MELBOURNE Storm centre Matt King has capped off a remarkable 2005 by being selected in the final 23-man squad to take on New Zealand and Great Britain in the 2005 Gillette Tri-Nations Series beginning on October 15th.
MELBOURNE Storm young gun Greg Inglis has succumbed to an ankle injury and has been withdrawn from the Junior Kangaroos squad to take on Papua New Guinea and New Zealand A in October.
MELBOURNE Storm front-rowers Robbie Kearns and Alex Chan will under-go a final fitness test on their injured shoulders tomorrow in a last minute attempt to get both players fit enough to face the North Queensland Cowboys in the 1st semi-final at Aussie Stadium.
MELBOURNE Storm players Robbie Kearns and Dennis Scott will be in the Hyperbaric Chamber at Vaucluse Hyperbaric this afternoon in an effort to accelerate the recovery of their shoulder injuries. Both players are hopeful of playing in the semi final clash against the Cowboys on Saturday night.
MELBOURNE Storm coach Craig Bellamy has named a 20-man squad for this weekend's 1ST semi-final clash against the North Queensland Cowboys. The Storm take on the Cowboys at Aussie Stadium in Sydney on Saturday, September 17th at 7:45pm.
THIS Sunday from 12:35pm at Olympic Park, the Australian Schoolboys team clashes with the Junior Kiwis in the first of their two Test series.
MELBOURNE Storm Origin stars Matt King and Cameron Smith have been formally recognised by their respective teams as being amongst their best performers during the 2005 State-of-Origin Series.
MELBOURNE Storm has made its first new signing for the 2006 season with the acquisition of tough Sydney Roosters back-rower Michael Crocker.
MELBOURNE Storm?s Jekyl and Hyde season continued after the Panthers ended their five year drought at Olympic Park with a confidence boosting 28-14 victory.
THE Melbourne sporting landscape will be turned upside down this weekend, with the big rugby league (Melbourne Storm v South Sydney Rabbitohs) and rugby union (Australia v Italy) double taking over the AFL dominated city.