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GWM Rd 15 Game Day Guide: Storm warning

As home game days go, the One New Zealand Warriors facing the Melbourne Storm is as big as they come - and the 2024 edition is sure to be one of the best at a sold-out Go Media Stadium on Saturday (7.30pm kick-off; match day sponsor: Dynasty Sport).

It’s a stand-alone contest with the Storm heading to Auckland as competition leaders facing a resurgent One New Zealand Warriors side coming off three straight wins.

There is an earlier game on Saturday but it’s a free non-ticketed event on Go Media Stadium #2 with a Sky Sport Future Warriors under-17 selection taking on Kirwan State High School from Queensland (which produced Warriors legends Micheal Luck, Jacob Lillyman and Brent Webb, who all played 100-plus NRL games for the club).

That match kicks off at 5.10pm with pedestrian access via Beasley Avenue or O’Rorke Road.

In the main arena, there’ll be plenty of other regular attractions and activities before and during the much-anticipated NRL showdown.

Among the features will be a Dynasty Sport relay at halftime, which like any relay is bound to be highly entertaining.

And that will be followed by a special event when the One New Zealand Warriors’ premiership-winning Harold Matthews Cup (under-17) squad – together with the trophy – is presented to the crowd.

The Warriors defied history by becoming the first club to win the grand final in its debut season, coming from sixth to topple three more fancied opponents in the finals peaking with a 34-16 victory over Western Suburbs in the decider.

This will be another huge night at Go Media Stadium following on from the last two unforgettable home game days when the club hosted the Gold Coast Titans on Anzac Day and the Dolphins in the NRL’s Indigenous Round on May 26.

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