Melbourne Storm v Parramatta Eels Stats Breakdown

The Melbourne Storm and Parramatta Eels have played each other on 40 occasions; the Storm have won 24 games, the Eels have won 16 games and there have been no draws.

The Melbourne Storm have won six of the eight games played at AAMI Park, including the last three in a row.

The Parramatta Eels are the only side to have defeated the Melbourne Storm twice in a season in the modern era.

The first game played between the two sides was a 32-22 win for the Melbourne Storm in round 6, 1998.

Biggest Wins

The Melbourne Storm’s biggest win over the Parramatta Eels was a 64-4 demolition in round 24, 2013.

The Parramatta Eels’ biggest win over the Melbourne Storm was a 54-10 rout in round 20, 2001.

Former Melbourne Storm fullback Billy Slater

Top try-scorer in this clash

Billy Slater (MEL) – 15
Aaron Moule (MEL) – 6
Matt Orford (MEL) – 6

Most prolific point-scorer in this clash

Cameron Smith (MEL) – 3 tries & 73 goals (158 pts)
Luke Burt (PAR) – 5 tries & 44 goals (108 pts)
Billy Slater (MEL) – 15 tries (60 pts)

Players to have been sin-binned/sent-off from this clash

  1. Matt Geyer (MEL) sin-binned in round 20, 2004.
  2. Chris Sandow (PAR) sin-binned in round 15, 2014.
  3. Maika Sivo (PAR) sin-binned in round 9, 2019.
  4. Cameron Smith (MEL) sin-binned in the 2019 NRL semi-final.
  5. Nelson Asofa-Solomona (MEL) sin-binned in round 15, 2020.

Players to have scored three or more tries in one game in this clash

  1. Billy Slater (MEL) scored three tries in round 23, 2003.
  2. Matt Orford (MEL) scored three tries in round 20, 2004.
  3. John Williams (PAR) scored three tries in round 14, 2006.
  4. Jake Webster (MEL) scored three tries in round 14, 2004.
  5. Billy Slater (MEL) scored three tries in round 24, 2013.

Players to have played for both sides from this clash

  1. David Kidwell – 1999-2000 (PAR) & 2003-2006 (MEL)
  2. Henry Perenara – 2001-2002 (MEL) & 2005-2006 (PAR)
  3. Paul Whatuira – 2001 (MEL) & 2011 (PAR)
  4. Junior Langi – 2001-2003 (MEL) & 2004 (PAR)
  5. Alex Chan – 2001-2003 (PAR) & 2004-2005 (MEL)
  6. Andrew McFadden – 2002 (PAR) & 2003-2004 (MEL)
  7. William Leyshon – 2002 (MEL) & 2003 (PAR)
  8. Jack Afamasaga – 2004-2005 & 2011 (MEL)
  9. Chris Walker – 2006 (MEL) & 2011 (PAR)
  10. Brett Finch – 2007-2009 (PAR) & 2009-2010 & 2013 (MEL)
  11. Todd Lowrie – 2007-2009 (PAR) & 2010-2012 (MEL)
  12. Luke Kelly – 2009-2010 & 2012 (MEL) & 2012-2016 (PAR)
  13. Beau Champion – 2011 (MEL) & 2015 (PAR)
  14. Richard Fa’aoso – 2012 (MEL) & 2015 (PAR)
  15. Ryan Morgan – 2011-2015 (PAR) & 2016 (MEL)
  16. Ben Roberts – 2012-2013 (PAR) & 2014 (MEL)
  17. Blake Green – 2007 (PAR) & 2015-2016 (MEL)
  18. Cheyse Blair – 2012-2013 (PAR) & 2016-2018 (MEL)
  19. Siosaia Vave – 2012-2013 (MEL) & 2017-2018 (PAR)
  20. Tepai Moeroa – 2014-2019 (PAR) & 2021-2022 (MEL)

Head Coaching Records

Craig Bellamy (MEL) – 20/30 (66.7%)
Daniel Anderson (PAR) – 2/3 (66.7%)
Brian Smith (PAR) – 7/15 (46.7%)
Chris Anderson (MEL) – 3/7 (42.9%)
Brad Arthur (PAR) – 5/13 (38.5%)
Mark Murray (MEL) – 1/3 (33.3%)
Michael Hagan (PAR) – 1/3 (33.3%)
Stephen Kearney (PAR) – 1/3 (33.3%)
Ricky Stuart (PAR) – 0/1 (0%)
Jason Taylor (PAR) – 0/2 (0%)

 

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