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Melbourne Storm Coach Craig Bellamy is reading nothing into Cronulla's winless start to 2015, declaring his Storm will have to be ready for the Sharks on Saturday night or risk suffering a second straight defeat.

Both Melbourne and Cronulla enter their Round 3 meeting at AAMI Park coming off losses last weekend and will be looking to rebound.

"The two games they (Cronulla) have had, the opposition have played pretty good from what I have seen," Bellamy said prior to training on Wednesday.

"I'm sure they'll be really keen come down here and play well and try and get a win here. 

"We'll have to be ready for them, they are a talented side. 

"They certainly haven't been played off the park or anything like that."

Storm will play their first home game of the season on Saturday night at AAMI Park against the Sharks from 7:30pm. Round 3 is #PlayNRL Round across the NRL, promoting Junior Rugby League all over the country and driving the important message about having fun, making friends and staying fit.

Be there when Storm take on the Sharks, Saturday 21 March from 7:30pm at AAMI Park.
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