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Minor Premiership up for grabs

On Friday night Melbourne Storm has the opportunity to win its third successive Minor Premiership. The equation is simple, win and the J.J. Giltinan Shield will remain in Melbourne. Should the result not go their way, Storm fans will be forced to wait until the Roosters play the Eels on Saturday night to determine if they will stay on top of the NRL ladder. Craig Bellamy's men will be determined to keep destiny in their own hands and get the job done on Friday night.

Saying #ThanksBilly & #ThanksHoffy

AAMI Park will be a sea of emotion on Friday night as Melburnians get the opportunity to farewell two of the greatest players to ever wear the purple jersey. Although Billy has had to withdraw from the game due to a serious family illness, the Club will still proceed with honouring both he and Ryan Hoffman.. The champions will feature prominently as part of the pre-game Blackout so make sure you are in your seats by 7.30pm. This is your chance to bid farewell to these two all-time Storm greats in the last home game of the 2018 season. The annual departing players package will also be shown after the game.

Pre-game show like no other

The most electrifying pre-game in Australian sport will be back this Friday night - bigger and better than ever. With light shows, Billy & Hoffy tribute packages and roof projections it is set to be a night Storm fans will never forget. Be in your seats from 7.30pm, it will be a show you will not want to miss! Supported by Molly Meldrum, Friday night will feature a special LIVE concert before the game. The concert, which kicks off at 7pm, is being held to raise awareness for undiagnosed disease and autism. Experience a selection of various artists in Australian music who will be raising the good vibes at AAMI Park before the Blackout begins.

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.