Stathi Paxinos covers rugby league, rugby union, boxing, swimming and Australian Rules football for The Age. He has covered numerous major sporting events including the Sydney Olympic Games (boxing), the 2003 Rugby World Cup, state of origin contests and NRL finals, world title fights and national swimming championships. Stathi also covered boxing and aquatics at the Melbourne 2006 Commonwealth Games.
Stathi Paxinos It has taken far less time than many had thought but Storm now has the chance it has been craving.
Stathi Paxinos VICTORY against Manly in tonight's clash would go a long way to showing that Melbourne could beat any team anywhere, because when it rise to challenges, skipper Cameron Smith believes there are few...
Stathi Paxinos Melbourne Storm kept to the standard line about the prospect of winnig back-to-back premierships.
Stathi Paxinos Jason Ryles came to Melbourne to play in finals, more particularly grand finals.
Stathi Paxinos Todd Lowrie knows all about the rivalry, possibly to some extent even hatred, that will be present when Melbourne Storm plays Manly in a preliminary final at AAMI Park.
Stathi Paxinos MELBOURNE Storm coach Craig Bellamy could not resist a smile when talking about Canterbury counterpart Des Hasler.
Stathi Paxinos The gritty back-rower could be just one game away from playing for Australia.
Stathi Paxinos Storm coach Craig Bellamy says star full-back will not rush his return.