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Storm beat Manly 26-22=2

Manly coach Geoff Toovey said the club wouldn't know the seriousness of Glenn Stewart's injury until he undergoes scans on Tuesday
Storm beat Manly 26-22=2
by NRL

Manly coach Geoff Toovey said the club wouldn't know the seriousness of Glenn Stewart's injury until he undergoes scans on Tuesday.

But it didn't take Toovey that long to evaluate his side's sloppy performance, with the referees also copping a serve.

"We can't seem to get to push the boundaries as much as they do and they're good at it," Toovey said of the Storm.

"You can't say too much (about the referees) ... I'm sure they'll say they're sorry about it tomorrow but the match is gone.

"We let in a couple of soft tries the first half, we were most probably the dominant side the first half and probably should have been 18-0 up."

Storm coach Craig Bellamy could not have been happier with his side's resilience.,

"The boys were probably a touch flat at halftime - we needed to lift ourselves up from that and to their credit they did," Bellamy said.

"I thought all except that last 10-15 minutes of the first half, that's probably as good a footy as we've played all year."


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