"He actually put his hand down, felt the bone sticking out. What you need to know straight to your inbox, You're all set to receive the Morning Briefing, All Blacks winger Caleb Clarke shows freakish athleticism by throwing rugby ball half the length of pitch, Live stream: Judith Collins speaks to media the day after National's big election loss, Jacinda Ardern's election win 'very well deserved', World Health Organization boss says, Grant Robertson says he hasn't given any thought to being NZ's next deputy PM, Morning Briefing Election Special: Labour secures historic victory, Jacinda Ardern to ponder makeup of Government after Labour's emphatic election win, Labour landslide: Jacinda Ardern sweeps back into power at election 2020. I imagine it's going to be a fair few weeks.". Jesse Bromwich left with an injury just 10 minutes into the Storm's win over Canterbury.Credit:Getty Images. In the ensuing set Munster popped a corker for Jesse Bromwich to stroll over under the sticks. Despite losing Sivo to a left knee injury, the Eels extended their lead in the 22nd minute with an electrifying try. Felise Kaufusi played the entire 80 minutes for the first time in his career, while Christian Welch, Tim Glasby and Nelson Asofa-Solomona also had extended playing time. Melbourne have extended their remarkable winning run in Queensland and moved into an NRL preliminary final with a 36-24 win over Parramatta but the win was soured by a late injury to Cameron Munster. "I think [Waerea-Hargreaves' suspension] takes a bit out of their team," Bromwich said. Tom Eisenhuth 17. I've played a bit of international football with [Liu] and I like the way he goes about his business. As soon as he was in the tackle, and it was pretty innocuous, all of a sudden, he was on the sideline which is not like him at all," Bellamy said. Ryley Jacks 21. Felise Kaufusi 12. Melbourne veteran Jesse Bromwich has denied that the Storm deliberately employ dangerous tackles in defence, following Max King’s controversial “hip drop” tackle against the Dragons. Jesse Bromwich. Bromwich's injury comes after the loss of fellow New Zealand international Tohu Harris for eight weeks due to a stress fracture in his left foot. Melbourne star Jesse Bromwich is all but certain to join Tohu Harris on the injured list after the Storm's round-one NRL win over Canterbury. "Those blokes who stood up tonight will have to stand up every week and that's a real test for them as they haven't done that consistently over any period of time," Bellamy said. Cameron Munster 7. "Whatever happens this weekend no-one is going to look back after it and say, ‘Jared didn’t play the prelim’. With a grade one charge for the offence carrying a minimum two-game ban under an NRL crackdown, Niukore may not play again unless the Eels can reach this year's grand final. Their defence is very strong in the middle. Bromwich told Storm trainers he felt the bone protruding from his skin following what Bellamy described as an innocuous incident and immediately came from the field in the 10th minute. Jesse Bromwich is backing one giant prop to cover for another if Nelson Asofa-Solomona is ruled out of the Storm's opening round clash with Manly. Tom Eisenhuth 17. Felise Kaufusi 12. "Coops is someone that I’ve looked up to for a very long time. Josh Addo-Carr 6. Felise Kaufusi played the entire 80 minutes for the first time in his career, while Christian Welch, Tim Glasby and Nelson Asofa-Solomona also had extended playing time. He’s their main aggressor, but they’ve got plenty of cover. Jesse Bromwich 9. "He’s their main aggressor, but they’ve got plenty of cover. He probably needs to do a bit more work," he said. New Storm winger Josh Addo-Carr also shone in his club debut, making some long runs and a try-saving chase down tackle in the second half. As well as the injuries to Sivo and Ferguson, the Eels will have a nervous wait for backrower Marata Niukore, who was placed on report for a crusher tackle on Storm young gun Tino Fa'asuamaleaui in the first half. Bromwich's injury comes after the loss of fellow New Zealand international Tohu Harris for eight weeks due to a stress fracture in his left foot. 'Third wheel': Nadal, Federer accused of snubbing major rival, Samsung Galaxy Z Flip: Reshaping The Future, 'Low point': Ricky Ponting addresses 15-year WAG rumour, 'Please come back': Heartbreak over tragic death of footy coach, Heartwarming moment before NRL coach storms out of press conference, 'Lost the plot': AFL world erupts over 'ridiculous' rules farce, Olympic legend vanishes after giving birth to 'Vladimir Putin's twins', 'Copping it here': Tom Lynch caught in fan's disgusting act, 12 Most Profitable Resale Executive Condos of 2020, 'Violated protocol': Cristiano Ronaldo under fire after positive test, Swimming world champion suspended in extra-marital affair scandal, Suncorp Stadium crowd, Ticketek glitch creates COVID nightmare.