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Top of the table after four rounds the Thunderbolts have been sweeping all before them so far this season.

An emphatic 62-24 win over Wests Tigers on Sunday afternoon proved how far this Under-20s team has come in the last twelve months.

Their ability to build pressure on teams has vastly improved however a tough test awaits on Saturday at Sunshine Coast Stadium.

It will be a 1st v 2nd clash as the Thunderbolts face a Penrith side that has long been dominant at NYC level.

“They’ve been the benchmark in the Under-20s competition for the last three years,” Thunderbolts coach Eric Smith said.

“It is going to be a really tough task for us, we are looking forward to it though.”

“We are confident in our ability but it is going to be a good gauge for us to see how well we really are travelling.”

Be there for Storm's next home game at AAMI Park in Round 5, Saturday 1 April at 7:30pm.

See the Thunderbolts team for Round 5:

Storm NYC Thunderbolts v Penrith Panthers
Saturday 1st April 3:45pm
Sunshine Coast Stadium

1. Scott Drinkwater
2. Harlan Collins
3. Jesse Arthars
4. Sale Finau
5. Cory Parker
6. Hayden Herbert
7. Brayden Trindall
8. Jirah Momoisea
9. Harry Grant
10. Clayton Dodt
11. Beau Fermor
12. Louis Geraghty
13. Tevita Alifa

14. Jake Elmore
15. Jake Ainsworth
16. Isaak Pedersen
17. Dale Madden
18. Taumutu Afemui-Nohotima
19. Will Toloi
20. Dechlan Day
21. Caleb Daunt
22. Lachlan Foulds
23. Joel Gittins

Acknowledgement of Country

Melbourne Storm respect and honour the Traditional Custodians of the land and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on the lands we meet, gather and play on.