List of Melbourne Storm records

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This is a list of records and statistics for the Melbourne Storm who have played in the Australian National Rugby League competition since 1998. This page is current as of 27 September 2014. [1]

The current Melbourne Storm all time head to head win-loss record is as follows:

Games Wins Drawn Loss Points for Points against Win %
447 281 6 160 10733 7853 63.53%

NOTE: The Storm's wins percentage is currently the best in the league.

Club Records[edit]

Top 4 Biggest Wins[edit]

Margin Score Opponent Venue Date
64 64-0 Wests Tigers Colonial Stadium 5 July 2001
64 68-4 Canberra Raiders Canberra Stadium 4 August 2013
60 70-10 St. George Illawarra Dragons MCG 3 March 2000
60 64-4 Parramatta Eels AAMI Park 25 August 2013

Top 4 Biggest Losses[edit]

Margin Score Opponent Venue Date
46 4-50 St. George Illawarra Dragons WIN Stadium 4 June 2000
46 4-50 Bulldogs Sydney Showground 10 August 2003
44 10-54 Parramatta Eels Colonial Stadium 20 July 2001
40 0-40 Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles ANZ Stadium 5 October 2008

Top 4 Highest Scores[edit]

Score Score Opponent Venue Date
70 70-10 St. George Illawarra Dragons MCG 3 March 2000
68 68-4 Canberra Raiders Canberra Stadium 4 August 2013
66 66-14 Penrith Panthers Olympic Park 2 July 2004
64 64-4 Parramatta Eels AAMI Park 25 August 2013

Top 4 Highest Scores Conceded[edit]

Score Score Opponent Venue Date
54 10-54 Parramatta Eels Colonial Stadium 20 July 2001
50 4-50 St. George Illawarra Dragons WIN Stadium 4 June 2000
50 28-50 Sydney Roosters Sydney Football Stadium 12 August 2001
50 4-50 Bulldogs Sydney Showground 10 August 2003

Most Consecutive Wins[edit]

  • 15, 4 August 2012 - 4 May 2013

Most Consecutive Losses[edit]

  • 6, 27 April 2002 - 8 June 2002

Biggest Comeback[edit]

Recovered from a 22-point deficit.

Worst Collapse[edit]

Surrendered a 16-point lead.

Individual Records[edit]

200+ Games For Club[edit]

Most Tries In A Match[edit]

Tries Player Opponent Venue Date
4 Matt Geyer Western Suburbs Magpies Lathlain Oval 8 May 1999
Auckland Warriors Olympic Park 18 June 2000
Aaron Moule Northern Eagles Colonial Stadium 13 April 2001
Jake Webster Wests Tigers Olympic Park 5 August 2006
Billy Slater Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles Etihad Stadium 11 September 2009
Sisa Waqa Newcastle Knights Hunter Stadium 09 August 2014

Most Goals In A Match[edit]

Most Points In A Match[edit]

Most Tries In A Season[edit]

Top 4 Most Tries For Club[edit]

Most Points In A Season[edit]

Top 4 Most Points For Club[edit]

Points Player Tries Goals Field Goals Time span
1653 Cameron Smith 37 752 1 2002 - present
877 Matt Orford 52 333 3 2001 - 2005
680 Billy Slater 170 0 0 2003 - present
662 Matt Geyer 113 105 0 1998 - 2008

Clive Churchill Medal (NRL Grand Final Player of the Match) winners[edit]

  • 1999 – Brett Kimmorley
  • 2007 – Greg Inglis
  • 2009 – Billy Slater
  • 2012 – Cooper Cronk

Dally M Medal (NRL Season Player of the Year) winners[edit]

  • 2006 – Cameron Smith
  • 2011 – Billy Slater
  • 2013 – Cooper Cronk

Golden Boot Award (World's Best Rugby League Player of the Year) winners[edit]

  • 2007 – Cameron Smith
  • 2008 – Billy Slater
  • 2009 – Greg Inglis

Club honours[edit]

Premierships (2/16)[edit]

Year Opponent Score Competition
1999 St. George Illawarra Dragons 20-18 NRL
2007 Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles 34-8 NRL (Stripped of title)
2009 Parramatta Eels 23-16 NRL (Stripped of title)
2012 Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs 14-4 NRL

Runners Up (2/16)[edit]

Year Opponent Score Competition
2006 Brisbane Broncos 8-15 NRL
2008 Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles 0-40 NRL

Minor Premierships (1/16)[edit]

Year Competition Wins
2006 NRL 20 (Stripped of title)
2007 NRL 21 (Stripped of title)
2008 NRL 17 (Stripped of title)
2011 NRL 19

National Youth Competition Premierships (1/4)[edit]

Year Opponent Score Competition
2009 Wests Tigers 24-22 NYC

Wooden Spoon (1/16)[edit]

Year Competition Wins
2010* NRL 14

(* denotes all competition points were stripped due to the salary cap breach).

World Club Challenge (2/4)[edit]

Year Opponent Result Score
2000 St. Helens Win 44-6
2008 Leeds Rhinos Loss 4-11
2010 Leeds Rhinos Win (Stripped of title) 18-10
2013 Leeds Rhinos Win 18-14

Finals Appearances (14/17)[edit]

1998, 1999, 2000, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014

Stadium records[edit]

Home Grounds used by the Storm[edit]

From To Stadium
1998 2000 Olympic Park Stadium
2001 2010* Docklands Stadium
2002 2009 Olympic Park Stadium
2010 present AAMI Park

* Docklands Stadium (Etihad) was only used as the Storm's sole home ground in 2001, following which the club returned to Olympic Park from 2002 and only played a small number of high profile regular season and finals games at the larger retractable-roofed stadium from 2008 until the opening of AAMI Park in 2010.

Top 5 Home Attendances[edit]

Crowd Stadium Opponent Game Status Date
33,427 Docklands Stadium Parramatta Eels Preliminary final 23/09/2007
28,716 AAMI Park New Zealand Warriors Regular Season – ANZAC Day 25/04/2014
28,580 AAMI Park New Zealand Warriors Preliminary Final 24/09/2011
27,687 Docklands Stadium Brisbane Broncos Preliminary final 26/09/2009
25,543 AAMI Park Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles Preliminary final 21/09/2012

Melbourne Storm Sponsors[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Statistics Source: rleague.com". Rleague.com. 26 June 2014.