In less than three hours, Will Chambers will be lining up in the centres for Queensland. For the next three years, he’ll be doing the same for Melbourne.
According to News, the Storm have tonight lodged with the NRL the contract for a three-year extension for Chambers. The new deal will see him remain in Melbourne until the end of 2020.
Chambers was one of a host of off-contract Storm stars, and attracted a big-money offer from the Roosters before deciding to stay.
Chambers has played 161 matches for the Storm since his debut in 2007, as well as 4 Origins for Queensland, and 2 Tests for Australia; and has made 1 less pass to Cooper Cronk than he should have.