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The Thunderbolts are setting themselves for a big fortnight, starting with this Saturday’s clash with the Titans at Suzuki Field.

Having won just one of their last five games, the next two games shape as crucial for Storm’s Under-20s.

The Thunderbolts currently sit in seventh spot on the NYC ladder with a 5-4 record and take on a Gold Coast team this week that will be full of confidence after defeating the highly fancied Cowboys in their last outing.

With plenty of opportunity ahead of this young squad, the Thunderbolts are ready for what lies ahead.

“We’ve got two more games, a bye and then we get into a block of six games,” Storm Under-20s coach Eric Smith said.

“Obviously we are really focused on this weekend’s games but this two-week block is what we really want to perform well in heading into our next bye.

“We have still got some guys in our squad that haven’t played yet this year and I know they are really excited to get their opportunity. There are some guys that are going to get a crack this weekend who haven’t played in a little while.

“Those guys are keeping us pretty fresh, turning up with a good attitude and doing everything they can to get back in the team.”

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Storm NYC Thunderbolts v Gold Coast Titans
Saturday 13 May, 2:45pm
Langlands Park, Suzuki Field

1. Cory Parker
2. Harlan Collins
3. Jacob Tonge
4. Jesse Arthars
5. Sale Finau
6. Hayden Herbert
7. Matt Egan
8. Jake Ainsworth
9. Harry Grant
10. Clayton Dodt
11. Beau Fermor
12. Louis Geraghty
13. Tevita Alifa

14. Jake Elmore
15. Jaiyden Hunt
16. Dale Madden
17. Jirah Momoisea
18. Kea Pere
19. Dechlan Day
20. Caleb Daunt
21. Braydon Trindall
22. Isaak Pedersen
23. Jack Cornford

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.