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Canberra, Australia - July 22 : NYC Round 20  GIO Stadium on July  22 2017 in Canberra Australia

 NRL Photos: Keegan Carroll

Finals may be out of the question but the next two weeks mean a lot for the Thunderbolts.

Storm’s Under-20s will play the first of the last two games at home on the Sunshine Coast when they take on the Rabbitohs this Saturday.

They turned their form around last week to record their ninth win of the season in emphatic fashion, defeating the Knights 54-18 in Newcastle.

While the top out is out of reach, there is plenty to be said for what the next two weeks holds at home to end the 2017 campaign.

“It is pretty fitting, there are a lot of local kids in our squad so we want to make sure we can put two good performances together,” Thunderbolts coach Eric Smith said.

“The boys are really happy to be playing their last couple of games on the Coast. They are obviously pretty up beat after the weekend.

“We are disappointed we are not playing finals but we are determined to finish the year with performances we can be proud of.”

Storm v Bunnies at AAMI Park! Saturday 26 August, 5.30pm. Be there!

Storm NYC Thunderbolts v South Sydney Rabbitohs
Saturday 26 August, 2.45pm
Sunshine Coast Stadium

1. Jack Cornford
2. Harlan Collins
3. Jesse Arthars
4. Will Toloi
5. Sale Finau
6. Braydon Trindall
7. Matt Egan
8. Jirah Momoisea
9. Harry Grant
10. Clayton Dodt
11. Beau Fermor
12. Jacob Tonge
13. Jake Elmore           

14. Caleb Daunt
15. Tino Fa’asuamaleaui
16. Dale Madden
17. Kea Pere
18. Jack White
19. Taumutu Afemui-Nohotima
20. Pio Nakubuwai
21. Jake Ainsworth
22. Lachlan Foulds
23. Augustus Rangihuna

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.