Jordan Kahu

Kahu's sacrifice for Broncos' finals hopes

Still smarting after missing the sideline conversion of the first of Corey Oates's two tries that ultimately proved to be the difference in the 24-22 loss to the Roosters last Friday night, Kahu won't be able to practise his goal-kicking until Thursday's captain's run but is insistent he perform the role for his team.

The 26-year-old told last month that the groin injury that may require surgery at the end of the season has been troubling him since Round 7 and he feared that it had been impacting his performances on the wing.

Kahu emerges as Broncos' field goal specialist

The comments came after Kahu slotted the match-winning field goal in Brisbane's 13-12 win over the Canberra Raiders at Suncorp Stadium on Friday night. 

It was the Broncos' first one-point win in 364 days, with the last coming almost exactly a year ago against the North Queensland Cowboys at the same venue. 

Kahu's lofty goal kicking ambition

Drahm played 49 matches for the Reds in a five-year Super Rugby career before moving to England in 2001. 

His time in England brought with it a number of goal kicking records, slotting over 400 conversions and penalties in his 134 matches for Bristol, Northampton and Worcester.