It was sold as a grand final re-match and certainly lived up to the intensity, with the Sharks beating the Storm 11 - 2 at AAMI Park.
Astoundingly, it's the first time the Storm have been held tryless at home, and the lowest score in a home game for Melbourne in the club's 20 year history.
On the flip side, it's the first time the Sharks have won at AAMI.
The game was pretty even, with the Sharks managing to break the 2-2 deadlock late in the second half.
One of the shining lights of the away side was James Segeyaro, who scored and had a hand in several crucial plays.