Monday, October 1, 2012
NRL Grand Final Review
The Storm dominated possession and when the Bulldogs did manage to get their hands on the ball, the Storm either swarmed their attacking line, or charged up wide and out of the line to cut it off. However, despite this Ben Barba found open space on occassions and always looked dangerous. The Storm's attitude in defence ensured that when Barba did find space, defenders cut off his runners and ultimately shut the movement down.
Englisman James Graham will be on the end of all post game news, with a biting allegation against him. TV cameras appeared to show farly conclusively this. The Englishman is seen to have had a brain explosion during the heat of a minor fracas, but it will cost him dearly.
The Storm may not have been the best team all year, but they were considerably the better team on Grand Final Day. Well Done to the Storm.
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