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19 stars for 2019 | Sean O'Sullivan

A new opportunity awaits for Sean O'Sullivan at the Broncos after a breakout season saw him make his NRL debut and earn representative honours following some strong individual form.

He'll be looking to craft his trade under new coach Anthony Seibold in 2019 and work alongside the halves pairing of Anthony Milford and Kodi Nikorima.

While the No.7 and No.6 jersey may be set in stone, needless to say that O'Sullivan will be knocking on the door of selection in the Broncos top 17 if his 2018 form was anything to go by.  

The talented five-eighth had plenty of highlights, including a try in his first grade debut for the Roosters in Round 19, and a Man of the Match performance for the NSW Residents which was arguably his greatest outing. 

He recorded three try-assists before scoring one himself, engineering a relentless first-half performance that saw NSW take a 30-0 lead at the break before eventually claiming a 36-20 victory.

When named at halfback for the NSW Under-18's back in 2016, coach Brad Fittler praised his admirable leadership qualities and natural playing ability. 

"He's been one of the best players of the under-18s SG Ball competition, he'll direct them around the park, he's a good goal kicker, just a classy little kid. He's our vice-captain and one of our leaders out there," Fittler told

As he has now developed into a well-rounded half with a crafty ball-playing ability matched with a neat short kicking game, one of his most impressive traits is his goal-kicking under pressure.

Many results had been dependant on his trusted left foot in the Intrust Super Premiership season, and no more so than the Elimination Final against the Western Suburbs Magpies.

The Wyong Roos trailed by a converted try with the full-time siren drawing near, and a Paul Momirovski try in the left-hand corner gave O'Sullivan a chance to send the game into Extra-Time.

He nailed the attempt from the sideline, not only locking up the scores but eventually setting up a heart-stopping 18-14 win.

It's moments like those that have O'Sullivan primed for a big future in Rugby League.

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