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Fiji Test player Brandon Wakeham has signed with the Blacktown Workers Sea Eagles for 2024

Blacktown Workers Sea Eagles have added to their NSW Cup playing depth with the signing of talented half-back Brandon Wakeham for the 2024 season.

The 24-year-old half-back brings a wealth of experience to the Blacktown Workers Sea Eagles team, who open their campaign against South Sydney on Saturday, March 9, at 4 Pines Park under new Coach Wayne Lambkin.

Blacktown Workers General Manager of Football Todd Darvall said the Club was delighted to sign Wakeham.

“When the opportunity came up to sign a quality half like Brandon, we didn’t hesitate to grab him,'’ Darvall said.

New Blacktown Workers signing Brandon Wakeham trains with the Sea Eagles squad
New Blacktown Workers signing Brandon Wakeham trains with the Sea Eagles squad ©Alfred Naupoto (Manly Media)

“Brandon has played 40 NRL games through stints at Canterbury and the Wests Tigers. He has also represented Fiji in 10 Test matches.

“He will be a key asset in leading our Blacktown team around the field this season. His knowledge and leadership qualities will be invaluable."

See the Blacktown Workers Sea Eagles NSW Cup draw here

 Blacktown Workers Sea Eagles NSW Cup squad  
Brad Abbey   
Jahoiyakim Afoa  
Noel Aukafolau  
Trent Borthwick  
Andrew Cartisano  
Soakimi Fakaua  
Harrison Geraghty  
Will Golden (Train & Trial)  
Watson Heleta  
Haimona Hiroti  
Anton Iaria  
Kayne Kalache  
Semisi Kioa  
Douglas Levi  
Eparam Navale  
Jonah Ngaronoa  
Aden Perry  
Pio Seci  
Ben Seufale  
Joey Tramontana  
Brandon Wakeham  
Bruce Ward  
Jayden Yates  
Todd Darvall GM of Football
Wayne Lambkin Head Coach
John Toby  Assistant Coach
Mick Faraes Team Manager
Mick Tonnello Strapper/Sideline Manager
Dane Dorahy Assistant Coach/Blue Shirt
Peter Macri Orange Shirt
Mark Alford Yellow Shirt/ Head Strength & Conditioning
Tammy Ong Head Physio
Dr Mica Spasojevic Club Doctor
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