NRL Grand Final
NRL Grand Final Betting - October 5th 2014
NRL Grand Final Betting
After 26 regular season rounds and three weeks of finals footy, two teams remain. Around three million Aussies watch it on the TV and the 83,000-odd ticket holders make their way to Sydney’s ANZ Stadium. Tina Turner loves it, and Russell Crowe would probably love it more if his beloved Rabbitohs ever got a start. It’s the ultimate Rugby League competition on the planet so it doesn’t take Isaac Newton to grasp that the NRL Grand Final is, as Tina says, Simply the Best.
The NRL Grand Final 2014 will be like no other, with ANZ Stadium transformed into a carnival precinct. The game itself is played at State of Origin-like intensity. Expect audible bone crunches, the odd KO and plenty of blood – perfect for the kids! The prize? The NRL Premiership Trophy, which oddly features the effigy of what appears to be a man and boy cuddling (go figure). NRL Grand Final betting heats up as soon as the teams are secured, so jump on Sportsbet.com.au early for the best NRL Grand Final odds.
When is the NRL Grand Final 2014
The 2014 NRL Grand Final is on 5 October 2014 at ANZ Stadium in Sydney.
Facts about the NRL Grand Final
- St George Dragons hold the record for the most consecutive premierships: 11 from 1956 to ’66.
- The lowest score in a Grand Final is 4-2: Parramatta Eels vs Canterbury Bulldogs, 1986.
- A world-record Rugby League crowd of 107,558 attended the 1999 NRL Grand Final, where Melbourne Storm upset St George Dragons 20-18.
NRL Grand Final Past Winners and Runners Up
Below are the past winners and runners up of the NRL Grand Final.
|2013||Sydney Roosters||26-18||Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles||ANZ Stadium, Sydney||81,988|
|2012||Melbourne Storm||14-4||Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs||Stadium Australia, Sydney||82,976|
|2011||Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles||24-10||New Zealand Warriors||Stadium Australia, Sydney||81,988|
|2010||St. George-Illawarra Dragons||32-8||Sydney Roosters||Stadium Australia, Sydney||82,334|
|2009||Melbourne Storm||23-16||Parramatta Eels||Stadium Australia, Sydney||82,538|
|2008||Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles||40-0||Melbourne Storm||Stadium Australia, Sydney||80,388|
|2007||Melbourne Storm||34-8||Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles||Stadium Australia, Sydney||81,392|
|2006||Brisbane Broncos||15-8||Melbourne Storm||Stadium Australia, Sydney||79,609|
|2005||Wests Tigers||30-16||North Queensland Cowboys||Stadium Australia, Sydney||82,453|
|2004||Canterbury Bulldogs||16-13||Sydney Roosters||Stadium Australia, Sydney||82,127|
|2003||Penrith Panthers||18-6||Sydney Roosters||Stadium Australia, Sydney||81,166|
|2002||Sydney Roosters||30-8||New Zealand Warriors||Stadium Australia, Sydney||80,130|
|2001||Newcastle Knights||30-24||Parramatta Eels||Stadium Australia, Sydney||90,414|
|2000||Brisbane Broncos||14-6||Sydney Roosters||Stadium Australia, Sydney||94,277|
What happened in the 2013 NRL Grand Final?
2013 was an all-Sydney affair, with minor premiers Sydney Roosters squaring up against cross-harbour rivals Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles. It was the two teams’ first Grand Final meeting in 41 years and there was no stopping the Roosters, as they ground out an emphatic 26-18 win.
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