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ANALYSIS: Storm overshadow AFL as Warbrick speccy downs brave Roosters

They thought they’d done it again. Sam Walker thought he’d done it again. But this time, the fairytale didn’t have a happy ending for the Roosters.

With 90 seconds to play, Will Warbrick rose highest to clinch a late win for the Storm, grabbing an 18-13 win with a high catch that they would have been proud of over the road at the MCG.

It was crueller than cruel on the Roosters, who had fought so hard to turn a 10-0 to the Storm into 13-12 in their favour, but bow out. Having played knockout footy for two months, Trent Robinson can be incredibly proud to depart now and in this…

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