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Stats that matter: Round 15 v Sharks

Check out the stats that matter from Melbourne Storm's Indigenous Round clash with the Sharks at AAMI Park!


Storm fullback Nick Meaney celebrated his 100th NRL game with an outstanding performance in front of family, friends and a boisterous home crowd.

Reigning in 18 of the Club's 54 points through eight conversions and a penalty goal, Meaney showed his first-grade experience after throwing himself at Sharks fullback Will Kennedy for a try-saving tackle, preventing the visitors from going over a second time.

18 tries at AAMI Park

Xavier Coates continues to prove he's found a home in Melbourne, ringing in an overall 18 tries in 15 games at AAMI Park after going over the line twice within two minutes in the Round 15 match-up.

After scoring a try on his first trip down south with the Broncos, the winger has gone on to score one or more tries in nine separate home games since pulling on purple.

214 run metres

Cameron Munster had a performance full of attack, clocking in 214 run metres for the Storm contingent.

While not scoring a try of his own, the five-eighth made sure his team got their eighth win of the season, contributing to three try-assists, two line-break assists followed by his own personal line-break.

First try of 2023

Josh King found his footing Sunday evening, putting the Steeden down for his first try of 2023.

As the right edge opened up in the 50th minute of play, King sored through the Sharks' defence with his first line-break to secure Storm's seventh try.

With 164 run metres, 11 hit-ups and 20 tackles made, the prop was a stand-out in the home side.

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.