Late Will Warbrick try sends Storm into preliminary final with win over Roosters

The Storm advanced after a stunning conclusion at AAMI Park.Credit: Getty Images

That penalty gave the Storm a full set close to the try line and Wishart took full advantage running towards the line and then throwing a dummy pass outside which froze forme teammate Brandon Smith and the rest of the Roosters defence, opening a gap for the stand-in halfback to score the opening try on seven minutes.

Wishart, the son of long-time Illawarra Steelers and St George Illawarra winger Rod, made the most…

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