Melbourne Storm will tomorrow embark on a three-day personal development camp - continuing on a seven-year old tradition established by head coach Craig Bellamy. Selected Storm players will take part in the camp that will have their mettle tested as Melbourne set out to prepare its defence of the NRL premiership in 2010. Veterans Brett Finch and Todd Lowrie will join young gun Chase Stanley and a host of the club Like
Storm maintain tradition by heading to camp
- by Luke Wenitong
- December 16 2009 9:32PM
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