Raiders serve as traffic cushion on the Storm’s path to glory

johnboy 5 May 2013 4

Foxsports have the thrilling news that the Melbourne Storm’s seemingly endless string of victories has been brought to a shuddering halt by our own Canberra Raiders:

Melbourne Storm’s unbeaten run has come to a crashing halt with Canberra upsetting the NRL champions 24-20 at AAMI Park.

With live-wire centre Blake Ferguson leading the charge through two first half tries, the Raiders survived a late Storm revival for a well-deserved victory.


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4 Responses to Raiders serve as traffic cushion on the Storm’s path to glory
genuis genuis 4:32 pm 06 May 13

Reece IS from NSW

watto23 watto23 8:44 am 06 May 13

yeah Reece, probably would make origin for qld, if it weren’t for Slater and inglis. Maybe a wing spot if he is lucky or injuries happen.

gungsuperstar gungsuperstar 5:18 pm 05 May 13

Heroic effort by the Raiders forwards, playing with 2 on the bench for most of the game (before Picker’s strange return after a concussion, which I’m sure the NRL will investigate).

This team is clearly much better without Dugan – Robinson is one of the form fullbacks of the comp at the moment. If only he were from NSW…

incredulousandridiculous incredulousandridiculous 1:18 pm 05 May 13

Dugan who?

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