Melbourne was again left scratching their heads after failing to covert dominant field position into victory for the second week running.
Two quality sides who look set for a rematch in September, a defensive performance for the ages, while the Broncos locki in a top 4 finish.
A defensive performance for the ages has seen Brisbane snap an eight game losing streak against the Storm to record a brave win at AAMI Park.
After State of Origin I, Storm coach Craig Bellamy knew he would not see his star fullback in a purple jersey again this year.
One of the NRL's fiercest rivalries enters yet another chapter in its short but tumultuous history as the Storm and Broncos prepare for post-Origin battle.
Melbourne Storm fullback Billy Slater has been ruled out of the remainder of the 2015 NRL season with a shoulder injury.
Melbourne Storm's Strategy and Communications Director, Dave Donaghy, will be the Club's next Chief Executive Officer it was announced on Thursday.
Forget about Game Three or even this weekend, there is every chance we might not see Billy Slater again this season with the risk of shoulder surgery looming.
What we learned from Parramatta's comeback win over an Origin-depleted Storm side in Melbourne on Monday night.
Melbourne coach Craig Bellamy was left fuming at several key moments that went against his side following the Storm's 26-22 defeat.