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- Product InformationClassic Grand Finals - The Grand Final: its the game that every player aspires to; the rare opportunity that makes all the blood, sweat and toil of the season fade away to be replaced by a tantalising chance for glory. It is the singular occasion that unites all Rugby League fans, parochial and neutral alike. It represents the culmination of a journey, the showpiece event where legends are forged on one fateful Sunday afternoon each year. And it has provided our great game with some of its most dramatic moments and epic contests in the history of Rugby League.Who could forget 1977's incredible drawn Grand Final between St. George and Parramatta, a titanic struggle that went to extra-time, after which neither team could be split? Or the classic 1989 decider between Canberra and Balmain, regarded by many as the greatest Grand Final of the modern era? Relive Penriths drought-breaking victory in 1991, when the inspirational Royce Simmons crashed over the line to seal the Premiership. Witness the spectacular conclusion to the 1997 Grand Final as Andrew Johns brilliant blindside play set up a match-winning try to flyer Darren Albert, and experience the see-sawing 1999 affair when Melbourne and St. George-Illawarra put on a grandstand finish for the ages. In this remarkable collection, we present five of the greatest Grand Finals every played, each presented in their entire original broadcast format.
- TitleNRL - Classic Grand Finals
- Product Release Date14/08/2013
- Theatrical Release Year2013
- Number of Discs3
- Rating InfoExempt
- Run Time400 minutes
- Primary GenreSports & Recreation
- Sub GenreRugby League
- Aspect Ratio4:3
- Main Audio TypeDolby Digital 2.0
- Video FormatPAL
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