Melbourne Storm - Season Summaries

Season Summaries

P=Premier, R=Runner-Up, M=Minor Premier, F=Finals Appearance, W=Wooden Spoon, S=Stripped of title
(Brackets represent Finals games)
Competition Games
Played
Games
Won
Games
Drawn
Games
Lost
Ladder
Position
P R M F W Coach Captain Further details
1998 NRL season
24 (3) 17 (1) 1 6 (2) 3 / 20
Chris Anderson
Glenn Lazarus
1998 Melbourne Storm season
1999 NRL season
24 (4) 16 (3) 0 8 (1) 3 / 17
1999 Melbourne Storm season
2000 NRL season
26 (1) 14 1 11 (1) 6 / 14
Robbie Kearns
2000 Melbourne Storm season
2001 NRL season
26 11 1 14 9 / 14
Chris Anderson
Mark Murray
2001 Melbourne Storm season
2002 NRL season
24 9 1 14 10 / 15
Mark Murray
Robbie Kearns
Rodney Howe
2002 Melbourne Storm season
2003 NRL season
24 (2) 15 (1) 0 9 (1) 5 / 15
Craig Bellamy
Stephen Kearney
2003 Melbourne Storm season
2004 NRL season
24 (2) 13 (1) 0 11 (1) 6 / 15
2004 Melbourne Storm season
2005 NRL season
24 (2) 13 (1) 0 11 (1) 6 / 15
Robbie Kearns
2005 Melbourne Storm season
2006 NRL season
24 (3) 20 (2) 0 4 (1) 1 / 15
S
Rotating Captains
2006 Melbourne Storm season
2007 NRL season
24 (3) 21 (3) 0 3 1 / 16
S
S
2007 Melbourne Storm season
2008 NRL season
24 (4) 17 (2) 0 7 (2) 1 / 16
S
Cameron Smith
2008 Melbourne Storm season
2009 NRL season
24 (3) 14 (3) 1 9 4 / 16
S
2009 Melbourne Storm season
2010 NRL season
24 14 0 10 16 / 16
2010 Melbourne Storm season
2011 NRL season
24 (2) 19 (1) 0 5 (1) 1 / 16
2011 Melbourne Storm season
2012 NRL season
24 (3) 17 (3) 0 7 2 / 16
2012 Melbourne Storm season
2013 NRL season
0 0 0 0 0/16
2013 Melbourne Storm season

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