April 29, 2021
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Kamikamica to start against Sharks

Fijian international Tui Kamikamica has been named in the starting line-up for the Melbourne Storm as they face the Cronulla Sharks in round eight of NRL tomorrow.

The Fijian led will start at prop while the Storm have made two changes this week and will be chasing their fifth consecutive victory.

The side will be without winger George Jennings and front-rower Nelson Asofa-Solomona, both due to concussions sustained in the ANZAC Day win against the NZ Warriors on Sunday night.

 Another Fijian, Isaac Lumelume has been named on the extended bench alongside Chris Lewis, Ryley Jacks, Dean Ieremia, Trent Loiero and Aaron Pene.

Reimis Smith will start on the wing and Tom Eisenhuth playing at right centre.

Fullback Ryan Papenhuyzen will miss another week with his shoulder injury.

The Storm vs Sharks match will kick off at 6pm on Friday.

By Romeka Romena  

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