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Storm five-eighth Blake Green says he is looking forward to returning to his hometown when he plays against his old side on Sunday afternoon.

Green, a former Eel and a Western Sydney junior, has fond memories of the ground where he spent much of his time during the early days of his footballing life.         

"I've got a lot of good memories of the place," Green said on Wednesday afternoon.

"I'm Parramatta junior so I did a lot of my training as a kid there. It was one of my favourite grounds to play at so I'm looking  forward to getting back there.

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"I will have plenty of family and friends there so it will be great."

Green has enjoyed a strong start to life at Storm, quickly integrating into the side's attack alongside halfback Cooper Cronk. The 28-year old recognises the threat Brad Arthur's side poses, particularly at Pirtek Stadium.

"They're very athletic and very powerful, they play really well at home.

"Momentum is going to be a big thing for us and trying to control some of there big guys.

"When they hit the button they are very good."

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