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The Melbourne Storm are an Australian rugby league football club reigning from the city of Melbourne. The Storm have played in the last four NRL (National Rugby League) grand finals, making them one of the league's top teams. The Melbourne Storm club was unveiled at a function in the Hyatt Hotel in February, 1998.

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Melbourne Storm duo Young Tonumaipea and Curtis Scott duel for centre role - The Sydney Morning Herald

Melbourne Storm coach Craig Bellamy faces a difficult decision on his centre pairing for the clash with Sydney Roosters at Adelaide Oval on Saturday night.

The Storm have named Young Tonumaipea and Queensland Origin star Will Chambers in the centres but they have kept last week's two-try hero Curtis Scott on the interchange bench and in the mix to play.

Young Tonumaipea Young Tonumaipea  Photo: Getty Images

Regular starter Cheyse Blair is expected to miss another three weeks after minor ankle surgery and Tonumaipea was the front runner to take his position but Scott's performance in last week's win over North Queensland Cowboys has given Bellamy a selection headache.

With game II of the State of Origin series in Sydney on Wednesday night, the Storm have named all five of their Origin stars in the team to face the Roosters but that is subject to them being fit  to play.

Cameron Smith, Cooper Cronk,...


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Melbourne Storm coach Craig Bellamy says State of Origin players should have understudies in NRL squads - The Sydney Morning Herald

Melbourne Storm coach Craig Bellamy would like to see the NRL allow sides to name extra players in their 23-man squads to cover State of Origin players.

Each Tuesday NRL clubs have to named a 23-man squad and they can only replaced injured or unavailable players in their 17-player final sides from that squad. Teams also have to cut that squad to 19 players 24 hours before their game.

Storm coach Craig Bellamy. Storm coach Craig Bellamy. Photo: Getty Images

In previous years sides could bring in other players on game day but the NRL tightened the rules this season to add more transparency to who would be playing. But the Storm had five players named in Queensland's State of Origin side for game two, plus Cameron Munster as 18th man, yet had to name them all in the 23 to be able to play them against the Roosters at Adelaide Oval on Saturday night.

Usually the Storm's stars back up from Origin and play but if...


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Melbourne Storm is one of sport's great dynasties, says Brett Finch - The Advertiser

FORMER rugby league star Brett Finch says the NRL will probably never see another dynasty like the Melbourne Storm’s.

Sitting top and clear title favourite after round 15 after losing last year’s grand final to the Cronulla Sharks, the Storm has played in seven grand finals during its 19-year history, missing the finals just three times.

And with a power-packed roster, led by superstars Cameron Smith, Billy Slater and Cooper Cronk, and legendary coach Craig Bellamy running the show, the perennial powerhouse is built to last, according to Finch.

“The Melbourne Storm is one of the great clubs in world sport,’’ said Finch, now a respected Fox League commentator after an illustrious playing career as a five-eighth which included two stints at the Storm in 2009-10 and 2013.

“If you look at the greats of any sport, whether it be Michael Jordan with the Chicago Bulls in the NBA or Tom...


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Read more: Melbourne Storm is one of sport's great dynasties, says Brett Finch - The Advertiser

Melbourne Storm lose 'sore' big four for showdown with Sydney Roosters in Adelaide - The Sydney Morning Herald

Queensland's State of Origin win has decimated the Melbourne Storm's line-up for their clash with Sydney Roosters at Adelaide Oval on Saturday night.

The top-of-the-table Storm have lost captain Cameron Smith, Cooper Cronk, Billy Slater and Will Chambers following Queensland's 18-16 win in game two of the Origin series on Wednesday night.

Sore: Cameron Smith won't be playing for the Storm this weekend. Sore: Cameron Smith won't be playing for the Storm this weekend. Photo: Getty Images

Smith, Cronk and Slater are all listed as "sore", while Chambers was concussed in the second half and didn't look likely to be able to face the Roosters.

The Storm have no reserve back line players left in their 23-man squad and it's understood they requested to bring outside back Jeremy Hawkins into their squad due to the exceptional circumstances of losing four players.

Origin debutant Tim Glasby has been listed as fit to face the second-placed Roosters. He...


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Roosters captain Jake Friend warns not to take Melbourne Storm lightly - The Advertiser

ADELAIDE Oval will tonight host Australia’s best two rugby league teams as the NRL comes to South Australia for the first time since 2011.

The second-placed Sydney Roosters, who sold their home game to the State Government, will host the ladder-leading powerhouse Melbourne Storm in what shapes as a bumper match.

Not even the absence of four Storm players injured in Wednesday night’s State-of-Origin will dampen the atmosphere. Melbourne has unveiled other young players in their absence and has continued its winning ways.

Teenagers Brodie Croft and try-scorer Curtis Scott both impressed as Melbourne won against the Crowboys last weekend with five of their teammates away on Origin duties.

Roosters captain Jake Friend — speaking after his side’s captain’s run at the Oval last night — said the Storm could never be underestimated.

“Melbourne has a great squad and no matter who comes in...


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Read more: Roosters captain Jake Friend warns not to take Melbourne Storm lightly - The Advertiser

Melbourne Storm's Felise Kaufusi imitates the greats, reaps the rewards - The Sydney Morning Herald

They say imitation is the sincerest form of flattery and for Felise Kaufusi it's helped him to a career-best season.

The Melbourne Storm back-rower is enjoying a breakthrough season playing a career-high 1084 minutes from 14 games and scoring tries at a rate which would impress many outside backs.

Did Queensland selectors dump the right players?

Corey Oates and Jacob Lilyman were among the casualties from Game I. Based on their NRL form, have the selectors made the right choice?

Kaufusi's rise to prominence has come at an ideal time as the Storm are in the midst of a changing of the guard among their back row.

Ryan Hoffman left two years ago, Kevin Proctor moved on last year and Tohu Harris is departing at the end of this season.

Rise to prominence: Felise Kaufusi is enjoying a breakout season at the Storm. Rise to prominence: Felise Kaufusi is enjoying a breakout season at the Storm. Photo: Brendon Thorne

So Kaufusi has timed his...


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Read more: Melbourne Storm's Felise Kaufusi imitates the greats, reaps the rewards - The Sydney Morning Herald

Mitchell Pearce field goal sinks Melbourne Storm at Adelaide Oval - The Sydney Morning Herald

The agony of State of Origin was replaced with the ecstasy of a golden-point thriller on Saturday for halfback Mitchell Pearce who's superb field goal was the difference between the Sydney Roosters and the Melbourne Storm at the Adelaide Oval.

Pearce's 35m strike was successful despite serious pressure from Cameron Munster, and completed a remarkable 12-point comeback in front of a stunned 21,492-strong South Australian crowd.

Late drama: Mitchell Pearce is mobbed by teammates after slotting home the winning field goal in golden point. Late drama: Mitchell Pearce is mobbed by teammates after slotting home the winning field goal in golden point. Photo: Daniel Kalisz

Just three nights ago Pearce was left slumped on the turf of ANZ Stadium after Queensland broke NSW hearts with a late comeback of their own to force a decider in Origin game three.

But that was all forgotten, momentarily at least, as the Roosters closed the gap on Melbourne at the top of the NRL ladder to just two points. As it...


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Read more: Mitchell Pearce field goal sinks Melbourne Storm at Adelaide Oval - The Sydney Morning Herald

Vossy's Verdict: Melbourne Storm's win a throwback to 2002 'Baby Broncos' - Fox Sports

GOOD things come in small packages.

Only four matchesin round 15 but what about some of the storylines.

Here is Vossy’s Verdict!

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Rabbitohs v Titans


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Read more: Vossy's Verdict: Melbourne Storm's win a throwback to 2002 'Baby Broncos' - Fox Sports

Melbourne Storm wants to give budding stars more experience in ... - Herald Sun

MELBOURNE Storm will not shy away from giving its legion of budding future stars more opportunity in the run to the finals.

Brodie Croft, Brandon Smith and Curtis Scott were instrumental in the golden point thriller against North Queensland, but face the axe with Storm’s Origin contingent due back — fitness permitting — for Saturday night’s top-of-the-table clash against Sydney at Adelaide Oval.

Storm could be forced to make up to six changes, with Cameron Smith, Cooper Cronk and Billy Slater among those to be assessed following Wednesday night’s Origin blockbuster.

AMBITION: Croft to be Cronk 2.0

Dale Finucane failed a concussion test during the game. Picture: Michael Klein

Storm football director Frank Ponissi said players who drop out this week can take confidence from their performances against the Cowboys.

“Hopefully our Origin boys pull up well and we’ll have a full array to...


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Read more: Melbourne Storm wants to give budding stars more experience in ... - Herald Sun

Melbourne Storm coach Craig Bellamy says State of Origin players ... - The Sydney Morning Herald

Melbourne Storm coach Craig Bellamy would like to see the NRL allow sides to name extra players in their 23-man squads to cover State of Origin players.

Each Tuesday NRL clubs have to named a 23-man squad and they can only replaced injured or unavailable players in their 17-player final sides from that squad. Teams also have to cut that squad to 19 players 24 hours before their game.

Storm coach Craig Bellamy. Storm coach Craig Bellamy. Photo: Getty Images

In previous years sides could bring in other players on game day but the NRL tightened the rules this season to add more transparency to who would be playing. But the Storm had five players named in Queensland's State of Origin side for game two, plus Cameron Munster as 18th man, yet had to name them all in the 23 to be able to play them against the Roosters at Adelaide Oval on Saturday night.

Usually the Storm's stars back up from Origin and play but if...


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Read more: Melbourne Storm coach Craig Bellamy says State of Origin players ... - The Sydney Morning Herald

Melbourne Storm lose 'sore' big four for showdown with Sydney ... - The Sydney Morning Herald

Queensland's State of Origin win has decimated the Melbourne Storm's line-up for their clash with Sydney Roosters at Adelaide Oval on Saturday night.

The top-of-the-table Storm have lost captain Cameron Smith, Cooper Cronk, Billy Slater and Will Chambers following Queensland's 18-16 win in game two of the Origin series on Wednesday night.

Sore: Cameron Smith won't be playing for the Storm this weekend. Sore: Cameron Smith won't be playing for the Storm this weekend. Photo: Getty Images

Smith, Cronk and Slater are all listed as "sore", while Chambers was concussed in the second half and didn't look likely to be able to face the Roosters.

The Storm have no reserve back line players left in their 23-man squad and it's understood they requested to bring outside back Jeremy Hawkins into their squad due to the exceptional circumstances of losing four players.

Origin debutant Tim Glasby has been listed as fit to face the second-placed Roosters. He...


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Read more: Melbourne Storm lose 'sore' big four for showdown with Sydney ... - The Sydney Morning Herald

Billy Slater Origin II video: Emotional Melbourne Storm star cries ... - Herald Sun

MELBOURNE Storm star Billy Slater had nothing left to give after a remarkable return to Origin football and it left his emotions overflowing.

The 34-year-old Melbourne star was rubbed out of the NRL for virtually two straight seasons after recurring shoulder issues.

PLAYER RATINGS: WHO STARRED, WHO STRUGGLED IN ORIGIN II

ROBERT CRADDOCK: JT SAVING GREATEST ORIGIN SCRIPT

SUPER SLATER: NEVER DOUBT A GREAT OF THE GAME

ANALYSIS: HOW ORIGIN II WAS WON AND LOST

Billy Slater of the Maroons celebrates victory with his wife Nicole Slater.

Then he had to play his way back into the Queensland side after being controversially overlooked for the 2017 series opener.

In an interview with Triple M NRL after the Maroons’ thrilling 18-16 win over NSW in game two at ANZ Stadium, his emotions overflowed.

“Words can’t describe it, mate,” Slater said, choking back tears. “I didn’t think I’d get like...


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Read more: Billy Slater Origin II video: Emotional Melbourne Storm star cries ... - Herald Sun

Melbourne Storm's Felise Kaufusi imitates the greats, reaps the ... - The Sydney Morning Herald

They say imitation is the sincerest form of flattery and for Felise Kaufusi it's helped him to a career-best season.

The Melbourne Storm back-rower is enjoying a breakthrough season playing a career-high 1084 minutes from 14 games and scoring tries at a rate which would impress many outside backs.

Did Queensland selectors dump the right players?

Corey Oates and Jacob Lilyman were among the casualties from Game I. Based on their NRL form, have the selectors made the right choice?

Kaufusi's rise to prominence has come at an ideal time as the Storm are in the midst of a changing of the guard among their back row.

Ryan Hoffman left two years ago, Kevin Proctor moved on last year and Tohu Harris is departing at the end of this season.

Rise to prominence: Felise Kaufusi is enjoying a breakout season at the Storm. Rise to prominence: Felise Kaufusi is enjoying a breakout season at the Storm. Photo: Brendon Thorne

So Kaufusi has timed his...


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Read more: Melbourne Storm's Felise Kaufusi imitates the greats, reaps the ... - The Sydney Morning Herald

Vossy's Verdict: Melbourne Storm's win a throwback to 2002 'Baby Broncos' - Fox Sports

GOOD things come in small packages.

Only four matchesin round 15 but what about some of the storylines.

Here is Vossy’s Verdict!

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Rabbitohs v Titans


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Read more: Vossy's Verdict: Melbourne Storm's win a throwback to 2002 'Baby Broncos' - Fox Sports

Billy Slater Origin II video: Emotional Melbourne Storm star cries ... - Herald Sun

MELBOURNE Storm star Billy Slater had nothing left to give after a remarkable return to Origin football and it left his emotions overflowing.

The 34-year-old Melbourne star was rubbed out of the NRL for virtually two straight seasons after recurring shoulder issues.

PLAYER RATINGS: WHO STARRED, WHO STRUGGLED IN ORIGIN II

ROBERT CRADDOCK: JT SAVING GREATEST ORIGIN SCRIPT

SUPER SLATER: NEVER DOUBT A GREAT OF THE GAME

ANALYSIS: HOW ORIGIN II WAS WON AND LOST

Billy Slater of the Maroons celebrates victory with his wife Nicole Slater.

Then he had to play his way back into the Queensland side after being controversially overlooked for the 2017 series opener.

In an interview with Triple M NRL after the Maroons’ thrilling 18-16 win over NSW in game two at ANZ Stadium, his emotions overflowed.

“Words can’t describe it, mate,” Slater said, choking back tears. “I didn’t think I’d get like...


Read full article on NRL GN MelbourneStorm


Read more: Billy Slater Origin II video: Emotional Melbourne Storm star cries ... - Herald Sun

Melbourne Storm wants to give budding stars more experience in ... - Herald Sun

MELBOURNE Storm will not shy away from giving its legion of budding future stars more opportunity in the run to the finals.

Brodie Croft, Brandon Smith and Curtis Scott were instrumental in the golden point thriller against North Queensland, but face the axe with Storm’s Origin contingent due back — fitness permitting — for Saturday night’s top-of-the-table clash against Sydney at Adelaide Oval.

Storm could be forced to make up to six changes, with Cameron Smith, Cooper Cronk and Billy Slater among those to be assessed following Wednesday night’s Origin blockbuster.

AMBITION: Croft to be Cronk 2.0

Dale Finucane failed a concussion test during the game. Picture: Michael Klein

Storm football director Frank Ponissi said players who drop out this week can take confidence from their performances against the Cowboys.

“Hopefully our Origin boys pull up well and we’ll have a full array to...


Read full article on NRL GN MelbourneStorm


Read more: Melbourne Storm wants to give budding stars more experience in ... - Herald Sun

Melbourne Storm's Felise Kaufusi imitates the greats, reaps the ... - The Sydney Morning Herald

They say imitation is the sincerest form of flattery and for Felise Kaufusi it's helped him to a career-best season.

The Melbourne Storm back-rower is enjoying a breakthrough season playing a career-high 1084 minutes from 14 games and scoring tries at a rate which would impress many outside backs.

Did Queensland selectors dump the right players?

Corey Oates and Jacob Lilyman were among the casualties from Game I. Based on their NRL form, have the selectors made the right choice?

Kaufusi's rise to prominence has come at an ideal time as the Storm are in the midst of a changing of the guard among their back row.

Ryan Hoffman left two years ago, Kevin Proctor moved on last year and Tohu Harris is departing at the end of this season.

Rise to prominence: Felise Kaufusi is enjoying a breakout season at the Storm. Rise to prominence: Felise Kaufusi is enjoying a breakout season at the Storm. Photo: Brendon Thorne

So Kaufusi has timed his...


Read full article on NRL GN MelbourneStorm


Read more: Melbourne Storm's Felise Kaufusi imitates the greats, reaps the ... - The Sydney Morning Herald

Melbourne Storm lose 'sore' big four for showdown with Sydney ... - The Sydney Morning Herald

Queensland's State of Origin win has decimated the Melbourne Storm's line-up for their clash with Sydney Roosters at Adelaide Oval on Saturday night.

The top-of-the-table Storm have lost captain Cameron Smith, Cooper Cronk, Billy Slater and Will Chambers following Queensland's 18-16 win in game two of the Origin series on Wednesday night.

Sore: Cameron Smith won't be playing for the Storm this weekend. Sore: Cameron Smith won't be playing for the Storm this weekend. Photo: Getty Images

Smith, Cronk and Slater are all listed as "sore", while Chambers was concussed in the second half and didn't look likely to be able to face the Roosters.

The Storm have no reserve back line players left in their 23-man squad and it's understood they requested to bring outside back Jeremy Hawkins into their squad due to the exceptional circumstances of losing four players.

Origin debutant Tim Glasby has been listed as fit to face the second-placed Roosters. He...


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Read more: Melbourne Storm lose 'sore' big four for showdown with Sydney ... - The Sydney Morning Herald

Storm beat Penrith, alone atop ladder - ESPN

Apr 1, 2017

Melbourne are flying solo at the top of the NRL ladder after maintaining their unbeaten start with a hard-fought 28-6 win over Penrith.

With the Sydney Roosters falling to Manly on Friday night for their first loss of the season, the Storm are the only team yet to to taste defeat in 2017.

Despite the comfortable margin, they were made to work for it against the Panthers at AAMI Park.

Melbourne got off to blazing start and Penrith looked a little stunned as the home side raced to a 10-0 lead.

Will Chambers pushed his case for Queensland Origin selection when he set up the first try with a sweet backhand flick pass to winger Suli Vunivalu, who was a late inclusion after overcoming a shoulder injury.

Chambers then got one of his own after some quick hands across the Storm backline with Cooper Cronk finding his man.

But the Panthers sparked to life and dominated the last 20...


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Read more: Storm beat Penrith, alone atop ladder - ESPN

Vossy's Verdict: Melbourne Storm's win a throwback to 2002 'Baby Broncos' - Fox Sports

GOOD things come in small packages.

Only four matchesin round 15 but what about some of the storylines.

Here is Vossy’s Verdict!

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Rabbitohs v Titans


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Round 15
Home Score Away When Venue Crowd
Manly Sea Eagles colours.svg Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles 30 - 20 Wests Tigers colours.svg Wests Tigers 19 June 2015, 7:45pm Brookvale Oval (Nine Network) 8,093
Canberra colours.svg Canberra Raiders 20 - 21 North Queensland colours.svg North Queensland Cowboys 20 June 2015, 3:00pm GIO Stadium (Fox Sports) 10,170
Gold Coast Titans colours.svg Gold Coast Titans 14 - 36 New Zealand colours.svg New Zealand Warriors 20 June 2015, 5:30pm Cbus Super Stadium (Fox Sports) 14,132
Canterbury colours.svg Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs 24 - 12 Panthers colours.svg Penrith Panthers 20 June 2015, 7:30pm ANZ Stadium (Fox Sports) 12,476
Newcastle colours.svg Newcastle Knights 28 - 30 Cronulla colours.svg Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks 21 June 2015, 2:00pm Hunter Stadium (Fox Sports) 14,081
Melbourne colours.svg Melbourne Storm 12 - 14 Brisbane colours.svg Brisbane Broncos 21 June 2015, 4:00pm AAMI Park (Nine Network) 14,278
St. George colours.svg St. George Illawarra Dragons 14 - 19 Eastern Suburbs colours.svgSydney Roosters 22 June 2015, 7:00pm Allianz Stadium (Fox Sports) 10,185
BYE:

Round 16
Home Score Away When Venue Crowd
South Sydney colours.svg South Sydney Rabbitohs 20 - 8 Manly Sea Eagles colours.svg Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles 26 June 2015, 7:35pm ANZ Stadium (Nine Network) 14,236
Brisbane colours.svg Brisbane Broncos 44 - 22 Newcastle colours.svg Newcastle Knights 26 June 2015, 7:35pm Suncorp Stadium (Nine Network) 27,246
New Zealand colours.svg New Zealand Warriors 30 - 8 Canberra colours.svg Canberra Raiders 27 June 2015, 5:00pm Mt Smart Stadium (Fox Sports) 13,110
North Queensland colours.svg North Queensland Cowboys 18-24 Cronulla colours.svg Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks 27 June 2015, 5:30pm 1300SMILES Stadium (Fox Sports) 18,826
Parramatta colours.svg Parramatta Eels 16-12 St. George colours.svg St. George Illawarra Dragons 27 June 2015, 7:30pm Pirtek Stadium (Fox Sports) 15,046
Eastern Suburbs colours.svgSydney Roosters 20 - 10 Gold Coast Titans colours.svg Gold Coast Titans 28 June 2015, 2:00pm Bluetongue Stadium (Fox Sports) 12,569
Wests Tigers colours.svg Wests Tigers 12 - 35 Panthers colours.svg Penrith Panthers 28 June 2015, 4:00pm Leichhardt Oval (Nine Network) 14,234
Canterbury colours.svg Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs 20 - 4 Melbourne colours.svg Melbourne Storm 29 June 2015, 7:00pm Belmore Sportsground (Fox Sports) 16,764

 

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NRL Ladder

Pos Team P W D L
1 Melbourne colours.svg Melbourne Storm 24 19 0 5
2 Canberra colours.svg Canberra Raiders 24 17 1 6
3 Cronulla colours.svg Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks (P) 24 17 1 6
4 North Queensland colours.svg North Queensland Cowboys 24 15 0 9
5 Brisbane colours.svg Brisbane Broncos 24 15 0 9
6 Panthers colours.svg Penrith Panthers 24 14 0 10
7 Canterbury colours.svg Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs 24 14 0 10
8 Gold Coast Titans colours.svg Gold Coast Titans 24 11 1 12
9 Wests Tigers colours.svg Wests Tigers 24 11 0 13
10 New Zealand colours.svg New Zealand Warriors 24 10 0 14
11 St. George colours.svg St. George Illawarra Dragons 24 10 0 14
12 South Sydney colours.svg South Sydney Rabbitohs 24 9 0 15
13 Manly Sea Eagles colours.svg Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles 24 8 0 16
14 Parramatta colours.svg Parramatta Eels 24 13 0 11
15 Eastern Suburbs colours.svg Sydney Roosters 24 6 0 18
16 Newcastle colours.svg Newcastle Knights 24 1 1 22
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