London Broncos have confirmed they have signed Sydney Roosters halfback Brock Lamb on a deal until the end of the season.
The 22-year-old has only been at the Roosters since the start of the 2019 season, but he has struggled for game time since leaving the Newcastle Knights. Lamb has made 33 appearances in the NRL so far, scoring five tries and 81 points in the process.
He is widely regarded as one of the most exciting young halfbacks in Australia and coach Danny Ward believes he will add some much-needed depth for the final few games of the season.
Ward told the Broncos’ official website: “We are excited to have Brock on board for the remainder of the season. With losing Morgan [Smith] to injury and Jimmy Meadows picking up a decent ban, it left us a little short in this area and we needed to strengthen.
“Brock is a quality young halfback who we hope will give the squad a boost going into the final phase of the season. He came with some decent raps from our people in Oz and is a former teammate of Yatesy [Luke Yates], so I am sure he will fit right in.”