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Melbourne Storm Team of the Decade boasts Cameron Smith, Billy Slater, Cooper Cronk

Gilbert Gardiner, Herald Sun

Seventeen premiership stars.

It says a bit about how successful Melbourne Storm has been since 2009, turning four minor premierships in six grand final appearances and two premierships.

Most if not all of the positions were set and forget, with Immortals-in-waiting Cameron Smith, Billy Slater and Cooper Cronk leading the way.

Electric wingers Suliasi Vunivalu and Josh Addo-Carr get in on their effectiveness, strike rate and potency, as well helping the Storm secure the 2017 premiership.

Playmaker Cameron Munster has been nothing short of a revelation at the Storm, first at fullback then as premiership and representative five-eighth.

With current co-captains Jesse Bromwich and Dale Finucane getting towards the twilight of their careers, Munster’s maturity in recent years has the Rockhampton junior on the leadership radar.

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