Posts Tagged "Melbourne Storm"

Already two rounds have passed in the new season and it’s clear to see just who are the contenders and pretenders for this year’s NRL premiership.

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Match result: The Wests Tigers have recorded another big upset in Round 2 with a win over the Melbourne Storm, and spoiled Billy Slater’s 300th game while they were at it.

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If you’ve been following this series you’ll already be aware which teams have made my all important top five, but now it’s time to place them in order and list arbitrary reasons for doing so!!

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Three grand final rematches from yesteryear, a local Sydney derby and a major milestone for one of the NRL’s greatest players will highlight Round 2 of the NRL.

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How good was that! I knew I’d be happy to have rugby league back regardless of what transpired in Round 1, but that was a truly sensational round of football.

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The Melbourne Storm have proven too professional for a much improved Canterbury Bulldogs side tonight posting a 36-18 win at Optus Stadium, Perth.

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Match result: Despite significant improvement in attack, the Canterbury Bulldogs have fallen to the Melbourne Storm 36-18. In the end, the Dogs did not take their chances and Melbourne made them pay.

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The Bulldogs are under have a new head coach and new board but will that be enough to topple the defending premiers in the opening round?

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The Melbourne Storm will be looking to become the first side since the Brisbane Broncos in 1998 to win back-to-back competitions this year.

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The Storm put together one of the most dominant seasons in recent memory to walk away as champions in 2017.

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Mercifully, another torturous preseason is almost over. And although every team has been training the house down all summer, it’s about this time each year that optimism begins to wane.

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Every year us loyal fans look at the new NRL season, consider the year before, consider the news signings of every club and rank them on where they should end up at the end of the season.

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A couple of week ago, the Melbourne Storm started the official countdown to the 2018 NRL season, playing the World Club Challenge against Leeds Rhinos.

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In 2018, it’s expected just three sides will start Round 1 with a spine they used last season.

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Match results: The North Queensland Cowboys have pinched a win on the fulltime siren over the Melbourne Storm to complete their regular season preparations on a high in the Johnathan Thurston and Cameron Smith testimonial match.

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In the first match of its kind, two greats of the NRL, Cameron Smith and Johnathan Thurston will be honoured in a testimonial match between their respective teams, the Melbourne Storm and North Queensland Cowboys at Suncorp Stadium.

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Melbourne captain Cameron Smith avoided the possibility of missing his own historic testimonial match after dodging a charge for his elbow in Friday’s World Club Challenge.

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This weekend we had the rare pleasure of witnessing three NRL vs Super League matches. Unfortunately, the results seemed to highlight the ever-increasing gap between the NRL and the Super League, with the NRL teams winning all three.

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Brodie Croft has shown there’s life at Melbourne after Cooper Cronk with a stellar performance in the NRL champions’ emphatic World Club Challenge win over Leeds.

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The Melbourne Storm have completed a perfect 12 months, backing up their 2017 NRL minor premiership and premiership, crushing the Leeds Rhinos by 34 points to win the World Club Championship.

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