NRL 2020: Jahrome Hughes, Storm vs Panthers grand final …
Storm supercoach Craig Bellamy has a real knack for getting the best out of a player. Just look at the rise of Jahrome Hughes. He’s the walking, talking example of what the Storm system can do.


Are the Storm in decline and does the game want them dead?
But many good judges saw the Storm’s entry as a bit of a joke: a band of Super League leftovers and eager youngsters with an ageing, decaying former star as captain by the name of Glenn Lazarus …


Sydney Roosters defeat Sharks ahead of NRL finals, Shaun …
The Sharks are set to be without their playmaker for the upcoming NRL finals after he injured his Achilles tendon in the 34-18 loss to the Roosters, while the Storm and Titans enjoy convincing wins.


NewsNow: “Dally m” news | Every Source, Every Five Minutes …
Team List – Grand Final v Panthers Melbourne Storm – Official Site 05:56 From Titans reject to Storm star: Jahrome Hughes’ brilliant NRL rise Fox Sports (Australia) 05:01 Widespread awards success Vodafone Warriors – Official Site 04:46


NRL 2020: Top eight, Panthers, Storm, Roosters, Eels …
The top-eight is officially locked in two weeks out from finals. It’s made up of a couple of teams that have coasted through the season and some that are lucky to have snagged a spot.


The key players for every National Rugby League club in 2019
Melbourne Storm. Jahrome Hughes / Scott Drinkwater – You don’t step into the boots of a superstar of the game like Billy Slater and not be key to your team’s chances. Whether Hughes or Drinkwater …


NRL 2019 Club Guide, Key Players & Predicted League Table …
A year wiser and coming off a bright end to 2018 expect Croft to lock in the number seven, especially with Jahrome Hughes replacing Slater at fullback, and Croft will be at the forefront of the Storm’s push for yet another Grand Final appearance. Predicted Finish: 3rd. New Zealand Warriors


What are the chances of that? – Thoughts from Andrew …
It didn’t work out for Brodie Croft so they turned to a fullback Jahrome Hughes who has slowly but surely become a potent number seven. And Slater’s replacement, the sinewy “third string” Tigers reject, Ryan Papenhuysen will most likely be making his Origin debut after only one full NRL season.


Melbourne Storm | Robert Crosby
With the era of the Storm’s ‘Big Three’ coming to a close, the unenviable task afforded to Brandon Smith, Jahrome Hughes, Ryley Jacks and maligned halfback Brodie Croft in ensuring Melbourne thrive into the future will be at the forefront of the reigning Dally M medallist mind as his time in the NRL winds to a close.


Kiwis Archives – New Zealand Rugby League
The rise of Wellington-native Hughes has gone under the radar this year, due to all the drama in the NRL, but the 24-year-old has established himself as a premier halfback in the competition. After playing most of his career at fullback, Hughes switched to halfback to cater for the emerging Ryan Papenhuyzen late last year and hasn’t looked back.
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