Who is Anthony Griffin?

The Broncos' new head coach has a relatively low profile in NRL circles, having spent most of his coaching career in the Queensland Cup.

Ivan Henjak's assistant for the past two seasons, Griffin took the Broncos under 20s to the inaugural grand final of the National Youth Cup in 2008.

Before that, he spent three years coaching the Redcliffe Dolphins in the Queensland Cup, including to a premiership in 2006.

The 44-year-old was also assistant coach at the Melbourne Storm from 2001-02.

Playing career: Brisbane Brothers (1985-87); Rockhampton Brothers (1988-92)

Previous appointments: Redcliffe Colts 1995-97, Brisbane Norths Colts 1998-2000, Melbourne Storm assistant 2001-02, Souths Logan Qld Cup 2003-04, Redcliffe Qld Cup 2005-07

Coaching achievements: Broncos NYC grand finalists 2008; Redcliffe Qld Cup premiers 2006, grand finalists 2007; Three Qld Colts premierships 1997 (Redcliffe), 1998 and 2000 (Norths). Coached Qld U17s (1998) and Qld Residents (2007)