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The Melbourne Storm are an Australian rugby league football club reigning from the city of Melbourne. The Storm have played in the last four NRL (National Rugby League) grand finals, making them one of the league's top teams. The Melbourne Storm club was unveiled at a function in the Hyatt Hotel in February, 1998.

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1 Melbourne colours.svg Melbourne Storm 24 19 0 5 2 563 302 +261 42

Melbourne Storm: 2017 NRL premiership favourites must tighten up ... - Herald Sun

MELBOURNE Storm must get back to being ruthless and not rely on attack to paint over defensive cracks, according to football director Frank Ponissi.

Storm were finally bitten by the fade-out bug on Saturday night, coughing up leads of 18-6 and 36-28 to go down to Gold Coast 38-36 — the highest score ever for a losing side.

“When you know you can do it (score heavily and quickly) and you’ve got that ability to do it, it makes you relax and puts you in a false sense (of security) at times,” Ponissi said.

“We’re just as potent in attack if not more potent in attack this year than we were last year but last year’s team (was) more ruthless in terms of when they had the opposition down they went for the jugular.

“We know what we got to do when we’re all fully focused we’re incredibly dangerous but we just got to be able to do it in games.”

DECISION: Slater weighs up future

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Melbourne Storm 2017: Craig Bellamy threatens to wield the axe ... - Herald Sun

ENFORCER Jordan McLean says the “right attitude” and competition from within will get Melbourne Storm back on the winners’ list.

The Storm suffered their second loss of the season last week, going down to Gold Coast 38-36 despite leads of 18-6 and 36-28 during the game at Brisbane’s Suncorp Stadium.

McLean said the threat of Storm coach Craig Bellamy wielding the axe at selection had resonated with the group.

SQUADS: NRL teams round 11

COSTLY: Storm warning over errors

McLean says Storm players have been left in no doubt. Photo: Adam Head

“Definitely. (Our) heads are on the chopping block (and) you need to perform,” McLean said. “It’s always good to have competition pushing on your tail and hopefully we got a bit better this week.

“You got to start with the attitude and go to the game with the right attitude and we’re constantly working each week on certain things so hopefully we...


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Melbourne Storm could sign Sisa Waqa for rest of NRL season - The Sydney Morning Herald

A visit into the Melbourne Storm change rooms may have restarted Sisa Waqa's NRL career.

The 30-year old Fijian starred with the Storm in 2014 scoring 18 tries before moving to Canberra Raiders and eventually to French rugby union last year.

Sisa Waqa during his first stint with Melbourne Storm Sisa Waqa during his first stint with Melbourne Storm Photo: Daniel Briggs

But Waqa broke his jaw while playing for French club FC Grenoble in December and he and his family decided to move back to Melbourne.

Waqa came to watch the Storm on Anzac Day against New Zealand Warriors and after visiting his old teammates after the match was invited to meet football director Frank Ponissi and coach Craig Bellamy.

The pair offered Waqa a chance to train with the Storm and if he regains his match fitness he could be offered a contract to finish the season with the club.

The Storm need to make a decision on signing him before the June 30 deadline, and...


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Read more: Melbourne Storm could sign Sisa Waqa for rest of NRL season - The Sydney Morning Herald

Melbourne Storm send love to Greg Inglis, could debut promising Kiwi Brandon Smith - The Sydney Morning Herald

Melbourne Storm have their thoughts with a past star and could debut a future one as they prepare to face the South Sydney Rabbitohs on Sunday.

The Storm were hit hard by news former star Greg Inglis has admitted himself to a mental health facility this week following his season-ending knee injury in round one.

Former Melbourne Storm star Greg Inglis is still loved and respected at the club. Former Melbourne Storm star Greg Inglis is still loved and respected at the club.  Photo: Getty Images

Now a member of the Rabbitohs, Inglis is still much loved at the Storm.

Storm coach Craig Bellamy has reached out to the player and Souths coach Michael Maguire.

But while the Storm think of Inglis, they could also hand impressive New Zealand 20-year-old Brandon Smith his debut after elevating him to the extended squad for the Rabbitohs game.

Smith has starred in the Queensland Cup this season and was picked for the extended Kiwis squad for the recent Anzac Test against...


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Read more: Melbourne Storm send love to Greg Inglis, could debut promising Kiwi Brandon Smith - The Sydney...

Melbourne Storm chase Nate Myles: Manly Sea Eagles ... - Fox Sports - Fox Sports

MELBOURNE have targeted veteran Manly prop Nate Myles as an immediate solution to their front-row crisis before reinforcements arrive in the form of Sam Kasiano next season.

Bulldogs big man Kasiano this week told teammates he won’t be at Belmore in 2018, with a lucrative four-year Storm deal now to be signed off after foxsports.com.au first revealed the bid a week ago.

But Craig Bellamy has also sounded out 31-year-old Myles about a mid-season move south for the rest of 2017.

The 229-game veteran is contracted with the Sea Eagles until the end of next season, however foxsports.com.au understands he met with Bellamy recently after the Storm’s dwindling big man stocks were hit once more by Christian Welch’s recent season-ending ACL rupture.

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Melbourne Storm defence returns to hold out South Sydney Rabbitohs - Stuff.co.nz

Warriors-bound forward Tohu Harris takes the ball forward for Melbourne.
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Warriors-bound forward Tohu Harris takes the ball forward for Melbourne.

The Melbourne Storm showed why they're top of the NRL ladder as they withstood a second half South Sydney attacking blitz to hold out for a 14-6 win in Perth on Sunday.

The Rabbitohs had the better of the ball, territory and momentum in the second half but failed to even break the Storm's line as they went scoreless in the second 40.

Instead, it was Melbourne who scored against the run of play through Suliasi Vunivalu with six minutes to play to seal the Storm's ninth victory of the year.

The sun sets over nib Stadium in Perth as the Storm and Rabbitohs do battle.
MATT KING/GETTY IMAGES

The sun sets over nib Stadium in Perth as the Storm and Rabbitohs do battle.

After they went to the break leading 10-6, Melbourne held out 22 play-the-balls in their 20-metre zone in the next half hour at nib Stadium.

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Read more: Melbourne Storm defence returns to hold out South Sydney Rabbitohs - Stuff.co.nz

Jesse Bromwich cocaine interview, exclusive, Cameron Smith ... - Fox Sports

JESSE Bromwich has opened up on the mistake which will cost him a World Cup campaign, and how he broke the news to Melbourne captain Cameron Smith.

Bromwich was busted using cocaine outside a Canberra nightclub just hours after representing New Zealand in the Anzac Test earlier this month.

He will break his silence on the scandal in an exclusive interview with NRL 360 on Monday night.

Watch Bromwich’s EXCLUSIVE interview on NRL 360 from 6.30pm on Fox League tonight.

“Cameron was on the same flight as me from Canberra back to Melbourne. I had to pull him up, pull him to the side and have a quick chat,” Bromwich says when asked how he told his Storm captain of the incident.


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Read more: Jesse Bromwich cocaine interview, exclusive, Cameron Smith ... - Fox Sports

How the Melbourne Storm created a 'one-club' culture that will also ... - Business Insider

The nature of employment is changing. While opinions are mixed about whether or not millennials are job-hopping more frequently than previous generations, one thing is clear: a millennial staying at a job for more than three years is become a rarity — quite like finding a ‘One-Club’ man.

Reading about NRL footballer Cooper Cronk’s recent decision to leave the team where he’s spent his entire career got me thinking about the elusive ‘One-Club’ men and women who spend their entire life playing for a single team — or working with just one organisation.

Having long-serving employees bring many positives – the intense loyalty, the long corporate memory, the deep expertise, the passionate commitment to clients – but it’s never been more challenging for companies to keep people. Three years is almost considered long-service, and with the rise of the ‘gig economy’, and where millennials...


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Read more: How the Melbourne Storm created a 'one-club' culture that will also ... - Business Insider

Melbourne Storm send love to Greg Inglis, could debut promising Kiwi Brandon Smith - The Sydney Morning Herald

Melbourne Storm have their thoughts with a past star and could debut a future one as they prepare to face the South Sydney Rabbitohs on Sunday.

The Storm were hit hard by news former star Greg Inglis has admitted himself to a mental health facility this week following his season-ending knee injury in round one.

Former Melbourne Storm star Greg Inglis is still loved and respected at the club. Former Melbourne Storm star Greg Inglis is still loved and respected at the club.  Photo: Getty Images

Now a member of the Rabbitohs, Inglis is still much loved at the Storm.

Storm coach Craig Bellamy has reached out to the player and Souths coach Michael Maguire.

But while the Storm think of Inglis, they could also hand impressive New Zealand 20-year-old Brandon Smith his debut after elevating him to the extended squad for the Rabbitohs game.

Smith has starred in the Queensland Cup this season and was picked for the extended Kiwis squad for the recent Anzac Test against...


Read full article on NRL GN MelbourneStorm


Read more: Melbourne Storm send love to Greg Inglis, could debut promising Kiwi Brandon Smith - The Sydney...

Melbourne Storm could sign Sisa Waqa for rest of NRL season - The Sydney Morning Herald

A visit into the Melbourne Storm change rooms may have restarted Sisa Waqa's NRL career.

The 30-year old Fijian starred with the Storm in 2014 scoring 18 tries before moving to Canberra Raiders and eventually to French rugby union last year.

Sisa Waqa during his first stint with Melbourne Storm Sisa Waqa during his first stint with Melbourne Storm Photo: Daniel Briggs

But Waqa broke his jaw while playing for French club FC Grenoble in December and he and his family decided to move back to Melbourne.

Waqa came to watch the Storm on Anzac Day against New Zealand Warriors and after visiting his old teammates after the match was invited to meet football director Frank Ponissi and coach Craig Bellamy.

The pair offered Waqa a chance to train with the Storm and if he regains his match fitness he could be offered a contract to finish the season with the club.

The Storm need to make a decision on signing him before the June 30 deadline, and...


Read full article on NRL GN MelbourneStorm


Read more: Melbourne Storm could sign Sisa Waqa for rest of NRL season - The Sydney Morning Herald

Melbourne Storm lock Dale Finucane fears form will cost him any chance of NSW call-up - The Sydney Morning Herald

Melbourne Storm lock Dale Finucane fears his own form could cost him any chance at a NSW call-up for the upcoming State of Origin series.

The Storm sit on top of the NRL ladder but lost to Gold Coast Titans 38-36 at Suncorp Stadium last round.

Dale Finucane wants to make more of a creative impact for the Storm. Doesn't like his chances: Dale Finucane. Photo: Getty Images

But the NSW Country representative doesn't rate himself to make this year's squad when Blues coach Laurie Daley announces it.

Finucane is believed to sit behind several established stars in the pecking order but Storm coach Craig Bellamy has been lobbying for him and prop Jordan McLean to be added to the side.

"I don't think I've been playing my best football recently," Finucane said on Tuesday.

"Obviously, I'd love to play origin. It's something I definitely aspire to do, I'd love to play but I don't think I've been playing my best football recently."

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Read more: Melbourne Storm lock Dale Finucane fears form will cost him any chance of NSW call-up - The...

NRL 2017: Melbourne Storm sound out Manly veteran Nate Myles for mid-season move - Fox Sports

MELBOURNE have targeted veteran Manly prop Nate Myles as an immediate solution to their front-row crisis before reinforcements arrive in the form of Sam Kasiano next season.

Bulldogs big man Kasiano this week told teammates he won’t be at Belmore in 2018, with a lucrative four-year Storm deal now to be signed off after foxsports.com.aufirst revealed the bid a week ago.

But Craig Bellamy has also sounded out 31-year-old Myles about a mid-season move south for the rest of 2017.

The 229-game veteran is contracted with the Sea Eagles until the end of next season, however foxsports.com.au understands he met with Bellamy recently after the Storm’s dwindling big man stocks were hit once more by Christian Welch’s recent season-ending ACL rupture.

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Read full article on NRL GN MelbourneStorm


Read more: NRL 2017: Melbourne Storm sound out Manly veteran Nate Myles for mid-season move - Fox Sports

Jesse Bromwich cocaine interview, exclusive, Cameron Smith, Melbourne Storm, Kiwis - Fox Sports

JESSE Bromwich has opened up on the mistake which will cost him a World Cup campaign, and how he broke the news to Melbourne captain Cameron Smith.

Bromwich was busted using cocaine outside a Canberra nightclub just hours after representing New Zealand in the Anzac Test earlier this month.

He will break his silence on the scandal in an exclusive interview with NRL 360 on Monday night.

Watch Bromwich’s EXCLUSIVE interview on NRL 360 from 6.30pm on Fox League tonight.

“Cameron was on the same flight as me from Canberra back to Melbourne. I had to pull him up, pull him to the side and have a quick chat,” Bromwich says when asked how he told his Storm captain of the incident.

“He was filthy, (he had) every right to be filthy at me. He was disappointed in what I’d done because he’s so against it.

“For me, a leader of the club to do that, I’m meant to be showing the young boys what to do...


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Read more: Jesse Bromwich cocaine interview, exclusive, Cameron Smith, Melbourne Storm, Kiwis - Fox Sports

Melbourne Storm defence returns to hold out South Sydney Rabbitohs - Stuff.co.nz

Warriors-bound forward Tohu Harris takes the ball forward for Melbourne.
MATT KING/GETTY IMAGES

Warriors-bound forward Tohu Harris takes the ball forward for Melbourne.

The Melbourne Storm showed why they're top of the NRL ladder as they withstood a second half South Sydney attacking blitz to hold out for a 14-6 win in Perth on Sunday.

The Rabbitohs had the better of the ball, territory and momentum in the second half but failed to even break the Storm's line as they went scoreless in the second 40.

Instead, it was Melbourne who scored against the run of play through Suliasi Vunivalu with six minutes to play to seal the Storm's ninth victory of the year.

The sun sets over nib Stadium in Perth as the Storm and Rabbitohs do battle.
MATT KING/GETTY IMAGES

The sun sets over nib Stadium in Perth as the Storm and Rabbitohs do battle.

After they went to the break leading 10-6, Melbourne held out 22 play-the-balls in their 20-metre zone in the next half hour at nib Stadium.

READ MORE:
* Mitchell injured in Roosters' victory


Read full article on NRL GN MelbourneStorm


Read more: Melbourne Storm defence returns to hold out South Sydney Rabbitohs - Stuff.co.nz

How the Melbourne Storm created a 'one-club' culture that will also ... - Business Insider

The nature of employment is changing. While opinions are mixed about whether or not millennials are job-hopping more frequently than previous generations, one thing is clear: a millennial staying at a job for more than three years is become a rarity — quite like finding a ‘One-Club’ man.

Reading about NRL footballer Cooper Cronk’s recent decision to leave the team where he’s spent his entire career got me thinking about the elusive ‘One-Club’ men and women who spend their entire life playing for a single team — or working with just one organisation.

Having long-serving employees bring many positives – the intense loyalty, the long corporate memory, the deep expertise, the passionate commitment to clients – but it’s never been more challenging for companies to keep people. Three years is almost considered long-service, and with the rise of the ‘gig economy’, and where millennials...


Read full article on NRL GN MelbourneStorm


Read more: How the Melbourne Storm created a 'one-club' culture that will also ... - Business Insider

Melbourne Storm: 2017 NRL premiership favourites must tighten up ... - Herald Sun

MELBOURNE Storm must get back to being ruthless and not rely on attack to paint over defensive cracks, according to football director Frank Ponissi.

Storm were finally bitten by the fade-out bug on Saturday night, coughing up leads of 18-6 and 36-28 to go down to Gold Coast 38-36 — the highest score ever for a losing side.

“When you know you can do it (score heavily and quickly) and you’ve got that ability to do it, it makes you relax and puts you in a false sense (of security) at times,” Ponissi said.

“We’re just as potent in attack if not more potent in attack this year than we were last year but last year’s team (was) more ruthless in terms of when they had the opposition down they went for the jugular.

“We know what we got to do when we’re all fully focused we’re incredibly dangerous but we just got to be able to do it in games.”

DECISION: Slater weighs up future

Storm players...

Read full article on NRL GN MelbourneStorm


Read more: Melbourne Storm: 2017 NRL premiership favourites must tighten up ... - Herald Sun

Melbourne Storm 2017: Craig Bellamy threatens to wield the axe ... - Herald Sun

ENFORCER Jordan McLean says the “right attitude” and competition from within will get Melbourne Storm back on the winners’ list.

The Storm suffered their second loss of the season last week, going down to Gold Coast 38-36 despite leads of 18-6 and 36-28 during the game at Brisbane’s Suncorp Stadium.

McLean said the threat of Storm coach Craig Bellamy wielding the axe at selection had resonated with the group.

SQUADS: NRL teams round 11

COSTLY: Storm warning over errors

McLean says Storm players have been left in no doubt. Photo: Adam Head

“Definitely. (Our) heads are on the chopping block (and) you need to perform,” McLean said. “It’s always good to have competition pushing on your tail and hopefully we got a bit better this week.

“You got to start with the attitude and go to the game with the right attitude and we’re constantly working each week on certain things so hopefully we...


Read full article on NRL GN MelbourneStorm


Read more: Melbourne Storm 2017: Craig Bellamy threatens to wield the axe ... - Herald Sun

Melbourne Storm send love to Greg Inglis, could debut promising Kiwi Brandon Smith - The Sydney Morning Herald

Melbourne Storm have their thoughts with a past star and could debut a future one as they prepare to face the South Sydney Rabbitohs on Sunday.

The Storm were hit hard by news former star Greg Inglis has admitted himself to a mental health facility this week following his season-ending knee injury in round one.

Former Melbourne Storm star Greg Inglis is still loved and respected at the club. Former Melbourne Storm star Greg Inglis is still loved and respected at the club.  Photo: Getty Images

Now a member of the Rabbitohs, Inglis is still much loved at the Storm.

Storm coach Craig Bellamy has reached out to the player and Souths coach Michael Maguire.

But while the Storm think of Inglis, they could also hand impressive New Zealand 20-year-old Brandon Smith his debut after elevating him to the extended squad for the Rabbitohs game.

Smith has starred in the Queensland Cup this season and was picked for the extended Kiwis squad for the recent Anzac Test against...


Read full article on NRL GN MelbourneStorm


Read more: Melbourne Storm send love to Greg Inglis, could debut promising Kiwi Brandon Smith - The Sydney...

Melbourne Storm could sign Sisa Waqa for rest of NRL season - The Sydney Morning Herald

A visit into the Melbourne Storm change rooms may have restarted Sisa Waqa's NRL career.

The 30-year old Fijian starred with the Storm in 2014 scoring 18 tries before moving to Canberra Raiders and eventually to French rugby union last year.

Sisa Waqa during his first stint with Melbourne Storm Sisa Waqa during his first stint with Melbourne Storm Photo: Daniel Briggs

But Waqa broke his jaw while playing for French club FC Grenoble in December and he and his family decided to move back to Melbourne.

Waqa came to watch the Storm on Anzac Day against New Zealand Warriors and after visiting his old teammates after the match was invited to meet football director Frank Ponissi and coach Craig Bellamy.

The pair offered Waqa a chance to train with the Storm and if he regains his match fitness he could be offered a contract to finish the season with the club.

The Storm need to make a decision on signing him before the June 30 deadline, and...


Read full article on NRL GN MelbourneStorm


Read more: Melbourne Storm could sign Sisa Waqa for rest of NRL season - The Sydney Morning Herald

Melbourne Storm defence returns to hold out South Sydney Rabbitohs - Stuff.co.nz

Warriors-bound forward Tohu Harris takes the ball forward for Melbourne.
MATT KING/GETTY IMAGES

Warriors-bound forward Tohu Harris takes the ball forward for Melbourne.

The Melbourne Storm showed why they're top of the NRL ladder as they withstood a second half South Sydney attacking blitz to hold out for a 14-6 win in Perth on Sunday.

The Rabbitohs had the better of the ball, territory and momentum in the second half but failed to even break the Storm's line as they went scoreless in the second 40.

Instead, it was Melbourne who scored against the run of play through Suliasi Vunivalu with six minutes to play to seal the Storm's ninth victory of the year.

The sun sets over nib Stadium in Perth as the Storm and Rabbitohs do battle.
MATT KING/GETTY IMAGES

The sun sets over nib Stadium in Perth as the Storm and Rabbitohs do battle.

After they went to the break leading 10-6, Melbourne held out 22 play-the-balls in their 20-metre zone in the next half hour at nib Stadium.

READ MORE:
* Mitchell injured in Roosters' victory


Read full article on NRL GN MelbourneStorm


Read more: Melbourne Storm defence returns to hold out South Sydney Rabbitohs - Stuff.co.nz

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NRL Ladder

Pos Team P W D L
1 Melbourne colours.svg Melbourne Storm 24 19 0 5
2 Canberra colours.svg Canberra Raiders 24 17 1 6
3 Cronulla colours.svg Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks (P) 24 17 1 6
4 North Queensland colours.svg North Queensland Cowboys 24 15 0 9
5 Brisbane colours.svg Brisbane Broncos 24 15 0 9
6 Panthers colours.svg Penrith Panthers 24 14 0 10
7 Canterbury colours.svg Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs 24 14 0 10
8 Gold Coast Titans colours.svg Gold Coast Titans 24 11 1 12
9 Wests Tigers colours.svg Wests Tigers 24 11 0 13
10 New Zealand colours.svg New Zealand Warriors 24 10 0 14
11 St. George colours.svg St. George Illawarra Dragons 24 10 0 14
12 South Sydney colours.svg South Sydney Rabbitohs 24 9 0 15
13 Manly Sea Eagles colours.svg Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles 24 8 0 16
14 Parramatta colours.svg Parramatta Eels 24 13 0 11
15 Eastern Suburbs colours.svg Sydney Roosters 24 6 0 18
16 Newcastle colours.svg Newcastle Knights 24 1 1 22
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