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Postby H » Thu Apr 11, 2013 4:35 pm

Melbourne Storm v South Sydney Rabbitohs
ANZ Stadium, Sydney Olympic Park, Saturday 13 April 2013
NRL Kickoff 7:30pm, Holden Cup 5:15pm, Gates Open 5:10pm
Live TV: FOX Sports 1

Storm: 1. Kurt Mann 2. Dane Chang 3. Niua Finau Puaka 4. Denny Solomona 5. Michael Butson 6. Cory McGrady 7. Matt McGahan 8. Christian Welch 9. Alex Langbridge 10. Matthew Lodge 11. Cade Umaga 12. Dean Britt 13. Pride Petterson-Robati
Interchange: 14. Billy Brittain 15. Brenden Treston 16. Rhys Kennedy 17. Francis Tualau 18. Mitchell Moore
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Re: Storm

Postby H » Thu Apr 11, 2013 5:34 pm

NYC Match Preview - Rd. 6 V Rabbitohs
http://www.melbournestorm.com.au/news-d ... tohs/72192
Thursday 11 April 2013 4:10 PM

Melbourne v South Sydney
Saturday 13 April, 5:15pm
ANZ Stadium

Anthony Seibold’s side have enjoyed a positive start to the 2013 season. The Thunderbolts sit in second place on the NYC Cup ladder following four wins from the opening five rounds.

They face the 15th placed Rabbitohs who have recorded one win so far in 2013 and are coming off the back of a trip to New Zealand where they met the Warriors.

The Thunderbolts will travel to ANZ Stadium for their match-up with the Rabbitohs buoyed by a home win over last year’s NYC Cup Premiers, Wests Tigers last round.

Last time they met<.u>

Round 2, 2012 – Melbourne Storm 36 defeated South Sydney 10 at AAMI Park.

Last round

Round 4 – Melbourne Storm 48 defeated Wests Tigers 14 at AAMI Park.

Round 4 – South Sydney 14 defeated by New Zealand 46 at Mt. Smart Stadium.

Key players

Matt Lodge
Lodge has been a consistent performer in the front-row all season and been crucial to the Thunderbolts’ early season form. The 17-year old scored an early try in last round’s victory over the Tigers.

Kurt Mann
A member of Melbourne’s NRL squad, Mann is an important and versatile playmaker for the Thunderbolts. Playing at fullback last weekend, Mann scored a second half try to secure victory for Melbourne.

Matt McGahan
Playing his second match back from injury, McGahan’s leadership was critical for the young Thunderbolts. The New Zealand born playmaker capped off a solid performance, scoring a second half try as well as kicking four goals for the evening.
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Re: Storm

Postby H » Sun Apr 14, 2013 10:58 am

Thunderbolts continue run
Saturday 13 April 2013 7:05 PM
http://www.melbournestorm.com.au/news-display/Thunderbolts-continue-run/72362
Melbourne’s NYC Thunderbolts secured an impressive 28-22 come from behind victory over South Sydney at ANZ Stadium on Saturday night.

Trailing 12-22 during the early stages of the second half, Anthony Seibold’s side bounced back thanks to tries from Dane Chang, Dean Britt and Pride Petterson-Robati.

The victory means the young Melbourne side consolidate their position in the top four of the NYC Cup ladder, only recording one loss so far in 2013.

South Sydney got away to an early advantage in the contest, opening the scoring through youngster Will Paterson after 11 minutes. The visitors managed to hit back through Chang whose try was then followed up by a four pointer from Cade Umaga as the Melbourne managed to overturn the Rabbitohs’ early advantage.

With the scores locked up at half time, the hosts jumped out of the blocks quickly during the early stages of the second stanza. Tries to Siosaia Tanginoa and Dylan Walker in the opening five minutes of the half handed the 15th placed South Sydney side a 22-12 lead.

However, like they did during the first half, a determined Thunderbolts outfit fought back to run out victors. Tries to Chang, Britt and Petterson-Robati in a 25 minute period helped the young Storm side secure their fourth straight victory in season 2013.

Melbourne 28
Tries: Dane Chang 15m, Cade Umaga 25m, Dane Chang 51m, Dean Britt 61m, Pride Petterson-Robati 74m
Goals: Matt McGahan 4

Defeated.

South Sydney 22
Tries: Will Paterson 11m, Christian Hazard 30m, Siosaia Tanginoa 42m, Dylan Walker 45m
Goals: Dylan Walker 3
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