September 23, 2021
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Kamikamica, Lumelume benched against Panthers

Fijian winger Tui Kamikamica and centre Isaac Lumelume will start from the Melbourne Storm bench in the Preliminary finals against the Penrith Panthers on Saturday.

Kamikamica moves to bench following the return of Star winger Josh Addo-Carr from a hamstring injury.

He is running at "95 percent" and will be good to go for Saturday afternoon.

Four weeks in a row and Lumelume will also start off the bench.  

Bullocking hooker Brandon Smith was cleared of a facial fracture following a head clash with Manly's Josh Aloiai in week one and he is a confirmed starter.

The Storm has won four of their past five preliminary finals.

The Storm vs Panthers match will kick off at 6pm on Saturday. 

By Romeka Romena


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