The Melbourne Storm are facing the possibility of heading into Saturday night's preliminary final with their leading try scorer.
In the second and final part of his chat with NRL.com's William Botoulas, Craig Bellamy discusses rediscovering enjoyment, his future and the state of the game.
Star-studded rosters face off on Saturday night in Melbourne with the second spot in the 2015 NRL Telstra Premiership Grand Final on the line.
Explosive Melbourne Storm winger Marika Koroibete has to overcome an achilles laceration if he is to face North Queensland at AAMI Park on Saturday night.
Storm centre Will Chambers believes a weekend off ahead of their home preliminary final will be advantageous as a long season draws closer to the end.
At this time of year Billy Slater is used to being the centre of attention and every year at this very time we are reminded of his importance to the Storm.
In part one of his chat with NRL.com's William Botoulas, Storm coach Craig Bellamy discusses his side's run to the preliminary finals and coaching Generation Y.
An untimely injury looked to have kept Dale Finucane out for a long period, but the Storm forward is back and ready to help Melbourne to the grand final.
With three players under injury clouds, the week off before a preliminary final couldn't have come at a better time for the Storm.
There was a simple way for the Roosters to counter the Storm's ruck dominance according to former NRL coach Matt Elliott.