2 Oct 2008

Former Kiwis player unlikely to get apology from Storm coach

7:59 am on 2 October 2008

The former Kiwis test player and current national rugby league judiciary member Darrell Williams demand for a apology from Melbourne Storm coach Craig Bellamy has been far from forthcoming.

The Storm arrived in Sydney this afternoon for Sunday grand final against Manly with Bellamy in a defiant mood in the wake of last week's attack on the integrity of the game's judiciary system.

Bellamy and Storm chief executive Brian Waldron have been threatened with legal action by members of the judiciary panel which handed down the two-match ban to Melbourne skipper Cameron Smith, which has ruled the test captain out of Sunday's match.

Bellamy says as far as he's concerned he had his say last week and the matter is closed.