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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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Cronk stars as Storm thrash Broncos

by , 25 Jul 2014 Video

Cameron Smith became the highest point-scoring forward in the NRL but it was Cooper Cronk who shone brightest as Melbourne continued their stranglehold over Brisbane on Friday night. Cronk scored a try and set up three others for the Storm in a top-shelf playmaking display to rack up a 30-8 victory at Suncorp Stadium – […]

[VIDEO] Brisbane Broncos vs Melbourne Storm: NRL highlights, scores, blog

[VIDEO] Brisbane Broncos vs Melbourne Storm: NRL highlights, scores, blog

by , 25 Jul 2014 Popular article! Video

MATCH RESULT: The Melbourne Storm secured a commanding victory at Suncorp Stadium against the Brisbane Broncos on Friday night. Holding just an eight point lead at half time, the Storm were able to lift in front of a hostile Suncorp crowd to secure the 22-point win. FINAL SCORE: Storm 30 Broncos 8 MATCH PREVIEW: The […]

Broncos and Storm to resume long-running rivalry

Broncos and Storm to resume long-running rivalry

by , 23 Jul 2014

One of the NRL’s most well-documented rivalries will continue when the Brisbane Broncos and Melbourne Storm lock horns to kick off Round 20 of the NRL. The quirk of the draw has meant that we have had to wait until well after the dust has settled on the State of Origin series to see these […]

Storm wary of unsettled Broncos

by , 23 Jul 2014

Melbourne don’t know if Brisbane will come out firing or flat after the surprise announcement their NRL coach Anthony Griffin will be replaced next season by former mentor Wayne Bennett. The Storm take on the Broncos at Suncorp Stadium on Friday night with both teams looking to secure an NRL finals berth. Storm coach Craig […]

Mid-season signings turning NRL fans away from the game

by , 22 Jul 2014

The recent news that Sisa Waqa will be playing for the Canberra Raiders next year was heartbreaking for Melbourne Storm fans. He is a fan favourite and as much as I hate to say it, it is clear as to why he would leave. Financial security was key and Melbourne knew it. They released him […]

Previewing your NRL team’s run home: Seventh to ninth

Previewing your NRL team’s run home: Seventh to ninth

by , 20 Jul 2014

With the top three predicted in part one, and fourth to sixth in part two, today we look at the NRL teams which will finish seventh to ninth. Brisbane Broncos 2013 was Brisbane’s worst ever season, and while they lost both their halves during the off season, the acquisition of Ben Barba had many people […]

Bellamy excited for Storm’s finals chances

by , 19 Jul 2014

Melbourne are showing all the right signs as they build towards the NRL finals according to coach Craig Bellamy. After he judged last week’s two-point loss to Canterbury as their “best defensive effort of the season”, the Storm coach was satisfied by the six-try romp in a 28-14 win over Canberra. The Raiders fought back […]

Melbourne Storm vs Canberra Raiders: NRL live scores, blog

Melbourne Storm vs Canberra Raiders: NRL live scores, blog

by , 19 Jul 2014

The Melbourne Storm will be out to avoid back-to-back home losses as they take on a Canberra Raiders shooting for their fourth straight win in Victoria. Join The Roar for live blog coverage from 5.30pm AEST. The Storm and Raiders are coming off vastly different results. The Storm suffered a narrow loss at home against […]

How important is the ‘spine’ in modern rugby league?

How important is the ‘spine’ in modern rugby league?

by , 17 Jul 2014

Some claim the spine of a football team – positions 1,6,7,9 – is the key to a premiership. Others would argue that forwards, and defence win games. I would say it’s a combination of all, as well as a special team cohesion which is not shown by the numbers. For example Manly sit on top […]

Cronk calls for collective Storm lift

by , 17 Jul 2014

Melbourne halfback Cooper Cronk says the Storm can still threaten the top sides for the NRL premiership, but they’ll need to shake things up in a hurry. The courageous Cronk, who after breaking his arm in the State of Origin opener returned to star in Queensland’s victory in the series finale, says a Storm side […]


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