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Speaking on Wednesday, Kenny Bromwich shared his excitement to face old teammates ahead of our match-up against the Canterbury Bulldogs this Sunday. 

“Yeah, should be good. I’ve played against (Josh Addo-Carr) a couple of times with the Indigenous All-Stars and he seems to always get a bit lippy throughout the week, and this week has been no different, so I’m excited to play against him this weekend,” Bromwich said. 

“(Max King) is there as well which should be pretty exciting.” 

While securing two of three wins so far this season, it has not come easy for the Storm squad with major injuries and COVID protocols forcing significant changes to the line-up each week.  

Pre-season preparation forecasting both those scenarios has proved a saving grace for the Club, but Bromwich admits there are areas Storm needs to tidy up ahead of Sunday’s clash. 

“In the pre-season, we all trained in a few different areas,” Bromwich said.  

“It’d be good to get some consistency in our positions and within the team, but that’s not always going to be the case. 

“The guys that have come in, they’ve been doing a really good job, but there’s some improvements there that we need to make. 

“I think that once we get consistency there with people in the spots, I think we’ll really start clicking and building a lot of pressure on some teams and making a lot of the games easier on ourselves.” 

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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.