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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.

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NRL finals crowds so far have been a massive let down

NRL finals crowds so far have been a massive let down

by , 15 Sep 2014

Well I love the NRL finals, its just a shame Sydney and Melbourne do not. After a year of disappointing crowd figures in the regular season, the same fans have decided not to turn up come finals time. First we have Manly versus Souths. A top-of-the-table Sydney clash and we get a paltry 28,000. Granted, […]

[VIDEO] Melbourne Storm vs Canterbury Bulldogs: NRL Finals highlights, scores, blog

[VIDEO] Melbourne Storm vs Canterbury Bulldogs: NRL Finals highlights, scores, blog

by , 14 Sep 2014 Popular article!

Match recap: FULL TIME SCORE: Canterbury 28-4 Melbourne Powerful performance from the Bulldogs today, as they take a 24-point victory over the Storm. The game was well and truly won in the first half, as the Dogs put on four unanswered tries to put the game away before the 40th minute. As good as the […]

NRL finals stats: Cowboys vs Broncos, Storm vs Bulldogs

NRL finals stats: Cowboys vs Broncos, Storm vs Bulldogs

by , 13 Sep 2014

The first match of the NRL finals saw the South Sydney Rabbitohs pummel Manly in the first 60 minutes to race to a 40-point lead. While the Sea Eagles made a belated comeback, putting on 24 points, the game was well and truly over. Having tipped the Rabbitohs to win by 24 points in my […]

Stuff the top four, an outside intruder can win this year’s premiership

Stuff the top four, an outside intruder can win this year’s premiership

by , 13 Sep 2014

Forget about last night’s lopsided fizzer – this year’s NRL finals series still promises to be one bold and fruity drop that will maintain its acidic properties right up until closing time, and I’ll be swilling it like a red-nosed toff until my kidneys cry. While it was an unbalanced decanting for 2014 with Souths’ […]

2014 NRL finals preview: Melbourne Storm vs Canterbury Bulldogs

2014 NRL finals preview: Melbourne Storm vs Canterbury Bulldogs

by , 12 Sep 2014

In the final elmination final of the 2014 NRL Finals series Melbourne Storm host Canterbury Bulldogs at AAMI Park this Sunday in a rematch of the 2012 Grand Final. This season is remarkably different to 2012, when the Bulldogs finished minor premiers and the Storm had an axe to grind, after being stripped of their […]

Melbourne most likely to stumble in Week 1 of the NRL finals

Melbourne most likely to stumble in Week 1 of the NRL finals

by , 12 Sep 2014

The search for the best chance of an upset win in the first week of the NRL finals keeps leading me back to Canterbury against Melbourne. Wins by the favourites in all four games would surprise no-one, but I also wouldn’t be surprised by an upset – or upsets. Rating the games in order of […]

Love the smell of finals football in September

Love the smell of finals football in September

by , 12 Sep 2014

I must first apologise for that poor Apocalypse Now reference but I am just a little excited. This is the time of year that every league fan loves and this year’s finals series promises a great deal. There are some very interesting match-ups in this week’s games. Manly Sea Eagles versus South Sydney Rabbitohs promises […]

Bulldogs set to target injured Cam Smith

by , 11 Sep 2014

Canterbury second rower Dale Finucane has warned that the Bulldogs may test Melbourne skipper Cameron Smith’s injured ankle in Sunday’s NRL elimination final. Smith is battling to be fit in time for the finals after picking up an ankle sprain in last week’s clash with Brisbane. Most expect the durable Australian skipper to play, but […]

2014 NRL finals series: Week one preview

2014 NRL finals series: Week one preview

by , 10 Sep 2014

The regular season is over, and now we are down to just eight teams who will fight it out over the next month to decide who claims the NRL premiership for season 2014. The Roosters are once again the minor premiers, claiming top spot for the first time this year after a strong second half […]

TURNER: I’m picking just one upset in the NRL finals this weekend

TURNER: I’m picking just one upset in the NRL finals this weekend

by , 9 Sep 2014

We’ve reached finals time at last and now that they are here, I have got to say I am really pumped. Every one of the eight teams would have a terrific story to tell if it went all the way and won the title but I’m not deviating from what I wrote here on The […]


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