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After one of their strongest performances of the season, Craig Bellamy says his side are focused on backing up their powerful display against Penrith last week.

Storm piled on 10 tries in the contest, in doing so snapping a four game losing streak.

"We've got to make sure we back that effort up this week, next week and the week after," Bellamy said.

"We just need to continue on from what we did on Friday night.

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"The two games before (Friday night) we'd started really poorly.

"It was obviously a pretty emotional night, if the boys couldn't get up for Cameron they're probably not going to get up for anyone at the 300th milestone."

Bellamy also alleviated any concerns surrounding Cooper Cronk's knee, explaining Storm's Queensland trio of Smith, Chambers and Cronk had been given the start of the week off training.

"If it was a close game we probably wouldn't have taken him off (Cronk against Penrith on Friday night) but the game was gone when we took him off," Bellamy said.

"He hadn't played for four or five weeks, whatever it was. Then he played three games in 10 days we just thought it was safe to get him off.

"Certainly this week he hasn't done any training but that's what we wanted with him, Smithy (Cameron Smith) and Will (Chambers).

"They've had some time off and hopefully that will freshen them up for the rest of the season."

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