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League: Harris goes from penthouse to a flat

league: harris goes from penthouse to a flat
Tohu Harris has no regrets about his shift to the Warriors, even though it carries a fair degree of risk.Harris is leaving NRL premiers the Melbourne Storm, recognised as one of the most professional..
New Zealand Herald

Cameron Smith, Cooper Cronk and Billy Slater to miss World Cup warm-up clash against Fiji and Papua New Guinea

Mal Meninga will rest five players in Saturday's World Cup warm-up, including his "big three" from the Melbourne Storm.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

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News video: Flash flooding plagues Melbourne

Flash flooding plagues Melbourne 00:37

Dec 29, 2016; 8:00 AM ET Cars were forced to navigate floodwaters after heavy rainfall hit Melbourne, Australia, On December 29.
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News video: Cronulla claim first Premiership

Cronulla claim first Premiership 01:00

Cronulla hold off a last-minute attack from the Melbourne Storm to seal their first-ever NRL Premiership.
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News video: Chambers cuts through Sharks

Chambers cuts through Sharks 00:41

Will Chambers gives Melbourne the lead in the NRL Grand Final after finishing off a brilliant team move. The try put the Storm 10-8 up in the match with Cronulla, although the Sharks went on to win..
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News video: Chambers cited for foul on Feki

Chambers cited for foul on Feki 00:42

Melbourne winger Will Chambers is placed on report after a lifting tackle on Cronulla’s Sosaia Feki. The Sharks winger was forced from the field with a leg injury and had to undergo treatment in the..
Source: Rugby League (IMG) -

News video: Blair scores for Storm

Blair scores for Storm 00:52

Cheyse Blair scored the match-winner for Melbourne Storm in their game against the Canberra Raiders. It was a narrow victory, with the final score standing at 14-12.
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NRL grand final 2017: Footage reveals the real reason the Melbourne Storm are premiers

This is the footage that shows the Storm were never going to lose the 2017 NRL grand final.
The Age

Melbourne Storm's Felise Kaufusi proud to be a Kangaroo, rules out Tonga switch

Kangaroo Felise Kaufusi has ruled out jumping the World Cup ship to Tonga as Andrew Fifita and Jason Taumalolo have already done.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

Veteran Billy Slater to play on for Melbourne Storm in 2018

Veteran Melbourne NRL fullback Billy Slater has confirmed he will play on in 2018.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

Canberra Raiders appoint Brett White as NRL assistant coach to replace Dean Pay

Former Melbourne Storm prop Brett White will join Ricky Stuart's coaching staff to replace Dean Pay.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

NRL grand final: Even without big three Melbourne Storm can be force for years

The Storm five-eighth is adamant the future is very bright for the grand final winners.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

NRL grand final 2017: Melbourne Storm stars reduced to tears in pre-match jersey presentations

Emotional Storm premiership heroes broke down in tears when teammates were asked to present them with their jerseys on match eve, lighting the fire for one of the most ruthless grand final displays in..
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

Melbourne Storm winger Josh Addo-Carr in tears pregame before two-try performance

The tears were streaming down Josh Addo-Carr's face before the grand final had even begun.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

Fourth time a charm as Dale Finucane tastes premiership glory with Melbourne Storm

Dale Finucane knew he was fortunate to have played in four grand finals but was relieved to play in his first premiership win.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

Melbourne Storm succession plan could see Cameron Smith play 400 NRL games

The Melbourne Storm have hatched a succession plan to ensure the legacy of the 'big three' doesn't diminish in their absence, highlighting their desire for Cameron Smith to play until the end of 2019.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

NRL grand final 2017: Melbourne Storm halfback Cooper Cronk denies premiership makes retirement decision easier

Cooper Cronk says the Storm's ruthless grand final triumph won't have a bearing on whether he plays on next year after making an emotional tribute to the only NRL club he has ever known.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

Melbourne Storm star Billy Slater says he is 'more likely to play on next year'

Clive Churchill medallist Billy Slater seems set to to stave off retirement and have one final NRL campaign with Melbourne.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

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