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Stats that matter: Indigenous Round v Dolphins

Check out the stats that matter from Melbourne Storm's Indigenous Round clash with the Dolphins!

1,010 points at Suncorp Stadium

Saturday night Storm's 24-16 win over the Dolphins saw them tick over 1,000 points at Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane's home of rugby league.

Having played 36 matches at the venue, the most of any non-home ground for the Club, the men in purple have gone on to record 27 wins, including blinding victories over the Eels in 2019 (64-10) and the Broncos in last year (60-12).

89% completion rate

Heading into Round 12, Storm and the Dolphins looked evenly matched, ranking in the top four in the NRL for set completion rates at an average of 81%.

After the Melbourne side ensured a strong 89% completion rate against their new rivals, they have since escalated to second in the 2023 competition maintaining their 81% average behind an equal Panthers and Warriors (82%).

6 in 8

Winger Will Warbrick continued his impressive debut season try streak, going on to score his sixth try in eight games.

Warbrick opens the scoring

The rugby convert backed up his much-applauded double effort in Round 11, scoring Melbourne's inaugural try against the Dolphins in the first six minutes of play.

Eli's first

Coming in with Storm's third try of the night, Eli Katoa landed his first grounding in the purple jersey with five minutes left of the opening 40. 

The 23-year-old becomes the Club's fifth player to secure their first try with Melbourne this year alongside teammates Will Warbrick, Jonah Pezet, Tariq Sims and Bronson Garlick.

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.