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Melbourne loses to the Cronulla Sharks 30-10, putting up anotherperformance that leaves the Storm’s frustrated coach Craig Bellamysearching for answers. (The Age — 1 May, 2005)
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Melbourne Storm fullback Billy Slater last night said he was unsureif he had head-slammed David Simmons. (Sydney Morning Herald — 1 May, 2005)
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Storm 10 Sharks 30 MELBOURNE Storm and Queensland Origin fullback Billy Slater fears he and team-mate Cameron Smith could come under scrutiny from the NRL judiciary this week after a tackle left Sharks winger David Simmons with heavy concussion. (The Australian — 1 May, 2005)
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Storm 10 Sharks 30 MELBOURNE’s rollercoaster season plunged downward tonight as Cronulla coasted to victory in their NRL match at Olympic Park. (The Australian — 30 April, 2005)
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There’s one thing Brett Kimmorley loves more than winning andthat’s winning in Melbourne. (Sydney Morning Herald — 30 April, 2005)
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Melbourne’s rollercoaster season has plunged downward as Cronullacoasted to a 30-10 win in their NRL match at Olympic Park. (Sydney Morning Herald — 30 April, 2005)
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Scott Hill’s focus is on Cronulla’s in-form halves as MelbourneStorm attempts to build on its return to form. (The Age — 29 April, 2005)
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Cronulla Sharks full-back David Peachey is one of those players whoinvokes the full spectrum of emotions. (The Age — 30 April, 2005)
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Even coach Graham Murray can’t deny North Queensland’s premiershipcredentials after the Cowboys stormed to the top of the NRL tablefor the first time. (Sydney Morning Herald — 17 hours ago)
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