(Video) Weather gets the better of Melbourne Storm

Melbourne coach blames weather for training disruption. The 2012 premiers Melbourne Storm coach Craig Bellamy has complained that the hot […]

Melbourne coach blames weather for training disruption.

The 2012 premiers Melbourne Storm coach Craig Bellamy has complained that the hot temperatures his side have been training in are hampering their match preparations.

The Melbourne side recently returned from playing in minus temperatures during their World Cup Challenge win over Leeds in England.

The Storm returned to home to nine straight days of 30+ degrees which Bellamy believes has impeded on their ability to train properly.

The premiers are currently training in Townsville ahead of their clash with the North Queensland Cowboys.

Watch the interview with Craig Bellamy below:

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