New Zealand Warriors have appointed Nathan Brown as their new head coach.
Brown joins on a deal until the end of the 2023 NRL season after Stephen Kearney was relieved of his duties last month.
The Warriors, who have played the entire season in Australia because of restrictions in New Zealand enforced to combat coronavirus, have enjoyed an upturn in fortunes in recent weeks, claiming successive wins over Wests Tigers and Manly Sea Eagles under interim coach Todd Payten.
"I'm a career coach. I just love coaching and this job with the Warriors is a fantastic opportunity," Brown told the Warriors' official website.
"I spent time in Auckland during the pre-season and was really impressed with the whole set-up, the players and the staff throughout the organisation.
"The Warriors are hugely important to the competition. We've seen that this year with the sacrifices they've made to keep the NRL going. I can't wait to get stuck in."
Meanwhile, Brisbane Broncos coach Anthony Seibold is to self-isolate for 14 days.
Following the Broncos loss to South Sydney Rabbitohs on Friday, Seibold remained in Sydney for personal reasons.
Broncos CEO Paul White said: "Anthony is dealing with a serious family matter and could not fly back to Brisbane with the team after the Rabbitohs game last night.
"He expects to be able to return to Brisbane within 48 hours but in line with COVID regulations he will need to self-isolate for 14 days once he is back in Queensland.
"Anthony will return to the Broncos after that. Assistant Coach Peter Gentle will coach the team in Anthony's absence."
The Broncos are enduring a dismal season and have just six points from 13 games.