MELBOURNE Storm?s second semi-final against the Bulldogs this Sunday at Aussie Stadium will be broadcast live into Melbourne on Channel 9 starting at 3.30pm.
AFTER resting a number of top-line players for last week?s clash with Manly, Melbourne Storm will welcome back a host of stars for this week?s first semi final against the Broncos at Suncorp Stadium.
MELBOURNE Storm will kick-off its NRL finals campaign against the Brisbane Broncos in Brisbane next Saturday after suffering a narrow 28-30 loss to the Manly Sea Eagles at Brookvale Oval.
THIS Sunday?s final round NRL clash between the Storm and the Sea Eagles will see Melbourne assistant coach Peter Sharp make his first trip to Brookvale Oval since finishing his tenure as Manly head coach at the end of last season.
MELBOURNE Storm coach Craig Bellamy has today named a full-strength side for Sunday?s clash with Manly, despite being faced with the opportunity to rest several key players ahead of next week?s finals.
MELBOURNE halfback Matt Orford admits the Storm will be hard pressed to maintain its recent good form when it meets the Brett Kimmorley-led Sharks at Cronulla on Saturday night.
MELBOURNE Storm has snapped the Bulldogs? ten-game winning streak in emphatic fashion today, running away with a 22-12 win at Olympic Park, the Storm?s first win over the Belmore club in four years.
MELBOURNE stalwarts Stephen Kearney and Rodney Howe will be hoping to farewell Olympic Park on a winning note when the Storm hosts the in-form Bulldogs this Sunday (3pm).
THE National Rugby League has voiced its support for Melbourne Storm as the NRL partnership ruled against expanding the current competition in 2006.
MELBOURNE Storm coach Craig Bellamy is looking for his team to step up a gear as it aims to snap the Bulldogs? ten game winning streak this Sunday at Olympic Park (3pm).