Storm ready for Shark attack
Craig Bellamy knows what his side will be walking into on Sunday afternoon, after all they will face a team not too different from their own.
Hard-nosed, competitive and relentless for 80 minutes.
These characteristics are ones which Storm share with their opponents this weekend.
The Sharks have made an indifferent start to 2017, winning one of their first three games before steadying the ship with back-to-back wins in recent weeks.
Storm on the other hand remain the only unbeaten team in the competition with five wins from five games.
Form lines tip this Grand Final rematch in Melbourne’s favour but the Storm coach knows better than to believe in anything like that.
“They are a very talented team, not only are they a talented team but they are a very competitive team,” Bellamy said.
“That what gave them the success that they had last year. There are a lot of guys that compete hard for 80 minutes in that side.
“You don’t win a Grand Final without having a very talented and competitive team which is exactly what they are.”
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