EVERY year when the Broncos travel to Auckland to play the Warriors, Alex Glenn is madly scrounging around for tickets.
The Auckland-born back rower’s family come out in droves to the match each season.
Especially close to him are his cousins he grew up sharing a house with on Auckland’s north shore, who are known as ‘The Misfits’.
And he knew they would be enjoying the Broncos 27-18 win over the Warriors on Saturday.
“They are all here and they are all representing,” he said, waving to them in the crowd.
“I know they are wearing their Broncos’ colours proudly tonight.”
Glenn said he was so happy with the way the Broncos out-muscled the previously-undefeated Warriors.
The Broncos turned a tight 15-14 lead at halftime into a strong victory.
“It’s been a long time – I think they have beaten us the last three years,” he said.
“It is great to get one up on them and get some confidence back in our side – I thought we really played well.
“This week was all about focussing on doing our jobs.”