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New Zealand Warriors vs Melbourne Storm: NRL live scores, blog

22nd July, 2018

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Warriors vs Storm

NRL, 22 July, 2018

Mt Smart Stadium
Fulltime - Warriors 6, Storm 12
Warriors   Storm
6 FINAL SCORE 12
1 TRIES 2
1 CONVERSION KICKS 0
0 PENALTY GOALS 2
0 FIELD GOALS 0
 
 
Referee: Ben Cummins
Touch judges: Tim Roby & Brett Suttor
Video Referee: Jared Maxwell
When: 2pm (AEST)
Where: Mt Smart Stadium
TV: Live, Fox Sports
Betting: Warriors $2.25, Storm $1.65

Warriors
1 Roger Tuivasa-Sheck (c), 2 David Fusitu'a, 3 Gerard Beale, 4 Solomone Kata, 5 Ken Maumalo, 6 Blake Green, 7 Shaun Johnson, 8 James Gavet, 9 Issac Luke, 10 Agnatius Paasi, 11 Isaiah Papali'i, 12 Simon Mannering, 13 Adam Blair
Interchange (four to be omitted): 14 Jazz Tevaga, 15 Chris Satae, 16 Joseph Vuna, 17 Peta Hiku 18 Mason Lino, 20 Karl Lawton, 21 Bunty Afoa, 22 Anthony Gelling

Storm
1 Billy Slater, 2 Suliasi Vunivalu, 3 Will Chambers, 4 Curtis Scott, 5 Josh Addo-Carr, 6 Cameron Munster, 7 Brodie Croft, 8 Jesse Bromwich, 9 Cameron Smith (c), 10 Nelson Asofa-Solomona, 11 Felise Kaufusi, 12 Ryan Hoffman, 13 Kenny Bromwich
Interchange (four to be omitted): 14 Tui Kamikamica, 15 Tim Glasby, 16 Christian Welch, 17 Brandon Smith 18 Jahrome Hughes, 19 Joe Stimson, 20 Dale Finucane, 21 Cheyse Blair
Issac Luke of the Warriors. (AAP Image/David Rowland)
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The second-placed Melbourne Storm are looking for their seventh win on the trot when they travel across the ditch to face the New Zealand Warriors at Mt Smart Stadium. Join The Roar for live scores and a blog of the match from 2pm (AEST).

The last time these two met was on Anzac Day, when the Storm thumped the Warriors 50-10 at AAMI Park.

A reminder of that from coach Stephen Kearney should fire his men up for a much better defensive performance today at home.

The Warriors are coming off a good win last week against the Broncos at Suncorp Stadium and, with seven rounds to go, two points today will keep them in the hunt for the top four.

Kearney has made one change to his starting line-up, with centre Peta Hiku dropped to the bench, Gerard Beale moving from the wing to the centres, and Ken Maumalo reclaiming the number 5 jersey.

The Storm have Origin stars Billy Slater, Cameron Munster, Felise Kaufusi, Will Chambers and Josh Addo-Carr all returning, after being rested by coach Craig Bellamy for his side’s 14-13 win over Manly last weekend.

Prediction
If the Warriors play to their potential, this should be a cracker, but the away side should be too clinical.

Storm by 7.

Join The Roar for live scores and a blog of the match from 2pm (AEST).

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