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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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US rockers Zac Brown Band meet their biggest fans ...Melbourne Storm - NEWS.com.au

Who’s that with Billy and Nicole Slater? It’s US chart toppers the Zac Brown Band.

IT was rock’n’rugby when Melbourne Storm players met US country blues chart toppers the Zac Brown Band.

Last night Storm players, including Billy Slater, met the million-selling rockers before their Melbourne concert.

The rugby league players blast Brown’s tunes, including Chicken Fried, in their changing rooms after a win.

“If I could pick any band to see live I’d choose them,” Slater said.

“I first heard them around four years ago. I’m a big country music fan, I grew up listening to Alan Jackson and Dwight Yoakam. These guys are country but they’ve got that bluesy modern rhythm. You don’t need to be country fans to enjoy the Zac Brown Band. We’ve got a lot of country boys in our ranks at Storm, and they’ve got a lot of fans in here. Most country boys listen to a little bit of country...


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Melbourne Storm's interest in Kieran Foran cools - NEWS.com.au

NRL: NRL 360's Paul Kent on why Melbourne are going cold on Kieran Foran.

Where will Foran be in 2018?

MELBOURNE Storm is reportedly planning to backflip on its intention to bring Kieran Foran to the club in 2018.

Cooper Cronk is moving from the Victorian capital to Sydney at the end of this season to be with his fiancee, meaning coach Craig Bellamy is on the lookout for someone to fill a position in the halves.

Foran, who joined the New Zealand Warriors this season on a one-year deal, will be highly sought after among clubs looking to boost their playmaking stocks. After missing much of last year with personal issues that led to him walking out on Parramatta, it’s been reported the Kiwi international is looking to come back to Australia next year.

But it’s unlikely he will end up at the Storm. NRL 360 co-host Paul Kent says while coach Craig Bellamy is interested...


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Read more: Melbourne Storm's interest in Kieran Foran cools - NEWS.com.au

Craig Bellamy Melbourne Storm NRL, Alastair Clarkson AFL Hawthorn - Fox Sports

MELBOURNE Storm and Hawthorn Football Club have plenty in common.

Together they have dominated Australia’s two major football codes for the better part of a decade.

Although this has not always led to premierships, their ability to be at the forefront of innovation and competition has created dual legacies that will live on for generations.

And at the helm of these two proud organisations are two fiercely competitive men with unquenchable thirsts for success.

Craig Bellamy began his Storm coaching journey in 2003. Since then, his team has won three premierships, lost three grand finals and made another four semi-finals. A winning record of 67 per cent across 368 matches puts him in elite company.


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Melbourne Storm prop Jordan McLean says decision to leave club one of the toughest he's made - Herald Sun

POWERFUL Melbourne Storm prop Jordan McLean is leaving the club at the end of the season but says that’s no extra motivation for success.

McLean, 25, last month signed a three-year deal to join North Queensland Cowboys in 2018.

“I don’t think about it (next year) too much. Every game I play for Storm is always important for me,” McLean said.

“I wanted to get it done straight away so I could focus on this year and play my best footy.”

Storm are favourites to go one step further than last year and win the NRL premiership after their hot 6-1 start to the season.

The 196cm, 115kg forward said the decision to leave was based purely on being closer to family in North Queensland.

His mother and partner’s family live in the region.

“It’s definitely one of the toughest things I’ve had to do,” the father of two said.

“I love this place and I will always love this place and I love the people...


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Melbourne Storm build forward pack to help prepare for life after big three - Herald Sun

SIGNING Jesse Bromwich on a long-term deal was only the tip of the iceberg for Melbourne Storm.

The bigger problem was building around New Zealand rugby league captain in preparation for life after the “Big Three” at AAMI Park.

Storm has done exactly that over the past six weeks, Felise Kaufusi and Christian Welch the latest to join committed forwards Dale Finucane, Kenny Bromwich and Joe Stimson.

“Our forward pack, I’m not going to lie, is going to be our strength when the three big boys [Cameron Smith, Billy Slater and Cooper Cronk] retire and the more we can hold the better we’re going to be,” Bromwich told the Herald Sun.

“Fusi is having a great season and Welchy is someone I see going to be here for a very long time.

“He works so hard at training and he does the little things really well in the game, that’s very important that we kept these two boys.”

Jesse Bromwich is the...

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Melbourne Storm duo Felise Kaufusi and Christian Welch ready for spotlight in Anzac Day clash - Brisbane Times

For the last few years Christian Welch was in the AAMI Park stands when the Melbourne Storm took on the New Zealand Warriors in their annual Anzac night game.

Last year Felise Kaufusi was cooling his heels too but on Tuesday night both forwards will have crucial roles with Kaufusi now a starting second rower and Welch a pivotal interchange forward.

Storm front: Melbourne's Felise Kaufusi tries to evade a Broncos tackle at AAMI Park in round three. Storm front: Melbourne's Felise Kaufusi tries to evade a Broncos tackle at AAMI Park in round three. Photo: Getty Images

Both players re-signed with the Storm last week with Welch signing for two years and Kaufusi for one year with an option of a second - both had offers to leave but remained in Victoria.

While the Storm forward is excited about his Anzac debut, he's keeping the occasion in perspective.

"It's certainly one of the great games of the calendar year for us Storm guys and it's a privilege for our club to play on Anzac Day,"...


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Melbourne Storm Kiwi Jesse Bromwich discovers emotional ties with Anzac Day - Stuff.co.nz

Melbourne Storm New Zealanders Kenny Bromwich (L) and brother Jesse Bromwich.
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Melbourne Storm New Zealanders Kenny Bromwich (L) and brother Jesse Bromwich.

The annual Anzac Day clash between the Melbourne Storm and Warriors has personal significance for Kiwi captain and Storm leader Jesse Bromwich, whose family was involved in World War II.

For Bromwich, it is a special privilege to be part of the Anzac Day commemorations as well as an opportunity to reflect on his own family history that he didn't discover until later on in life, NRL.com reported.

"My great grandfather, he was in the 24th Maadi Battalion. He went over there and fought for us New Zealanders," Bromwich said.

Jesse Bromwich (left) will spare a thought for his great-grandfathers on Anzac Day.
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Jesse Bromwich (left) will spare a thought for his great-grandfathers on Anzac Day.

The 24th Battalion served in Greece, North Africa and Italy between 1940-1945 in World War 2, with its 3500 members mainly from the Auckland...


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Read more: Melbourne Storm Kiwi Jesse Bromwich discovers emotional ties with Anzac Day - Stuff.co.nz

Kaufusi signs new deal with Melbourne Storm - Bundaberg News Mail

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Felise Kaufusi (right) has been chosen as the 18th man for the Queensland State of Origin team.Felise Kaufusi (right) has been chosen as the 18th man for the Queensland State of Origin team. PAUL MILLER

LEAGUE: Bundaberg's Felise Kaufusi will remain in purple with the Melbourne Storm after signing a new deal with the club.

The 24-year-old has committed to the side until the end of the 2018 season with the option of signing on for 2019.

He has been rewarded for his fantastic start to the season in which he has not missed a minute of action in seven matches.

The former Past Brothers junior has averaged almost 38 tackles a game and almost 85 running metres.

Melbourne Storm football director Frank Ponissi told the official website the club was delighted to keep Kaufusi at the club after interest elsewhere.

Ponissi said the signing of Kaufusi would help the club maintain its forward pack and keep the club with a strong foundation in that area for years to come.

Kaufusi...


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Melbourne Storm players reflect on war and sacrifice ahead of Anzac Day - Brisbane Times

War and sport should always be at opposite ends of the discussion.

In war countries fight for what they deem is right and lives are lost as a result; in sport we play to win and shake hands afterwards.

Anzac captains: Storm teammates Cameron Smith and Jesse Bromwich captain the Kangaroos and the Kiwis respectively Anzac captains: Storm teammates Cameron Smith and Jesse Bromwich captain the Kangaroos and the Kiwis respectively Photo: Getty Images

On Anzac Day, sport and war are paired in honour of those who died in war or were never whole again, but the day is about reflecting on the past and not making the same mistakes again.

The annual NRL game between the Melbourne Storm and the New Zealand Warriors brings into focus those sacrifices, past and present, and the shared losses between Australia and New Zealand.

Scores of Australians and New Zealanders died during World War I and World War II and just as in every other facet of life, footballers both elite and local, were among the lost.

In the...


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Read more: Melbourne Storm players reflect on war and sacrifice ahead of Anzac Day - Brisbane Times

Melbourne Storm admit decision still to be made on Cameron Munster and Ryley Jacks - The Sydney Morning Herald

Melbourne Storm coach Craig Bellamy admits he will have to choose between his two budding five-eighths but he isn't ready to make the call just yet.

Rookie playmaker Ryley Jacks has continued to impress in the No. 6 jumper but star back Cameron Munster is fast regaining full fitness and pressing to take on that role for himself.

Five-eighths battle: Ryley Jacks is facing pressure from Cameron Munster for the Storm No.6 jersey. Five-eighths battle: Ryley Jacks is facing pressure from Cameron Munster for the Storm No.6 jersey. Photo: Getty Images

Munster returned from a fractured jaw last round and is pushing for a starting berth when the Storm take on New Zealand Warriors at AAMI Park on Tuesday night.

But Jacks could continue or come off the bench should the Storm opt to have a back on their interchange.

Back in the mix: Cameron Munster made his return from a broken jaw in the Storm's match against the Sea Eagles last weekend. Back in the mix: Cameron Munster made his return from a broken jaw in the Storm's match against the Sea Eagles last weekend. Photo: Getty Images

"Both of them are in really good...


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Read more: Melbourne Storm admit decision still to be made on Cameron Munster and Ryley Jacks - The Sydney...

Melbourne Storm's interest in Kieran Foran cools - NEWS.com.au

NRL: NRL 360's Paul Kent on why Melbourne are going cold on Kieran Foran.

Where will Foran be in 2018?

MELBOURNE Storm is reportedly planning to backflip on its intention to bring Kieran Foran to the club in 2018.

Cooper Cronk is moving from the Victorian capital to Sydney at the end of this season to be with his fiancee, meaning coach Craig Bellamy is on the lookout for someone to fill a position in the halves.

Foran, who joined the New Zealand Warriors this season on a one-year deal, will be highly sought after among clubs looking to boost their playmaking stocks. After missing much of last year with personal issues that led to him walking out on Parramatta, it’s been reported the Kiwi international is looking to come back to Australia next year.

But it’s unlikely he will end up at the Storm. NRL 360 co-host Paul Kent says while coach Craig Bellamy is interested...


Read full article on NRL GN MelbourneStorm


Read more: Melbourne Storm's interest in Kieran Foran cools - NEWS.com.au

Melbourne Storm coach Craig Bellamy has paid spoken glowingly of Alastair Clarkson - Fox Sports

MELBOURNE Storm and Hawthorn Football Club have plenty in common.

Together they have dominated Australia’s two major football codes for the better part of a decade.

Although this has not always led to premierships, their ability to be at the forefront of innovation and competition has created dual legacies that will live on for generations.

And at the helm of these two proud organisations are two fiercely competitive men with unquenchable thirsts for success.

Craig Bellamy began his Storm coaching journey in 2003. Since then, his team has won three premierships, lost three grand finals and made another four semi-finals. A winning record of 67 per cent across 368 matches puts him in elite company.


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Read more: Melbourne Storm coach Craig Bellamy has paid spoken glowingly of Alastair Clarkson - Fox Sports

US rockers Zac Brown Band meet their biggest fans ...Melbourne Storm - NEWS.com.au

Who’s that with Billy and Nicole Slater? It’s US chart toppers the Zac Brown Band.

IT was rock’n’rugby when Melbourne Storm players met US country blues chart toppers the Zac Brown Band.

Last night Storm players, including Billy Slater, met the million-selling rockers before their Melbourne concert.

The rugby league players blast Brown’s tunes, including Chicken Fried, in their changing rooms after a win.

“If I could pick any band to see live I’d choose them,” Slater said.

“I first heard them around four years ago. I’m a big country music fan, I grew up listening to Alan Jackson and Dwight Yoakam. These guys are country but they’ve got that bluesy modern rhythm. You don’t need to be country fans to enjoy the Zac Brown Band. We’ve got a lot of country boys in our ranks at Storm, and they’ve got a lot of fans in here. Most country boys listen to a little bit of country...


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Jordan McLean prepares for his last Anzac game with Melbourne Storm - Brisbane Times

 When the lights go down at AAMI Park on Anzac Day night, Jordan McLean will put his arms around his teammates and feel the goose bumps arise as the Last Post is played.

In the moment of silence, before facing off against New Zealand Warriors, it might hit the 196-centimetre prop it's his last Anzac game with the Storm and his time at the club is fast coming to an end.

Moving on: Jordan McLean wants to make the most of his final year with the Storm. Moving on: Jordan McLean wants to make the most of his final year with the Storm.  Photo: Getty Images

Whether this season ends in the glory of an NRL premiership or not McLean will join the North Queensland Cowboys next season where he has signed a multi-year deal, reportedly worth $500,000 a season.

He will be soaking up the atmosphere come Tuesday night then looking to put his stamp on a game which traditionally is among the most physically demanding of the season.

"The blackout before the game is very special and...


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Read more: Jordan McLean prepares for his last Anzac game with Melbourne Storm - Brisbane Times

Melbourne Storm duo Felise Kaufusi and Christian Welch ready for spotlight in Anzac Day clash - Brisbane Times

For the last few years Christian Welch was in the AAMI Park stands when the Melbourne Storm took on the New Zealand Warriors in their annual Anzac night game.

Last year Felise Kaufusi was cooling his heels too but on Tuesday night both forwards will have crucial roles with Kaufusi now a starting second rower and Welch a pivotal interchange forward.

Storm front: Melbourne's Felise Kaufusi tries to evade a Broncos tackle at AAMI Park in round three. Storm front: Melbourne's Felise Kaufusi tries to evade a Broncos tackle at AAMI Park in round three. Photo: Getty Images

Both players re-signed with the Storm last week with Welch signing for two years and Kaufusi for one year with an option of a second - both had offers to leave but remained in Victoria.

While the Storm forward is excited about his Anzac debut, he's keeping the occasion in perspective.

"It's certainly one of the great games of the calendar year for us Storm guys and it's a privilege for our club to play on Anzac Day,"...


Read full article on NRL GN MelbourneStorm


Read more: Melbourne Storm duo Felise Kaufusi and Christian Welch ready for spotlight in Anzac Day clash -...

Melbourne Storm Kiwi Jesse Bromwich discovers emotional ties with Anzac Day - Stuff.co.nz

Melbourne Storm New Zealanders Kenny Bromwich (L) and brother Jesse Bromwich.
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Melbourne Storm New Zealanders Kenny Bromwich (L) and brother Jesse Bromwich.

The annual Anzac Day clash between the Melbourne Storm and Warriors has personal significance for Kiwi captain and Storm leader Jesse Bromwich, whose family was involved in World War II.

For Bromwich, it is a special privilege to be part of the Anzac Day commemorations as well as an opportunity to reflect on his own family history that he didn't discover until later on in life, NRL.com reported.

"My great grandfather, he was in the 24th Maadi Battalion. He went over there and fought for us New Zealanders," Bromwich said.

Jesse Bromwich (left) will spare a thought for his great-grandfathers on Anzac Day.
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Jesse Bromwich (left) will spare a thought for his great-grandfathers on Anzac Day.

The 24th Battalion served in Greece, North Africa and Italy between 1940-1945 in World War 2, with its 3500 members mainly from the Auckland...


Read full article on NRL GN MelbourneStorm


Read more: Melbourne Storm Kiwi Jesse Bromwich discovers emotional ties with Anzac Day - Stuff.co.nz

Melbourne Storm players reflect on war and sacrifice ahead of Anzac Day - Brisbane Times

War and sport should always be at opposite ends of the discussion.

In war countries fight for what they deem is right and lives are lost as a result; in sport we play to win and shake hands afterwards.

Anzac captains: Storm teammates Cameron Smith and Jesse Bromwich captain the Kangaroos and the Kiwis respectively Anzac captains: Storm teammates Cameron Smith and Jesse Bromwich captain the Kangaroos and the Kiwis respectively Photo: Getty Images

On Anzac Day, sport and war are paired in honour of those who died in war or were never whole again, but the day is about reflecting on the past and not making the same mistakes again.

The annual NRL game between the Melbourne Storm and the New Zealand Warriors brings into focus those sacrifices, past and present, and the shared losses between Australia and New Zealand.

Scores of Australians and New Zealanders died during World War I and World War II and just as in every other facet of life, footballers both elite and local, were among the lost.

In the...


Read full article on NRL GN MelbourneStorm


Read more: Melbourne Storm players reflect on war and sacrifice ahead of Anzac Day - Brisbane Times

Melbourne Storm appear as early favourites to sign Kieran Foran - Stuff.co.nz

Kieran Foran has been in fine form for the Warriors.
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Kieran Foran has been in fine form for the Warriors.

When Kieran Foran signed with the Warriors after leaving the Parramatta Eels for personal reasons, many wondered what they'd get from him on the pitch.

It's taken all of two games with the Warriors for the 26-year-old to show he's near the top of his game, and now he's being linked with a move back across the ditch next season.

Foran has been linked to a number of teams including the Wests Tigers and Canterbury Bulldogs - the latter being led by his former coach at Manly, Des Hasler.

Melbourne Storm halfback Cooper Cronk announced he would be leaving the club at the end of the season.
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Melbourne Storm halfback Cooper Cronk announced he would be leaving the club at the end of the season.

However, The Daily Telegraph reported the Melbourne Storm had emerged as the early favourites to snare the Kiwi half.

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Melbourne Storm defence not up to scatch - Mackay Daily Mercury

A PLANNED evacuation of AAMI Park on Wednesday would only have given Melbourne Storm coach Craig Bellamy more time to plot a punishing week on the paddock.

Bellamy was furious after Storm escaped from Brookvale Oval last Saturday with a 30-26 win over Manly Sea Eagles after leading 30-12.

Fresh after three days off to prepare for the Anzac Day blockbuster against Auckland Warriors, versatile Storm playmaker Cameron Munster said the focus had to be on defence after simple errors gifted the Eagles three unanswered tries.

It is the second time in 11 games an NRL rival has scored 26 points on Storm.

"We have to try and find a balance in our defence and attack, and try and bring it into the whole 80 minutes of the game," Munster said.

"(Our defence) wasn't up to scratch for us and we know we need to improve playing against the Warriors."

Munster said attack was front of mind going into...


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Read more: Melbourne Storm defence not up to scatch - Mackay Daily Mercury

Melbourne Storm's interest in Kieran Foran cools - NEWS.com.au

NRL: NRL 360's Paul Kent on why Melbourne are going cold on Kieran Foran.

Where will Foran be in 2018?

MELBOURNE Storm is reportedly planning to backflip on its intention to bring Kieran Foran to the club in 2018.

Cooper Cronk is moving from the Victorian capital to Sydney at the end of this season to be with his fiancee, meaning coach Craig Bellamy is on the lookout for someone to fill a position in the halves.

Foran, who joined the New Zealand Warriors this season on a one-year deal, will be highly sought after among clubs looking to boost their playmaking stocks. After missing much of last year with personal issues that led to him walking out on Parramatta, it’s been reported the Kiwi international is looking to come back to Australia next year.

But it’s unlikely he will end up at the Storm. NRL 360 co-host Paul Kent says while coach Craig Bellamy is interested...


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Round 8
Home Score Away When Venue Crowd
Canterbury colours.svg Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs 14 - 38 Wests Tigers colours.svg Wests Tigers 24 April 2015, 7:45pm ANZ Stadium (Nine Network) 18,521
New Zealand colours.svg New Zealand Warriors 28 - 32 Gold Coast Titans colours.svg Gold Coast Titans 25 April 2015, 2:00pm Mt Smart Stadium (Fox Sports) 15,102
Newcastle colours.svg Newcastle Knights 24 - 26 North Queensland colours.svg North Queensland Cowboys 25 April 2015, 2:00pm Hunter Stadium (Fox Sports) 15,518
Eastern Suburbs colours.svg Sydney Roosters 12 - 14 St. George colours.svg St. George Illawarra Dragons 25 April 2015, 4:00pm Allianz Stadium (Nine Network) 35,110
Melbourne colours.svg Melbourne Storm 10 - 12 Manly Sea Eagles colours.svg Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles 25 April 2015, 6:00pm AAMI Park (Fox Sports) 13,948
Brisbane colours.svg Brisbane Broncos 28 - 16 Parramatta colours.svg Parramatta Eels 25 April 2015, 8:00pm Suncorp Stadium (Fox Sports) 34,398
Panthers colours.svg Penrith Panthers 26 - 18 Cronulla colours.svg Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks 26 April 2015, 2:00pm Pepper Stadium (Fox Sports) 12,798
South Sydney colours.svg South Sydney Rabbitohs 22 - 30 Canberra colours.svg Canberra Raiders 26 April 2015, 4:00pm Barlow Park (Nine Network) 8,713

 

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7 Canterbury colours.svg Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs 24 14 0 10
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13 Manly Sea Eagles colours.svg Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles 24 8 0 16
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