MELBOURNE Storm reaches a major milestone in its short existence this Sunday afternoon when the 1999 premiers host the Brisbane Broncos at Olympic Park (2.30pm) in the team?s 150th National Rugby League game.
MELBOURNE Storm will welcome back its State of Origin stars for this Sunday?s clash with the Brisbane Broncos at Olympic Park but may well be without underrated second-rower Peter Robinson.
AFTER last week?s bruising encounter with the North Queensland Cowboys, Melbourne Storm will lick its wounds this week and attempt to overcome injury as it prepares to take on the Brisbane Broncos at Olympic Park this Sunday.
INTERIM Melbourne Storm five-eighth Matt Geyer believes this week?s match-up against North Queensland at Olympic Park is the perfect chance to overcome a mounting statistic facing the club.
MELBOURNE Storm will welcome back captain Stephen Kearney from a groin injury for Saturday night?s clash with the North Queensland Cowboys at Olympic Park.
MELBOURNE Storm five-eighth Scott Hill faces a longer than expected stint on the sidelines after follow-up tests have revealed that the Test lock has nerve damage in the shoulder he injured three weeks ago.
STORM second-rower Peter Robinson has re-signed with Melbourne today in a deal that will see him remain with the club until the end of the 2005 season.
MELBOURNE Storm captain Stephen Kearney will miss this week?s round 16 showdown with the Canberra Raiders due to a lower abdominal/groin injury.
MELBOURNE Storm rookie Dustin Cooper?s road to first grade has been one littered with obstacles and irregularities.
TWO tries to talented rookie Billy Slater have helped Melbourne Storm to a hard fought 12-8 win over Wests Tigers tonight at Olympic Park.