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Melbourne's Cameron Smith and Cronulla's Michael Ennis go head-to-head in the Telstra Premiership Grand Final.

Melbourne Storm's Cameron Smith and Cronulla Sharks' Michael Ennis go head-to-head in the NRL Telstra Premiership Grand Final.

The Storm have scored 101 tries so far this season, five less than the Sharks who have scored 106 tries. However the Storm have conceded just 55 tries this season compared to the Sharks allowing 75 tries.

The two No.9s are set to have a big impact on the decider. Who will come out on top?




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