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Sport Storm roll Brisbane with big second half

13:46  10 june  2018
13:46  10 june  2018 Source:   msn.com

Craig Bellamy declares he won't replace Wayne Bennett at the Brisbane Broncos in 2019

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Melbourne led 24-14 early in the second half but it was game on when Brisbane cut the deficit to 24-20 with 13 minutes left after Anthony Milford scored a solo try. However, Milford went from hero to villain when he let what appeared to be a harmless Will Chambers kick roll past him in the

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Craig Bellamy has showed why he's the most sought-after coach in the NRL, with Melbourne outplaying Wayne Bennett's Brisbane 32-16 in their clash at AAMI Park.

The Broncos hope to lure Bellamy north and while Sunday's game was far from Melbourne's best performance of the season, they turned in a huge second half, scoring 24 points, for the Storm coach to extend his head-to-head coaching record to 24-10 over Bennett.

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Both teams had three players backing up from State of Origin, with Brisbane centre James Roberts sitting out with achilles soreness and his Storm opposite Will Chambers suspended.

Of the Melbourne players, Cameron Munster took a while to build into the game but scored a crucial 57th-minute try when he ghosted past Broncos skipper Darius Boyd to open a 20-12 lead.

In a scrappy first half, Boyd, who was overlooked for Origin, was one of his team's best.

Storm skipper Cameron Smith, who also missed Origin after quitting representative football, was also a standout.

With both teams coming off the bye, Boyd looked like he'd put the extended break to good use as he glided through the Storm defence to open the try-scoring.

After the try, Boyd pointed to strapping on his wrist, which bore the letters KW. While it was believed to be in reference to his wife Kayla and daughter Willow, it could also have been a message for Maroons coach Kevin Walters.

Fireworks expected as Bellamy and Bennett face off

  Fireworks expected as Bellamy and Bennett face off All eyes will be on the rival coaches Craig Bellamy and Wayne Bennett as Melbourne meets Brisbane at AAMI Park.Intrigue continues to surround the identity of the Broncos’ coach for 2019, with Craig Bellamy yet to commit to the Storm amid rumours he will replace Wayne Bennett in Brisbane.

Commuters in Brisbane can expect long delays on their ride home this evening.

Bromwich said on Thursday the topic has been addressed by the Storm hierarchy in the lead-up to Sunday's game against Brisbane at AAMI Park. "A few of the boys being ill-disciplined - it's been a very big focus of the second half of the season," he said.

Four minutes later, a dropped bomb by Suliasi Vunivalu saw a Broncos scrum 15m out and they sent the ball wide, catching the Storm well short for winger Jamayne Isaako to dive over the line and the visitors to take a 12-2 lead.

  Storm roll Brisbane with big second half © Getty Images Melbourne centre Young Tonumaipea, in his last home game before going on a two-year Mormon mission, closed the gap to 12-8 before halftime when he dragged five Broncos over the line.

Backing up from Origin, Felise Kaufusi split the defence to score, with his converted try giving the home side the lead with Munster's effort opening it up to eight points.

Brisbane hit back in the 63rd minute, with Jordan Kahu again finding space out wide, but their fightback stalled when Vunivalu ended his four-game try-scoring drought off a Munster bomb.

Jahrome Hughes, replacing injured fullback Billy Slater, then finished off the match, with Munster again in the thick of the action.

Bellamy signs new Storm NRL coaching deal .
Melbourne coach Craig Bellamy has rejected an offer from Brisbane, signing a contract extension with the NRL's defending premiers.Bellamy knocked back a mega offer from Brisbane to sign a three-year contract extension reportedly worth around $4 million dollars.

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