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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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Craig Bellamy calls for 'all hands on deck' as Melbourne Storm lose Origin stars - The Sydney Morning Herald

Melbourne Storm coach Craig Bellamy says his side will need all hands on deck when they lose their State of Origin stars for the clash with Parramatta Eels on Saturday night.

The full-strength Storm showed why they are on top of the ladder with a 42-12 win over Brisbane Broncos at Suncorp Stadium on Friday night, but they likely will lose six players from that side to Queensland duties.

Adding to those omissions are injury concerns for forwards Jesse Bromwich and Tohu Harris who sat out the end of Friday's game.

Bellamy said Bromwich had a back problem while the television broadcast claimed he took a knee to his calf.

Harris took a knock and sidelined for the last 15 minutes.

The Storm have also lost impressive hooker Brandon Smith, who damaged the scaphoid bone in his wrist last week and had surgery on Friday, which may leave him out for eight to 10 weeks.

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Cameron Munster stars as Melbourne Storm score eight tries in win over Brisbane Broncos - The Sydney Morning Herald

Melbourne Storm star Cameron Munster proved he is ready for his State of Origin debut and Curtis Scott showed he is one for the future in a thumping win on Friday night.

The Storm marched into Suncorp Stadium and left with a 42-12 win over the Brisbane Broncos as Munster turned on a man of the match display and Scott made the most of a start in the centres, scoring two tries and setting up another.

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Melbourne Storm sign Sam Kasiano, extend Nelson Asofa ... - Stuff.co.nz

Sam Kasiano will join Melbourne on a three-year deal beginning from the start of next season.
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Sam Kasiano will join Melbourne on a three-year deal beginning from the start of next season.

Melbourne have locked in key components in their NRL forward pack for the coming years, re-signing Nelson Asofa-Solomona and confirming the arrival of Sam Kasiano.

Kasiano, who has long been linked with a move to the Storm from Canterbury, will join the club on a three-year deal beginning from the start of next season.

The 26-year-old former Kiwi international will be aiming to revitalise his game under Craig Bellamy's intense set up, which has also acquired veteran Queensland forward Nate Myles in recent weeks.

Fellow Kiwi Asofa-Solomona has signed a two-year extension that will keep him with Melbourne until the end of 2019.
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Fellow Kiwi Asofa-Solomona has signed a two-year extension that will keep him with Melbourne until the end of 2019.

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Nate Myles named for Melbourne Storm debut against Parramatta Eels - The Sydney Morning Herald

Veteran prop Nate Myles is set to make his Melbourne Storm debut after being named on the bench to face Parramatta Eels at AAMI Park on Saturday night.

The 230-game former Queensland forward made a mid-season move to Melbourne from Manly and has been recovering from a dislocated elbow.

Southern shift: Queensland star Nate Myles made a mid-season move to the Storm. Southern shift: Queensland star Nate Myles made a mid-season move to the Storm. Photo: Getty Images

But a strong showing in the Queensland Cup last weekend plus the loss of six Storm players to Queensland's State of Origin side has led to Myles being added to the Storm's starting 17 this round.

The Storm won't confirm their final side until game day but Myles' leadership and experience is seen as an asset with captain Cameron Smith, Cooper Cronk, Billy Slater, Tim Glasby, Will Chambers and Cameron Munster all missing the game due to State of Origin preparations.

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Curtis Scott takes advice from Cooper Cronk, thrives in Melbourne Storm return - The Sydney Morning Herald

Melbourne Storm centre Curtis Scott spent the first 15 rounds playing in the Queensland Cup and waiting for his opportunity to return to the first grade side.

For a 19-year-old Australian junior international this is not an easy task and it was made tougher by Scott making an impressive debut in the early rounds last year before breaking his leg and not returning to the side.

Joy: Curtis Scott is congratulated by teammates after scoring against the Cowboys. Joy: Curtis Scott is congratulated by teammates after scoring against the Cowboys. Photo: Getty Images

This year the frustration was never allowed to set in, partly because Scott is strong-willed and determined, but also because of the mentoring of Storm halfback Cooper Cronk.

The 33-year-old playmaker is in his last year with the Storm and he will leave a legacy of on-field achievements but whenever he thought Scott needed a calm word, Cronk was there.

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Craig Bellamy tells Melbourne Storm youngsters to focus on roles in Parramatta Eels clash - The Sydney Morning Herald

Melbourne Storm coach Craig Bellamy won't place extra pressure on his highly touted young backs as they face Parramatta Eels at AAMI Park on Saturday night.

With six State of Origin stars away at Queensland camp, half-back Brodie Croft, full-back Jahrome Hughes, five-eighth Ryley Jacks and centre Curtis Scott will all fill key positions despite all having 10 games or less experience.

Doing their job: Brodie Croft is among the Storm young guns Craig Bellamy just wants to play their role against Parramatta. Doing their job: Brodie Croft is among the Storm young guns Craig Bellamy just wants to play their role against Parramatta. Photo: Getty Images

The Storm's understudies captured the imagination of supporters with their fearless play during the Origin period, especially Croft who will push to take over from star No. 7 Cooper Cronk when he leaves at the end of the season.

Croft kicked the game-winning field goal against North Queensland Cowboys while Scott has scored four tries in three games since...


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Melbourne Storm coach Craig Bellamy says Parramatta Eels got ... - The Sydney Morning Herald

Melbourne Storm coach Craig Bellamy has claimed the Parramatta Eels are getting away with even more "slowing" tactics than his side.

The Storm coach was unimpressed with the defensive tactics of the Eels in the second half of his side's 22-6 loss at AAMI Park on Saturday night.

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Cameron Munster stars as Melbourne Storm score eight tries in win over Brisbane Broncos - The Sydney Morning Herald

Melbourne Storm star Cameron Munster proved he is ready for his State of Origin debut and Curtis Scott showed he is one for the future in a thumping win on Friday night.

The Storm marched into Suncorp Stadium and left with a 42-12 win over the Brisbane Broncos as Munster turned on a man of the match display and Scott made the most of a start in the centres, scoring two tries and setting up another.

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Nate Myles named for Melbourne Storm debut against Parramatta Eels - The Sydney Morning Herald

Veteran prop Nate Myles is set to make his Melbourne Storm debut after being named on the bench to face Parramatta Eels at AAMI Park on Saturday night.

The 230-game former Queensland forward made a mid-season move to Melbourne from Manly and has been recovering from a dislocated elbow.

Southern shift: Queensland star Nate Myles made a mid-season move to the Storm. Southern shift: Queensland star Nate Myles made a mid-season move to the Storm. Photo: Getty Images

But a strong showing in the Queensland Cup last weekend plus the loss of six Storm players to Queensland's State of Origin side has led to Myles being added to the Storm's starting 17 this round.

The Storm won't confirm their final side until game day but Myles' leadership and experience is seen as an asset with captain Cameron Smith, Cooper Cronk, Billy Slater, Tim Glasby, Will Chambers and Cameron Munster all missing the game due to State of Origin preparations.

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Craig Bellamy calls for 'all hands on deck' as Melbourne Storm lose Origin stars - The Sydney Morning Herald

Melbourne Storm coach Craig Bellamy says his side will need all hands on deck when they lose their State of Origin stars for the clash with Parramatta Eels on Saturday night.

The full-strength Storm showed why they are on top of the ladder with a 42-12 win over Brisbane Broncos at Suncorp Stadium on Friday night, but they likely will lose six players from that side to Queensland duties.

Adding to those omissions are injury concerns for forwards Jesse Bromwich and Tohu Harris who sat out the end of Friday's game.

Bellamy said Bromwich had a back problem while the television broadcast claimed he took a knee to his calf.

Harris took a knock and sidelined for the last 15 minutes.

The Storm have also lost impressive hooker Brandon Smith, who damaged the scaphoid bone in his wrist last week and had surgery on Friday, which may leave him out for eight to 10 weeks.

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Curtis Scott takes advice from Cooper Cronk, thrives in Melbourne Storm return - The Sydney Morning Herald

Melbourne Storm centre Curtis Scott spent the first 15 rounds playing in the Queensland Cup and waiting for his opportunity to return to the first grade side.

For a 19-year-old Australian junior international this is not an easy task and it was made tougher by Scott making an impressive debut in the early rounds last year before breaking his leg and not returning to the side.

Joy: Curtis Scott is congratulated by teammates after scoring against the Cowboys. Joy: Curtis Scott is congratulated by teammates after scoring against the Cowboys. Photo: Getty Images

This year the frustration was never allowed to set in, partly because Scott is strong-willed and determined, but also because of the mentoring of Storm halfback Cooper Cronk.

The 33-year-old playmaker is in his last year with the Storm and he will leave a legacy of on-field achievements but whenever he thought Scott needed a calm word, Cronk was there.

"It as a tough bullet to bite," Scott said about his time...


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Melbourne Storm sign Sam Kasiano, extend Nelson Asofa ... - Stuff.co.nz

Sam Kasiano will join Melbourne on a three-year deal beginning from the start of next season.
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Sam Kasiano will join Melbourne on a three-year deal beginning from the start of next season.

Melbourne have locked in key components in their NRL forward pack for the coming years, re-signing Nelson Asofa-Solomona and confirming the arrival of Sam Kasiano.

Kasiano, who has long been linked with a move to the Storm from Canterbury, will join the club on a three-year deal beginning from the start of next season.

The 26-year-old former Kiwi international will be aiming to revitalise his game under Craig Bellamy's intense set up, which has also acquired veteran Queensland forward Nate Myles in recent weeks.

Fellow Kiwi Asofa-Solomona has signed a two-year extension that will keep him with Melbourne until the end of 2019.
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Fellow Kiwi Asofa-Solomona has signed a two-year extension that will keep him with Melbourne until the end of 2019.

"We are very happy with how our pack has developed in recent seasons and signing a player of Sam's quality will only help us continue...


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Craig Bellamy tells Melbourne Storm youngsters to focus on roles in Parramatta Eels clash - The Sydney Morning Herald

Melbourne Storm coach Craig Bellamy won't place extra pressure on his highly touted young backs as they face Parramatta Eels at AAMI Park on Saturday night.

With six State of Origin stars away at Queensland camp, half-back Brodie Croft, full-back Jahrome Hughes, five-eighth Ryley Jacks and centre Curtis Scott will all fill key positions despite all having 10 games or less experience.

Doing their job: Brodie Croft is among the Storm young guns Craig Bellamy just wants to play their role against Parramatta. Doing their job: Brodie Croft is among the Storm young guns Craig Bellamy just wants to play their role against Parramatta. Photo: Getty Images

The Storm's understudies captured the imagination of supporters with their fearless play during the Origin period, especially Croft who will push to take over from star No. 7 Cooper Cronk when he leaves at the end of the season.

Croft kicked the game-winning field goal against North Queensland Cowboys while Scott has scored four tries in three games since...


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Melbourne Storm coach Craig Bellamy says Parramatta Eels got ... - The Sydney Morning Herald

Melbourne Storm coach Craig Bellamy has claimed the Parramatta Eels are getting away with even more "slowing" tactics than his side.

The Storm coach was unimpressed with the defensive tactics of the Eels in the second half of his side's 22-6 loss at AAMI Park on Saturday night.

Tim Simona handed good behaviour bond for fraud

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Cameron Munster stars as Melbourne Storm score eight tries in win over Brisbane Broncos - The Sydney Morning Herald

Melbourne Storm star Cameron Munster proved he is ready for his State of Origin debut and Curtis Scott showed he is one for the future in a thumping win on Friday night.

The Storm marched into Suncorp Stadium and left with a 42-12 win over the Brisbane Broncos as Munster turned on a man of the match display and Scott made the most of a start in the centres, scoring two tries and setting up another.

Tim Simona handed good behaviour bond for fraud

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Melbourne Storm sign Sam Kasiano, extend Nelson Asofa ... - Stuff.co.nz

Sam Kasiano will join Melbourne on a three-year deal beginning from the start of next season.
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Sam Kasiano will join Melbourne on a three-year deal beginning from the start of next season.

Melbourne have locked in key components in their NRL forward pack for the coming years, re-signing Nelson Asofa-Solomona and confirming the arrival of Sam Kasiano.

Kasiano, who has long been linked with a move to the Storm from Canterbury, will join the club on a three-year deal beginning from the start of next season.

The 26-year-old former Kiwi international will be aiming to revitalise his game under Craig Bellamy's intense set up, which has also acquired veteran Queensland forward Nate Myles in recent weeks.

Fellow Kiwi Asofa-Solomona has signed a two-year extension that will keep him with Melbourne until the end of 2019.
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Fellow Kiwi Asofa-Solomona has signed a two-year extension that will keep him with Melbourne until the end of 2019.

"We are very happy with how our pack has developed in recent seasons and signing a player of Sam's quality will only help us continue...


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Read more: Melbourne Storm sign Sam Kasiano, extend Nelson Asofa ... - Stuff.co.nz
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Craig Bellamy calls for 'all hands on deck' as Melbourne Storm lose Origin stars - The Sydney Morning Herald

Melbourne Storm coach Craig Bellamy says his side will need all hands on deck when they lose their State of Origin stars for the clash with Parramatta Eels on Saturday night.

The full-strength Storm showed why they are on top of the ladder with a 42-12 win over Brisbane Broncos at Suncorp Stadium on Friday night, but they likely will lose six players from that side to Queensland duties.

Adding to those omissions are injury concerns for forwards Jesse Bromwich and Tohu Harris who sat out the end of Friday's game.

Bellamy said Bromwich had a back problem while the television broadcast claimed he took a knee to his calf.

Harris took a knock and sidelined for the last 15 minutes.

The Storm have also lost impressive hooker Brandon Smith, who damaged the scaphoid bone in his wrist last week and had surgery on Friday, which may leave him out for eight to 10 weeks.

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Curtis Scott takes advice from Cooper Cronk, thrives in Melbourne Storm return - The Sydney Morning Herald

Melbourne Storm centre Curtis Scott spent the first 15 rounds playing in the Queensland Cup and waiting for his opportunity to return to the first grade side.

For a 19-year-old Australian junior international this is not an easy task and it was made tougher by Scott making an impressive debut in the early rounds last year before breaking his leg and not returning to the side.

Joy: Curtis Scott is congratulated by teammates after scoring against the Cowboys. Joy: Curtis Scott is congratulated by teammates after scoring against the Cowboys. Photo: Getty Images

This year the frustration was never allowed to set in, partly because Scott is strong-willed and determined, but also because of the mentoring of Storm halfback Cooper Cronk.

The 33-year-old playmaker is in his last year with the Storm and he will leave a legacy of on-field achievements but whenever he thought Scott needed a calm word, Cronk was there.

"It as a tough bullet to bite," Scott said about his time...


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Craig Bellamy tells Melbourne Storm youngsters to focus on roles in Parramatta Eels clash - The Sydney Morning Herald

Melbourne Storm coach Craig Bellamy won't place extra pressure on his highly touted young backs as they face Parramatta Eels at AAMI Park on Saturday night.

With six State of Origin stars away at Queensland camp, half-back Brodie Croft, full-back Jahrome Hughes, five-eighth Ryley Jacks and centre Curtis Scott will all fill key positions despite all having 10 games or less experience.

Doing their job: Brodie Croft is among the Storm young guns Craig Bellamy just wants to play their role against Parramatta. Doing their job: Brodie Croft is among the Storm young guns Craig Bellamy just wants to play their role against Parramatta. Photo: Getty Images

The Storm's understudies captured the imagination of supporters with their fearless play during the Origin period, especially Croft who will push to take over from star No. 7 Cooper Cronk when he leaves at the end of the season.

Croft kicked the game-winning field goal against North Queensland Cowboys while Scott has scored four tries in three games since...


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Melbourne Storm coach Craig Bellamy says Parramatta Eels got ... - The Sydney Morning Herald

Melbourne Storm coach Craig Bellamy has claimed the Parramatta Eels are getting away with even more "slowing" tactics than his side.

The Storm coach was unimpressed with the defensive tactics of the Eels in the second half of his side's 22-6 loss at AAMI Park on Saturday night.

Tim Simona handed good behaviour bond for fraud

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