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Stats that Matter: Indigenous Round v Manly

Here are the important stats from last night’s Indigenous Round clash with the Manly Sea-Eagles at AAMI Park. 

Cameron Munster used his ‘Munny magic’ last night, propelling his side to victory with two tries and a stellar performance. 

In spectacular, Munster fashion the five-eighth clocked in two steals, 18 runs for 141 metres, one try-assist, one line-break, five tackle-breaks and 25 tackles. 


Kenny Bromwich reached a special milestone last night, becoming the fastest player to reach 150 wins in the Origin era. 

After celebrating his 200th game in Round 9, Bromwich scored Storm’s fifth try of the match last night as he continues to shine in the second row. 


Storm are yet to lose a Thursday night game at AAMI Park. Winning the last 9 nine Thursday night clashes on home soil, the Club went to continue the tradition by securing a 20-point win against Manly last night. 

High balls were Storm’s best friend last night, with the team completing 7 bombs across the night. Jahrome Hughes’ return from injury saw him add an additional kicking option with the halfback recording four high balls as Cameron Munster put up three across the 80 minutes. 

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.