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The veteran coach said he felt for Potter, whose contract negotiations have been pushed back to the end of the season by the Tigers board. But Bellamy said it wouldn't affect the Storm's preparation for another must-win match. "I can't control how
Promising playmaker Ben Hampton has signed a new two-year deal with Melbourne Storm. The 22-year-old is set to take over the five-eighth jersey on a permanent basis, playing alongside Test halfback Cooper Cronk. He and Ben Roberts have mostly shared
Manly extended its lead to four points atop Australia's National Rugby League table as it achieved a hard-fought 22-12 win over the New Zealand Warriors in the weekend's 20th round while its closest rivals suffered shock losses. Second-placed Penrith
Cameron Smith became the highest point-scoring forward in the NRL but it was Cooper Cronk who shone brightest as Melbourne continued their stranglehold over Brisbane on Friday night. Cronk scored a try and set up three others for the Storm in a top-
Auckland [ change ] Few showers Max 13° Min 8° NRL: Storm hit 7 in a row Charlie Bristow, Newstalk ZB July 26, 2014, 8:01 am The Melbourne Storm has racked up its seventh straight win over the Broncos, trouncing Brisbane 30-8 at Suncorp Stadium.
I've moved on and they've moved on," he said. "We just all need to react the right way to build on last week's win over the Warriors." The Storm's six-game winning streak over the Broncos, as well as a remarkable 18-4 record in the past decade, has
Baptiste will give away plenty of experience to Smith, but is not intimidated by the challenge. "It will be privilege to be on the same field as him,'' Baptiste said. "He's obviously the No.1 hooker [in the NRL], but I won't be taking a backward step.
Melbourne halfback Cooper Cronk says the Storm can still threaten the top sides for the NRL premiership, but they'll need to shake things up in a hurry. The courageous Cronk, who after breaking his arm in the State of Origin opener returned to star
We can't continue on the way we are. "I'm not pointing the finger at any individual or group of players. "This football club from the coach down to the senior players to the rookies, need to apply themselves more than they have been." Premiers in
Proctor scored Melbourne's only try midway through the first half when he combined with halfback Cooper Cronk. While the result wasn't what he was after, the try was a nice touch after his partner Leesa gave birth to their first child, Zara, on