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Feeder Report: Round 4 & 5

It was a big weekend for Melbourne Storm’s feeder outfits, scoring a combined total of 122 points as all three teams recorded big wins in their respective Round 4 and Round 5 clashes. 

With all three teams boasting home ground advantage this weekend, both the Sunshine Coast Falcons and Brisbane Tigers recorded their second win for the season as several Storm contracted players impressed. 

Reigning Premiers Brisbane Tigers put the Western Clydesdales to the sword with a dominant 48-0 win while the Sunshine Coast Falcons produced a strong 80-minute performance to defeat the Northern Pride 32-10.

Six Storm players got on the try scoring sheet on Saturday, Tristan Powell, Kane Bradley, Joe Chan and Jonah Pezet all scoring for the Tigers while Grant Anderson and Young Tonumaipea opened the scoring for the Falcons. 

For the Tigers, Marion Seve registered nine tackle breaks and 177 run metres while Joe Chan also had eight tackle breaks and 109 run metres to go with his four-pointer.

For the Falcons, Grant Anderson continued to impress after making his return from injury, racking up six tackle breaks, one line break and 116 run metres.

Meanwhile in the NSW Knock On Effect Cup, three Storm players cashed in on a high scoring 42-16 win as the Bears proved too strong for the Western Suburbs Magpies on Sunday afternoon.

Dean Ieremia, Nelson Asofa-Solomona and Tepai Moeroa all found the tryline in the second half as Bears ran in eight tries for the afternoon. 

Bronson Garlick impressed in his return from injury registering 37 tackles while Nelson Asofa-Solomona produced 133 run metres and four tackle breaks.

NSW Cup Highlights | Bears v Magpies - Round Five

Dean Ieremia ran for the most metres of any player, racking up 178m while Tepai Moeroa also proved a handful for the Magpies defence, his try complimenting his eight tackle breaks and 138 run metres. 

The Bears will now gear up to face the Parramatta Eels at Commbank Stadium while the Sunshine Coast Falcons will face the South Logan Magpies and the Brisbane Tigers having the bye. 

Acknowledgement of Country

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