Storm big men packing plenty of punch

Adams, Tony
June 2006
Rugby League Week;6/7/2006, p4
The article reports that Melbourne Storm coach Craig Bellamy has given his squad their toughest workout of the season, with players made to jump in the ring with a former Australian heavyweight champion Mark Burgess in a series of two-minute rounds. Forwards Brett White and Antonio Kaufusi handled themselves best in the square ring against the fearsome Burgess. The boxing challenge was part of a special two-day camp Bellamy arranged to freshen up the high-flying Storm at the halfway mark of the season.


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