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Bellamy's Round 4 rundown

Craig Bellamy chatted to the media ahead of Storm's Friday night clash with the Wests Tigers.

Here are the bite-size bits you need to know ahead of the Round 4 matchup!

Munster looking hopeful to return

After suffering a compound fracture in his ring finger in Round 1, Cameron Munster completed Captain's run training without any hiccups putting Round 4 as a front-runner for the five-eighth's return.

"He got through that okay, I don't see any issues, but you know I'm sure the doctor will still have a look at it and see if there is any dangers...but like I say, he's done everything he had to do today."

"We'll take that [decision to play] out of both our hands and if the medical people are happy with it, we'll play and if they're not, we'll give you another week."

Bouncing back

With two losses on the trot, the head coach is eager to turn things around on Friday night and is hoping for vast improvement when his side returns to AAMI Park. 

"From what I've seen, there's some poor efforts and a lack of care in what we're doing and how we're doing it so hopefully, we'll do better in that area this week."

"It's alright for us, we can see what's going on but you're not actually on the field so our leaders have to get a better handle on what we need to do and how we need to do it and decide in a couple of important moments in the game what we have to do."

"Last week at half time we were six points up and within 5 minutes of the second-half the opposition scored two tries and both the tries come off our passes. So, that's not realising what the situation is and what's important."

Jahrome out, Jonah in

Earlier in the week halfback Jahrome Hughes was served a two match ban by the NRL judiciary for a dangerous contact in Round 3, seeing him miss Rounds 4 and 5. 

After impressing on his debut last week, Storm player 229 Jonah Pezet (who's preferred position is halfback) will take the place of the New Zealeand test player, in the Melbourne run on side Friday night at AAMI Park. 

"He's done a good job, last week in his debut. There's a couple of things he needs to be probably a little bit better at but, like I say, he's expecting to come in here and win the game on his own."

"So I will say he's a confident young kid and he's got good skills, so hopefully he'll do a good job tomorrow night for us."

An All Black steps out with Storm squad 

All Black utility Jordie Barrett joined the Melbourne Storm training regime this week as part of a professional development exchange. 

"All the All Blacks have to have two weeks off from their Club scene so I think one of his weeks he's come over here he's obviously had a couple of days here with us and I think he had a day or two with Richmond as well."

"He's just like that. That's probably why he is what he is. He's trying to get better all the time and seeing different things."

"Hughesy's been hanging off his hip for the last three days so hopefully he's gotten something out of it."

"It's been great having him here and the guys are a bit in awe of him and it's been good."

"They're [the All Blacks] always welcome. They're always really welcoming to us and to a lot of our people over the years players and coaches so we're only too happy to return the favour."

Acknowledgement of Country

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