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A look back at Storm x Warriors ANZAC Day clashes

Since the inaugural Trans-Tasman ANZAC Day clash in 2009 ended in a 14-14 draw, the fixture has become one of our biggest regular season games.

Each year on April 25 we are privileged to write another chapter in this storied rivalry, here's a look back at the story so far.

  • 2009: Storm 14 Warriors 14
  • 2010: Storm 40 Warriors 6
  • 2011: Warriors 18 Storm 14
  • 2012: Storm 32 Warriors 14
  • 2013: Storm 28 Warriors 18
  • 2014: Warriors 16 Storm 10
  • 2016: Storm 42 Warriors 0
  • 2017: Storm 20 Warriors 14
  • 2018: Storm 50 Warriors 10
  • 2019: Storm 13 Warriors 12

Supporters descended on AAMI Park in droves in 2014 - a record crowd of 28,716 watched the match from the stands.

Storm recorded the biggest margin in the series (42 points) in 2016 and Melbourne also scored the most points in a game (50) in 2018.

Will Chambers holds the record for most individual tries in a game (three), a feat he achieved in the 2012 match.

Chambers also stands as the player who has scored the most individual tries in the Storm v Warriors ANZAC Day series (six) since its inception.

Former skipper Cameron Smith scored the most individual points in a game (18) in 2018.

Smith also holds the record for the most individual points scored in the series (74), with one try and 35 goals.

Cam Smith has also made the most appearances since 2009. He has played in 10 matches.

29 Melbourne Storm players have scored in an ANZAC Day game, with only one player scoring a field goal - Brodie Croft in 2019.

The top three try scorers in the series so far: Will Chambers (six), Billy Slater (four), Josh Addo-Carr and Cooper Cronk (three).

The biggest halftime lead was recorded in 2018, when Storm led 38-0.

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.