Melbourne Storm

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. The Storm became a dominating force in the mid-2000s, however were stripped of their 2007 and 2009 Premierships, as well as three Minor Premierships, after the NRL uncovered a series of salary cap breaches in 2010. The breaches occurred over the course of five years, and amounted to at least $1.7 million.

In 2015 the Storm finished the regular season in fourth place and were knocked out by eventual premiers the North Queensland Cowboys in the preliminary finals, 32-12.

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Melbourne Storm Articles

Storm classy over Roosters to top NRL table

by , 24 Jul 2016

Melbourne have maintained their charge for the NRL minor premiership with a classy 26-10 win over the Sydney Roosters at AAMI Park.

Melbourne Storm vs Sydney Roosters: NRL live scores, blog, highlights

Melbourne Storm vs Sydney Roosters: NRL live scores, blog, highlights

by , 23 Jul 2016 Video

Melbourne Storm have the chance to skip into top spot in the standings tonight, hosting the struggling Sydney Roosters at AAMI Park. Follow all the live highlights and action on The Roar from 7:30pm (AEST).

2016 premiers: The Melbourne Storm (and how to stop that happening)

2016 premiers: The Melbourne Storm (and how to stop that happening)

by , 21 Jul 2016

Once more the Melbourne Storm have silently snuck up and become the premiership favourites. However, it doesn’t have to be that way. I’m going to show you the steps you need to follow to beat them.

Newcastle Knights vs Melbourne Storm highlights: NRL live scores, blog

Newcastle Knights vs Melbourne Storm highlights: NRL live scores, blog

by , 17 Jul 2016

The second-placed Melbourne Storm travel to Hunter Stadium to face the last-placed Newcastle Knights in Round 19. Join The Roar for live scores and commentary from 2pm (AEST).

NRL Round 19 preview (Part 2)

NRL Round 19 preview (Part 2)

by , 14 Jul 2016

The second half of Round 19 has two clashes between the competition’s trendsetters and perennial losers in store.

It’s time to appreciate Bellamy’s craft and all his underrated tradesmen

It’s time to appreciate Bellamy’s craft and all his underrated tradesmen

by , 8 Jul 2016

Melbourne are often roughly labelled as a top-heavy team too dependent on their sumptuous core of superstars – mainly by unimaginative noobs like myself.

Storm leaving Broncos in purple daze a huge finals indication

Storm leaving Broncos in purple daze a huge finals indication

by , 4 Jul 2016

Did anyone get the number of that truck? It is three days ago now, but I’m still marvelling at the manner in which Melbourne dismantled Brisbane at Suncorp Stadium.

Highlights: Storm romp to record win over Broncos

by , 2 Jul 2016

A head knock forced Brisbane’s Queensland winger Corey Oates off the field but Wayne Bennett might be nursing the biggest headache after the Broncos’ record 48-6 NRL loss to Melbourne at Suncorp Stadium.

Brisbane Broncos vs Melbourne Storm highlights: NRL scores, blog

Brisbane Broncos vs Melbourne Storm highlights: NRL scores, blog

by , 1 Jul 2016

The Brisbane Broncos are looking to bounce back tonight following last week’s heavy defeat, but standing in their way is a Melbourne Storm team in terrific form. Join The Roar for live scores and commentary from 7:50pm (AEST).

Revisiting the Brisbane Broncos’ most recent premiership win

Revisiting the Brisbane Broncos’ most recent premiership win

by , 29 Jun 2016

This Friday night, the Brisbane Broncos and Melbourne Storm will renew hostilities in a rivalry which is one of the most celebrated in the National Rugby League.


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