Darryl Brohman OAM

Speaker / MC

Considered to have one of the sharpest brains in football, Darryl Brohman OAM made 114 first grade appearances with the NRL's Penrith and Canterbury - winning a premiership with the Bulldogs in the mid-80s.

A winner of Brisbane Rothmans Medal for best and fairest, Darryl moved to Sydney to play for the Penrith Panthers from 1979 until 1983 then again from 1986 to 1987, playing in the premiership-winning Canterbury Bulldogs team in between. Brohman played his first State of Origin matches for Queensland in 1983 however he suffered a “wayward” elbow from Les Boyd resulting in a broken jaw. This put him out of the NRL series for the rest of the year and cruelled his chances at a spot on the test side. He returned to the stateside in 1986. Brohman's media career includes stints at 2KA, ABC Local Radio, 2UE, 2SM and 2GB and is a part of the Logie award-winning Nine Network's The NRL Footy Show.

An excellent MC, awards presenter or after dinner speaker Darryl peppers his presentations with anecdotes from his career during and post-football, offering a unique insight into all facets of football, television and radio.


“Thank you Darryl Brohman, for your appearance at the Rooty Hill depot on RU OK? Day this year. You were a real hit with the staff and helped to reinforce the meaning behind the day.”

- Jasmina Skoric, Workforce Planning and Strategy Corporate Services – People & Culture, BLACKTOWN CITY COUNCIL

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