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YOUNG Storm halfback, Luke Kelly, has signed with Parramatta Eels.
THE Wests Tigers have handed the Melbourne Storm only their second defeat of 2012, with a 10-6 victory over the competition leaders in front of 11,274 fans at Aami Park this evening
THE Melbourne Storm have grinded out a typically tough win in Auckland this afternoon, running out 22-12 victors over home side the Warriors in front of a bumper 20,487 Mt Smart Stadium crowd
AAMI Park hosted a top-of-the-table blockbuster which saw the Melbourne Storm do away with their closest competition, defeating the Brisbane Broncos 34-10.
MELBOURNE Storm and Programmed have today announced a new back of jersey partnership until the end of 2014.
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THE Melbourne Storm has continued their unbeaten start to the 2012 Telstra Premiership with a comprehensive 32-14 victory over the New Zealand Warriors in front of 20,033 fans at AAMI Park
THE Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs will break new ground in late June when they take their round 16 Telstra Premiership clash with the Melbourne Storm to Virgin Australia Stadium, Mackay.
THE Melbourne Storm have kept their winning streak alive with a a 12-6 victory over the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs 12-6 at AAMI Park in front of 14,912.
THE Melbourne Storm put on a show for their home fans as the club rocketed to their fifth straight victory at AAMI Park defeating the Newcastle Knights 36-22 in front of 11,369.
THE Melbourne Storm have re-signed champion halfback Cooper Cronk to a four year deal, worth a reported 2.2 million dollars.
THE Melbourne Storm have crafted a late, second-half masterclass to defeat the Gold Coast Titans 30-6 at Skilled Park, in front of 11,254 fans.
SHEA Moylan, Luke Kelly, Mitchell Garbutt and Kenny Bromwich will again line up for Intrust Super Cup affiliate Easts Tigers in their round two clash against Ipswich Jets on the weekend.
THE Melbourne Storm's good record at AAMI Park continued. They ended victors over the South Sydney Rabbitohs 24-10 in front of 15,872 at AAMI Park.
THE twenty previous times the Canberra Raiders had let in two consecutive first tries they went on to lose - nothing changed tonight as the Melbourne Storm managed a late 24-19 victory in the nation's capital.