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  •   Home > News > Sports > Rugby League

    The Warriors' decade-long losing streak against Melbourne continues...with the Storm overcoming a horror start to win 38-24 in their NRL encounter at Mt Smart

    The Warriors' decade-long losing streak against Melbourne continues...with the Storm overcoming a horror start to win 38-24 in their NRL encounter at Mt Smart

    - article from www.rugbyleague.co.nz

    The Wahs shot out to a 14-nil lead, but unravelled to concede seven tries...most of them created by the Storm's Kiwi halfback Jahrome Hughes.

    Warriors captain Tohu Harris has rued a lack of concentration at crucial moments.



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     15 Jul: Steel coach Reinga Bloxham will cast her emotions to the side as she prepares for her last two ANZ Premiership games in charge
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     15 Jul: Warriors chief executive Cameron George has revealed the secrets behind this year's run of seven sold-out NRL home games at 26 thousand capacity Mt Smart Stadium
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