GERRINGONG’S Korbin Sims says he won't go out of his way to look for his brother on Friday night but you can expect some sibling 'contact' at Suncorp Stadium.
Dragons' second rower Tariq Sims will meet his brother for the first time as a Bronco in the match on Friday.
Tariq played under 20s at the Broncos before making his NRL debut for the Cowboys and moving to Newcastle and then the Dragons.
Korbin was a Broncos' junior but started his career as a Knight before moving back to Brisbane.
Now they will face off for the first time on Suncorp Stadium, and it is a meeting Korbin has been waiting for.
"If it happens it happens, but I am not going to ruin our game plan by going out of my way to try and run at my brother," Korbin said.
"If he is in front of me, or I am in front of him, I am sure we will contact each other.
"It has taken a while and I can't believe we are playing them so late in the season.
"That's why I am looking forward to playing against him and it will be a good battle."
Tariq was one of the supporters of Korbin moving to the Broncos earlier this year.
But he had some fun at his little brother's expense, delving into the family backyard footy games.
It was a tough yard, with older brother Ashton to also go on to play NRL and eldest sister Ruan to become a Jillaroo.
"It was always Ruan and Ashton on their knees verse Korbin, (sister) CJ and I, so they were the rules and if you cried you'd go inside for time out," Tariq said.
"Korbin was the main crier, the girls were the tough ones.
“I never had the ball in my hand most of the time, I was always trying to put a shot on.
"I'll give it a go [on Friday night] but he's a big boy nowadays, and in all honesty I just want to get the win for the Dragons."