Ryan Hoffman & Cooper Cronk
Ryan Hoffman (born 26 January 1984 in Canberra, Australian Capital Territory) is an Australian professional rugby league footballer who currently plays for the Melbourne Storm in the National Rugby League. Cooper Patrick Cronk (born 5 December 1983 in Brisbane, Queensland) is an Australian professional rugby league footballer currently playing for the Melbourne Storm of the NRL. /5
Ryan Hoffman Cooper Cronk Billy Slater Cameron Smith Melbourne Storm Cam Smith Craig Bellamy Gareth Widdop Andrew Fifita Justin Hodges Paul Gallen Luke Lewis Corey Parker Greg Bird Newcastle Knights John Sutton Mitchell Pearce James Maloney Anthony Watmough
I really missed Cooper Cronk :( :( . Ok Cameron Smith, Billy Slater and Ryan Hoffman , Its time now U guys go down south to Victoria and concentrate on Ur Club games... Mi les lo Storms Out Lo Top 8 eh Sinah gagaii.. :p :p
Yesterday it was 300 games for Craig Bellamy as a coach and 1000 combined games for Cam Smith, Billy Slater, Cooper Cronk and Ryan Hoffman
Melbourne coach Craig Bellamy described Friday night's 27-14 victory over South Sydney as their "best performance of the year" as the Storm moved into the top four for the first time since Round 3. On a night the club celebrated Bellamy's 300th game as coach and long-time servants Billy Slater, Cooper Cronk, Cameron Smith and Ryan Hoffman appeared for their 1001st game together at the same club – a rugby league first –Melbourne backed up last week's strong win over Manly with their best defensive performance of the season. "I thought our defence led the way, which is the way we like to play the game. I thought everyone put in a really big effort in tonight. It's quite humbling to be quite honest, the effort they did put in tonight," Bellamy said post-match. Melbourne led 20-4 at the break but had to stave off a furious South Sydney attack that cut the deficit to six points ten minutes into the second half. "[Our defence was] something we've needed to work on from the very first game. When we get into ...
Great stuff ferfeat. Cronulla prop Andrew Fifita is one step closer to completing a meteoric rise to Test footballer after being added to the Kangaroos train-on squad for the end of year World Cup. Fifita was one of eight players added to the squad on Monday, but was the only uncapped addition alongside Sharks teammates Todd Carney, Paul Gallen and Luke Lewis. Melbourne quartet Billy Slater, Cooper Cronk, Ryan Hoffman and Kangaroos skipper Cameron Smith were also added following the Storm's elimination from the finals with their 18-16 defeat to Newcastle on Saturday night. Smith, Cronk, Slater, Gallen and Lewis are certainties to be included in the 24-man squad to head to England to attempt to win back the World Cup, while Fifita is also considered a strong contender following a breakout year for the Sharks. After being told he was unwanted by Wests Tigers at the end of the 2011 NRL season, Fifita took his game to a new level in 2013 to become a mainstay of the NSW Origin pack. North Queensland pair Matt ...
I'm a Newcastle Knights fan but I wish both teams the best of luck and hopefully nobody gets injured.except Billy Slater, Cooper Cronk,Cameron Smith,Will Chambers,Ryan Hoffman and the rest of them who I hope die.
Five reasons the Storm can win 1. The big three Cronk, Smith, Slater. Does much more need to be said? The trio are still the most dominant players in the competition in their positions and if they are on, there is no doubt Melbourne will win. Cameron Smith is the main man as he controls the match tempo from the ruck. Combined with Cooper Cronk and Billy Slater, the three are lethal with ball in hand. After a slowish mid-point of the season around Origin, Slater has been back to his dynamic, menacing best in recent weeks. 2. They know how to win Melbourne have big-game players with big-game experience. The bulk of the squad have won premierships or have had representative experience. Smith is the coolest player in the game, while the likes of Gareth Widdop, Ryan Hoffman and Slater are also big-game players who don't fluster easily. When the game is tight, expect the cool heads to prevail. 3. Home-ground advantage Newcastle have lost all five matches at AAMI Park, which will host Saturday's game. They also ...
WHO YOU BACKING? QLD: Billy Slater, Darius Boyd, Greg Inglis, Justin Hodges, Brent Tate, Johnathan Thurston, Cooper Cronk, Matt Scott, Cameron Smith (c), David Shillington, Nate Myles, Sam Thaiday, Ashley Harrison, Corey Parker, Matt Gillett, Ben Te’o, Chris McQueen, Daly Cherry-Evans, Josh Papalii (Justin O’Neill has been placed on stand-by for Darius Boyd). Cameron Smith is again captain of the Queensland team in the 2013 State of Origin series. NSW: Jarryd Hayne, Brett Morris, Michael Jennings, Josh Morris, Blake Ferguson, James Maloney, Mitchell Pearce, Paul Gallen, Robbie Farah, James Tamou, Ryan Hoffman, Luke Lewis, Greg Bird, Anthony Watmough, Andrew Fifita, Trent Merrin, Josh Reynolds. Paul Gallen has once again been named captain of the NSW side for the 2013 State of Origin series. Kurt Gidley has been ruled out with a foot injury, with Josh Reynolds replacing Gidley after he and Rabbitohs five-eighth John Sutton were called into the training camp.
The Melbourne Storm are world champions after beating Leeds Rhinos in World Club Challenge AAP February 23, 2013 9:10AM The Melbourne Stormcelebrate after winning the World Club Challenge. THE Melbourne Storm are world champions after a gritty 18-14 victory over the Leeds Rhinos in the World Club Challenge in England this morning. It was 8-8 at halftime in front of a capacity 20,400 crowd at Headingley, before the Storm posted consecutive tries to streak away, the Rhinos hit back and the contest hung in the balance for the final 26 minutes. The Storm beat Leeds for the 2010 world title but it was taken off them later that year as part of the punishment for deliberately rorting the cap. A slick pass from halfback Cooper Cronk put Ryan Hoffman through in the 20th minute, with fullback Billy Slater backing up for the first try of the match. A Cameron Smith conversion and penalty goal gave Melbourne an 8-0 advantage. Leeds managed to pierce the much-praised Storm defence on several occasions in the first half ...
wish I was Cooper Cronk on left and Ryan Hoffman on right well fit lads
Vodafone Warriors signing Dane Nielsen gets up, taps back Cooper Cronk bomb for Ryan Hoffman to score. Now it's 14-10 Sharks ahead.
We had breakfast with the Melbourne Storm team only recognised them because of Cooper Cronk and Ryan Hoffman...
Votes from Warren Boland 3 Cooper Cronk; 2 Justin Hodges; 1 Ryan Hoffman. No votes for leaders Barba or Slater in tonight's games
Ummm so this just so happened to be the BEST NIGHT OF MY LIFE! Stayed back and got to meet the boys from Melbourne Storm! Photos with Billy Slater and Cameron Smith and signatures from Cooper Cronk, Craig Bellamy, Ryan Hoffman and a bunch of the other players. Not the result they were looking for in the game but the boys were so polite and beautiful and wonderful and... AH! DREAM COME TRUE!
Storm plays the Dragons this weekend. No one can copy and paste like me.no one. Melbourne Storm have a 72% win rate against the St George Dragons in all NRL games played between the two clubs and recorded a close 8-6 win against the Dragons at home in Round 24 last year when they last met. Billy Slater returns from injury to fullback and Gareth Widdop moves back into five-eighth. Slater will be a welcome addition to the team this week and will be fresh and looking for a big attacking game as he hits gaps outside of Cooper Cronk when deep on attack. Slater’s ability to shut down attacking backline moves will also steel the Melbourne Storm defensive patterns. Widdop will relish his return to five-eighth alongside Cronk and will look to give space to Ryan Hoffman to run hard and straight on the side of the ruck when close to the opposition line. GO STORM.
Billy Slater, Cooper Cronk and Cam Smith (bench) will all back up for Storm tonight, Ryan Hoffman to play
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