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Melbourne StormThe Melbourne Storm became the first rugby league club to represent Victoria when they were introduced to the NRL in 1998. It only took a year for the Storm to win their first Premiership with victory against the Dragons in front of over 100,000 people at Stadium Australia. Since then, Melbourne have become the dominating force in the NRL, winning their second Premiership in 2007 and making two more Grand Finals in 2006 and 2008.

Melbourne Storm Articles

Storm’s defence pleases skipper Smith

by , 16 Aug 2014

Scoring nine tries is enough to make any captain smile but Melbourne’s Cameron Smith is more pleased with his team only conceding one in their 48-6 demolition of the Sharks. The Storm put their NRL premiership campaign back on track at AAMI Park on Saturday night after a surprise loss to Newcastle in which they […]

[VIDEO] Melbourne Storm vs Cronulla Sharks: NRL highlights, scores, blog

[VIDEO] Melbourne Storm vs Cronulla Sharks: NRL highlights, scores, blog

by , 16 Aug 2014

MATCH RESULT: The Melbourne Storm rebounded from a shock loss last weekend to score a thumping 42 point victory over the Cronulla Sharks on Saturday evening. Jesse Bromwich with an outstanding performance for the Storm side. The win has now seen the Storm leapfrog the Bulldogs into 5th position on the ladder. FINAL SCORE: Storm […]

Melbourne’s ‘big three’ have faded with the Storm

Melbourne’s ‘big three’ have faded with the Storm

by , 15 Aug 2014

For the best part of a decade we’ve talked about Melbourne’s “big three” as if they have little or no competition when it comes to being the best trio of key players at any one club. Of course, it used to be the “big four” until the Storm had to shed one of those – […]

So your team lost, don’t Bellyache about referees

So your team lost, don’t Bellyache about referees

by , 11 Aug 2014

Across multiple press conferences this weekend, coaches took officials to task to continue a worrying trend – blaming referees rather than taking responsibility. The Storm were hard-done by on Saturday night, particularly with the penalty awarded very late in the game after the Storm drove Newcastle into touch after the referee had called held. The […]

‘He doesn’t like the way we play our footy’: Bellamy risks fine with ref blast

by , 11 Aug 2014

Melbourne coach Craig Bellamy appears at risk of another $10,000 fine from the NRL after claiming referee Ashley Klein has a bias against his side. Bellamy was fuming after the Storm’s last-gasp 32-30 loss to Newcastle on Saturday night. The Knights won the penalty count 11-3, including a 7-0 advantage in the second half. Melbourne […]

Knights stun Storm with two late tries

by , 9 Aug 2014

Newcastle have scored two tries in the last two minutes and Kurt Gidley slotted a sideline conversion after the full-time siren to snatch a miraculous 32-30 win over Melbourne. After Akuila Uate dived over in the right-hand corner after the hooter, Knights skipper Gidley stepped up for his chance at glory and made no mistake […]

[VIDEO] Newcastle Knights vs Melbourne Storm: NRL highlights, scores, blog

[VIDEO] Newcastle Knights vs Melbourne Storm: NRL highlights, scores, blog

by , 9 Aug 2014 Popular article!

MATCH RESULT: The Newcastle Knights have stunned the Melbourne Storm with two late tries seeing them run out a 32-30 victory. The Storm will be shattered with that result. They’ve spent three weeks on the road, including a mini-camp on the Central Coast before the match tonight. They will be wondering how they threw this […]

Storm’s McLean ruled out of Knights match

Storm’s McLean ruled out of Knights match

by , 9 Aug 2014

Melbourne’s Jordan McLean has avoided an emotional first clash at Newcastle since the tragic Alex McKinnon tackle after being ruled out of the match through injury. The Storm said McLean had withdrawn from Saturday’s match at Hunter Stadium because of a hamstring injury. He did not train on Wednesday after pulling up sore from their […]

Cronk stars as Storm slay Tigers

Cronk stars as Storm slay Tigers

by , 5 Aug 2014

Melbourne have continued their ominous surge towards the NRL finals with a 28-6 defeat of Wests Tigers at Campbelltown Stadium with superstar halfback Cooper Cronk leading the way. Cronk laid on four of the visitors’ five tries before 7,782 fans on Monday night as the embattled Tigers’ finals hopes took a blow in a tribute […]

[VIDEO] West Tigers vs Melbourne Storm: NRL highlights, scores, blog

[VIDEO] West Tigers vs Melbourne Storm: NRL highlights, scores, blog

by , 4 Aug 2014 Popular article!

MATCH SUMMARY: The Wests Tigers suffered a disappointing loss at the hand of the Melbourne Storm on Monday night, going down 28-6. Cooper Cronk starred for the Storm, running home four of the visitors five tries. Melbourne finish the round in equal fifth on the ladder (alongside the Bulldogs) and appear well poised to make […]


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