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Everything You Auto Know About Round 4

Sunday footy is back in Melbourne as the Foxx returns to AAMI Park for our face-off against the Canterbury Bulldogs - with kids in free!

Key Info

Storm Zone's Kid's Day: from 1.30pm

Jersey Flegg Cup on Gosch's Paddock - Victorian Thunderbolts v Canterbury Bulldogs kick-off: 2pm

Gates: 3pm

RedZed's Kids Day Out: 3.35pm

Grill’d Giveaway – Make sure you are in your seats to win: 3.40pm

2012 Premiership Celebration: 3.50pm

NRL kick-off: 4.05pm

Get your tickets here - kids come free!

Watch live on 9Gem (VIC), Channel 9 (NSW/QLD/NT), Fox League and Kayo.

Venue Info

Storm Zone’s Kid’s Day kicks off at 1:30pm on Gosch's Paddock prior to Storm's clash with the Bulldogs, come on down before you go into the stadium to get involved in all the action.

  • Kids Activities
  • Live Music
  • Grill'd - Free giveaways and Try cards
  • RedZed Archway
  • Hush Puppies inflatable
  • Membership services
  • Suzuki Activation
  • NRL Victoria League Stars
  • Food Trucks

For more information on getting to and around AAMI Park, see below. 

Team News


Harry Grant and Xavier Coates are set to return to the starting squad after the pair missed out on Round 3 due to illness and injury, respectively.

Grant has been named in the No. 9 jersey with Brandon Smith reverting to an interchange role. It will be the first time this year the dynamic duo will both appear.

Nick Meaney will step back onto the interchange, while Tyran Wishart will return to the extended bench after a stint away as a household contact of Grant.


Prop, Jack Hetherington will miss Round 4 after being diagnosed with a dislocated shoulder. Hetherington's place in the second row will be taken by Corey Waddell, with Luke Thompson moving into the starting prop position.

Alongside, former Storm stars Josh Addo-Carr and Max King will return to Melbourne in different colours, with the Foxx starting in his usual wing position and King on the interchange.


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.

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