#1 He is the best player in the game and he is always going to have a ta von mary123 16.10.2019 07:56

Melbourne have secured a NRL preliminary finals berth with a pulsating 16-10 win at AAMI Park, forcing defending premiers North Queensland into a do-or-die clash next weekend with Brisbane.It was some revenge on Saturday night for the Storm, who last season were sent crashing out in their preliminary final against the Cowboys at the same venue.They will enjoy a week off, as North Queensland host the Broncos.Melbournes kicking game, including a 40-20 by skipper Cameron Smith, proved key, particularly in the dying stages.The minor premiers and the titleholders played out an absorbing battle with the teams locked at 6-6 at halftime.Smith broke the deadlock with a penalty goal in the 49th minute and then Storm centre Cheyse Blair made a crucial strip on Cowboys five-eighth Michael Morgan, with prop Jesse Bromwich burrowing over in the following set to make it 14-6.It looked like the home side would take control of the match but Morgan made amends soon after when he fired a ball to winger Kyle Feldt, who dived over in the corner.Johnathan Thurston failed to convert to leave the score at 14-10.That was extended by Smith with Feldt giving away a silly penalty as he tackled Blair.The Storm dominated early, throwing everything at their rivals.After 20 minutes, they had had 64 per cent of possession and 73 per cent of territory but couldnt crack the North Queensland defence until the 32nd minute.Winger Suliasi Vunivalu collected his 23rd try of the season when he pounced on a ball lost by Cowboys centre Kane Linnett.The flying Fijian turned on the jets to run 60 metres, burning off Thurston to touch down.However, the Cowboys then gained some momentum which paid off in the final minute of the half with a kick by Thurston ricocheting off a Storm player. It was scooped up by Lachlan Coote, who found Antonio Winterstein in the corner.Lining up on Friday night against the Broncos, who they beat in last years grand final, Cowboys coach Paul Green said his team were their own worst enemies during the second half.The Storm had 18 sets down on our tryline and we only had 10 for the game so, against a team like Melbourne, thats not going to win you the game, Green said.They were deserving winners.Melbourne coach Craig Bellamy said his team had taken their game to a new level in the past two weeks but would enjoy the week off ahead of their grand-final qualifier.He pinpointed a period midway through the first half when the Storm held the Cowboys out after having to make four line dropouts.That was defining for me as we didnt buckle and that sent a message, he said.I thought they were tremendous tonight and I felt like we controlled the game really well and to go to another prelim is a pat on the back for our players, Bellamy said. 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Kangaroos coach Mal Meninga has renewed calls for superstar playmaker Johnathan Thurston to be offered better protection by referees.Thurston was collared early in a high tackle by Kiwis enforcer Jared Waerea-Hargreaves in Australias 26-6 in Perth on Saturday.The Australian five-eighth was smashed soon after in a borderline tackle by Martin Taupau.North Queensland coach Paul Green has been at pains to point out questionable tactics used in targeting his premiership-winning pivot.And Meninga has brought the issue to a head again ahead of the Four Nations starting later this month.He is the best player in the game and he is always going to have a target on him, Meninga said.Every game he plays he knows he is going to cop it left, right and centre in club footy, Origin or Test footy but he just gets up.Thats why he is such a champion player.More than anything else he is such a ttough player.dddddddddddd.Former Queensland coach Meninga did question the legality, or otherwise, of tactics opposition sides employed to shut down Thurston.As long as it is within the legitimate rules of the game, he said.I think Jareds tackle should have been put on report.He is OK, JT, but it has to be within the rules.He is as tough and resilient as they come.Skipper Cameron Smith said the Kangaroos were moving in the right direction under Meninga.Their 26-6 win, followed up a 16-0 defeat of the Kiwis in Newcastle in March in Meningas first match in charge.We have set a standard now, we dont want to go back on, Smith said.We have made two good steps forward.We were better than we were in Newcastle and now we have to continue to build on that. 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