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Feeder Report: Round 10 & 11

Over the weekend, Melbourne Storm’s feeder clubs the Brisbane Tigers and the North Sydney Bears returned to the winners circle in their respective competitions, while the Sunshine Coast Falcons fell just short of completing the trifecta following a bye round. 

After last week’s 46-point loss, the Tigers bounced back at Totally Workwear Stadium with determination, getting the win over the South Logan Magpies, 40-34. 

Storm Train and trial recipient Coby Williamson put Brisbane on the scoreboard with a try in the opening 16 minutes, quickly followed by a 24-point blitz from teammate Tristan Hope to keep the lead.  

Storm alum, Kane Bradley topped the stats with 184 run meters – the most of any player on Sunday afternoon. 

Unfortunately, the Falcons weren’t as lucky later in the day going down 30-22 to the Wynnum Manly Seagulls at Ron Stark Oval.  

Positively, Ammaron (AJ) Gudgeon made a promising HostPlus Cup debut, clocking in 80 minutes at fullback and recording a try assist, a line-break and a tackle-break. 
Victorian Young Tonumaipea went on to score a double for his regular feeder club, but the effort was not to be rewarded with a win. 

Down south the Bears succeed with a 10-point victory over the South Sydney Rabbitohs, further securing their spot in the Top 4 of the 2024 Knock-On Effect NSW Cup competition. 

Next week, the Bears will take on the Warriors at North Sydney Oval, while in Queensland the Falcons face the Tweed Seagulls. The Tigers will enjoy a well-deserved by week before returning in Round 12 to take on the Blackhawks. 

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.