Why we love our footy: Voss Wed 05 Aug, 2015, 9:30am By Andrew Voss, NRL.com Manly's Tom Trbojevic is a superstar of the future. Copyright: NRL Photos. The young players lighting up the NRL Telstra Premiership, the Australian making a massive impact in the Super League and calls to use the sin bin more. Why we love Rugby League at the moment? That's easy. Valentine Holmes and the Trbojevic brothers. I have now seen enough of Holmes to declare Cronulla has a potential NRL superstar in their ranks who is going to entertain us all for at least the next decade. We first caught a glimpse at the Auckland Nines last year; then it was half a dozen matches late in the season. But the highlights package of Holmes in 2015 up to last Saturday's blinding effort against the Warriors is five star. Remember this is the kid who nailed the dropkick conversion from the sideline to send the Auckland Nines final this year into extra time. And over at Manly you have a couple of local juniors, who like Holmes, are certain to be prominent figures in the NRL for the next 10 years. Jake at prop gets better every week with quality and quantity in his workload. And Tom isn't just knocking on the door for regular first grade selection, he's damn near taken it off its hinges Des Hasler style! And for Sea Eagles fans, how exciting is it to know that there are another two younger Trbojevic brothers showing enormous promise in the juniors? As I said in commentary on Fox Sports last Saturday night, I struggle to spell their name but I love shouting it out as Tom sprints away to score a try. I've never been so certain of identifying a player who will top the 100 try milestone in his career. What do we read into Brisbane's loss to Manly? I reckon the answer comes on Friday night. I think the size of the loss to the Sea Eagles is what delivers a question mark. The Broncos were totally outplayed, looking out of sorts from the opening minutes in Gosford. But the loss is only their 4th of the season, and they are still top of the NRL Telstra Premiership. How they bounce back at Suncorp against the Bulldogs will let us all know if the defeat was just a blip on the radar or evidence of a side with a few problems to sort out. Adding merit to the Manly performance was that Brett Stewart played no part in the second half. I still don't know if the Sea Eagles will make the playoffs, but I am convinced no side in the NRL would want to face them in the finals based on their form against Brisbane.