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As he prepares for his third Grand Final appearance Will Chambers knows what he will be telling his teammates who will be experiencing their first – enjoy it.

Opportunity like this did not come around all that often and that is something not lost on this current group of Storm players.

They will head into Sunday’s decider against the Sharks making sure they are ready to take it with both hands.

“It’s an exciting time for this organisation and I guess the boys are all excited as well,” Chambers said.

“I know there’s a couple of young kids here that have never been there and it’s going to be a shock to them when we get to Sydney but they’ve just got to make sure that when it’s footy, it’s footy.

“They can’t get caught up in everything that’s going on and it is a big day on Sunday.”

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Melbourne and Cronulla enjoyed one win apiece during the season as both games were both physical and frenetic encounters.

It will be no surprise if the Grand Final is played in similar fashion.

“They’ve got threats all over the field and a big forward pack that drives them up the field well.

“We are going to have to be at our best though, we’ve had two encounters with them this year and they’ve been very physical and tough games.

“We just have to make sure we prepare well and go from there.”

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