Who won the 2004 NRL grand final?
2004 NRL Grand Final/Champion
Who won the NRL in 2004?
2004 NRL season/Champion
Fifteen clubs competed during the regular season before the top eight finishing teams contested the finals series. The Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs defeated the Sydney Roosters in the 2004 NRL grand final and in doing so claimed their eighth premiership.
Who won the 2003 NRL grand final?
2003 NRL Grand Final/Champion
Who won the NRL in 2005?
2005 NRL season/Champion
Who won the NRL grand final in 2005?
2005 NRL Grand Final/Champion
Who won the NRL in 2002?
2002 NRL season/Champion
The 2002 NRL Grand Final was the conclusive and premiership-deciding game of the 2002 NRL season. It took place on Sunday, 6 October 2002, at Sydney’s Telstra Stadium. 80,130 people saw the Sydney Roosters beat the New Zealand Warriors 30–8. The Clive Churchill Medalist was Craig Fitzgibbon of the Sydney Roosters.
Who won the grand final in 2002?
2002 AFL Grand Final/Champion
Which NRL team has not won a premiership?
There are 2 clubs currently playing in the National Rugby League that are yet to win a premiership; New Zealand Warriors and Gold Coast Titans.
Who won NRL 2006?
Melbourne Storm Brisbane Broncos
2006 NRL Grand Final
Where did the Tigers finish in 2005?
The Tigers finished the regular season in 4th position before reaching the 2005 NRL grand final, their first. After a Clive Churchill Medal-winning performance by Prince, Wests won and claimed their maiden premiership.
What was the results of the 2004 NRL season?
This is a list of results for matches of the 2004 National Rugby League season . This section is empty. You can help by adding to it. (July 2010) Yahoo! Sport Australia/New Zealand (news)
When was the last NRL season in Australia?
The 2004 NRL season (also known as the 2004 Telstra Premiership due to sponsorship from Telstra) was the 97th season of professional rugby league football in Australia, and the seventh run by the National Rugby League. Fifteen clubs competed during the regular season before the top eight finishing teams contested the finals series.
When was the first round of the 2003 NRL season?
The first round of the season began on Friday, 12 March with 2003 champions, the Penrith Panthers losing 14–20 to the Newcastle Knights before a crowd of 19,936 at Penrith Stadium. During a match between the Broncos and the Tigers, the Broncos fielded 14 men at one stage of the Campbelltown Stadium match.
Who are the teams in the NRL finals?
The Grand Final was ultimately won by the second-placed Melbourne Storm, who defeated the minor premiers the Penrith Panthers 26–20. The top eight teams from the 2020 NRL season qualify for the finals series. NRL finals series have been played under the current format since 2012.