August 20, 2022
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Kamikamica dots in Storm win

Fiji Bati prop Tui Kamikamica scored a try as Melbourne Storm demolished the Brisbane Broncos 60-12 in Round 23 of  the NRL yesterday.

Storm shed the first blood in the 6th minute through Young Tonumaipea and Nick Meaney booted the conversion before the Broncos replied through Kurt Capewell and Adam Reynolds converted to level the scores 6-6.

But it was Kamikamica who broke the equaliser in the 24th minute with David Nofoaluma and Cameron Munster while Meaney was too good with her conversion for a 24-6 lead.

The Broncos tried to fight back early in the second half with a try from Corey Oates and Reynold converted the last try before Storm’s scored their remaining tries through Harry Grant, Justin Olam, Justin Olam, Jahrome Hughes, Nelson Asofa-Solomona and David Nofoaluma while Meaney slotted all the conversion.

By Romeka Romena  


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