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  •   Home > News > Sports > Rugby League

    Melbourne will play their next three NRL home games at Sunshine Coast Stadium, with 6000 fans expected for their first match on Friday week against Gold Coast

    Melbourne will play their next three NRL home games at Sunshine Coast Stadium, with 6000 fans expected for their first match on Friday week against Gold Coast

    - article from www.rugbyleague.co.nz

    While their real home goes into stage 3 lockdown for the next six weeks to try to get on top of rising COVID-19 cases, the Storm are strengthening ties with their Queensland base.

    As well as the Titans in round 10, they will also host successive matches there in early August against Newcastle and Canterbury.

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