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Not many would relish a Trans-Tasman rivalry more than Kenny Bromwich.

An Auckland native who now calls Melbourne home, Bromwich cannot wait for the most anticipated home game of the year.

This ANZAC Day clash between the Storm and Warriors has attracted an average crowd of more than 23,000 fans across seven years.

With AAMI Park set for another electric atmosphere on Tuesday night, the Melbourne playing group is counting down the days.

“It is a massive game here at AAMI Park,” Bromwich said.

“To play on ANZAC Day is a massive occasion for both nations and I am excited to play on it. It is big for both of our nations and big for my family too.

“The Warriors have come together nicely the last couple of weeks, their attack is looking pretty fluent. 

“They seem to be defending pretty solidly too so it is going to be a good encounter on Tuesday and we are really looking forward to it.”

Storm and the Warriors will kick-off their ANZAC Day blockbuster at 7pm. 

The ANZAC Day Blockbuster. 25 April. AAMI Park. Be there!
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