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Suncorp Stadium has resembled a home away from home for Storm over the years.

Storm have won 10 of their 13 games at the venue, including their past five.

Many of those wins have come in thrilling fashion, one Storm highlight in fact came in a different colour, but they all gave us moments we would never forget.

Take a look at some of the Club’s best Suncorp memories.

Be at AAMI Park when we take on the Panthers, Saturday 4 June, 7:30pm.

Round 26, 2015
Storm 15 def Broncos 8
This Friday night trip to Suncorp marked the Club’s third game in just 11 days to end the 2015 season. After spending 11 weeks on the outskirts of the top 4, Craig Bellamy’s side went into the final round with hopes of a top four finish.
Standing in their way were the in-form Broncos looking to win their first minor premiership since 2000.
An early penalty to Brisbane handed the home side the advantage but Storm hit back on 20 minutes with a quick move down the left edge that was finished off by Kurt Mann.
With Ben Hunt already rested on the eve of the finals, the Broncos suffered an added blow to their halves when debutant Ash Taylor injured his hand.
Another Broncos penalty evened the scores before Will Chambers crossed shortly before half-time before Mann made it a double in the 53rd minute with a brilliant show and go to send Storm into a 10-point lead.
Brisbane finally broke through on the hour mark through Jack Reed but when Corey Parker missed the conversion, leaving the Storm lead at six, the window was open for some Cronk magic.
The champion halfback played his part to cooly slot the 20m field goal and hand the visitors a fifth straight win over the Broncos at Suncorp.
With the Sea Eagles trumping Cronulla later that weekend it secured Storm a top four finish – their eighth in the last 10 seasons.

Acknowledgement of Country

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