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THE Melbourne Storm returned to their methodical and gritty game play in 2012 to produce one of the best rounded seasons in the clubs history.
NRL Premiers Melbourne Storm will play English Super League Premiers Leeds Rhinos in the World Club Challenge on Friday 22 February 2013 at Headingley Carnegie Stadium.
FAST forward to 2012 and the Storm are back in the winner
AFTER last week becoming the first player since 2006 to captain his club, country and state to ultimate glory, Melbourne Storm captain Cameron Smith has taken out the club
AND so it comes to this. 1 v 2 on the ladder. The two best teams all year. Read on for Paul's preview of the decider - and his tips for man of the match and the Clive Churchill medal. Includes tips from our live update team.
MELBOURNE Storm has today announced Wests Tigers forward Junior Moors and former Broncos forward Lagi Setu have both agreed to terms for the 2013 season.
TWO Australian icons have joined forces with Melbourne Storm and Modern Baking today announcing legendary Unibic Anzac Biscuit as Melbourne Storm
CROWN and Melbourne Storm have today announced the extension of their sponsorship agreement for a further 12 month period.
MELBOURNE Storm has signed powerful ball running centre, Junior Sa
THREE Melbourne Storm players have been selected in the Easts Tigers side ahead of their Round 18 QRL Intrust Super Cup clash against the Norths Devils at Bishop Park this Sunday.
THE Canberra Raiders have pulled off an upset over the Melbourne Storm with a 40-12 victory at AAMI Park with 12,214 in attendance.
MELBOURNE Storm continues to retain an impressive playing list, with hardworking forward Bryan Norrie and young gun Ben Hampton the latest players to commit to the club.
MELBOURNE Storm has signed powerful Newcastle Knights front rower Lisiate (Richie) Fa
THE Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs have roared into serious contention for the 2012 Telstra Premiership today with a clinical and brave 20-4 victory over competition leaders the Melbourne Storm in front of 11,876 fans at Virgin Australia Stadium, Mackay.
MELBOURNE Storm has secured three key signatures by retaining back rower Ryan Hinchcliffe and props Jason Ryles and Siosaia Vave.