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Melbourne Storm claimed their first official NRL title in 13 years after battling to a 14-4 victory over Canterbury Bulldogs in the Grand Final at ANZ Stadium.
Stripped of their 2007 and 2009 premierships due to breaches of the salary cap, the Storm finally added a second title to their 1999 premiership courtesy of tries from former Wigan second-rower Ryan Hoffman, star full-back Billy Slater and wing Justin O'Neill.
Both sides defended stoutly in a hard-fought battle in front of an 82,976 crowd, but the Storm reaped the rewards of their offensive cohesion in the first half.
Their victory could have been even more emphatic but for an off day with the boot by captain Cameron Smith, who succeeded with just one of his four attempts at goal.
England forward James Graham suffered a sixth consecutive Grand Final defeat as he was heavily involved from the bench for the Bulldogs.
The 27-year-old, who lost five consecutive Super League Grand Finals with St Helens, could be facing more misery after he found himself at the centre of a biting allegation.
Graham, who has made a big impression in his first season with the Bulldogs, was put on report following a fracas that erupted after Canterbury scored their only try through wing Sam Perrett in the 26th minute.
Slater claimed he was bitten on the ear and initial television slow-motion replays did not make pleasant viewing for Graham.
Graham is due to link up with England for their training camp in South Africa next week but a potential suspension if the allegation is proven could mean he misses the autumn internationals against France and Wales.
It was a more productive day for his fellow England international Gareth Widdop, who played an influential role for Melbourne and made a brilliant try-saving tackle on Josh Reynolds.
|1||Gold Coast Titans||6||10|
|4||Manly Sea Eagles||6||8|
|7||South Sydney Rabbitohs||6||6|
|9||St George-Illawarra Dragons||6||6|
|15||New Zealand Warriors||6||4|
|Friday 18th April|
|07:00||South Sydney vs Canterbury|
|10:40||Newcastle vs Brisbane|
|10:40||Manly vs North Queensland|
|Saturday 19th April|
|08:30||St George/Illawarra vs New Zealand Warriors|
|10:30||Cronulla vs Sydney|
|Sunday 20th April|
|05:00||Parramatta vs Wests|
|06:00||Canberra vs Melbourne|
|Monday 21st April|
|07:00||Parramatta vs Wests|
|10:00||Penrith vs Gold Coast|
|Friday 25th April|
|07:00||St George/Illawarra vs Sydney|
|Monday 14th April|
|Melbourne 28 - 24 St George/Illawarra|
|Sunday 13th April|
|Manly 24 - 4 Cronulla|
|New Zealand Warriors 20 - 21 Canterbury|
|Saturday 12th April|
|Wests 16 - 4 North Queensland|
|Parramatta 14 - 12 Sydney|
|Canberra 12 - 26 Newcastle|
|Friday 11th April|
|Gold Coast 12 - 8 Brisbane|
|Penrith 2 - 18 South Sydney|
|Monday 7th April|
|North Queensland 28 - 2 Newcastle|
|Sunday 6th April|
|Wests 34 - 18 Manly|
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