August 05, 2022
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Kamikamica happy to be in top four

Vodafone Fiji Bati and Melbourne Storm front rower Tui Kamikamica said it was good to be back in the top corner of the National Rugby League ladder.

After a hard fought few rounds the former Premiership holders are back in the top four rankings.

“It has been a hard month for us and to get back in the winners circle is a good start,” Kamikamica told the Melbourne Storm website.

“We have been working hard on ourselves and areas like discipline on the field, but it is good to be back.”

Kamikamica starts off the bench against the Gold Coast Titans this weekend with the giant ballrunner saying he wasn’t to preoccupied whether he starts or comes on during a game.

“My main focus is to get out there and just do the job whether I am starting or coming off the bench.”

Kamikamica added they looked to play strong from in every game now getting to the business end of the tournament.

The Storm host the Titans tonight at AAMI Park at 8pm.

Melbourn Storms line-up: Tyran Wishart, David Nofoaluma, Marion Seve, Young Tonumaipea, Dean Ieremia, Cameron Munster, Jahrome Hughes, Jesse Bromwich, Harry Grant, Nelson Asofa-Solomona, Felise Kaufusi, Kenneath Bromwich, Josh King, Brandon Smith Tui Kamikamica, Tom Eisenhuth, Alec MacDonald, Cooper Johns, Xavier Coates

Gold Coast Titans line-up: Jayden Campbell, Jojo Fifita, Phillip Sami, Brian Kelly, Patrick Herbert, Alexander Brimson, Tanah Boyd, Moeaki Fotuaika, Aaron Booth, Tino Fa’asuamaleaui, David Fifita, Beau Fermor, Erin Clark, Greg Marzhew, Herman Ese’ese, Isaac Liu, Jaimin Jolliffe, Sam McIntyre, Corey Thompson

By Noa Biudole


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