Manly Sea Eagles signed brothers Jake and Tom Trbojevic until at least the end of 2026.

Trbojevic brothers sign six-year deals with Manly


Brothers Jake and Tom Trbojevic have signed six-year deals with NRL side Manly Sea Eagles.

Jake, 25, and Tom, 23, have both played for Australia and New South Wales, and have now signed on with Manly until at least the end of 2026.

The duo have won four of the past five best and fairest awards at Manly, with Jake clinching three of those – in 2015, 2018 and 2019.

"The Sea Eagles mean the world to Tom and me. We're proud to be Manly men," Jake said in a statement on Friday.

"To know that we will be playing together for the Sea Eagles for a further six years after next season is an incredible feeling.

"I believe this club is certainly heading in the right direction. I can't wait to get back to Lottoland and play in front of our great members again next season."

Tom was also delighted to re-sign with the Sea Eagles, eager to deliver a premiership to the club.

"Jake and I love playing for Manly. It's our home," he said.

"I know this team can certainly be finals contenders for many years to come, and hopefully, we can lift that NRL premiership trophy in the near future.

"I'm really looking forward to returning to the field next season and playing in front of our fantastic members at Lottoland."

Manly made the finals in 2019 before suffering a semi-final loss to South Sydney Rabbitohs.



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