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Sport Storm's Smith too sick to attend Dally Ms

14:16  02 october  2019
14:16  02 october  2019 Source:   msn.com

Storm replicate SCG at training ground

  Storm replicate SCG at training ground Melbourne have marked out a training ground on AFL club Collingwood's oval in an attempt to replicate the SCG, where they will play their NRL preliminary final. Melbourne have stepped up their preparations for the NRL preliminary final clash with the Sydney Roosters by shifting to AFL club Collingwood's oval training ground. The Storm marked out a rugby league field, complete with rugby league posts and advertising boards, in an attempt to mimic Saturday night's finals venue, the SCG.Melbourne players outside the main squad also donned the Roosters colours in opposed drills.

NRL executives, led by CEO Dave Smith and chairman John Grant, attended the RLPA' s awards night at Doltone House on Tuesday in an indication that relations between the parties had improved. Smith said it was disappointing that it took a Dally M boycott threat to get the NRL' s attention.

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Cameron Smith of the Storm.© Jason McCawley/Getty Images Cameron Smith of the Storm. The NRL could face a logistical hurdle with Dally M Medal contender Cameron Smith unable to attend Wednesday night's awards ceremony through illness.

Smith, the second favourite for the top gong, has suffered a viral infection in the days after Saturday's preliminary final loss to the Sydney Roosters.

He has been told by club doctors not to travel to Sydney with six Melbourne teammates for the awards, and also didn't attend a team review on Wednesday while quarantined.

The Melbourne veteran has been nominated for two awards, including hooker of the year and the league's best captain.

Cameron Munster commits Cooper Cronk gaffe ahead of Sydney Roosters-Melbourne Storm preliminary final

  Cameron Munster commits Cooper Cronk gaffe ahead of Sydney Roosters-Melbourne Storm preliminary final Munster had an embarrassing slip of the tongue when asked about facing his former Storm team-mate on Saturday night.The superstar Storm five-eighth fronted the media and was asked about Cronk, who will hang up the boots at the end of the 2019 campaign.

Storm captain Cameron Smith is widely tipped to win his second Dally M player of the year award at a gala presentation at The Star on Wednesday night. He will be in there on Wednesday night, flying up from his home in Melbourne to attend . Greenberg said he would always recognise the history of the

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He was three points back in the race for the overall player of the year award when voting went behind closed doors after round 12.

At that time he was level with favourite James Tedesco.

Smith did not miss a game from that point and the Storm won 11 of their last 13.

If he was to win the award, he would become just the second player not to be in attendance to claim the trophy this century.

The only other time a player has won and not attended was in 2015 when North Queensland's Johnathan Thurston claimed his record fourth Dally M Medal - with the champion half linked up via live cross from Townsville.

In pictures: NRL Dally M Awards

Benji Marshall and wife Zoe Marshall arrive ahead of the 2019 Dally M Awards at Hordern Pavilion on October 02, 2019 in Sydney, Australia.

Phil Gould believes Cooper Cronk has set himself apart from Smith and Slater with Roosters move .
Two-time premiership-winning coach Phil Gould says Cooper Cronk's move from the Storm to the Roosters has set him apart from Cameron Smith and Billy Slater. The former Origin coach believes that whilst the trio will all earn rightfully recognition as three of the game's greatest ever players, Cronk's move to Sydney was career-defining.After announcing his retirement in May, the two-time premiership-winning halfback will pull the curtains on what has been an illustrious NRL career following this Sunday's grand final when his side face the Canberra Raiders.

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