Dual NRL premiership winner Dane Carlaw will return to the club that made him a Test representative after agreeing to a one-year deal with the NRMA Insurance Broncos. <br><br> Carlaw, now 29, will return to Australia after seeking a release from his English Super League club, the French-based Catalans Dragons. <br><br> The Brisbane-born forward had played three seasons with the Dragons after leaving the Broncos at the conclusion of the 2007 NRL season. <br><br> He will now return to Red Hill and is expected to begin training before Christmas. <br><br> A grand final winner with the Broncos in 2000 and 2006, Carlaw played 181 NRL games for the Broncos plus two World Club Challenge matches. <br><br> He also played six Tests for Australia and 13 Origin games for Queensland. <br><br> Carlaw will return from France with his wife Lise and young son Remy and will be allied to Broncos' affiliate club Wynnum Seagulls.
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