Broncos fight back to beat Titans 36-28 after trailing 22-0, Storm dish out thrashing to Sharks

The Broncos looked down and out before staging a remarkable comeback to defeat the Titans, while the Sharks are licking their wounds following a thumping loss to the Storm in Melbourne.

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Storm roar home to beat Sharks

Josh Addo-Carr was among the Storm’s try scorers against the Sharks.(

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The Storm recovered from a sluggish start to race away with a crushing 40-14 victory over Cronulla to maintain their unbeaten 2021 record in Melbourne.

And compounding the misery for the Sharks, captain Wade Graham, who was returning from a two-week concussion lay-off, left the field for a HIA in the 68th minute after another head knock and failed to return.

Cronulla took an 8-6 lead into half-time after a dominant opening, with the Storm looking below par coming off a five-day turnaround following their Anzac Day match against the Warriors.

Making uncustomary errors, the Storm’s only first-half try was a 90-metre effort by Josh Addo-Carr against the run of play.

But after a serve from coach Craig Bellamy about their lacklustre handling, the home side clicked into gear and put three tries on the board within 10 minutes after the half-time break.

With Will Chambers, who played 215 matches for the Storm across two stints between 2007 and 2019, lining up for his first NRL appearance for Cronulla, the Sharks started strongly.

They were unlucky to have a Connor Tracey try called back with Chad Townsend’s long cut-out pass to the winger called forward.

And 10 minutes later Tracey was held up over line by a desperate tackle from Storm halfback Jahrome Hughes.

After Addo-Carr capitalised on a Shaun Johnson error, the Sharks hit the lead when edge forward Briton Nikora steamed to the line with playmaker Johnson this time producing the goods.

The second half was one-way traffic with Storm winger Reimis Smith collecting a hat-trick.


In his first start at hooker for the Storm, Harry Grant was outstanding.

Shrugging off a first-half dislocated finger and a sternum injury, Grant had three try assists among his team’s haul of eight.

Tracey was finally rewarded on his third attempt with a 79th minute try in the corner.




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