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How Storm stint helped Nofoaluma love footy again

David Nofoaluma has described his six-game stint with the Storm as “one of the best things of my career” after a maiden finals appearance helped him fall back in love with the game after almost a decade of heartbreak.

With the Tigers no chance of playing finals footy last season, Nofoaluma – who spent time in reserve grade last year – made the call to move south where the Storm were experiencing a backline crisis with a number of players out injured.

It was rumoured at the time that the move could spell the end of his career at the club he made his NRL debut with back in 2013, with Nofoaluma seemingly fed up with their inability to challenge for titles.

The 29-year-old moved to Richmond where he lived by himself within walking distance of AAMI Park and was able to live out a childhood dream when he made his finals debut in what turned out to be his final Storm game against the Raiders.

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