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Cooper Cronk: NRL Round 21 Raiders v Storm, Canberra Stadium, Sunday 4th August, 2013. Photo: Renee McKay/Action Photographics

Melbourne has regained Cooper Cronk for their first home match of the 2014 season on Saturday.

The 2013 Dally M Medalist has been named in the number seven, halfback jersey alongside the 17 players who helped defeat Manly Warringah in Round 1. Ben Roberts, who played at halfback in Storm's season opener moves onto an extended interchange bench.


Melbourne Storm v Penrith Panthers
Saturday 15 March, 5:30pm at AAMI Park

1. Billy Slater
2. Sisa Waqa
3. Will Chambers
4. Mahe Fonua
5. Young Tonumaipea
6. Ben Hampton
7. Cooper Cronk
8. Jesse Bromwich
9. Cameron Smith ©
10. Bryan Norrie
11. Kevin Proctor
12. Ryan Hoffman
13. Ryan Hinchcliffe
14. Kenny Bromwich
15. Tohu Harris
16. Jordan McLean
17. George Rose
18. Ben Roberts

Be there for the first home match of the season in Round 2. Secure your seat here.


Wests Tigers v Cronulla Sharks
Saturday 15 March, 3:00pm at Campbelltown Sports Ground

Kurt Mann
Junior Moors
Dayne Weston
Kurt Mann

Queensland Cup

Easts Tigers v Sunshine Coast Falcons
Sunday 16 March, 2:00pm at Langlands Park

Richie Kennar
Cody Walker
Tim Glasby
Joel Romelo


Melbourne Storm v Penrith Panthers
Saturday 15 March, 3:10pm at AAMI Park

1. Tremaine Jensen
2. Tony Tumusa
3. Josh Cullen-Minhinnick
4. Niua Finau-Puaka
5. Suliasi Vunivalu
6. Cameron Munster
7. Jake Turpin
8. Christian Welch (c)
9. Billy Brittain
10. Matt Lodge
11. Una Mohi
12. Nelson Asofa - Solomona
13. Rhys Kennedy
14. Billy Kitt
15. Eli Vole
16. Francis Tualau
17. Vincent Rennie


Matt Duffie - Knee - Season
Justin O'Neill - Knee - Round 6
Travis Robinson - Knee - Round 5
Hymel Hunt - Ankle - Round 7
Felise Kaufusi - Chest - Round 6
Mitch Garbutt - Ribs - Round 3

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.