Ebene News – AU – LIVE: Storm ‘Savage’ wiping out terrible tigers

The Storm could be on the verge of claiming their biggest win over the Tigers, having taken a 40-0 lead at halftime

Melbourne claimed the biggest win of all time against the joint venture club on Matchday 18 2001, when they beat the Tigers 64-0 In this match, Melbourne led only 24-0 at the break

Cooper Cronk called it a “bloodbath” and said he hadn’t seen “a worse start”

As trainer Michael Maguire tore his troops apart in the hangars, Ennis also said: “Michael Maguire is absolutely furious with his chest in the air He’s absolutely disgusted and so he should be”

The Storm got off to a flying start against the Tigers, completing five converted tries in the first 17 minutes to lead 30-0

Hooker Brandon Smith continued his incredible streak of tries by bulldozing from halfway down the dummy in the third minute, before fullback Nicho Hynes completed a dazzling stint in the fifth minute

What followed was a try by Cameron Munster on a short ball from Dale Finucane in the 10th minute, before Finucane hit for his own try in the 13th minute and Nelson Asofa-Solomona crashed less. three minutes later

Boom winger Ken Maumalo shows up tonight for the Wests Tigers for the first time after leaving the Warriors during the week

And, remarkably, he’s aiming for a third hat trick against the Storm this season, having already crossed for three tries against Melbourne in rounds 7 and 14

1 Nicho Hynes 2 George Jennings 3 Reimis Smith 4 Justin Olam 5 Josh Addo-Carr 6 Cameron Munster 7 Jahrome Hughes 8 Nelson Asofa-Solomona 9 Brandon Smith 15 Tui Kamikamica 11 Felis Kaufusi 12 Tom Eisenhuth 13 Dale Finucane 14 Harry Grant 10 Welsh Christian 16 Chris Lewis 17 Aaron Pene

1 Daine Laurie 2 David Nofoaluma 3 Tommy Talau 4 James Roberts 5 Ken Maumalo 6 Moïse Mbye 7 Luc Brooks 8 James Tamou 9 Jacob Liddle 10 Alex Twal 11 Luc Garner 12 Luciano Leilua 13 Joe Ofahengau 14 Stefano Utoikamanu 15 Shawn Blore 16 Tom Amone 17 Alex Seyfarth

The Dragons scored two quick tries in minutes to sweat the Raiders with a narrow four-point lead at WIN Stadium

It was first Gerard Beale who took the plunge thanks to a slalom descent by Ben Hunt

And two minutes later, Tyrell Sloan scored his first NRL try to fly the Saints

Joseph Tapine crashes to start the second and the Dragons will have to react quickly if they want to stay in there!

The Dragons entered the chessboard with a crucial try late in the first half against the Raiders

Billy Burns made his way through the Raiders’ defense with a lightning pass from Ben Hunt from five yards

Raiders have the Dragons on their backs early thanks to an easy try from Corey Harawira-Naera

Josh Hodgson beautifully picked Harawira-Naera after slipping away from the supermodel half, allowing his teammate to crash for the night’s first points

Harawira-Naera had no trouble passing Corey Norman who was less than impressive in the individual tackle, allowing the Raiders to jump to WIN Stadium

Fox Sports’ Dan Ginnane added: “He just went through a huge hole and the Raiders are breaking the Dragons”

Dragons vs Raiders

Ebene News – AU – LIVE: “Savage” Storm wiping out terrible tigers

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