One of the greatest games of the modern era headlined a round of footy with plenty of exciting finishes and more notable injuries to key players.
The Sharks ended a horrible recent record against the Storm to hand the visitors their first loss of the 2016 season. Here are five key points from their clash.
The Cronulla Sharks handed Melbourne Storm their first loss of the 2016 NRL Telstra Premiership season with a hard-fought win at Southern Cross Group Stadium.
Cronulla Sharks have pulled off one of the biggest comebacks in rugby league history to stun the Melbourne Thunderbolts 48-40 in the Holden Cup.
Melbourne Storm have signed AFL player Shem Tatupu for the next two years, with the 20-year-old New Zealander making the switch from the Hawthorn Football Club.
The Easter weekend of footy wraps up with the Cronulla Sharks looking to knock off a Melbourne side that has made a strong start to the new campaign.
This week on The Breakdown, NRL.com analyst Matt Elliott focuses on field goal attempts from Cronk, Martin, Williams and Hodkinson from Round 3 action.
Storm prop Tim Glasby has been pleased by his side's resilience over the opening three rounds of season 2016.
Former Maroons teammate Justin Hodges says if anyone can come back from a second serious shoulder operation in two years it is Melbourne fullback Billy Slater.
Locks' minutes analysed, back-row talents shine, and a thrilling draw few could have seen coming. The key numbers and statistics to come from Round 3.