Josh Addo-Carr scores six tries as Melbourne hammer South Sydney

Josh Addo-Carr became the first player to score six tries in an Australian first-grade match since 1950 as he inspired Melbourne Storm to a 50-0 win over South Sydney Rabbitohs.

The 25-year-old bagged a double hat-trick on Thursday as Melbourne climbed up the NRL ladder to second, only behind Penrith Panthers.

Jahrome Hughes, Brandon Smith and George Jennings (2) also got on the scoresheet for Storm.

Addo-Carr’s tries from start to finish:






And six.

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  1. Congrats Foxx. A perfect storm performance. With 7 minutes left they wanted that seven try. Yes they were selfish for wishing/ hoping that. Well done.

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