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LAST weekend the Newcastle Knights staged a magnificent victory against the Melbourne Storm... and it prompted Craig Bellamy to into a tirade...
NEWCASTLE have provided one of the finishes of the season, scoring twice in the final three minutes, to steal a 32-30 victory over Melbourne, in front of 14,904 fans at Hunter Stadium.
THE Melbourne Storm have continued to quietly push toward the finals with a solid but unspectacular 30-8 victory over a shaky Brisbane side at Suncorp Stadium tonight.
MELBOURNE Storm will farewell Sisa Waqa at the end of the season after the winger agreed to terms with Canberra Raiders on a longer term deal.
MELBOURNE Storm has joined forces with the Sunshine Coast Falcons after finalising a feeder team relationship with the Queensland state league outfit for the next three years.
THE Canterbury Bulldogs have scored a 6-4 victory over the Melbourne Storm in front of 13,000 fans at a cold and wet AAMI Park in Melbourne.
MELBOURNE Storm supports the action taken by the NRL today to protect the integrity of rugby league.
THE St. George Illawarra Dragons have reversed the frustration of their loss to the Melbourne Storm earlier this season, overcoming their opposition 24-12 tonight at a freezing WIN Stadium in Wollongong.
WESTS Tigers have today released winger Marika Koroibete immediately to join the Melbourne Storm.
STILL smarting from Wednesday night's Origin disappointment, Melbourne fullback Billy Slater was the star in the Storm's 46-20 demolition of Parramatta at AAMI Park.
MELBOURNE have recorded a tough 24-20 victory against a gallant Gold Coast Titans outfit in front of 6,497 fans at CBUS Super Stadium tonight.
THE Sydney Roosters have secured a comfortable 32-12 win over an understrength Melbourne Storm outfit in front of 16,000 fans at AAMI Park this afternoon.
THE Melbourne Storm have today been issued a breach notice in relation to coach Craig Bellamy failing to attend the Round 9 post-match media conference.
YOUNG Tonumaipea has agreed to terms with Melbourne Storm for a further two years, becoming the second player to re-commit to the Club in consecutive days.
NEW Zealand International Kevin Proctor has agreed to terms with Melbourne Storm for a further four years.