2016 Ep 1 – Round 1 Wrap Up

2016 Ep 1 - Round 1 Wrap Up

2016 Ep 1 - Round 1 Wrap Up

2016 Ep 1 - Round 1 Wrap Up

2016 Ep 1 - Round 1 Wrap Up

2016 Ep 1 - Round 1 Wrap Up

Once again the Broncos are the only rugby league club in the world with their own free-to-air television show in 2016, thanks to presenting partners NRMA Insurance and National Storage, and Deadly Choices.

Broncos Insider will this year take you to meet the players away from the field in a seven-episode run to open the season.

For today’s opener, Thaiday wore a Go-Pro as the Broncos went on a pre-season torture test west of Brisbane that included kayaking, mountain biking and running.

See which team navigated their way around the torturous course, and find out whose bike part-time mechanic Thaiday was forced to fix mid-race.

We will also take a look back behind the scenes at last year’s grand final journey.

The Broncos Insider cameras were there on the pre-match harbour cruise with the players’ families and club staff on a day that ended with a tough defeat, but cemented the Broncos’ franchise at the top of the NRL.

You might be able to catch a glimpse of yourself on TV if you were at the Broncos’ Members Day in January.

See all the action from this annual event that allows the fans onto the field and in the dressing rooms of Suncorp Stadium.

Learn what unusual toy that Joe Ofahengaue keeps in the dressing room when Broncos Insiderreveals a new segment called ‘What’s In My Locker?’

Plus get a look at a special function we held at Christmas – the Roast Of Justin Hodges – where teammates took our former captain to task with hilarious results.

We have also nabbed three exclusive interviews from the dressing room after Thursday’s victory over the Eels. You will hear from debutant James Roberts, Josh McGuire and Adam Blair.

Broncos Insider – the only TV show about a rugby league team in the world, Sunday's on Channel 9 Queensland at noon (Qld time).

Other states of Australia can catch a replay on Fox Sports 1 at 5.30pm Qld time (6.30pm AEDT) on Friday just before our first home game against the New Zealand Warriors.

International viewers can also catch the show on Premier Sports in the United Kingdom, through Setanta Sports Asia and Fox Sports Africa. Check local guides for details.

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