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Stats that Matter: Round 4 v Tigers

Check out the key stats from Melbourne Storm's Friday night win over the Wests Tigers!

Match Highlights: Round 4 v Tigers

Forward combo

Back-rowers Trent Loiero and Josh King combined for 37 runs and 332 metres for the Melbourne side. 

Spurred on by the purple faithful, the pair only missed one tackle between them providing not only a strong attack, but also a reliable and impactful defence that saw Storm take home the win in front of their home crowd.

First try

Warbrick scores his first NRL try

New Zealand convert Will Warbrick secured his first NRL try in the opening half of the Round 4 clash following a string of impressive performances in his debut season.

Topping the team sheet for most run metres (202) and line-breaks (2), the 24-year-old has quickly found his home on the Melbourne wing and in the hearts of Storm fans.

Warbrick breaks away

50th game effort

Celebrating his 50th NRL game, Storm forward Eli Katoa recorded a solid performance at AAMI Park.

A line-break, line-break assist, try-assist and five tackle-breaks saw the Tongan in the thick of the action, helping his new side run away with the win over the Tigers.

Storm, attack!

After two consecutive losses, Melbourne Storm were back to their usual standards topping almost all attack stats in the Round 4 match up.

Most notably producing 646 post-contact metres and 1,896 total run metres, the purple contingent showed positive signs of regrouping ahead of their Round 5 clash with the Rabbitohs next week.

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.