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Stats that Matter: Round 6 v Sharks

Here are the stats from Saturday’s strong win against the Sharks at AAMI Park. 


The highest attendance for a Storm game at AAMI Park in 2022, so far. Melbourne welcomed the return of Saturday night footy with open arms. Dubbed one of the best NRL clashes of the season so far, these fans witnessed a great night of footy. 


63 minutes into the match, hooker Harry Grant put down our fifth and final try of the night. After 110 passes, Grant secured the ball for himself, forced his way through to sneak around the opposition and over the line to further our lead. 

Harry sneaks one over


Nelson Asofa-Solomona fortified our defensive efforts landing 15 tackles in his 48 minutes of play on Saturday night. With 100% tackle efficiency, Big NAS made his presence felt in defence. 


Centre, Justin Olam, made Saturday night his own after securing two incredible tries.  

Opening up the scoring for Storm, Olam casually slid himself over the line after a neat hand-off from Nick Meaney created an opening in the Sharks defence in the last 10m.  

The second saw Olam score an uninterrupted try off a scrum play. 

Olam opens scoring for Melbourne

Olam scores off scrum play

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.