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Did Braam and Quill join Brothers chasing the $$$$$

A GRADE: Hervey Bay Seagulls Tomas Quill breaks through Waves Tigers defence to score the first try of the game. Photo: Scottie Simmonds / NewsMail
A GRADE: Hervey Bay Seagulls Tomas Quill breaks through Waves Tigers defence to score the first try of the game. Photo: Scottie Simmonds / NewsMail Scottie Simmonds

HERVEY Bay officials have hit out at claims Brendan Braam and Tomas Quill have joined Brothers for one reason - money.

Braam has responded the reason behind the move was motivated to play with his mates and have the best chance to win a premiership.

What do you think? Vote below.

Do you think Quill and Braam joined Brothers for the the money the 2012 premiers offered?

This poll ended on 30 November 2012.

Yes, I think the duo joined Brothers for the money. - 86%

No, I don't think money was a part of their decision. - 13%

This is not a scientific poll. The results reflect only the opinions of those who chose to participate.

Topics:  brothers, bundaberg, rugby league, seagulls, sport




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