2004 Melbourne Storm season

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2004 Melbourne Storm season
NRL 6th
Play-off result Semi Final Loss
2004 record Wins: 13; Draws: 0; Losses: 11
Points scored For: 684; Against: 517
Team information
Coach Craig Bellamy
Captain
Stadium Olympic Park Stadium
Top scorers
Tries Stephen Bell (18)
Goals Matt Orford (56)
Points Matt Orford (153)
2003 List of seasons 2005 >

The 2004 Melbourne Storm season was the 7th in the club's history. They competed in the NRL's 2004 Telstra Premiership and finished the regular season 6th (of 15) before reaching the semi-final where they were knocked out by eventual premiers, Bulldogs RLFC.

Draw and Results[edit]

Round Opponent Result Mel. Opp. Date Venue
1 BYE
2 Newcastle Knights Loss 26 36 Mar 21 Olympic Park
3 St. George Illawarra Dragons Win 34 6 Mar 28 Telstra Stadium
4 Brisbane Broncos Loss 26 34 Apr 4 Suncorp Stadium
5 Penrith Panthers Loss 26 30 Apr 11 Penrith Football Stadium
6 South Sydney Rabbitohs Win 50 4 Apr 17 Olympic Park
7 North Queensland Cowboys Win 28 6 Apr 24 Olympic Park
8 New Zealand Warriors Loss 14 20 May 2 Mt Smart
9 Cronulla Sharks Loss 26 36 May 8 Olympic Park
10 Parramatta Eels Win 36 16 May 16 Parramatta Stadium
11 Canberra Raiders Win 22 18 May 22 Olympic Park
12 Newcastle Knights Win 28 18 May 29 EnergyAustralia Stadium
13 Wests Tigers Win 30 24 Jun 5 Olympic Park
14 South Sydney Rabbitohs Loss 26 28 Jun 12 SFS
15 BYE
16 New Zealand Warriors Win 42 6 Jun 26 Olympic Park
17 Penrith Panthers Win 66 14 Jul 2 Olympic Park
18 Canterbury Bulldogs Loss 18 25 Jul 11 Sydney Showground
19 Wests Tigers Loss 18 32 Jul 17 Leichhardt Oval
20 Parramatta Eels Win 22 16 Jul 24 Olympic Park
21 Sydney Roosters Loss 10 26 Aug 1 Olympic Park
22 St. George Illawarra Dragons Loss 14 34 Aug 6 WIN Stadium
23 Canberra Raiders Win 36 18 Aug 15 Canberra Raiders
24 Canterbury Bulldogs Win 22 12 Aug 22 Olympic Park
25 Cronulla Sharks Win 36 28 Aug 28 Toyota Park
26 Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles Loss 28 30 Sep 5 Brookvale Oval
Qualifying Final Brisbane Broncos Win 31 14 Sep 11 Suncorp Stadium
Semi Final Canterbury Bulldogs Loss 18 43 Sep 19 SFS

Ladder[edit]

Team Pld W D L B PF PA PD Pts
1 Eastern Suburbs colours.svg Sydney 24 19 0 5 2 710 368 +342 42
2 Canterbury colours.svg Bulldogs 24 19 0 5 2 760 491 +269 42
3 Brisbane colours.svg Brisbane 24 16 1 7 2 602 533 +69 37
4 Penrith colours.svg Penrith 24 15 0 9 2 672 567 +105 34
5 St. George colours.svg St George Illawarra 24 14 0 10 2 624 415 +209 32
6 Melbourne colours.svg Melbourne 24 13 0 11 2 684 517 +167 30
7 North Queensland colours.svg North Queensland 24 12 1 11 2 526 514 +12 29
8 Canberra colours.svg Canberra 24 11 0 13 2 554 613 -59 26
9 Wests Tigers colours.svg Wests Tigers 24 10 0 14 2 509 534 -25 24
10 Newcastle colours.svg Newcastle 24 10 0 14 2 516 617 -101 24
11 Cronulla colours.svg Cronulla 24 10 0 14 2 528 645 -117 24
12 Parramatta colours.svg Parramatta 24 9 0 15 2 517 626 -109 22
13 Manly Sea Eagles colours.svg Manly 24 9 0 15 2 615 754 -139 22
14 New Zealand colours.svg New Zealand 24 6 0 18 2 427 693 -266 16
15 South Sydney colours.svg South Sydney 24 5 2 17 2 455 812 -357 16

Awards and honours[edit]

  • Peter Frilingos Memorial Award for the headline moment of the year: Billy Slater

References[edit]

  1. ^ "NRL Honour Board". melbournestorm.com.au. Melbourne Storm. Retrieved 10 February 2014.