MELBOURNE STORM – IMPRESSIVE 48-6 VICTORY

NEXT HOME GAME: 5 September at 7.45 pm

Melbourne Storm have returned to form with an impressive 48-6 victory over the Cronulla Sharks last Saturday night at AAMI Park. The next two games are away, against some tough opposition Penrith Panther and the Roosters ranked higher in the top eight.  The differential in the eight is close and two strong defensive games in these away games with wins and upsets in some of the other rounds could see us move to the top four.

The last game for the season is Saturday 5 September at 7.45 pm at  AAMI Park.  Round 26 is the final in the 2014 NRL season up against the Brisbane Broncos.

Melbourne Storm Rugby League Club have AAMI Park as its home ground, located on Olympic Boulevard and in the Sports and Entertainment Precinct.  GO STORM!!

MELBOURNE STORM – 17th AUGUST, NEXT HOME GAME

Ryan Hoffman
Ryan Hoffman

 

The next game Saturday 17 August at 5.30 pm at  AAMI Park. This is Round 23 in the 2014 NRL season up against the Cronulla Sharks.

Melbourne Storm Rugby League Club have AAMI Park as its home ground, located on Olympic Boulevard and in the Sports and Entertainment Precinct.  GO STORM!!

RYAN HOFFMAN [Pictured]   As a big backrower with big ball playing skills, he started his NRL career with Melbourne in 2003. In 2006, his improving form led to him being selected for City Origin for the first time. It also earned him the Storm’s Forward of the Year award. In addition, he has been named in the second row for Melbourne Storm’s team of the decade.

After signing with Wigan Warriors in July 2010 and a short stint in the UK. Ryan Hoffman resigned a new deal to return to the NRL and play for Melbourne Storm in 2012. 

MELBOURNE STORM – NEXT HOME GAME

The next game Saturday 19 July at 5.30 pm at  AAMI Park. This is Round 19 in the 2014 NRL season up against Canberra Raiders.   Melbourne Storm Rugby t League Club have AAMI Park as its home ground. It is the first purpose built rectangular in Melbourne, located on Olympic Boulevard and in the Sports and Entertainment Precinct. The stadium includes training facilities and office accommodation for Melbourne Storm, Melbourne Victory, Melbourne Football Club, Melbourne Heart, and the Victorian Rugby Union. The stadium features a distinctive “Bio frame” design, with a geodesic dome roof covering much of the seating area, whilst still allowing light through to the pitch. The exterior of the stadium will also be covered in thousands of LED lights, which could be programmed to display a variety of patterns and images. GO STORM!!

 

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