New Zealand
Warriors
10
Melbourne
Storm
26
FULLTIME
2017-03-10T07:00:00Z
Mt Smart Stadium

Preview

Three Things You Should Know

  • The Warriors were considered lucky to escape with a narrow 26-22 win over last year’s wooden spooners Newcastle Knights last week.
  • The Storm were powerful, jumping out to an early 10-0 lead after seven minutes before earning a gritty 12-6 win over the Dogs.
  • Travelling to Auckland isn’t an easy task but the Storm gained a 21-14 win in Round Three last year.

TIP: Storm by 8

Team Lists


Team Lists

Fullback
Wing
Centre
Centre
Wing
Five-eighth
Halfback
Prop
Hooker
Prop
Second Row
Second Row
Lock
 
Interchange
Interchange
Interchange
Interchange
Cameron MunsterCameron Munster1
S. VunivaluSuliasi Vunivalu2
Will ChambersWill Chambers3
Cheyse BlairCheyse Blair4
Josh Addo-CarrJosh Addo-Carr5
Ryley JacksRyley Jacks6
Cooper CronkCooper Cronk7
Christian WelchChristian Welch14
Cameron SmithCameron Smith9
Jordan McLeanJordan McLean10
Felise KaufusiFelise Kaufusi11
K. BromwichKenneath Bromwich12
Dale FinucaneDale Finucane13
 
Tim GlasbyTim Glasby8
Joe StimsonJoe Stimson15
N. Asofa-SolomonaNelson Asofa-Solomona16
Vincent LeuluaiVincent Leuluai19
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Team Stats


Scoring Plays

Warriors   Storm
2 Tries 4
1 Conversions 4
Penalty Goals 1
Field Goals

Attack

Warriors   Storm
175 All Runs 176
1,452 All Run Metres 1,524
1 Line Breaks 4
5 Offloads 11

Defense

Warriors   Storm
565 Kick Metres 670
40/20 1
345 Tackles 368
31 Missed Tackles 18

Discipline

Warriors   Storm
8 Penalties Conceded 9
6 Errors 7
Sin Bin
Send Offs

Player Stats


Top Kick Metres

 PlayerTOT
Cooper Cronk438
Shaun Johnson362
Cameron Smith198
Ata Hingano143
Ryley Jacks32

Summary

Melbourne Storm 26 (Kenny Bromwich, Cheyse Blair, Suliasi Vunivalu, Cooper Cronk tries; Cameron Smith 5 goals) defeated New Zealand Warriors 10 (Tuimoala Lolohea, Shaun Johnson tries; Johnson 1 goal) at Mt Smart Stadium. Half-time: 12-10. Crowd: 9,811.