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Cameron Smith (Melbourne Storm):	NRL, Rugby League, Round 26, Melbourne Storm v Gold Coast Titans @ AAMI Park, Melbourne, VIC, Saturday September 7th, 2013. Digital Image by Ian Knight ©

Cameron Smith and Billy Slater have been named in Melbourne's squad for Sunday's final trial match before the 2014 season.

Storm will face the Bulldogs at Suncorp Stadium at 5pm (local time) and welcome back a number of the club's senior players into the 22-man squad.

Ben Hampton and Ben Roberts will partner up in the crucial halves positions while youngster Young Tonumaipea has earned selection on the wing following strong performances in the club's opening trial at AAMI Park and last weekend's Nines tournament.

13 players from Melbourne's travelling party who competed in the Auckland Nines at Eden Park will back up and take the field against Canterbury as Craig Bellamy's side finalise their preparations for the upcoming season.

For the remainder of the playing group, Melbourne will take on the club's Queensland Cup feeder team Easts Tigers in a trial match at Langlands Park on Saturday, kicking off from 7pm (local time).

Melbourne Storm v Canterbury Bulldogs

Suncorp Stadium

Sunday 23 February, 5:00pm (local)


1. Billy Slater

2. Sisa Waqa

3. Will Chambers

4. Mahe Fonua

5. Young Tonumaipea

6. Ben Hampton

7. Ben Roberts

8. Jesse Bromwich

9. Cameron Smith

10. Bryan Norrie

11. Kevin Proctor

12. Ryan Hoffman

13.Ryan Hinchcliffe


14.Hymel Hunt

15.Richie Kennar

16.Joel Romelo

17.Slade Griffin

18.Mitch Garbutt

19.Jordan McLean

20.Tohu Harris

21.Felise Kaufusi

22.Cameron Munster

Melbourne Storm v Brisbane Easts

Langlands Park

Saurday 22 February, 7:00pm (local)

1. Tremaine Jensen

2. Matt Duffie

3. Junior Kirisome

4. Niua Finau Puaka

5. Suliasi Vunivalu

6. Jake Turpin

7. Cody Walker

8. Dayne Weston

9. Kurt Mann

10. George Rose

11. Junior Moors

12. Tim Glasby

13. Kenny Bromwich


14. Matt Lodge

15. Christian Welch

16. Rhys Kennedy

17. Billy Kitt

Acknowledgement of Country

Melbourne Storm respect and honour the Traditional Custodians of the land and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on the lands we meet, gather and play on.