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Storm Shuffle For Sea Eagles Game

MELBOURNE Storm has made widespread changes, including the return of five-eighth Scott Hill, to the side that will take on Manly this Sunday at Brookvale Oval (2.30pm).

Bring On Night Football Says Kearney

MELBOURNE Storm skipper Stephen Kearney is looking forward to a return to night football in an attempt to overcome a desperate Sharks side this Saturday night at Olympic Park (7.30pm).

Geyer Looking To Preserve Round 1 Win

MELBOURNE winger Matt Geyer is aiming to cement the Storms round one victory over Cronulla by not allowing the Sharks to square the ledger this Saturday at Olympic Park.

Bell Cleared Of Serious Injury

MELBOURNE Storm has finally received some good news on the injury front after centre Steven Bell was cleared of any serious damage to the knee he injured at training last week.

Storm Injury Toll Continues To Rise

MELBOURNE Storms early season injury toll continues to rise with news that centre Steven Bell will miss next weeks match against Newcastle following a knee injury suffered at training yesterday.

Howe Set To Miss 12-15 Weeks

MELBOURNE Storm prop Rodney Howes initial expectations of an early recovery from a knee injury have been dashed with the news that he will miss between 12 and 15 weeks following arthroscopic surgery yesterday.

Storm Reclaim Pride In The Jersey

MELBOURNE centre Steven Bell believes the club has reclaimed pride in the Storm jersey after showing great courage and tenacity to come back from a 22-point deficit against the Sharks in Cronulla yesterday.

Hill & Ross Named For Panthers Clash

MELBOURNE Storm coach Craig Bellamy has named five-eighth Scott Hill and fullback Robbie Ross for the Storms first home game of the year against Penrith this Saturday at Olympic Park (5.30pm).


AN ongoing groin injury will see the Storms leading try scorer Aaron Moule sidelined for this weeks clash against the Tigers but Melbourne will regain the services of dynamic fullback Robbie Ross.

We have more to play for says Kearney

MELBOURNE is looking to consolidate a top eight position on the NRL ladder and Storm second-rower Stephen Kearney believes this weekends clash with Wests Tigers will defy both teams current standings on the table.

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