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YEAR GAME SCORE NOTES
1952 Grand Final Wests v Souths 22-12 Magpies win their last premiership. Approx 35 mins in colour
1958 Grand Final St George v Wests 20-9 Norm Provan scores 2 tries in a brutal match. Approx 25 mins highlights
1961 QRL Brisbane Grand Final Norths v Valleys 29-5 Approx 20 mins B+W highlights - no sound
1962 British Lions Tour Great Britain v St George 33-5 B+W footage 60mins - 1st time Great Britain plays a club team. 55,000 pack the SCG on a Wednesday afternoon
1963 Grand Final St George v Wests 8-3 Famous Grand Final in the mud produces the statue for the current premiership. 15 mins B+W
1963 QRL Brisbane Grand Final Norths v Souths 18-8 33 mins in B+W. Ian Massie 2 tries for Devils. Mick Veivers Magpies best.
1964 Grand Final St George v Balmain 11-6 Tigers lead at halftime but a Saints try just after halftime swings the match. 30 mins footage
1966 British Lions Tour NSW v Great Britain 18-13 B+W footage 60mins - Tommy Bishop & Ken Gowers star for the Lions
1966 Grand Final St George v Balmain 23-4 St George win last of 11 straight Premierships. Approx 20 mins Highlights
1966 Preliminary Final Balmain v Manly 8-5 Arthur Beetson as a rookie, Full game
1966 QRL Brisbane Grand Final Norths v Brothers 9-6 Approx 20 mins B+W highlights - no sound
1967 Preliminary Final Canterbury v St George 12-11 Saints run of 11 straight premierships is ended. Last game for Reg Gasnier. B+W Highlights package
1967 QRL Brisbane Grand Final Norths v Brothers 2-6 Approx 20 mins B+W highlights - no sound
1968 QRL Brisbane Grand Final Brothers v Easts 21-4 Approx 25 mins Highlights
1968 Round 3 Balmain v Souths 11-18 2nd Half only. Features Arthur Beetson for Balmain
1969 Grand Final Balmain v Souths 11-2 Approx 25 mins Highlights movietone colour & a 2nd disc of 40 mins B + W
1969 Preliminary Final Balmain v Manly 15-14 Approx 55 mins in B+W 
1969 QRL Brisbane Grand Final Norths v Valleys 14-2 Norths 8th win in 11 years - B+W 25mins footage
1970 Grand Final Souths v Manly 23-12 John Sattler broken jaw
1970 QRL Brisbane Grand Final Norths v Valleys 11-13 Valleys win in Extra Time. full game plus 2nd disc - B+W 25mins footage
1971 2nd Interstate Game NSW v QLD Residents 30-2 4 players sent off inc 3 queenslanders. Wayne Bennett scores only poinst for QLD
1971 Grand Final Souths v St George 16-10 25 mins colour highlights - last Premiership for Souths.
1971 QRL Brisbane Grand Final Easts v Valleys 10-18 Mick Retchless clinches win with a late try & FG - 25mins footage
1972 QRL Brisbane Grand Final Easts v Valleys 16-15 Easts first premiership since 1950 - Jeff Fyfe FG wins it - 25mins footage
1973 QRL Brisbane Grand Final Redcliffe v Valleys 7-15 Valleys win 3rd premiership in 4 years - 25mins footage
1974 British Lions Tour NSW v Great Britain 13-9 B+W footage 60mins - NSW features Cronin, Raudonikus, Reddy Raudonikus scores a try.
1974 Grand Final Easts v Canterbury 19-4 Jack Gibson wins his 1st Grand Final. Arthur Beetson scores a try
1974 QRL Brisbane Grand Final Brothers v Valleys 2-9 2nd tryless GF in history - 25 mins footage
1974 Round 1 Newtown v Cronulla 10-2  
1974 Round 10 Newtown v Canterbury 7-3 Tom Melville scores Jets only try
1974 Round 13 Souths v Penrith 20-17 Michael Stephenson scores his only 2 tries of 1974
1974 Round 16 Souths v Norths 19-14 Eric Simms kicks the Rabbitohs home with 5 goals
1974 Round 18 Easts v Wests 25-17 Bill Mullins scores 3 tries for the Tri Colours
1974 Round 19 Wests v Souths 18-10 John Dorahy scores 2 tries & kicks 3 goals for Magpies. Keith Holman referee
1974 Round 9 Souths v Newtown 5-0 In front of only 1295 fans, Tom Mooney scores the only try in a low scoring game
1975 Grand Final Easts v St George 38-0 Graeme Langlands famous white boots
1975 QRL Brisbane Grand Final Wests v Redcliffe 26-24 Approx 30 mins Highlights
1976 3rd Interstate Game NSW v QLD Residents 15-13 QLD come from 13-2 down to level but lose late. 55 mins footage
1976 QRL Brisbane Grand Final Wests v Easts 16-1  
1976 QRL Brisbane Preliminary Final Wests v Brothers 18-10  
1977 Amco Cup Final Wests v Easts 6-5 Wests win last title of any kind. Graeme O'Grady man of the series
1977 Grand Final + Replay St George v Parramatta 9-9 & 22-0 1st Drawn Grand Final in history. Extended highlights of both games on 1 disc
1977 Preliminary Final Parramatta v Easts 13-5 Mick Cronin only kicks 2 from 8 but the Eels still end Bob Fulton's 1st season with Easts
1977 QRL Brisbane Grand Final Easts v Redcliffe 17-13 Redcliffe lead 5-2 early as favourites but Easts prevail. A little jumpy in places.
1977 Round 12 Balmain v Souths 17-13 Greg Cox kicks 4 goals for the Tigers 
1977 Round 19 Canterbury v Penrith 17-15 Tim Sheens scores his final try for Penrith, Black & White footage
1978 Amco Cup Final Easts v St George 16-5 Bob Fulton sets up both Roosters tries in the 1st quarter
1978 Grand Final + Replay Manly v Cronulla 11-11 & 16-0 40 Mins highlights of both Grand Final & Replay
1978 Major Semi Final Cronulla v Manly 17-12  
1978 Minor Semi Final Manly v Parramatta 13-13 Mick Cronin has a personal tally of 7 points
1978 Minor Semi Final Replay Manly v Parramatta 17-11 Spiteful Semi Final Replay. Ray Price & John Gray are sent off
1978 Preliminary Final Manly v Wests 14-7 Alan Thompson scores both manly tries as they beat the Minor Premiers Wests
1978 QRL Brisbane Grand Final Easts v Valleys 14-10 Missing 1st 6 mins & some tracking problems
1978 Round 6 Wests v Canterbury 19-15 Tom Raudonikus scores for Wests while George Peponis scores 2 for the Berries
1978 Round 7 Wests v Manly 13-7 Match starts with a brawl, height of Silvertails v Fibros rivalry 50 mins
1978 Under 23's Grand Final Penrith v Wests 23-5 Panthers 1st ever Grand Final & Premiership
1979 Amco Cup Final Cronulla v Combined Brisbane 22-5 Sharks win their only title.
1979 Amco Cup Semi Final Combined Brisbane Firsts v Qld Country 8-5 Brad Backer scores the only 2 tries. Greg Quinn man of the match
1979 Amco Cup Semi Final Cronulla v Souths 13-9 A few minutes highlights & entire 4th quarter. 25 mins footage
1979 Amco Cup Souths v NSW Country 25-10 Souths captain Bob McMillan is man of the match. 45 mins footage
1979 Amco Shield Final St Gregory's v Holy Cross Ryde 16-14 Campbelltown win the schoolboy title for the first time. Features Benny Elias & Ivan Henjak
1979 Group 10 Grand Final Bathurst v Cowra 11-9 Cowra Magpies feature Royce Simmons & Charlestons Captain Coach Keith Cook
1979 Newcastle Grand Final Northern Newcastle v Cessnock 20-8  
1979 QRL Brisbane Grand Final Valleys v Souths 26-0 Wally Lewis man of the match for the Diehards. Chris Close also stars
1979 QRL Brisbane Major Semi Final Valleys v Easts 25-2 1 hour highlights only
1979 Round 11 Penrith v Cronulla 17-11 Ray Blacklock scores 2 tries
1979 Round 12 Wests v Parramatta 31-13 Magpies beat ladder leaders Parramatta. Eels drop to 5th with the loss
1979 Round 13 Balmain v Wests 15-17 Tigers score 3 tries to 2 but Wests get home on John Dorahy's 2 tries, a goal & field goal
1979 Round 14 Parramatta v Canterbury 12-13 Includes highlights from Canterbury v Wests
1979 Round 15 St George v Parramatta 19-18 The biggest crowd of the year sees ray Price score 2 tries but Mick Cronin kick only 3 from 8
1979 Round 19 Canterbury v Souths 13-7 Chris Anderson 2 tries
1979 Round 20 Wests v Manly 21-13 Wests keep their finals hopes alive with a win
1979 Round 22 Balmain v Souths 11-12 Wayne Wigham 2 tries for the Tigers. Grant Jones scores & kicks 3 goals for Souths.
1980 1st Interstate Game NSW v QLD Residents 35-3 NSW virtual test team play a young QLD side with future stars Meninga, Close & Dowling
1980 Commonwealth Bank Cup Semi St Gregory's v Christian Bros 28-8 Manly feature Phil Blake. Campbelltown feature Michael Potter & Ivan Henjak
1980 Commonwealth Bank Cup St Gregory's v Bomaderry 26-0 St Gregory's Campbelltown feature 1979 player of the year Ivan Henjak
1980 Commonwealth Bank Final St Gregory's v Holy Cross Ryde 11-9 Benny Elias named player of the year. Michael Potter & Ivan Henjak star for Campbelltown
1980 Craven Mild Cup Balmain v St George 29-8 Tigers score 7 tries to nil. Wayne Pearce scores his first try in 1st grade
1980 Craven Mild Cup Balmain v Wests 13-6  
1980 Craven Mild Cup Newtown v Canterbury 16-3 Phil Sigsworth a try & 6 goals. Average quality footage.
1980 Grand Final Canterbury v Easts 18-4 No pregame and some post game footage
1980 QRL Brisbane City v Country 21-17 City Team features Meninga & Close. Country has Greg Dowling
1980 QRL Brisbane Grand Final Norths v Souths 17-15 Features Mal Meninga for Souths
1980 QRL Brisbane Major Semi Final Souths v Valleys 22-14 Magpies first team into the 1980 Grand Final. Mal Meninga & Bryan Neibling the best on ground
1980 QRL Brisbane Minor Semi Final Norths v Brothers 24-17 Missing last minute as Brothers score.
1980 QRL Brisbane Preliminary Final Norths v Valleys 15-14  
1980 QRL Brisbane Round 11 Redcliffe v Easts 29-18 Dolphins score 7 tries to 2 - Tony Obst man of the match
1980 QRL Brisbane Round 13 Brothers v Redcliffe 26-13 Wayne Bennett coached Brothers move into 2nd place
1980 QRL Brisbane Round 19 Redcliffe v Valleys 23-20 1 hour highlights only
1980 QRL Brisbane Round 21 Redcliffe v Souths 21-18 Dolphins snap Magpies winning streak of 11 games & rob them of the Minor Premiership
1980 QRL Brisbane Round 7 Redcliffe v Souths 14-14 Dolphins lead 12-2 before Souths come back to snatch a draw
1980 Round 1 Balmain v Parramatta 10-37 Wayne Pearce makes his debut for the Tigers
1980 Round 4 Wests v Manly 19-4 Wests score 5 tries. Manly's only points from 2 Eadie goals
1980 Round 5 Newtown v Souths 12-10 Ken Wilson kicks 6 goals & Newtown win controversially. Missing last few minutes
1980 State of Origin #1 QLD v NSW 20-10 First ever Origin. Mal Meninga kicks 7 goals & Chris Close is Man of the Match
1980 Tooth Cup Balmain v QLD Country 45-5 Tigers need a 26 point win the qualify for the quarter finals
1980 Tooth Cup Canterbury v NSW Country 35-3 Bulldogs turn a 9-3 halftime lead into a thrashing
1980 Tooth Cup Combined Brisbane Firsts v Manly 27-20 Wally Lewis starts on the bench & Meninga is man of the match
1980 Tooth Cup Combined Brisbane v Manly 27-20 Wally Lewis scores a late try & Mal Meninga man of the match
1980 Tooth Cup Cronulla v Canterbury 19-18 Steve Gearin scores solo try but then misses game winning conversion
1980 Tooth Cup Final Balmain v Parramatta 5-8 Eels win their first midweek cup against Wayne Pearce in his debut season
1980 Tooth Cup Norths v QLD Country 40-5 Bears lead 18-0 at quarter time, a midweek cup record
1980 Tooth Cup Qtr Finals Parramatta v Canterbury 16-7  
1981 1st Interstate Game NSW v QLD Residents 10-2 Lang Park croud boo loudly every time a NSW based Queenslander touches the ball
1981 2nd Interstate Game NSW v QLD Residents 22-9 Garry Dowling man of the match with 2 tries
1981 2nd Test Australia v France 17-2 Terry Fahey 2 tries
1981 Grand Final Parramatta v Newtown 20-11 Parrmatta's 1st Premiership
1981 Minor Semi Final Newtown v Manly 20-15 Famous for all in brawl
1981 Preliminary Final Newtown v Easts 15-5  
1981 QLD Origin Trial South East QLD v Papua New Guinea 59-3 SEQ Led by Arthur Beetson score 13 tries
1981 QRL Brisbane Grand Final Souths v Redcliffe 13-9 Arthur Beetson plays his last match. Souths score in last minute with Redcliffe up 9-8
1981 QRL Brisbane Major Semi Final Redcliffe v Souths 21-10 Arthur Beetson leads Redcliffe into the Grand Final with a vintage display
1981 QRL Brisbane Preliminary Final Souths v Wynnum 16-11 Souths deny the Seagulls their first Grand Final appearance
1981 QRL Brisbane Round 5 Wynnum v Easts 10-7 Wynnum win 3 in a row for the first time in 5 years. Gene Miles man of the match
1981 QRL Brisbane Woolies Cup Grand Final Wynnum v Redcliffe 17-10 Seagulls win first title in 1st grade after Dolphins have 2 players sent off
1981 Round 10 Norths v Newtown 11-9 Newtown lead 8-0 at halftime due to tries by John Ferguson & Michael Pobjie
1981 Round 13 Souths v St George 34-17 Mark Ross scores 2 tries & kicks 8 from 9. Graeme Wynn 2 tries for Dragons
1981 Round 4 Penrith v Manly 28-10 Penrith come from 10-8 down at halftime. Stephen Martin 2 tries
1981 Round 6 Parramatta v St George 25-16  
1981 Round 9 Norths v Manly 23-4 Mark Graham 2 tries
1981 Tooth Cup Balmain v Easts 21-5 Olsen Filipaina man of the match. Poor quality
1981 Tooth Cup Final Souths v Cronulla 10-2 Rabbitohs win the only midweek Cup. Steve Rogers named player of the series
1981 Tooth Cup Newtown v Combined Brisbane Firsts 23-19  
1981 Tooth Cup Newtown v QLD Country 33-7  
1982 1st Test Australia v Great Britain 40-4 Kangaroos turn 10-4 halftime lead into a smashing
1982 2nd Test Australia v Great Britain 27-6 Les Boyd sent off just before halftime, Kangaroos still win comfortably with 12 men.
1982 3rd Test Australia v Great Britian 32-8 Australia score 4 tries in 10 mins after Lee Crooks is sent off
1982 Grand Final Parramatta v Manly 21-8 Parramatta win their 2nd title. Brett Kenny 2 Tries
1982 KB Cup Balmain v Combined Brisbane Firsts 13-10 First game for Ben Elias - Gary Bridge is man of the match
1982 KB Cup Combined Brisbane Firsts v South Island New Zealand 34-3 The Brisbane side score 8 tries
1982 KB Cup Final Manly v Newtown 23-8 Mike Eden player of the series
1982 KB Cup Newtown v QLD Country 43-2 Newtown crush an inexperienced QLD Country side
1982 KB Cup Quarter Final Parramatta v Combined Brisbane Firsts 25-7 Steve Ella scores 2 tries & Peter Sterling adds another
1982 KB Cup Semi Final Manly v Parramatta 24-10  
1982 KB Cup Semi Final Newtown v Souths 8-8 Newtown make the final based on penalty count.
1982 KB Cup Souths v Norths 18-10  
1982 Minor Preliminary Semi Final Easts v Wests 11-7 Terry Fahey 2 tries
1982 QLD Tour game QLD v New Zealand 31-16 QLD residents team win on the back of 3 tries by Wayne Challis. Meninga adds a try & 5 goals
1982 QRL Brisbane Grand Final Wynnum v Souths 17-3 Features Gene Miles, Greg Dowling for Wynnum - 1st premiership for the Seagulls
1982 QRL Brisbane Major Semi Final Souths v Valleys 10-6 2 players sent off & souths score match winning try late. 40 mins footage
1982 QRL Brisbane Minor Semi Final Wynnum v Redcliffe 35-0 Warren Green has 20 points. Rod Morris man of the match - 45 min highlights
1982 QRL Brisbane Woolies Cup Final Valleys v Souths 21-15  
1982 Round 10 Balmain v Manly 17-28 Les Boyd man of the match. 55 mins footage
1982 Round 16 Newtown v Souths 12-7 John Ferguson and Alan McMahon score tries
1982 Round 22 Parramatta v Souths 15-16  
1982 Round 25 Easts v Manly 40-2 Roosters belt 2nd place Manly - Terry Fahey 2 tries. Giteau kicks 8 from 10
1982 Round 7 Manly v Newtown 12-9 50 Min Highlights. Dean Lance plays his 3rd ever game
1982 Round 8 Balmain v Canterbury 6-0 Wayne Pearce man of the match
1983 Grand Final Parramatta v Manly 18-6 Parramatta win their 3rd title. Brett Kenny 2 Tries
1983 KB Cup Combined Brisbane Firsts v Norths 38-18 Wally Lewis man of the match
1983 KB Cup Final Manly v Cronulla 26-6 Ian Schubert player of the series
1983 KB Cup Preliminary Round Balmain v Canberra 20-22 Raiders cause upset with many former Tigers in their side
1983 KB Cup Preliminary Round Manly v Parramatta 5-0 Manly knock the Eels out before the 1st round.
1983 KB Cup QTR Final Cronulla v Wests 34-12 Terry Lamb gets magpies within 8 points before the Sharks kick away
1983 KB Cup Quarter Final Combined Brisbane Firsts v NSW Country 54-14 Mitch Brennan scores 3 tries
1983 KB Cup Semi Final Manly v Combined Brisbane Firsts 23-14 Phil Blake scores 2 tries & a Field Goal
1983 KB Cup Wests v Illawarra 10-4 Magpies score 2 tries to 1 to advance
1983 Major Preliminary Semi Final Parramatta v Canterbury 30-22  
1983 Major Semi Final Parramatta v Manly 10-19  
1983 Minor Preliminary Semi Final Balmain v St George 14-17 Tigers lead 14-6 before losing in extra time
1983 Newcastle Grand Final Maitland v Cessnock 20-12 40 min highlights. Features Neil Pringle, Robert Finch & David Trewella
1983 Playoff for 5th St George v Easts 44-16 Michael O'Connor scores 2 tries and Easts Tom Arbor is sent off
1983 QLD Tour game QLD v Hull 6-8 QLD lose their only game on tour against John Dorahy led Hull.
1983 QRL Brisbane Grand Final Easts v Redcliffe 14-6  
1983 QRL Brisbane Major Semi Final Easts v Redcliffe 11-5 Tigers are first team into the Grand Final. Steve Stacey man of the match
1983 QRL Brisbane Reserve Grade Grand Final Souths v Easts 18-10 Coaches film, no commentary
1983 QRL Brisbane Round 1 Souths v Brothers 33-4 Brad Tessmann man of the match - 40 mins footage
1983 QRL Brisbane Round 4 Valleys v Wynnum Manly 24-10 Valleys win without Wally Lewis - 30 mins footage, some tracking lines
1983 QRL Brisbane State League Final Valleys v Easts 20-12 Wally Lewis wins man of the match in a game played in pouring rain
1983 Reserve Grade Grand Final Souths v Manly 12-6 Rabbitohs win first title in any grade since 1971
1983 Round 11 Parramatta v Easts 26-4 Brett Kenny 2 tries
1983 Round 13 Parramatta v St George 33-4 Neil Hunt 2 tries - 43 mins footage
1983 Round 17 Manly v Canterbury 34-6 Phil Blake scores 2 tries - some tracking issues at the bottom
1983 Round 19 Manly v Easts 40-18 John Ribot scores 3 tries & Noel Cleal 2 tries - some tracking issues at the bottom
1983 Round 2 Manly v Illawarra 26-18 Steelers 1st ever televised game, they come from 20-2 down at halftime to nearly cause an upset
1983 Round 3 Manly v Canterbury 36-2 Phil Blake scores 4 tries
1983 Round 6 Balmain v Manly 18-34 Bhil Blake & Wayne Pearce 2 tries each
1983 Round 9 Manly v Canberra 24-14 Chris Close scores 2 tries
1983 State of Origin #1 QLD v NSW 24-12 Les Boyd breaks Darryl Brohman's jaw. Wayne Pearce origin debut
1984 City v Country 38-12  
1984 English League Round 1 Castleford v St Helens 30-16 Mal Meninga makes his Saints debut, scores 2 tries & kicks 2 goals - no sound.
1984 Grand Final Canterbury v Parramatta 6-4 Bulldogs hard defense prevents a 4th straight Eels Premiership
1984 Panasonic Cup Combined Brisbane Firsts v Souths 25-18  
1984 Panasonic Cup Final Combined Brisbane Firsts v Easts 12-11 Brisbane last ditch defensive effort wins them the cup.
1984 Panasonic Cup Qtr Final Combined Brisbane Firsts v Canterbury 14-11 John Ribot scores the winning try after the Bulldogs lead 11-8
1984 Panasonic Cup Qualifier Queensland Country v Auckland 25-18 Peter Gill is named man of the match
1984 Panasonic Cup Semi Final Combined Brisbane Firsts v Parramatta 14-12 Brisbane advance in muddy conditions
1984 Playoff For 5th Souths v Canberra 23-4 Raiders first tilt at finals football comes up short - Canberra play in white jerseys
1984 Preliminary Final Parramatta v St George 8-7 Eels make their 4th Grand Final in a row, Eric Grothe scores the winning try.
1984 QRL Brisbane Grand Final Wynnum v Souths 42-8 David Green scores 2 tries, captains the wynnum side Featuring Wally Lewis, Gene Miles & Greg Dowling
1984 QRL Brisbane Minor Semi Final Valleys v Redcliffe 18-16 Grant Rix Man of the Match
1984 QRL Brisbane Playoff for 4th Redcliffe v Brothers 22-11 John Ribot is man of the match as Redcliffe win through to face Valleys
1984 QRL Brisbane Preliminary Final Souths v Valleys 14-8 Gary Belcher man of the match
1984 QRL Brisbane Round 5 Souths v Redcliffe 26-18 Dolphins trial 20-18 but Mick Vievers scores a late try for the Magpies
1984 QRL Brisbane State League Final Wynnum v Souths 21-10 Gene Miles scores 2 tries & Mal Green is named man of the match. Belcher 2 tries for the Magpies
1984 QRL Brisbane State League Semi Final Wynnum v North QLD 22-0 Wynnum shut out a Marlins team missing Dale Shearer to make the State League Final
1984 QRL Brisbane State League Semi Souths v Valleys 17-2 Meninga & Lindner score tries. Missing 1st quarter but no scoring missed.
1984 QRL Brisbane State League Souths v Easts 22-10 Magpies win 9th in a row. Mal Meninga intercept try, Bob Lindner man of the match
1984 QRL Brisbane Woolies Cup Semi Final Souths v Redcliffe 26-10 Coaches film, no commentary - Ash Lumby stars for Souths
1984 QRL Brisbane Woolies Cup Souths v Wynnum Manly 36-8 Coaches film, no commentary, lighting a bit dark as well.
1984 Reserve Grade Grand Final Balmain v St George 10-8 Balmain win last major premiership
1984 Round 9 Balmain v Norths 12-6  
1984 State of Origin #1 QLD v NSW 29-12 Roach & Jack Debut
1984 State of Origin #2 QLD v NSW  14-2 Greg Dowling famous try off the crossbar. Brawl on opening tackle
1984 State of Origin #3 QLD v NSW 12-22 Steve Mortimer captains NSW for 1st time & wins man of the match
1984 Tour Game QLD v New Zealand 18-14 QLD win despite missing test players Lewis, Miles & Dowling
1985 1st Test Australia v New Zealand 26-20 Greg Dowling, Kevin Tamati fight at Lang Park.
1985 City v Country 18-12 Includes City Seconds v Country Seconds
1985 Dally M Awards N/A Greg Alexander is the winner
1985 English Challenge Cup Final Wigan v Hull 28-24 A Peter Sterling inspired Hull fall short in a classic against Brett Kenny.
1985 Grand Final Canterbury v St George 7-6 Bulldogs hold off the Minor Premiers Dragons after being up 7-0 with 8 mins left
1985 Group 11 Grand Final Dubbo Westlake v Dubbo Macquarie 24-28  
1985 Major Preliminary Semi Final Balmain v Canterbury 8-14 Andrew Farrar scores in the 99th minute 
1985 Minor Preliminary Semi Final Parramatta v Penrith 38-6 Eric Grothe 2 tries as Parramatt crush the Panthers playing their 1st ever final
1985 Panasonic Cup Balmain v Combined Brisbane Firsts 33-16 Scott Gale Man of the series
1985 Panasonic Cup Final Balmain v Cronulla 14-12  
1985 Panasonic Cup QTR Final Balmain v St George 20-18 Tigers come from behind to beat the Dragons for the 2nd time in 5 days
1985 Panasonic Cup Semi Final Balmain v Wests 12-10  
1985 Panasonic Cup Wests v Auckland 32-10  
1985 Playoff for 5th Penrith v Manly 10-7 Penrith make the finals for the 1st time. A rare Paul Vautin field goal
1985 QRL Brisbane Grand Final Souths v Wynnum 10-8 Last Brisbane game for Mal Meninga. John Elias man of the match. 2 different versions of the game available
1985 QRL Brisbane Major Semi Final Souths v Brothers 14-8 Gary French try & 3 goals as Magpies 1st team into the Grand Final
1985 QRL Brisbane Minor Semi Final Wynnum v Valleys 25-22 30 Mins highlights only
1985 QRL Brisbane Preliminary Final Wynnum v Brothers 35-16 David Green scores 3 tries for the Seagulls in a dominant display
1985 QRL Brisbane Round 1 Souths v Norths 26-8 Trevor Gillmeister scores Devils only try. Mark Meskell man of the match
1985 QRL Brisbane Round 12 Souths v Valleys 26-10 Valleys up 10-0. Peter Jackson man of the match
1985 QRL Brisbane Round 14 Brothers v Valleys 30-12 JIP couple mins into the game. Joe Kilroy scores 3 tries.
1985 QRL Brisbane Round 2 Wynnum v Souths 26-12 Seagulls captain David Green scores 2 tries & wins the scrums 12-4.
1985 QRL Brisbane Round 5 Souths v Valleys 16-14 Gary Belcher man of the match with a try. 
1985 QRL Brisbane Round 6 Souths v Brothers 20-8 Norm Carr man of the match with a try. Features some great Gary Belcher run back's
1985 QRL Brisbane Round 9 Souths v Wynnum 44-6 Seagulls are missing origin stars & Peter Jackson scores 2 tries
1985 QRL Brisbane State League Final Wynnum v Brothers 16-0  
1985 QRL Brisbane State League Round 1 Souths v Brothers 10-0 JIP towards end of 1st quarter, no scoring missed. Garry Thompson scores both tries in pouring rain
1985 QRL Brisbane State League Semi Final Brothers v Souths 28-16 Mal Meninga plays his 1st game after a stint in England. Bretheren Pat Shepherdson a try & 6 goals.
1985 QRL Brisbane State League Souths v Valleys 3-2 1st half highlights & entire 2nd half. Gary French FG with 2 mins remaining
1985 Reserve Grade Grand Final St George v Canberra 22-16 Dragons score a try right on fulltime to win
1985 Round 12 Balmain v Parramatta 17-4  
1985 Round 13 Balmain v Souths 24-12 Wayne Pearce's 100th game
1985 Round 19 Balmain v Manly 24-16 Tigers maintain top spot on the ladder 
1985 Round 2 Balmain v Penrith 36-6 Garry Jack & Kevin Hardwick 2 tries each
1985 Round 2 Parramatta v Canberra 36-22 Ivan Henjak 2 Tries for Canberra
1985 Round 24 Balmain v Canberra 30-12 John Davidson 2 tries
1985 Round 7 Balmain v Easts 8-12 John Ferguson long range try is the difference
1985 Round 9 Balmain v St George 24-19  
1985 State of Origin #2 QLD v NSW 14-21 NSW finally win a series
1985 State of Origin #3 QLD v NSW 20-6 Wally Fullerton Smith is man of the Match
1986 1st Test Australia v Great Britain 38-16 Gene Miles & Michael O'Connor score 3 tries each
1986 2nd Test Australia v Great Britain 34-4 Garry Jack 2 tries, Britains only points coming in last few minutes
1986 3rd Test Australia v Great Britain 24-15 Australia wrap up consecutive 3-0 defeats of the Lions
1986 Grand Final Parramatta v Canterbury 4-2 Only tryless Grand Final - Price & Cronin retire
1986 Kangaroo Tour Australia v Bradford Northern 38-0  
1986 Kangaroo Tour Australia v Cumbria 48-12  
1986 Kangaroo Tour Australia v Halifax 36-2  
1986 Kangaroo Tour Australia v Hull 48-0  
1986 Kangaroo Tour Australia v Hull Kingston Rovers 46-10  
1986 Kangaroo Tour Australia v Leeds 40-0  
1986 Kangaroo Tour Australia v Oldham 22-16  
1986 Kangaroo Tour Australia v St Helens 32-8  
1986 Kangaroo Tour Australia v Widnes 20-4  
1986 Kangaroo Tour Australia v Wigan 26-18 Opening game of the tour
1986 Major Semi Final Parramatta v Canterbury 28-6 Tony Chalmers & Brett Kenny score 2 tries each
1986 Minor Preliminary Semi Final Balmain v Manly 29-22  
1986 Minor Semi Final Balmain v Souths 36-11 Famous Mario Fenech send off after allegedly biting Benny Elias - Schofield 3 tries
1986 Panasonic Cup Balmain v Cronulla 22-14  
1986 Panasonic Cup Balmain v Cronulla 22-14  
1986 Panasonic Cup Easts v Port Moresby 60-16 Game played at Lang Park - Missing last 30 seconds
1986 Panasonic Cup Final Balmain v Parramatta 16-32 Ray Price player of the series
1986 Panasonic Cup Manly v Combined Brisbane Firsts 18-10 Phil Blake scores 2 tries 
1986 Panasonic Cup Qtr Final Balmain v Canberra 20-12  
1986 Panasonic Cup Semi Final Balmain v Easts 25-10  
1986 Playoff for 5th Balmain v Norths 14-7  
1986 Preliminary Final Balmain v Canterbury 16-28 Terry Lamb scores a Try, 5 goals & 2 FG's. Balmain 2 late tries
1986 QRL Brisbane Grand Final Wynnum v Brothers 14-6  
1986 QRL Brisbane Major Semi Final Wynnum v Redcliffe 26-6  
1986 QRL Brisbane Minor Semi Final Brothers v Valleys 10-8 A Brothers try with 2 mins remaining ends the Diehards season
1986 QRL Brisbane Preliminary Final Brothers v Redcliffe 14-2 Bretheren beat the more fancied Dolphins. Greg Smith man of the match
1986 QRL Brisbane Round 10 Redcliffe v Souths 32-12 Steve Bleakley man of the match
1986 QRL Brisbane Round 3 Valleys v Souths 42-6 Tengdahl scores 2 tries for Diehards. Peter Jackson only Souths try
1986 QRL Brisbane Round 5 Souths v Brothers 19-12 Bretheren wear green shorts as there was talk of jersey clashes
1986 QRL Brisbane Round 6 Valleys v Wynnum Manly 20-12 Wynnum missing 6 State of Origin players, Valleys has Gavin Allen, Mark Hohn
1986 QRL Brisbane State League Final Wynnum v Redcliffe 46-10 Missing 1st 5 mins, JIP Redcliffe 2-0 up.
1986 QRL Brisbane State League Norths v Souths 16-6 Bottom placed Devils cause upset with great play from halves Craig Grauf & Geoff Bagnall
1986 Round 14 Balmain v Canterbury 28-0 Garry Schofield 2 Tries
1986 Round 17 Balmain v Manly 14-9 Ross Conlon scores a try & kicks 3 goals to get the Tigers home
1986 Round 2 Parramatta v St George 36-6 1st game at Parramatta Stadium
1986 Round 24 Parramatta v Souths 12-12 Last game at Parra for Mick Cronin & Ray Price
1986 Round 7 Balmain v Illawarra 22-18 Balmain just hang on with 12 men after Paul Sironen is sent off
1986 State of Origin Game 1 QLD v NSW 16-22 1 hour highlights only
1986 State of Origin Game 2 QLD v NSW 20-24 1 hour highlights only
1986 State of Origin Game 3 QLD v NSW 16-18  
1987 Grand Final Manly v Canberra 18-8 Manly beat 1st time Grand Finalists Canberra at the last Grand Final at the SCG
1987 Minor Semi Final Canberra v Souths 46-12 Steve Mavin pulled after 16 mins after 3 dropped balls lead to tries
1987 Panasonic Cup Balmain v Port Moresby 62-8 Balmain field a reserve grade side captained by Ben Elias
1987 Panasonic Cup Final Balmain v Penrith 14-12 2nd Panasonic Cup win in 3 years, Benny Elias player of the series
1987 Panasonic Cup Penrith v Combined Brisbane Firsts 14-2 Last game for the Combined Brisbane side
1987 Panasonic Cup Quarter Final Balmain v Souths 11-10 Tigers hold on after Phil Blake scores 60m try to bring Souths within a point.
1987 Panasonic Cup Semi Final Penrith v Parramatta 32-22  
1987 Preliminary Final Canberra v Easts 32-24 Raiders make first ever Grand Final with a returning Mal Meninga leading the way
1987 QLD Origin Trial QLD Maroons v QLD Blues 10-20 Brisbane based QLD players play against Sydney based QLD players
1987 QRL Brisbane Grand Final Brothers v Redcliffe 26-8 Brothers win last Grand Final before Broncos join the NSWRL.
1987 QRL Brisbane Minor Semi Final Redcliffe v Wynnum 30-7 Wally Lewis & Gene Miles last game for Wynnum
1987 QRL Brisbane Preliminary Final Redcliffe v Norths 24-16 Greg Dowling last game for Norths
1987 QRL Brisbane State League Ipswich v Souths 16-0 Kerrod Walters awarded penalty try. Allan Langer stars for the Jets.
1987 QRL Brisbane State League Wynnum v Ipswich 20-16 30 mins highlights only, features Allan Langer, Kerrod Walters for Ipswich
1987 Round 1 Balmain v Parramatta 30-6 Wayne Pearce returns after knee injury, Tigers beat Eels for 1st time in 6 tries
1987 Round 19 Balmain v Canberra 28-0 Tigers remain unbeaten all time v 3rd placed Canberra, Benny Elias 100th game
1987 Round 2 Balmain v Canterbury 11-8 David Gillespie sent off, Ref needed Police escort off the field.
1987 Round 24 Balmain v Penrith 22-6 Tigers lock up semi final spot
1987 Round 4 Balmain v Cronulla 15-8 Scott Gale chip kick to score turning point.
1987 Round 8 Balmain v Norths 26-6 Long range try by Paul Sironen & 2 Elias Field Goals.
1987 State of Origin #1 QLD v NSW 16-20 McGaw scores last second try, Allan Langer Debut
1987 State of Origin #2 QLD v NSW 12-6 Peter Sterling man of the match on a losing side
1987 State of Origin #4 QLD v NSW 18-30 Only Origin game in Los Angeles. Peter Sterling is Man of the Match
1987 World Cup Qualifier Great Britian v Papua New Guinea 42-0  
1988 3rd Test Australia v Great Britian 12-26 Includes highlights from first 2 tests
1988 British Lions Tour Match Manly v Great Britain 30-0 Manly missing 6 regulars, Geoff Toovey man of the match in his 3rd game
1988 English Premiership Final Widnes v St Helens 38-14 Alan Tait makes his debut
1988 Grand Final Balmain v Canterbury 12-24 Both versions (NSW & QLD commontary)
1988 Great Britain v Combined Brisbane 28-14 30 mins as aired on TV - warm up game for British Lions. Garry Schofield breaks his jaw
1988 Great Britain v Western Division 28-26 Lion lead 26-10 with 20 mins remaining before Western Division nearly pull off the upset
1988 Group 11 Grand Final Parkes v Dubbo Macquarie 15-10  
1988 International Series Australia v The Rest of The World 22-10 Mark McGaw scores 2 tries
1988 Major Semi Final Canterbury v Cronulla 26-8 Bulldogs become 1st team in Grand Final by dispatching Minor Premiers Cronulla
1988 Minor Preliminary Semi Final Balmain v Manly 19-6  
1988 Minor Semi Final Balmain v Canberra 14-6  
1988 Panasonic Cup Balmain v Illawarra 12-10  
1988 Panasonic Cup Final Balmain v St George 8-16 Peter Gill player of the series
1988 Panasonic Cup Newcastle v Combined Brisbane Firsts 26-0 Combined Brisbane feature Dan Stains, Pat O'Doherty & Kelly Egan
1988 Panasonic Cup Norths v Gold Coast 12-6 Giants first appearance in midweek football
1988 Panasonic Cup Quarter Final Balmain v Norths 14-10 Tigers score 3 tries to 1 to advance to the Semi Finals again
1988 Playoff for 5th Balmain v Penrith 28-8 Tigers win 3rd sudden death game in a row, Roach suspended
1988 Preliminary Final Balmain v Cronulla 9-2 Tigers reach 1st Grand Final since 1969 
1988 QLD Origin Trial City v Country 44-16 Allan Langer is the star for City
1988 QRL Brisbane Grand Final Valleys v Ipswich 17-14 Tommy Raudonikus coach for Ipswich
1988 QRL Brisbane State League Final Valleys-Tweed v Easts 26-10 Steve Hegerty is man of the match while Darren Smith was best on field for Easts
1988 QRL Brisbane Woolies Cup Grand Final Valleys v Logan City 38-4 Scorpions only final appearance - poor sound quality
1988 Reserve Grade Grand Final Manly v Easts 22-2 Paul Shaw scores 2 tries in a man of the match performance
1988 Round 1 Brisbane v Manly 44-10 Broncos win first ever game against defending premiers
1988 Round 1 Canberra v Illawarra 28-8 Gary Belcher is man of the match in a dominant performance 1 hour footage
1988 Round 1 Parramatta v Newcastle 28-4 Newcastle Knights first game
1988 Round 13 Brisbane v St George 26-22 Rohan Teevan scores 2 tries and Gene Miles stars in the 2nd row after being dropped for the test match
1988 Round 14 Norths v Canterbury 30-18 Norths shockingly led the ladder leaders 30-4 after 60 mins, 3 late dogs tries reduced the margin
1988 Round 15 Canterbury v Brisbane 25-10 Brisbane lead 10-9 in the 2nd half before Steve Mortimer comes off the bench & puts on 2 tries
1988 Round 16 Brisbane v Manly 28-10 Wally Lewis scores 2 tries & Greg Dowling is man of the match
1988 Round 18 Brisbane v Wests 32-6 Broncos score 3 tries in the space of 4 tackles to blow the game open. Miles 2 tries
1988 Round 18 Canterbury v Easts 29-14 Tony Currie scores 2 tries
1988 Round 19 Brisbane v Norths 24-6 Wally Lewis scores 2 tries.
1988 Round 19 Canterbury v Canberra 23-16 Bulldogs trailed 12-2 after 34 mins but scored either side of halftime to take control of the match
1988 Round 2 Canterbury v Cronulla 22-18 Hot & Cold Bulldogs hold on for a win after allowing Sharks to come from 12-2 down
1988 Round 20 Balmain v Manly 4-8 Most controversial match of the year, Tigers have 4 players sent to the sin bin. Ellery Hanley makes debut
1988 Round 20 Canterbury v Illawarra 18-12 Ian Russell scores 2 tries as the Steelers nearly beat the Bulldogs again in 1988
1988 Round 21 Balmain v Penrith 16-14 Balmain must win to stay alive against 1st place Panthers
1988 Round 22 Balmain v Brisbane 20-10 Loser of the game eliminated from 1988 finals race
1988 Round 3 Brisbane v Wests 38-4 1st ever Broncos away match
1988 Round 3 Cronulla v Gold Coast 13-12 The Giants nearly pull off the upset but Troy McCarthy injures his shoulder & the Sharks kick a late FG
1988 Round 3 Manly v Parramatta 64-12  
1988 Round 4 Canterbury v Canberra 22-17 Bulldogs come from 17-6 down with debutant Robin Thorne scoring the match winning try in the final seconds
1988 Round 5 Balmain v Manly 8-6 A Benny Elias try wins it for the Tigers
1988 Round 5 Brisbane v Parramatta 24-18 Broncos remain undefeated after trailing 12-2. Sterling v Langer dual a highlight
1988 Round 7 Balmain v Brisbane 26-18 Brisbane's first ever loss, ABC Archives
1988 Round 7 Canterbury v Souths 16-12 Bulldogs score 3 tries to 1 though there was never more than 4 points in it during the match
1988 Round 8 Canterbury v Penrith 18-12 Belmore had 18 tons of sand dumped on it before the game, the fact the Dogs trained on it the day before got them home.
1988 State of Origin #1 QLD v NSW 26-18 1st Origin not featuring Lewis, Vautin Captain
1988 State of Origin #2 QLD v NSW 16-6 Crowd fills field with cans when Wally is sin binned
1988 Trial Match Brisbane v New Zealand Presidents XIII 38-6 Wally Lewis makes 1st appearence in a Bronco Jersey wearing #30 & scores from the bench
1989 Alpha Romeo Challenge Balmain v Canterbury 28-16 Balmain avenge the 1988 Grand Final defeat but lose Garry Jack with a broken arm
1989 Commonwealth Bank Cup Patrician Bros v MacArthur High 14-6 MacArthur High has Brad Fittler & Ben Alexander
1989 English Premiership Final Widnes v Hull 18-10  
1989 Grand Final Balmain v Canberra 14-19 Both versions available (NSW & QLD commentary)
1989 Major Preliminary Semi Final Balmain v Penrith 24-12 Tigers beat Penrith for 2nd week in a row 
1989 Major Semi Final Balmain v Souths 20-10 Tigers win classic & become first team into 1989 Grand Final 
1989 Minor Semi Final Canberra v Penrith 27-18 Canberra advance to the Preliminary Final 
1989 Nissan Sevens Final Balmain v Easts 12-10 Balmain win $90,000
1989 Panasonic Cup Canterbury v Newcastle 24-2  
1989 Panasonic Cup Final Brisbane v Illawarra 22-20 Brisbane wins first championship over competitions last placed Illawarra
1989 Panasonic Cup Quarter Final Souths v Canterbury 10-10 Souths advance to the Semi Finals courtesy of the first try scored tie breaker
1989 Panasonic Cup St George v Combined Brisbane Firsts 14-10 Mark Coyne scores a late try to avoid the upset as scores are locked 10 all
1989 Playoff for 5th Cronulla v Brisbane 38-14 Alan Wilson 18 points, Brisbane miss finals again
1989 Preliminary Final Canberra v Souths 32-16 Raiders use 10-0 lead after 6 mins to send Souths out of the comp
1989 Presidents Cup Round 5 Balmain v Wests  18-22 Wests lead 16-4 into the 2nd half - 50 mins crowd noise only
1989 QRL Brisbane Grand Final Valleys v Ipswich 28-4 Valleys beat Ipswich for the 2nd year in a row
1989 QRL Brisbane State League Semi Final Easts v Central QLD 30-4 Tigers win easily due to the Capras making over 30 errors
1989 Round 12 Canberra v Brisbane 27-6 Wally Lewis leaves the game with a suspected broken arm. Brad Clyde 2 tries. 1 hour footage
1989 Round 12 Canterbury v Norths 6-6 Norths applied all the pressure but could only manage 3 goals in a wet game
1989 Round 14 Balmain v Cronulla 28-6 Roach, Sironen & McGuire lead the Tigers charge - Michael Neil man of the match
1989 Round 14 Canterbury v Brisbane 22-8 Bulldogs show fight against 2nd place Brisbane with Jason Alchin man of the match
1989 Round 15 Balmain v Canberra 18-12 Tigers remain unbeaten in Canberra - both teams missing test stars
1989 Round 15 Canterbury v Wests 26-6 Bulldogs keep in touch with the top 5 but lose Jason Alchin for the season
1989 Round 15 Souths v Brisbane 20-6 Brisbane were missing 10 regulars and Souths none with Phil Blake scoring 2 brilliant individual tries
1989 Round 16 Balmain v Norths 32-0 Tigers score 18 points in final 13 minutes
1989 Round 18 Balmain v Brisbane 24-6 Gary Freeman has his teeth knocked out - 40 mins of footage
1989 Round 19 Balmain v Parramatta 22-18 Eels led 10-0 after 13 mins but Tigers come back to lead 16-10 at halftime.
1989 Round 2 Brisbane v Manly 22-18 Wally Lewis is sent off. Cliff Lyons scores all 3 tries for Manly - Fox Sports Classic Replay
1989 Round 21 Canberra v Illawarra 16-6 Last game at Seiffert Oval
1989 Round 22 Balmain v Penrith 33-6 Includes 30 min highlights each Sths v Cant & Bris v Nths
1989 Round 22 Souths v Canterbury 18-18 Souths snatch late draw and could have won but Ellison's kick from the sideline missed
1989 Round 3 Balmain v Brisbane 15-6 Balmain win despite missing many stars
1989 Round 6 Canterbury v Easts 30-6 Bulldogs have their best game of the season after 2 straight losses. Terry Lamb 14 points
1989 Round 7 Souths v Canterbury 10-2 Souths bombed 5 tries but still managed to win after being down 2-0 at halftime
1989 Round 8 Newcastle v Canterbury 16-8 5 former Bulldogs spur the Knights to victory
1989 Round 9 Balmain v Canterbury 4-10 1st 1988 Grand Final rematch. Tigers missing Roach & McGuire
1989 State of Origin #2 QLD v NSW 16-12 Langer breaks his leg
1989 Wests v Canberra 25-22 Magpies led by Ellery Hanley & Garry Schofield cause upset of the season
1989 World Club Challenge Widness v Canberra 30-18 Widness come from behind to win
1990 2nd Test Australia v France 60-4  
1990 2nd Test Australia v Great Britian 14-10 Mal Meninga last minute try saves the ashes
1990 Channel 10 Challenge Final Canberra v Penrith 12-2  
1990 Channel 10 Challenge QTR Balmain v Canberra 0-14 Grand Final rematch results in another Raiders win. Garry Jack injured
1990 Channel 10 Challenge QTR Norths v Newcastle 16-12  
1990 Grand Final Canberra v Penrith 18-14  
1990 Kangaroo Tour Australia v Castleford 28-8 Andrew Ettingshausen 2 tries
1990 Kangaroo Tour Australia v Hull 34-4 Opening game of the tour. Meninga scores 2 tries but only kicks 1 from 6 goals
1990 Kangaroo Tour Australia v Warrington 26-6  
1990 Kangaroo Tour Australia v Widnes 15-8  
1990 Local Hero, The Wayne Pearce Story N/A DVD celebrating Pearce's career as per his book release
1990 Lotto Challenge Canberra v Illawarra 20-14 Raiders lead 14-0 at halftime
1990 Major Preliminary Semi Final Penrith v Brisbane 26-16 Penrith's first Semi Final win & Brisbane's first Semi Final appearance. Broncos come from 24-2 down
1990 Major Semi Final Penrith v Canberra 30-12 Panthers win through to 1st Grand Final in Extra Time - 1 hour 20 mins footage.
1990 Minor Semi Final Brisbane v Manly 12-4 Broncos first Semi Final win. 
1990 Playoff for 5th Balmain v Newcastle 12-4 Wayne Pearce inspirational in his last win, sends Tigers into Semi Finals
1990 Preliminary Final Canberra v Brisbane 32-4 Mal Meninga scores 2 tries, Wally Lewis plays his last game as a Bronco
1990 QRL Brisbane Grand Final Valleys v Norths 17-16 Neil Wharton misses a field goal with 10 seconds left for Valleys to win their 3rd in a row
1990 Reserve Grade Grand Final Brisbane v Canberra 14-6 Broncos win first Winfield Cup title against a Craig Bellamy led Canberra
1990 Round 1 Balmain v Manly 10-14 Freakish hail storm hit Leichardt oval, captains asked if they wanted to leave the field
1990 Round 10 Illawarra v Wests 20-8 Steelers led 12-0 after 5 mins with Ian Russell throwing final pass for all 3 tries
1990 Round 12 St George v Norths 18-12 Dragons win with 5 teenagers after 4 straight losses, remarkable after Norths had won 5 straight
1990 Round 13 Balmain v Gold Coast 46-2 Mick Neil 3 treis Damien McGarry 2 tries 
1990 Round 14 Balmain v Souths 44-10 Drugs scandal at Souths takes its toll as 3 players are sin binned & Phil Blake sent off
1990 Round 14 Brisbane v Canberra 22-20 Brisbane take 1st position after holding off the Raiders in front of a packed Lang Park
1990 Round 14 Norths v Canterbury 12-6 Bulldogs lose 5th straight as Bears hold on after leading 12-0 at halftime
1990 Round 15 Balmain v Illawarra 32-8 Tigers move into 2nd as this game marks the end of a 4 week period in which Tigers score 144-22
1990 Round 15 Brisbane v Canterbury 26-8 Broncos beat Bulldogs for the first time. Dale Shearer 2 tries
1990 Round 15, U21's Newcastle v Souths 30-10 Features Matthew Johns for Newcastle
1990 Round 16 Balmain v Manly 10-24 Steve Roach pats Eddie Ward on the head
1990 Round 16 Brisbane v Wests 30-10 Magpies lead 10-8 at halftime. Paul Hauff 2 tries
1990 Round 17 Balmain v Penrith 9-4 Tigers win scrappy battle to leap frog Penrith into 2nd on the ladder
1990 Round 17 Brisbane v Parramatta 24-22 Peter Sterling led the Eels to a 22-8 lead. Terry Matterson scores 2 tries in 9 mins - 1 hour footage
1990 Round 18 Balmain v Brisbane 16-30 Broncos beat the Tigers for the 1st time after 5 previous attempts. 1 hour footage (NSW & QLD footage available)
1990 Round 19, U21's Newcastle v Penrith 32-6 Features Rodney Howe, Adrian Brunker for Newcastle
1990 Round 20 Balmain v Wests 24-20 Wayne Pearce last regular season win
1990 Round 21 Balmain v Parramatta 10-14 Wayne Pearce last game at Leichardt. Bonus disc of TV Tributes
1990 Round 21 Brisbane v Newcastle 24-4 Broncos win despite missing 4 test players - 1 hour footage
1990 Round 22 Balmain v Newcastle 14-16 Tony Butterfield scores controversial try to send Knights into 5th place playoff against Tigers - 1 hour
1990 Round 22 Canterbury v Gold Coast 18-12 Last match for Bob McCarthy & Billy Johnstone
1990 Round 4 Brisbane v Manly 14-12 Kerrod Walters scores a controversial try to give the Broncos the win
1990 Round 5 Balmain v Wests 16-8 Magpies lead 8-4 at half in muddy conditions before 2 magical Steve Roach passes lead to tries
1990 Round 5 Canberra v Easts 66-12 Raiders biggest ever win, Meninga 5 Tries
1990 Round 6 Brisbane v Newcastle 28-4 Paul Hauff scores 3 tries on debut. Willie Carne scores on debut - 1 hour footage
1990 Round 7 Norths v Brisbane 14-12 Broncos lose Currie, Lewis & Walters to injuries in a game dominated by the Bears
1990 State of Origin #1 QLD v NSW 0-8 Ben Elias is Man of the Match, 1st NSW win since Game 1987
1990 State of Origin #3 QLD v NSW 14-10 Steve Jackson scores winning try for QLD with 11 mins to play
1991 Commonwealth Bank Cup Final St Gregory's v Patrician Bros 28-12 Damien Chapman 3 tries & player of the series. Also features Matt Seers, Glenn Grief, Tim Horan 55 mins
1991 Grand Final Penrith v Canberra 19-12 Panthers win 1st Premiership & Royce Simmons retires with a 2 try game
1991 International Wales v Papua New Guinea 68-0 Wales score 13 tries, led by Jonathan Davies' 24 points. Phil Ford 3 tries
1991 Lotto Challenge Balmain v Newcastle 20-22 Tigers lead 18-10 but Newcastle score a try to win with 2 mins remaining
1991 Lotto Challenge Brisbane v Norths 24-10 Steve Renouf 2 tries in a game played in the heat in Bundaberg
1991 Lotto Challenge Final Brisbane v Penrith 20-16 Brisbane come from 16-4 down. Fox Sports replay
1991 Lotto Challenge QTR Canterbury v Canberra 11-10 Bulldogs make the semi after surviving 2 late Raiders tries
1991 Lotto Challenge Quarter Final Brisbane v Newcastle 28-13 Newcastle lead 6-2 when 3 players are sent to the sin bin. Brisbane then pile on 4 tries.
1991 Lotto Challenge Quarter Final Illawarra v St George 36-6 John Simon scores 2 tries before leaving the field injured
1991 Lotto Challenge Semi Final Penrith v Canterbury 34-6 Steve Carter 3 tries & Ben Alexander scores 2 tries off the bench for the Panthers
1991 Lotto Challenge St George v Parramatta 20-16 Eels lead 16-10 with 8 mins remaining but Dragons score 2 tries to snatch victory
1991 Major Semi Final Penrith v Norths 16-14 Panthers make 2nd straight Grand Final even though Bears scored 3 tries to 2
1991 Minor Preliminary Semi Final Canberra v Wests 22-8 Wests hang with the double premiers till halftime but fade away in the 2nd half
1991 Playoff for 5th Wests v Canterbury 19-14 Jason Taylor has a man of the match performance in leading the Magpies to the semi's
1991 Preliminary Final Canberra v Norths 30-14 Bears led 12-0 after 17 mins but then Canberra kicked into gear, Paul Martin scoring 3 tries
1991 Presidents Cup Grand Final Canterbury v Parramatta 22-14 A Bulldogs side with Darren Senter, Craig Polla-Mounter & Jason Smith upset the minor premiers
1991 Round 1 Balmain v Canterbury 16-26 Alan Jones debut game as coach. Gary Freeman sent off
1991 Round 1 Wests v Gold Coast 20-14 Magpies debutant Jim Dymock scores twice in Wally's 1st game for the Seagulls - Fox Sports Classic
1991 Round 11 Easts v Wests 20-12 Roosters win 4th straight to end Magpies run of 6 straight wins
1991 Round 13 St George v Easts 28-14 Martin Offiah scores 3 tries against the team that didn't want him back in 91. Fox Sports replay
1991 Round 15 Brisbane v Newcastle 20-10 Knights fired up as Allan McMahon resigns before the match. First night game in Newcastle
1991 Round 17 St George v Brisbane 28-26 Mick Potter scores with seconds remaining to end Brisbane's semi final hopes
1991 Round 18 Brisbane v Canberra 18-8 Both teams missing test players 
1991 Round 21 Brisbane v Gold Coast 20-18 Wally Lewis plays against the Broncos for the first time
1991 Round 5 Gold Coast v Parramatta 16-8 Seagulls first win of the season. Wally Lewis reinjured in comeback match
1991 Round 5 Manly v St George 11-8 Both teams score only 1 try but the boot of Matthew Ridge gets Manly home
1991 Round 7 Wests v Brisbane 17-16 Magpies shock Broncos after Kerrod Walters sent off in 16th minute
1991 Round 8 Wests v Penrith 12-8 Panthers lose first game of the season but were missing Alexander & Simmons
1991 State of Origin #2 QLD v NSW 12-14 Famous Mark Geyer/Wally Lewis halftime stoush
1991 State of Origin #3 QLD v NSW 14-12 Wally Lewis last game
1992 1st Test Australia v Great Britian 22-6  
1992 2nd Test Australia v Great Britian 10-33  
1992 3rd Test Australia v Great Britian 16-10  
1992 British Lions Tour Great Britian v Canberra 24-12 Andy Platt scores 2 tries against a Raiders side missing their Internationals
1992 British Lions Tour Great Britian v Newcastle 22-0  
1992 English Premiership Final St Helens v Wigan 10-4  
1992 English Premiership Semi Final Wigan v Leeds 74-6 Martin Offiah scores 10 Tries
1992 Grand Final Brisbane v St George 28-8 Brisbane win their 1st Premiership. Allan Langer & Alan Cann score 2 tries each
1992 Great Britain v NSW Country 24-6  
1992 Major Preliminary Semi Final Illawarra v St George 18-16 Steelers first ever semi final & win after leading 18-6
1992 Major Semi Final Brisbane v Illawarra 22-12 Broncos win through to first ever Grand Final. Allan Langer 2 tries
1992 Minor Preliminary Semi Final Newcastle v Wests 21-2 First ever Semi Final win for Newcastle. Robbie O'Davis 2 tries
1992 Minor Semi Final St George v Newcastle 3-2 Peter Coyne kicks winning field goal for Dragons
1992 Nissan Sevens Tournament (Final Wigan v Brisbane) 18-6 3 hour footage of mostly full games and some highlights as well. 2 discs
1992 Preliminary Final St George v Illawarra 4-0 Missing first 4 mins - Fox Sports replay
1992 Round 10 Canterbury v Brisbane 28-24 Terry Lamb & Darren Smith each score 2 tries - 45 mins footage
1992 Round 11 Balmain v Manly 8-20  
1992 Round 11 Brisbane v Norths 28-22 4Norths come from 22-4 down but run out of time. Langer 2 tries - 5 mins footage
1992 Round 12 Balmain v Brisbane  10-26 Tigers take 6-0 lead early but overun - Steve Roach sent off. 43 mins footage
1992 Round 14 Manly v Wests 6-6  
1992 Round 16 Balmain v Wests 6-9 Tim Brasher scores just before halftime for a 9-6 Wests lead - no scoring in the 2nd half
1992 Round 18 Brisbane v Canberra 28-12 Meninga scores an 80m try to get to 18-12 but Broncos score twice in last 5 mins
1992 Round 18 Manly v Penrith 21-8  
1992 Round 19 Brisbane v Penrith 12-6 With the scores at 6 all, Terry Matterson kicks a penalty goal as John Cartwright is sin binned with 5 mins left.
1992 Round 20 Brisbane v Manly 22-10 Michael Hancock scores 2 tries as Brisbane end Manly's semi final hopes
1992 Round 21 Brisbane v Newcastle 37-12 Knights lead 12-2 before Bronco onslaught in last game at Lang Park. Kevin Walters 3 tries - 43 mins footage
1992 Round 22 Brisbane v Illawarra 15-8 Broncos beat Steelers for first time in 1992 after 2 previous losses
1992 Round 22 Gold Coast v Penrith 12-8 Wally Lewis last game
1992 Round 3 Brisbane v Canberra 24-16 Kevin Walters 2 tries, Raiders missing Belcher, Daley, Stuart - 45 mins footage low sound
1992 Round 3 Gold Coast v Illawarra 18-8 Seagulls upset the Steelers after Brent Todd is sent off - Fox Sports replay
1992 Round 4 Balmain v Souths 24-26 Eion Crossan kicks 7 from 7 to sink the Tigers. Tim Brasher 2 tries
1992 Round 5 Brisbane v Manly 28-12 Brisbane turn a 12-10 lead into a comfortable win - 45 mins footage low sound
1992 Round 7 Souths v Easts 22-16 Roosters remain in 1st after 2nd straight loss - Fox Sports replay
1992 Round 8 Brisbane v St George 20-18 Dragons come from 20-4 down but miss the final kick to tie - 45 mins footage low sound
1992 Round 8 Penrith v Canterbury 23-16 Panthers score 4 tries to 2 and Ben Alexander adds a field goal, his final NSWRL points.
1992 Round 9 Brisbane v Souths 26-18 Brisbane beat Souths missing 8 origin players. 45 mins footage
1992 State of Origin #1 QLD v NSW 6-14 Ben Elias famous bleed & Man of the Match performance
1992 Tooheys Challenge Brisbane v Canberra 28-16 Brisbane hold on after leading 16-0 against Raiders missing a number of stars - 43mins footage
1992 Tooheys Challenge Penrith v Norths 8-2 43 mins footage
1992 Tooheys Challenge Quarter Final Brisbane v Gold Coast 14-10 Wally Lewis brings Seagulls back from 10-0 down before Broncos secure late win
1992 Tooheys Challenge Quarter Final Wests v Penrith 16-14 Mark Bell 2 tries for Wests including match winner - 43 mins footage
1992 Tooheys Challenge Semi Final Brisbane v Wests 16-10 Game played in very wet conditions in Wellington - 43mins footage
1992 Wally Lewis KFC v Streets Celebrity Challenge  52-52 1st Wally Lewis Charity game on the Gold Coast
1992 World Cup Qualifier Australia v Papua New Guinea 36-14 A team of Kumuls amateurs hold their own against the Kangaroos
1993 Coca Cola World Sevens Tournament (Final Easts v Manly) 18-12 3 hour footage of mostly full games and some highlights as well. 2 discs
1993 English Regal Cup Semi Wigan v Salford 18-12 Garry Jack playing coach for Salford.
1993 Grand Final Brisbane v St George 14-6 Brisbane win 2nd consecutive premiership. Brad Mackay wins Clive Churchill Medal
1993 Jersey Flegg Round 3 Balmain v Canberra 12-10 Rueben Wiki sent off for high tackle - no commentary, crowd noise only
1993 Major Preliminary Semi Final St George v Canberra 31-10 Raiders lose big without Ricky Stuart
1993 Major Semi Final St George v Canterbury 27-12 Dragons win through to Grand Final - led 25-0 after 65 mins
1993 Minor Preliminary Semi Final Brisbane v Manly 36-10 Willie Carne 2 tries
1993 Minor Semi Final Brisbane v Canberra 30-12 Brisbane win easy after being up 24-0 - Noa Nadruku 3 tries for Canberra
1993 Preliminary Final Brisbane v Canterbury 23-16 Brisbane make 2nd straight Grand Final after being down 16-10 - low sound
1993 Preseason Canberra v Auckland 32-14  
1993 Round 10 Canberra v Manly 21-10 Raiders come from 6-0 down at halftime. Fox Sports replay
1993 Round 10 Norths v St George 9-2 Daryl Halligan scores all 9 Bears points
1993 Round 11 St George v Wests 20-8 First game ever in Melbourne - missing first 10 mins
1993 Round 12 Canterbury v Illawarra 4-2 Bulldogs remain top of the table
1993 Round 14 St George v Manly 21-20  
1993 Round 15 Brisbane v Newcastle 31-2 Broncos win easily in heavy mud. Allan Langer 2 tries - 45 mins footage
1993 Round 17 Brisbane v Canterbury 38-18 Steve Renouf club record 4 tries - 45 mins footage
1993 Round 18 Canterbury v Penrith 26-14 Steven Hughes 2 tries
1993 Round 2 Canterbury v Brisbane 20-10 Bulldogs move home game to Auckland. Steve Renouf 2 tries
1993 Round 22 St George v Brisbane 16-10 A record crowd at ANZ Stadium see St George put up a massive defensive effort to send Brisbane to an Elimination Semi
1993 Round 7 Brisbane v St George 20-14 Broncos beat previously unbeaten Dragons - Steve Renouf & Ian Herron 2 tries - 45 mins footage
1993 Round 8 Brisbane v Illawarra 24-22 Brisbane come from 22-8 down - 45 mins footage
1993 Round 8 Canterbury v Gold Coast 35-4 Bulldogs win easily with Darren Smith scoring 2 tries
1993 Round 9 Souths v Parramatta 15-2 Mark Carroll kicks a 40m field goal, the only one of his career
1993 Tooheys Challenge Canterbury v Gold Coast 6-0  
1993 Tooheys Challenge Semi Final Wests v Souths 22-20 Magpies book a place in the final against Canberra
1993 Wally Lewis KFC v Streets Celebrity Challenge  58-52 Robert Dipierdomenico & Simon O'Donnell play in this 2nd Wally Charity game
1994 3rd Test Australia v Great Britian 23-4 Elland Road, Mal Meninga's last test
1994 Benny Elias Tribute N/A Ken Sutcliffe hosts a tribute to Benny's career
1994 Coca Cola World Sevens Tournament (Final Manly v St George) 40-12 3 hour footage of mostly full games and some highlights as well - includes 30 mins Broncos 1995 sevens highlights
1994 English Challenge Cup Final Wigan v Leeds 26-16 Wigan win 7th Challenge Cup in a row. Martin Offiah is man of the match
1994 First National Legends of League Game QLD v NSW 32-18 Charity Origin match at Suncorp Stadium. Greg Conescu is MOTM with 2 tries
1994 Grand Final Canberra v Canterbury 36-12 Mal Meninga's last game for Canberra
1994 Kangaroo Tour Australia v Sheffield 80-2  
1994 Kangaroo Tour Australia v Wigan 30-20  
1994 Legends of League QLD v NSW 32-18 First National Origin Legends match, Greg Conescu scores 2 tries
1994 Major Semi Final Canterbury v Canberra 19-18 Bulldogs win in extra time after the Raiders tie the game with seconds remaining
1994 Minor Preliminary Semi Final Brisbane v Manly 16-4 Brisbane knock Manly from the finals for 2nd year running
1994 Minor Semi Final Norths v Brisbane 15-14 Bears end Brisbane's chances of 3 premierships in a row
1994 Preseason Manly v Wellington 60-6 Manly turn a 26-6 halftime lead against the Faslcons into a belting
1994 Presidents Cup Grand Final Cronulla v Easts 30-6 Sharks team featuring Mat Rogers & David Peachey win easily - no sound
1994 QRL Brisbane Grand Final Redcliffe v Wests 24-18 Dolphins first premiership since 1965
1994 Qualifying Final Canberra v Norths 26-12 3 long range tries to Canberra were too much for the Bears to handle
1994 Round 1 Newcastle v Souths 43-14 Andrew Johns debut, scores 23 points.
1994 Round 1 St George v Easts 24-18 Luke Ricketson sent off with Roosters up 18-12 - Fox Sports replay
1994 Round 10 Canberra v St George 40-10 Ken Nagas man of the match after 98m solo try
1994 Round 11 Canterbury v Penrith 30-10 Daryl Halligan has a personal tally of 18 points. Darren Britt man of the match
1994 Round 12 Souths v Easts 18-12 Darrell Trindall scores with 3 mins remaining to give Souths the win.
1994 Round 13 Canberra v Brisbane 29-10 Canberra score a convincing win at a cold Bruce Stadium - 43 mins footage
1994 Round 15 Norths v Souths 32-10 Souths score first try but then it's all Norths. Mark Soden 2 tries. Additional John Elias segment
1994 Round 18 Brisbane v St George 28-16 Dragons lead 16-14 before Brisbane kick up a gear. Steve Renouf 2 tries
1994 Round 2 Gold Coast v Brisbane 25-12 Seagulls cause massive upset, Kevin Campion 2 tries - Fox Sports replay
1994 Round 20 Manly v Cronulla 38-10 Manly cruise after leading 26-0 at halftime even though 4 key players were sidelined.
1994 Round 21 Brisbane v Norths 17-0 Brisbane beat the current competition leaders in front of ground record crowd - Steve Renouf 2 tries
1994 Round 21 Manly v Souths 38-10 Souths have a player sent off against Manly again as Tyran Smith is dismissed after 13 mins
1994 Round 3 Manly v Wests 66-8 2nd highest score in Sea Eagles history, Cliff Lyons man of the match with 2 tries.
1994 Round 4 Canterbury v Canberra 17-12 Raiders trailed 17-4 at halftime but lose Laurie Daley to a knee injury. 
1994 Round 5 Brisbane v Penrith 37-6 Willie Carne scores 3 tries, Michael Hancock 2 tries - 43 mins footage
1994 Round 6 Manly v Souths 28-13 Craig Field sent off after 18 mins, yet Souths led until the 61st minute, Craig Hancock 2 late tries.
1994 Round 8 Brisbane v Cronulla 34-2 Michael Hancock scores 2 tries as Brisbane climb into 5th
1994 State of Origin #1 QLD v NSW 16-12 Famous Mark Coyne Miracle try. Willie Carne Man of the Match
1994 State of Origin #2 QLD v NSW 0-14 Melbourne Origin
1994 State of Origin #3 QLD v NSW 12-27 Mal Meninga & Benny Elias last games, Elias 2 FG's & Man of the Match
1994 Tooheys Challenge Brisbane v Canterbury 16-14 Daryl Halligan misses an easy conversion for the tie with seconds remaining
1994 Tooheys Challenge Final Souths v Brisbane 27-26 Rabbitohs cause major upset to win the finaL
1994 Tooheys Challenge Quarter Final Brisbane v Norths 26-22 Broncos lead 18-0 before spirited Bears comeback falls short
1994 Tooheys Challenge Semi Final Balmain v Souths 4-16  
1994 Tooheys Challenge Semi Final Brisbane v Illawarra 14-0 Game played in Alice Springs - some picture & sound issues from 50 mins onwards
1994 World Club Challenge Wigan v Brisbane 20-14 Wigan win World Club Challenge for a third time after Brisbane came from 18-4 down
1995 City v Country 16-8 Highlight of the game being when Mark Carroll broke his teammate Nik Kosef's nose. No Super League players
1995 Coca Cola World Sevens Tournament (Final Manly v Fiji) 32-12 Manly win the Sevens for the 3rd time. 60 mins plus full Broncos v Crushers match
1995 Grand Final Canterbury Sydney Bulldogs v Manly 17-4 Terry Lamb retires with a Premiership
1995 Preliminary Final Manly v Newcastle 12-4 Geoff Toovey returns after 5 weeks off & guides the Sea Eagles into the Grand Final
1995 Preliminary Final Sydney Bulldogs v Canberra 25-6 Bulldogs beat the defending premiers via 2 tries by Simon Gillies
1995 Qualifying Final Canberra v Brisbane 14-8 First Semi Final played outside of Sydney. Ricky Stuart 2 field goals.
1995 Quarter Final Canterbury v St George 12-8 Bulldogs prevail in heavy rain despite being down to 12 men for the final 6 mins
1995 Reserve Grade Round 18 Canberra v Wests 16-8 Coaches film only, no sound
1995 Round 1 Brisbane v Auckland 25-22 Warriors 1st game. Allan Langer 2 tries, a Goal & a FG
1995 Round 1 Canberra v South Queensland 24-6 Crushers first game
1995 Round 1 Manly v Souths 42-18 An inexperienced Souths team lead 12-6 at the 30 min mark before the Manly side kicked into gear
1995 Round 1 Sydney Bulldogs v North Queensland 32-16 Cowboys first game, 2 players sent off.
1995 Round 1 Western Reds v St George 28-16 Mark Geyer man of the match in Reds 1st game - Fox Sports Classic Replay
1995 Round 10  Brisbane v Norths 18-9 Norths lead 9-2 before Wendell Sailor scores 3 tries in a man of the match performance
1995 Round 10 Auckland v Cronulla 23-18 Stacey Jones Debut - Fox Sports Replay
1995 Round 10 Sydney Tigers v Gold Coast 16-14 Garry Jack comeback game - Evan Cochrane 2 tries
1995 Round 11 Manly v Brisbane 23-4 Manly remain unbeaten with a very impressive display against Brisbane
1995 Round 11 Sydney City v St George 18-14 Tony Iro scores with 2 mins to go to give the Roosters the win. Andrew Walker 4 goals & 2 Field Goals
1995 Round 11 Wests v Souths 34-20 Magpies trail 14-12 at halftime but score 3 tries in 8 mins to win easily
1995 Round 12 Manly v Norths 36-6 Manly win 12th straight to remain unbeaten and equalled the club record.
1995 Round 12 Sydney Tigers v South Queensland 16-12 Tigers come from 12-2 down via a Tim Brasher try in front of only 3225 people.
1995 Round 14 Brisbane v Sydney City Roosters 36-20 First start for Darren Lockyer at 5/8th in jersey #19
1995 Round 14 Western Reds v Gold Coast 28-20 Gold Coast lead 10-6 at halftime
1995 Round 15 Newcastle v Brisbane 32-10 Darren Treacy scores 2 tries despit having a flu. Andrew Johns a try & 6 goals
1995 Round 15 Norths v Sydney City 28-24 Twice the Bears had big leads 14-0 & 28-10 but each time the Roosters came back, goalkicking cost them the win
1995 Round 17 Manly v Newcastle 34-18 Paul Harragon & Mark Carroll try to kill each other.
1995 Round 17 Wests v Sydney Bulldogs 18-14 Andrew Leeds only kicked 1 goal from 7 but scored the match winner in the 72nd minute
1995 Round 18 Canberra v Wests 50-18 Jason Croker 3 tries and Brett Mullins scores 2 as Raiders smash Wests after Mark Afflick is sent off
1995 Round 18 Cronulla v Manly 17-10 Sharks win at Brookvale for first time since 1982 - Fox Sports replay
1995 Round 2 Brisbane v Wests 28-2 Magpies have 2 players sent to the sin bin for repeated offside and Broncos take advantage
1995 Round 21 Canberra v Auckland 15-8 Laurie Daley scores 2 tries in 1st meeting between these teams - Fox Sports replay
1995 Round 22 Brisbane v Auckland 44-6 Broncos end Warriors finals hopes with a 28-0 first half. Steve Renouf scores 4 tries for the 3rd time
1995 Round 22 Cronulla v Newcastle 24-14 Winner claims a top 4 spot - Fox Sports Replay
1995 Round 3 Brisbane v Illawarra 34-20 43 min highlights game of the week. Paul McGregor 3 tries, Steve Renouf 2 tries
1995 Round 4 St George v Sydney Bulldogs 22-18 Dragons win their first of the year with a Nathan Brown try on fulltime
1995 Round 6 Brisbane v St George 36-18 Broncos lead 24-2 at the half. Kevin Walters 2 tries
1995 Round 6 Canberra v Sydney Bulldogs 16-6 Jason Williams has a horror afternoon in the 1994 Grand Final rematch
1995 Round 7 Brisbane v Sydney Bulldogs 13-8 Bulldogs lead 8-0 after 50 mins but Brisbane win to remain undefeated
1995 Round 8 Auckland v Sydney City 26-22 Roosters lead 12-4 at halftime but Warriors score 3 tries in 16 mins
1995 Round 9 Canberra v Norths 20-18 Raiders come from 18-2 down at halftime to remain unbeaten in 1995
1995 Semi Final Newcastle v Cronulla 19-18 Knights come from 18-6 down just after halftime to eliminate the Sharks.
1995 Semi Final Sydney Bulldogs v Brisbane 24-10 Bulldogs upset Brisbane on their way to the Grand Final (static noise throughout)
1995 State of Origin #1 QLD v NSW 2-0 Bonus Roy & HG Commentary
1995 State of Origin #2 QLD v NSW 20-12 1st Scrum turns into all in brawl as Billy Moore starts the "Queenslander" Roy & HG Commentary
1995 Tooheys Challenge Brisbane v Illawarra 26-4 Michael Hancock scores 2 tries in a man of the match performance
1995 Tooheys Challenge Canterbury v South Queensland 14-0 Crushers fail to score a point in their first full match
1995 Tooheys Challenge Final Brisbane v Cronulla 30-14 Sharks score first but Brisbane take a commanding half time lead and cruise to victory. Julian O'Neill man of the match
1995 Tooheys Challenge Preliminary Round Brisbane v Easts 12-0 Game is scorless for 53 mins played at Coolum Beach Resort
1995 Tooheys Challenge Quarter Final Brisbane v Newcastle 28-8 Steve Renouf scores 2 tries and Alan Cann is man of the match
1995 Tooheys Challenge Semi Final Brisbane v Norths 36-6 Broncos continue good form with an easy win. Chris Johns and Wendell Sailor each score twice
1995 Tooheys Challenge Sydney Tigers v Cronulla 10-18 1st Appearence of the Sydney Tigers in 13 a side football. Darren Senter scores a try in his debut
1995 Tooheys Challenge Western Reds v Souths 19-14 First game of any kind for the Western Reds - 40 min highlights
1995 World Cup Australia v Fiji 66-0 Gary Larson scores the final try & wins MOTM
1995 World Cup Australia v South Africa 86-6 Andrew Johns 2 tries & 11 goals in man of the match performance
1996 Grand Final Manly v St George 20-8 St George make Grand Final from 7th spot but fall to the Minor Premiers
1996 International Australia v NRL Fiji 84-14 Brett Dallas scores 4 tries, Andrew Johns 2 tries & 12 goals at Marathon Stadium in one off match
1996 Preliminary Final Manly v Cronulla 24-0 Steve Menzies scores 2 tries as Manly shut out the Sharks
1996 Presidents Cup Grand Final South Queensland v Parramatta 24-12 Only title for the Sth Qld Crushers in any grade
1996 Qualifying Final St George v Canberra 16-14 Dragons come from 14-8 down to end Canberra's season. Mark Bell scores with 8 mins left.
1996 Reserve Grade Grand Final Cronulla v Auckland 14-12 Sharks survive late rally from Warriors side in their first Grand Final in any grade
1996 Round 12 Parramatta v Canberra 50-10 John Lomax is sent off on the 3rd tackle of the game. McCracken & Jason Smith 2 tries each
1996 Round 13 Brisbane v Parramatta 30-24 43 Min highlights game of the week. Steve Renouf 2 tries
1996 Round 14 Sydney City v Brisbane 12-10 Andrew Gee concedes a penalty in possession with 30 secs remaining to hand the Roosters the win
1996 Round 15 Brisbane v Newcastle 24-19 Knights lead 18-8 before Allan Langer puts on 3 tries, one to Ben Walker, his first try in first grade. The other 2 to Robbie Ross
1996 Round 16 Brisbane v Cronulla 15-12 Steve Renouf scores the winning try with under a minute left, his 2nd of the game
1996 Round 16 Sydney Tigers v Canberra 10-28 Raiders blow Tigers away early to lead 28-6 at halftime while missing 7 regular first graders.
1996 Round 17 Sydney Tigers v Brisbane 6-26 Smallest ever crowd at ANZ Stadium watch Brisbane limp home after an early 18-0 lead
1996 Round 19 Sydney Tigers v Manly 0-18 Solomon Haumono belts Dan Stains yet Stains is sent to the sin bin
1996 Round 21 Cronulla v Sydney City 18-10 Sharks beat a Roosters team missing 3 inc Brad Fittler in final Monday Night game for 1996
1996 Round 21 Manly v Wests 42-12 Matthew Ridge scores 2 tries & kicks 11 goals for 30 points, equalling the club record
1996 Round 22 Brisbane v Auckland 38-6 Broncos end Warriors finals hopes for the 2nd year running. Willie Carne only kicked 3 from 9 - poor sound
1996 Round 22 St George v Western Reds 22-16 Mick Potter plays his 200th and final game against his old club
1996 Round 3 Brisbane v South Queensland 28-8 Game is a lot closer than score indicates in last local derby played
1996 Round 5 Sydney City v Wests 20-0 Roosters remain unbeaten
1996 Round 5 Sydney Tigers v Cronulla 16-36 Andrew Ettingshausen & Mat Rogers score 2 tries each as Cronulla turn a halftime deficit of 14-6 into an easy win. 50 mins
1996 Round 6 Sydney City v Souths 62-0 Roosters scored the 2nd biggest win in club history
1996 Round 7 Brisbane v Canterbury 30-8 Broncos win 6th straight, Wendell Sailor scores a 95m intercept try & man of the match is Allan Langer
1996 Round 8 Brisbane v Canberra 50-16 Raiders missing 5 internationals and have 50 put on them for the first time since 1985
1996 Round 9 Manly v Canterbury 24-4 Manly exact revenge for the 1995 Grand Final loss as Rebel player Matthew Ridge returns
1996 Round 9 Wests v Penrith 16-6 Penrith have 3 players sin binned & 1 sent off. John Skandalis debuts for Wests
1996 Semi Final Cronulla v Brisbane 22-16 Cronulla holds on to a 12-0 lead and ends the Broncos season
1996 St Patricks Day Match Ireland v USA 14-12 2nd Annual St Patricks Day match sees Ireland beat the Patriots by 2
1997 ARL City v Country 4-17 Country win back to back for first time in 35 years. Paul Harragon & Mark Carroll go at each other again
1997 ARL Grand Final Newcastle v Manly 22-16 Darren Albert last second try wins it for Newcastle
1997 Major Qualifying Semi Final Sydney City v Gold Coast 32-10 Roosters beat the Gold Coast for the 11th time in a row. Ivan Cleary 2 tries & 4 goals
1997 Preliminary Final Manly v Sydney City 17-16 A Craig Field field goal sends Manly into their 3rd straight Grand Final after the Roosters come from 16-6 down
1997 Qualifying Final Gold Coast v Illawarra 25-14 First ever semi final game for Gold Coast Chargers
1997 Qualifying Final Sydney City v Norths 33-21 Bears lose to the Roosters for the 2nd time in a week. Jason Taylor kicks 3 field goals
1997 Reserve Grade Grand Final Balmain v Parramatta 16-26 Eels team featuring Ian Hindmarsh & Nathan Cayless win after being Minor Premiers
1997 Reserve Grade Semi Final Balmain v St George 22-18 Tigers come from 18-2 down at halftime
1997 Reserve Grade Semi Final South Queensland v Manly 32-16 Crushers take advantage of Manly being down to 11 men for 10 mins in the 2nd half
1997 Round 1 Balmain v Manly 10-14 Return of Balmain Tigers to Leichardt after 2 seasons of being "Sydney Tigers"
1997 Round 10 Norths v South Queensland 36-22 Crushers lead 8-2 before Bears score 6 tries to win easily
1997 Round 11 Gold Coast v Illawarra 11-10 Brendan Hurst kicks a late field goal for a Chargers win in wet conditions
1997 Round 12 Parramatta v Norths  25-14 Shane Whearet scores 2 tries
1997 Round 12 South Queensland v Sydney City 28-14 Roosters lead 6-0 after 3 mins but Crushers win easily for only 2nd win of the year
1997 Round 13 Balmain v Illawarra 18-6 Tigers win minus Tim Brasher on the back of a Bubba Kenneddy 95 metre try
1997 Round 13 Manly v St George 28-4 John Hopoate scores 3 tries
1997 Round 13 Wests v Sydney City 24-18 Brett Hodgson makes debut in run on side & scores 2 tries
1997 Round 15 Parramatta v Wests 20-18 Eels win their 9th straight after being down 12-4 just before halftime.
1997 Round 16 Balmain v Wests 10-20 Both McGuinness brothers score 2 tries each
1997 Round 16 Manly v Sydney City 21-12 Mark Carroll & Terry Hermansson both sent off, Roosters then led 12-8 just after halftime but Manly finished strong
1997 Round 17 Balmain v St George 10-4 Tigers score 2 tries in 10 mins after scoreless first half
1997 Round 17 Parramatta v Manly 17-10 Eels win 11th straight. John Simon scores a try & kicks 3 Field Goals
1997 Round 17 Sydney City v Illawarra 34-12 Roosters break 6 match losing streak. Matt Sing 2 tries
1997 Round 18 Sydney City v Gold Coast 28-12 Brandon Pearson & Matt Sing each score 2 tries, Andrew Walker man of the match
1997 Round 19 St George v Norths 22-14 Lee Murphy scores 3 tries for the Dragons
1997 Round 20 Balmain v Sydney City 10-18 Roosters beat a desperate Tigers side - Bubba Kennedy scores 2 tries
1997 Round 20 Wests v Norths 19-10 Magpies turn halftime deficit of 6-0 into a comfortable win to keep finals hopes alive
1997 Round 21 Balmain v Parramatta 26-6 Michael Withers scores 2 tries & Ellery Hanley adds another off the bench
1997 Round 22 Parramatta v St George 12-12 Eels score 3 tries but couldn't convert any of them while Wayne Bartrim kicks 4 from 5
1997 Round 3 Manly v Norths 12-8 Manly win but lose both David Gillespie & Jim Sedaris to knee injuries - Fox Sports Replay
1997 Round 5 Norths v Gold Coast 20-16 Bears come from 16-6 down with 15 mins remaining
1997 Round 7 Balmain v Norths 9-7  
1997 Round 7 Souths v South Queensland 24-20 Crushers led 20-6 after 49 mins despite having Danny Nutley sent off. Darrell Trindall 2 tries in Souths comeback
1997 Round 8 Balmain v South Queensland 18-16 Michael Withers scores 2 tries, Craig Wilson of the Crushers is man of the match
1997 Round 9 Noths v Wests 20-6 Matt Seers scores a highlight try in a comfortable Bears win
1997 Round 9 Parramatta v Souths 32-26 Parramatta win a see-sawing battle. Shane Whearet scores 2 tries
1997 Super League Grand Final Brisbane v Cronulla 26-8 Steve Renouf 3 tries as Broncos win only Super League title
1997 Super League Major Semi Final Brisbane v Cronulla 34-2 Sharks lead 2-0 early - Steve Renouf 2 tries for Broncos
1997 Super League Minor Preliminary Semi Final Penrith v Canterbury 15-14  
1997 Super League Minor Semi Final Canberra v Penrith 32-12 Canberra lose David Furner for the season but Laurie Daley steps up with a try & 6 goals
1997 Super League Preliminary Final Cronulla v Canberra 10-4 Sharks beat Raiders for the 2nd time in the 1997 Finals Series, holding on after leading 10-0 at halftime
1997 Super League Preliminary Semi Final Cronulla v Canberra 22-18 Sharks survive Raiders comeback after being up 16-6. Mat Rogers 14 points
1997 Super League Round 1 Brisbane v Auckland 14-2 Opening match of Super League - Brisbane prevail in an error filled match
1997 Super League Round 1 Canterbury v Hunter 20-16 First game for Mariners - Matthew Ryan scores 2 tries for the Bulldogs
1997 Super League Round 14 Canberra v Canterbury 28-10 A reshuffled Canberra side with Laurie Daley at Fullback score 5 tries to 2
1997 Super League Round 14 Hunter v Adelaide 10-2 Mariners beat the Rams in very poor conditions
1997 Super League Round 17 Brisbane v Hunter 34-18 Steve Renouf 2 tries
1997 Super League Round 18 Brisbane v Bulldogs 32-24 See Sawing battle in final round of Super League season
1997 Super League Round 4 Brisbane v Canberra 24-8 Brisbane stay undefeated while Canberra are relegated to last with a 4th straight loss
1997 Super League Round 5 Brisbane v Cronulla 14-12 A Darren Smith try with 15 mins left is the game winner
1997 Super League Tri Series Game 1 NSW v QLD 38-10 NSW win with 10 interstate newcomers. Andrew Ettingshausen scores 3 tries
1997 Super League Tri-Series Final NSW v QLD 23-22 Longest game in history 104 mins before Noel Goldthorpe kicks series winning FG
1997 Super League Tri-Series Game 2 QLD v NZ 26-12 Allan Langer puts on a man of the match performance to send QLD to the final
1997 Super League Tri-Series Game 3 NSW v NZ 20-15 NSW hold on to win as the Kiwis have a try disallowed right on fulltime
1997 Super League Under 19's Grand Final Penrith v Auckland 22-18 Panthers survive last ditch Warriors effort to win
1997 Super League World Club Challenge Brisbane v London 42-22 Broncos v Broncos for the 1st time. Darren Lockyer scores a try and kicks 7 goals
1997 Super League World Club Challenge Cronulla v London 40-16 David Peachey 2 tries
1997 Super League World Club Challenge St Helens v Paris St Germain 42-4 Paris lead 4-0 early through a Shaun Mahony try but then St Helens score 42 unanswered
1997 Super League World Club Challenge Western Reds v Paris St Germain 30-12 Matthew Fuller 2 tries
1997 Tibute to Laurie Nicholls, Benny Elias & Garry Jack N/A Footy Show tribute.
1997 Under 20's Semi Final Balmain v Souths 34-14 Balmain beat a Souths side featuring future Tiger Daniel Fitzhenry
1997 Under 21's Grand Final Balmain v Sydney City 13-12 Tigers beat a Roosters squad featuring Anthony Minichiello & Trent Robinson
1997 World Club Challenge Final Brisbane v Hunter Mariners 36-12 Only all Australian World Club Challenge Final
1997 World Club Challenge Semi Brisbane v Auckland 22-16 Broncos score 2 tries in final 20 mins to win
1997 World Club Challenge Semi Hunter Mariners v Cronulla 22-18 Hunter surprise the grand finalists to make the World Club Challenge Final
1998 Grand Final Brisbane v Canterbury 38-12 Broncos win 2nd straight Premiership after trailing 12-10 at halftime
1998 Preliminary Final Brisbane v Sydney City 46-18 Darren Lockyer scores 20 points thrpough 3 tries & 4 goals. De Vere & Darren Smith 2 tries each
1998 Preliminary Final Canterbury v Parramatta 32-20 Bulldogs comeback from 18-2 down with 11 minutes to play 
1998 Presidents Cup Grand Final Canterbury v Parramatta 26-22 Bulldogs come from 22-6 down through an 8 point try to win.
1998 Round 1 Brisbane v Manly 22-6 First NRL game & 10 year anniversary of Broncos debut game in 1988
1998 Round 1 Melbourne v Illawarra 14-12 Melbourne Storm play their 1st game. Scott Hill scores both tries.
1998 Round 10 Wests v Gold Coast 24-14 Magpies led 10-0 early but were behind at the 60 minute mark before a late surge gets them home
1998 Round 12 Balmain v St George 2-28 Dragons win 9th straight after the final 30 mins were played in near darkness
1998 Round 12 Canberra v Brisbane 18-12 Raiders come from 14-0 down in one of the games of the season
1998 Round 13 Balmain v Melbourne 16-25 Tigers come from 14-4 down at the half to lead 16-14, Storm draw level on controversial penalty and win.
1998 Round 14 Parramatta v Manly 17-14 Eels withstand Manly comeback after leading 15-2 at halftime
1998 Round 16 Brisbane v St George 30-18 Darren Lockyer & Darren Smith each score 2 tries
1998 Round 16 Manly v Wests 45-30 Manly led 28-0 at halftime before the Magpies battled back. Luke Phillips scored 21 of Manly's points
1998 Round 17 Brisbane v Melbourne 34-16 Storm lead 16-10 just after halftime - Wendell Sailor 2 tries
1998 Round 17 Canberra v Cronulla 16-12 Luke Priddis scores with 5 mins remaining to seal the win
1998 Round 17 Manly v St George 34-12 Manly continued their climb up the ladder, Steve Menzies 2 tries.
1998 Round 18 Balmain v North Queensland 18-0 Massive turnaround for Balmain after losing 52-0 to the Rams the week before
1998 Round 19 Manly v Illawarra 22-12 Manly come from 12-0 down after 30 mins, Alf Duncan 2 tries
1998 Round 2 Brisbane v Canterbury 20-12 Broncos come from 10-6 down at halftime. Darren Smith 2 tries
1998 Round 20 Adelaide v Auckland 22-20 Rams score a try with 5 mins remaining to win. 2nd half only JIP 43 mins into the game Rams up 14-6
1998 Round 20 Balmain v Brisbane 10-10 Tigers score an intercept try with 6 mins remaining and then have a field goal hit the crossbar
1998 Round 21 Canberra v Penrith 48-26 Raiders led 48-4 before injuries reduced the team to 12 men, Ken Nagas having to come back on with a broken hand
1998 Round 22 Balmain v Norths  6-22 Bears win in the wet to end Balmain's finals hopes
1998 Round 23 Balmain v Newcastle 16-30 Paul Sironen breaks the record for most games by a Tiger. Andrew Johns captains Newcastle for the first time
1998 Round 24 Balmain v Sydney Easts Roosters 4-40 Paul Sironen's last game at Leichardt
1998 Round 24 Manly v Auckland 38-12 Steve Menzies scores 3 tries as Manly win their 9th from last 10 to squeak into the top 10
1998 Round 24 Newcastle v Adelaide 34-20 Newcastle beat the Rams in their last game after being 20-4 down
1998 Round 3 Balmain v Manly 18-4 Ben Duckworth scores 2 tries
1998 Round 3 Brisbane v Penrith 26-18 Steve Renouf scores 4 tries and John Plath seals the win with a last second try
1998 Round 3 North Queensland v Parramatta 16-15 Cowboys win with a man short for the final 20 mins as the teams combined for 3 field goals in that time
1998 Round 4 North Queensland v Canberra 14-12 Scott Prince makes his debut for the Cowboys
1998 Round 5 Auckland v Melbourne 16-12 Storm suffer their first loss Fox Replay
1998 Round 6 Balmain v Cronulla 11-10 Tigers win 4th in a row with a Shannon Nevin field goal
1998 Round 6 North Queensland v Newcastle 17-4 Cowboys cause a massive upset after being beaten 58-4 the previous week
1998 Round 7 Melbourne v Penrith 22-14 Storm beat a Penrith team missing 11 regular first graders. Missing first 25 mins JIP Melb 12-0 up
1998 Round 8 Brisbane v Newcastle 26-6 First meeting of both 1997 Premiers in pouring rain. Darren Lockyer 2 tries, 5 goals
1998 Semi Final Brisbane v Melbourne 30-6 Steve Renouf 2 tries as Broncos knock out Storm in their first season
1998 Semi Final Melbourne v Canberra 24-10 Storm win a final in their first season. Last Raiders games for Stuart & Clyde
1998 State of Origin #3 QLD v NSW 19-4 The Maroons win the series decider convincingly
1999 First Division Grand Final Balmain v Parramatta 8-44 Tigers lead 4-0 but then the Eels featuring Ian Hindmarsh, Casey McGuire & PJ Marsh score 40 unanswered
1999 Grand Final Melbourne v St George Illawarra 20-18 Grand Final is won on a controversial penalty try
1999 Group 10 Grand Final Orange v Blayney 30-16 Paul Upfield leads Hawks over Paul Sironen led Bears team. Wise Cutter 3 tries
1999 Preliminary Final Melbourne v Parramatta 18-16 Parramatta choke for 2nd year in a row after being up 16-6
1999 Qualifying Final Canterbury v Sydney City 12-8 Bulldogs defence constantly turned away the Roosters attack for a gritty win
1999 Qualifying Final Cronulla v Brisbane 42-20 Sharks end Broncos season - Mat Rogers 22 points
1999 Round 11 Balmain v Brisbane 10-12 Tonie Carroll scores his 2nd try with 6 mins to go to give Brisbane the win at Leichardt
1999 Round 16 Balmain v Penrith 24-16 Tigers turn the game after Craig Gower penalised for a double movement. Mark Geyer sent off late
1999 Round 16 Newcastle v North Queensland 24-8 Newcastle win without origin stars, the turning point being the 6 consecutive sets of 6 they defended on their own line
1999 Round 17 Balmain v Auckland 4-22 Warriors turn 4-0 halftime lead into a comfortable win. Logan Swann 2 tries
1999 Round 18 Manly v Nth Queensland 28-26 Manly score twice in last 10 mins to defeat the Cowboys
1999 Round 19 Balmain v Souths 12-22 Souths trailed 12-0 at halftime only to score 4 tries in the 2nd half
1999 Round 19 Manly v Wests 48-32 Steve Menzies scores 4 tries, including his 100th while Kevin McGuinness scores 3 for the Magpies
1999 Round 22 Brisbane v Newcastle 38-6 Michael De Vere 3 tries. Brisbane win 10th straight
1999 Round 23 Brisbane v Sydney City 9-8 Darren Lockyer field goal with under 5 secs left secures 11th win in a row for Broncos
1999 Round 24 Balmain v Parramatta 20-10 Last ever game at Leichardt for Balmain
1999 Round 25 Auckland v Newcastle 42-0 Warriors have first shutout in club history
1999 Round 25 Manly v Souths 18-2 Hayden scores 2 tries off the bench as Manly hold a team tryless for the first time in 1999
1999 Round 26 Brisbane v Bulldogs 14-12 Broncos qualify for 8th position in final round game
1999 Round 26 Cronulla v Penrith 38-6 Sharks clinch top spot in Greg Alexander's last game
1999 Round 26 Norths v North Queensland 28-18 North Sydney Bears last game - Jason Taylor scores 2 tries
1999 Round 4 Cronulla v Brisbane 20-18 Brisbane relegated to the bottom of the ladder after Lockyer misses a sideline conversion to tie
1999 Round 7 Newcastle v Brisbane 19-18 Paul Harragon was a 1 man wrecking crew and Matthew Johns kicks the game winning FG
1999 Semi Final Melbourne v Bulldogs 24-22 Matt Geyer scores his 2nd try to win it for Storm with 10 mins remaining
1999 Semi Final St George/Illawarra v Sydney City 28-18 Roosters come up short again & are eliminated by the Dragons, though Brad Fittler was best on ground.
2000 Emerging Nations USA v Canada 52-10 Full game, crowd sound only
2000 Grand Final Brisbane v Sydney Roosters 14-6  
2000 Preliminary Final Brisbane v Parramatta 16-10 Eels lose third Prelim Final in a row
2000 Preliminary Final Sydney Roosters v Newcastle 26-20 Roosters come from 16-2 down at halftime to make first Grand Final in 20 years
2000 Qualifying Final Brisbane v Cronulla 34-20 Brisbane come from 14-0 & then 20-6 down to eliminate the Sharks
2000 Qualifying Final Canberra v Penrith 28-16 Raiders overcome a 16-6 deficit but have 3 players suspended from tackles on Tyony Puletua
2000 Qualifying Final Newcastle v Melbourne 30-16 Storm eliminated in driving rain in Matthew Johns' final game for the Knights at Marathon
2000 Round 1 Wests Tigers v Brisbane 24-24 Wests Tigers first game, Joel Caine 20 Points
2000 Round 10 Newcastle v North Queensland 28-6 Knights play a game without either Johns brother for the first time in 3 years. Tahu 2 tries
2000 Round 13 North Queensland v St George Illawarra 50-4 Cowboys win by their largest ever margin in a week Anthony Mundine suddenly quits the Dragons
2000 Round 16 Newcastle v North Queensland 18-10 Knights win for the first time in Townsville
2000 Round 17 Wests Tigers v Canberra 22-24 Only NRL game played in the snow
2000 Round 18 Newcastle v Brisbane 26-22 Knights trailed 22-4 at halftime to a Broncos side missing 14 to take outright 2nd on the ladder
2000 Round 18 Wests Tigers v Penrith 31-32 Panthers come from 31-8 down against 2nd placed Tigers
2000 Round 2 Wests Tigers v Auckland Warriors 17-16 Wests Tigers get their 1st ever win - Fox Sports Classic Replay
2000 Round 5 Brisbane v Newcastle 20-14 Broncos trailed 14-8 with 8 mins to play but 2 late tries both converted by Ben Walker sealed the win
2000 State of Origin #1 QLD v NSW 16-20 Tallis sent off
2000 State of Origin #3 QLD v NSW 16-56 Girdler record 32 points
2000 World Cup Australia v Russia 110-4 World Record score by Australia. Ryan Girdler scores 46 points
2000 World Cup Cook Islands v Lebanon 22-22 Hazem El Masri scores 2 tries and kicks 3 goals for John Elias coached Lebanon
2000 World Cup England v Fiji 66-10 3 players score multiple tries for the Lions
2000 World Cup France v South Africa 56-6  
2001 First Division Grand Final St George Illawarra v Parramatta 34-10 First Premiership in any grade for the merged club
2001 Grand Final Newcastle v Parramatta 30-24 Knights lead 24-0 at halftime
2001 Preliminary Final Newcastle v Cronulla 18-10 Ben Kennedy scores 2 tries and Andrew Johns plays injured to help Newcastle make the Grand Final
2001 Round 18 Newcastle v Brisbane 44-0 Andrew Johns returns after 10 weeks and sets up 6 tries, scores 2 himself as Broncos have worst loss ever
2001 Round 19 Wests Tigers v North Queensland 20-18 First time teams meet since the Hopoate incident. Tigers lead 20-12 with 8 mins remaining and survive a late comeback
2001 Round 23 Wests Tigers v Newcastle 36-32 Tigers come from 24-0 down after 26 mins to win
2001 Round 25 Newcastle v North Queensland 34-18 Andrew Johns scores a try and 5 goals while playing with a rib cartlilage injury
2001 Round 5 Brisbane v Newcastle 42-8 Brisbane turn a 14-8 halftime lead into a thrashing, highlighted by a 60m try to Chris Walker
2001 Semi Final Newcastle v Sydney Roosters 40-6 Knights avenge their 2000 Preliminary Final loss
2001 State of Origin #3 QLD v NSW 40-14 Allan Langer is called in from England. Lockyer is Man of the Match
2002 Preliminary Final Sydney Roosters v Brisbane 16-12 Roosters come back from 12-8 down with a number of players injured to avenge their 2000 Prelim defeat
2002 Reserve Grade Grand Final Canterbury v St George Illawarra 24-22 Jonathan Thurston stars as the Bulldogs Reserves win the Grand Final after 1st Grade disappointment
2002 Round 1 Wests Tigers v Bulldogs 28-22 Darren Senter scores 2 tries as Tigers open season with an upset win
2002 Round 2 Wests Tigers v Parramatta 22-16 Tigers cause major upset over Eels in which Terry Hill stars.
2002 Round 24 Newcastle v Brisbane 40-10 Andrew Johns scores 20 plus points in a game for the 8th time
2002 Semi Final Cronulla v St George Illawarra 40-24  
2002 State of Origin #1 QLD v NSW 4-32 Andrew Johns Man of the Match in dominating performance
2002 State of Origin #3 QLD v NSW 18-18 Tallis tackle on Hodgson & 1 finger salute to the crowd
2003 Grand Final Penrith v Sydney Roosters 18-6 Sattler's classic tackle, Gower Churchill winner
2003 Jersey Flegg Round 15 Wests Tigers v Sydney Roosters 50-10 Benji Marshall scores 3 tries
2003 Premier League Grand Final Canberra v St Mary's Penrith 31-6 Phil Graham scores 3 tries as Canberra turn a 13-0 halftime lead into a big win.
2003 Round 10 Brisbane v Melbourne 36-16 Last game at ANZ Stadium - Darren Lockyer 2 tries
2003 Round 11 Brisbane v Canterbury 24-0 Bulldogs held scoreless for first time in 2 years
2003 Round 14 Brisbane v Canberra 24-20 Brisbane beat ladder leaders Canberra to take top spot
2003 Round 16 Brisbane v Sydney Roosters 10-8 A Petero Civoniceva try in the 68th minute is the match winner
2003 Round 18 Wests Tigers v Cronulla 44-12 John Skandalis plays his 150th game
2003 Round 19 Brisbane v Melbourne 26-22 Scott Minto try in Golden Point wins it for Brisbane
2003 Round 20 Wests Tigers v Newcastle 52-12 Benji Marshall debut - John Wilson 3 tries
2003 Round 23 Wests Tigers v Brisbane 12-10 Benji Marshall first time in starting lineup
2003 Round 24 Parramatta v Cronulla 74-4 Cronulla had 2 sent off and another sin binned as Eels record biggest win in their history. Jamie Lyon 5 tries
2003 Round 7 Brisbane v Parramatta 20-14 Darren Lockyer scores with 5 mins remaining to break a 14 all deadlock
2003 State of Origin #1 QLD v NSW 12-25 First Origin at the new Suncorp Stadium
2003 State of Origin #2 QLD v NSW 4-27 Andrew Johns Man of the Match in dominating performance
2004 Jersey Flegg Grand Final Sydney Roosters v Cronulla 14-13 Jamie Soward captains Roosters team who finish season undefeated
2004 Liberty Bell Cup Australia v USA 36-24 Exhibition match in Philadelphia - USA lead 24-6 just after halftime
2004 Reserve Grade Grand Final Sydney Roosters v St George 30-8  
2004 Round 10 Wests Tigers v Canberra 26-12  
2004 Round 11 Wests Tigers v Bulldogs 30-26  
2004 Round 12 Wests Tigers v Parramatta 33-6  
2004 Round 14 Wests Tigers v New Zealand 50-4  
2004 Round 22 Wests Tigers v Souths 56-6  
2004 Round 4 Wests Tigers v North Queensland 18-8  
2004 Round 7 Wests Tigers v Manly 30-22  
2004 Semi Final North Queensland v Brisbane 10-0 Cowboys make Preliminary Final in 1st ever finals series for the club
2004 State of Origin #2 QLD v NSW 22-18 Billy Slater famous try, Fittler comes out of retirement
2004 State of Origin Game 3 QLD v NSW 14-36 Brad Fittler last game
2004 Tri Nations Final Australia v Great Britain 44-4 Australia lead 38-0 at halftime
2004 World Sevens Final Wests Tigers v Parramatta 18-7 First silverware for the Joint Venture
2005 Grand Final Wests Tigers v North Queensland 30-16 Official NRL Release
2005 Group 2 Grand Final Macksville v Orana Valley 60-22  
2005 Jersey Flegg Grand Final St George Illawarra v Parramatta 30-20 Beau Ryan scores winning try for Dragons
2005 Preliminary Final North Queensland v Parramatta 29-0 Cowboys make 1st ever Grand Final with an upset of the premiership favourites
2005 Preliminary Final Wests Tigers v St George 20-12  
2005 Qualifying Final Wests Tigers v North Queensland 50-6  
2005 Round 10 Wests Tigers v Newcastle 32-16 Tigers end 4 game losing run against bottom placed Knights. Jarrod Mullen debut
2005 Round 11 Wests Tigers v Canberra 28-16 Tigers cruise to victory after being up 22-0 at halftime.
2005 Round 14 Wests Tigers v Sharks 34-18 Benji Marshall, Pat Richards & Brett Hodgson each score 2 tries
2005 Round 16 Wests Tigers v St George Illawarra 32-24 Tigers hold on after being up 32-6. Pat Richards scores 2 tries
2005 Round 17 Wests Tigers v Manly 49-24  
2005 Round 18 Wests Tigers v Roosters 26-16 Tigers win 3rd straight, the highlight a solo Benji Marshall try in the 1st half
2005 Round 20 Wests Tigers v Souths 42-20  
2005 Round 21 Wests Tigers v Cronulla 46-6 Scott Prince 3 tries, Benji Marshall famous run from a scrum
2005 Round 22 Wests Tigers v Canberra 22-14 Tigers come from 14-0 down at halftime to win their 6th straight
2005 Round 23 Wests Tigers v Nth Qld Cowboys 28-16 Tigers secure finals spot for the 1st time with their 7th straight win
2005 Round 24 Cronulla v Manly 68-6 Biggest win in Sharks history & worst defeat for Manly
2005 Round 24 Wests Tigers v Bulldogs 54-2  
2005 Round 3 Wests Tigers v Bulldogs 37-36 Scott Prince FG wins it
2005 Round 4 Wests Tigers v Roosters 32-26 Scott Prince scores the match winning try at the death to beat the 2004 Grand Finalists
2005 Round 5 Wests Tigers v Warriors 24-6 Paul Whatuira scores 2 tries & Scott Prince is man of the match
2005 Semi Final Wests Tigers v Brisbane 34-6  
2005 State of Origin Game 2 QLD v NSW 22-32 Andrew Johns Man of the Match in dominating performance
2005 State of Origin Game 3 QLD v NSW 10-32 Blues win last Origin series for 9 years
2005 Wests Tigers After Grand Final Celebrations N/A Approx 25 mins of footage from leagues clubs & following day
2006 Jersey Flegg Grand Final Penrith v Newcastle 22-20 Panthers beat Knights side featuring Akuila Uate
2006 Preliminary Final Melbourne v St George 24-10  
2006 Round 1 North Queensland v Brisbane 36-4  
2006 Round 1 Wests Tigers v St George 24-15  
2006 Round 12 Wests Tigers v Souths 44-4 Scott Prince scores 3 tries
2006 Round 13 Wests Tigers v North Queensland 24-14  
2006 Round 15 Wests Tigers v Roosters 26-14  
2006 Round 18 Wests Tigers v Cronulla 22-10  
2006 Round 2 Newcastle v Canberra 70-32 Biggest score in Knights history
2006 Round 21 Wests Tigers v Brisbane 20-6 Chris Lawrence debut
2006 Round 4 Wests Tigers v Melbourne 30-28  
2006 Round 6 Wests Tigers v Cronulla 42-16  
2006 Round 9 Wests Tigers v Manly 24-18  
2007 Grand Final Melbourne v Manly 34-8 Optional Roy & HG Commentary
2007 Group 11 Grand Final Dubbo Cyms v Dubbo Macquarie 31-16 All in brawl in 3rd minute, Navale scores 2 tries for Cyms side coached by Dean Pay
2007 NSWRL Premier League Grand Final Parramatta v Norths 18-15 Eels score a try with 14 seconds remaining to win against David Peachey led Bears
2007 Round 10 Wests Tigers v New Zealand Warriors 30-26  
2007 Round 11 Wests Tigers v Penrith 25-24 Tigers win 6th straight with a Robbie Farah field goal
2007 Round 16 Wests Tigers v Canberra 22-16  
2007 Round 20 Wests Tigers v North Queensland 54-10  
2007 Round 23 Wests Tigers v Cronulla 29-28 Robbie Farah FG wins it
2007 Round 5 Wests Tigers v Cronulla 14-12 Tigers win their first game of the season in golden point
2007 Round 8 Wests Tigers v Melbourne 30-12  
2007 Round 9 Wests Tigers v St George 27-8  
2008 Group 11 Grand Final Dubbo Cyms v Dubbo Macquarie 6-14  
2008 Round 1 Wests Tigers v St George 24-16 Benji Marshall injured in the 3rd minute
2008 Round 10 Wests Tigers v Newcastle 38-26 Benji Marshall & Robbie Farah return after missing significant time, Marshall scores and kicks a 40/20
2008 Round 11 Wests Tigers v Gold Coast 20-18  
2008 Round 13 Wests Tigers v North Queensland 40-16  
2008 Round 19 Wests Tigers v Souths 36-12 Tigers end Souths 5 game winning streak
2008 Round 2 Wests Tigers v North Queensland 30-10  
2008 Round 21 Wests Tigers v Bulldogs 56-4 Benji Marshall 20 points
2008 Round 26 Wests Tigers v Gold Coast 28-12 Brett Hodgson plays his last NRL game
2008 Round 6 Wests Tigers v Souths 30-10  
2008 Round 7 Wests Tigers v Cronulla 20-16  
2008 World Cup Final Australia v New Zealand 20-34 Kiwi's win World Cup in one of the biggest upsets ever
2009 Four Nations Final Australia v England 46-16 Darren Lockyer becomes first Kangaroo to play 50 internationals. Billy Slater 3 tries
2009 Friendly Manly v Harlequins 34-26 World Club Challenge warm up - Sea Eagles come from 20-0 down at halftime. No commentary
2009 Group 19 Grand Final Tingha v Guyra 46-14 Tingha Tigers side features Nathan Blacklock
2009 NSW Cup Grand Final Bankstown v Balmain Ryde 32-0 Ben Barba scores 3 tries for the Bulls, the 3rd a 70m intercept. Ave quality
2009 Round 19 Wests Tigers v North Queensland 34-14 Robbie Farah, Anthony Watts fight in scrum
2009 Round 3 Wests Tigers v Roosters 40-24 Tuiaka & Lawrence 2 tries each. Benji Marshall MOTM
2009 Round 6 Wests Tigers v Melbourne 16-6 Chris Lawrence 2 tries.
2009 Round 7 Wests Tigers v Newcastle 26-24 Dean Collis 3 tries
2009 Toyota Cup Grand Final Wests Tigers v Melbourne 22-24 Tigers feature Andrew Fifita, Robert Lui & Simon Dwyer. Storm Garreth Widdop. Ave quality
2010 Friendly Melbourne v Harlequins 34-10 World Club Challenge warm up - Cameron Smith & Billy Slater rested. Referee commentary only 
2010 Indigenous All Stars v NRL All-Stars 16-12 Jonathan Thurston winner of Preston Campbell Medal - HD Feed on 2 discs
2010 Preliminary Final Wests Tigers v St George 12-13 Tigers lead 12-6 at halftime but Jamie Soward kicks the winning FG
2010 Qualifying Final Wests Tigers v Roosters 15-19 100 Minute Golden Point final - HD Feed
2010 Round 1 Wests Tigers v Manly 26-22 Tigers down  20-4 an hour in. Lote debut and scores with first touch.
2010 Round 11 Wests Tigers v Newcastle 23-6  
2010 Round 12 Wests Tigers v Warriors 50-6 Tigers down 6-4 3 mins from halftime - Daniela hat trick 
2010 Round 15 Wests Tigers v Canberra 18-8 Tigers down 8-6 with 5 mins left at Leichardt 
2010 Round 17 Wests Tigers v Brisbane 16-14 Mitch Brown scores with 2 mins remaining for the win 
2010 Round 18 Wests Tigers v Gold Coast 15-14 Marshall 50m Field Goal is the difference 
2010 Round 23 Wests Tigers v Penrith 43-18 Tigers book a spot in the finals, score 19 points in the final 10 mins 
2010 Round 24 Wests Tigers v Parramatta 20-18  
2010 Round 3 Wests Tigers v Parramatta 23-12  
2010 Round 4 Wests Tigers v Canberra 35-22 Tigers come from 22-4 down 
2010 Round 6 Manly v Melbourne 18-16 Last game before salary cap scandal
2010 Round 7 Melbourne v New Zealand 40-6 1st Game after salary cap scandal
2010 Semi Final Wests Tigers v Canberra 26-24 Tigers hold on after a Croker missed goal
2010 State of Origin #2 QLD v NSW 34-6 Maroons win spiteful game for 5 series in a row 
2010 Toyota Cup Grand Final New Zealand v Souths 42-28 Shaun Johnson led Warriors win against Souths team with Adam Reynolds, Josh Mansour & Nathan Peats
2011 Qualifying Final Wests Tigers v St George Illawarra 21-12 Tigers win club record 9th in a row. Benji Marshall Mis-Kick turns into a try
2011 Round 21 Wests Tigers v Manly 14-12 Tigers come from 12-0 down by scoring 3 tries in 9 mins
2011 Round 22 Wests Tigers v St George Illawarra 16-14 Tigers come from 8-0 down & end a 4 match losing streak v the Dragons
2011 Round 23 Wests Tigers v Penrith 32-18 Gareth Ellis scores 2 tries as Tigers lock up a finals spot
2011 Round 24 Wests Tigers v Parramatta 31-12 Benji Marshall's 150th game. He breaks the Tigers all time points record
2011 Round 26 Brisbane v Manly 18-10 Darren Lockyer's last home game plus the bonus Locky's lap of Honour only aired in QLD
2011 Semi Final Brisbane v St George Illawarra 13-12 Darren Lockyer kicks the winning FG in Golden Point in what was his last ever game for Brisbane
2011 Semi Final Wests Tigers v New Zealand Warriors 20-22 Tigers lead for 78 mins of the match
2011 Triple M Legends of Origin Match QLD v NSW 20-16 Origin Legends match for QLD flood victims
2012 Grand Final Melbourne v Canterbury 14-4 Optional Roy & HG Commentary
2012 NSW Cup Grand Final Newtown v Balmain Ryde 22-18 The Jets win their 1st title of any kind since 1943. Daniel Mortimer stars for Newtown
2012 Round 11 Wests Tigers v Warriors 24-22 Missing last conversion kick only
2012 Round 22 Wests Tigers v Parramatta 51-26 Marika Koroibete scores 4 tries in his 2nd game. Tigers come from 22-6 down
2012 Round 7 Wests Tigers v Penrith 30-0 First shutout in the Tigers history. Tim Moltzen 2 tries
2012 Round 8 Wests Tigers v Parramatta 31-30 Tigers lead 31-0 with 13 mins to go as the Eels nearly pull off the upset
2012 Round 9 Wests Tigers v Gold Coast 15-14 Tigers beat the Titans in Golden Point
2012 Toyota Cup Grand Final Wests Tigers v Canberra 46-6 Koribete scores 2 tries as Tigers win their 1st Toyota Cup Premiership
2013 Holden Cup Elimination Finals Wests Tigers v Brisbane 26-22 Tigers win in golden point. Last win in under 20's for Luke Brooks
2013 Holden Cup Grand Final Penrith v New Zealand 42-30 Warriors come from 34-6 down to be at 34-30 before Penrith score a late try to clinch
2013 NSW Cup Grand Final Cronulla v Windsor 36-8 Sharks beat Wolves in fiery encounter for first title since 1996
2013 Round 11 Wests Tigers v North Queensland 22-20 Tigers end 7 match losing streak with a david Nofoaluma try in the 78th min
2013 Round 13 Wests Tigers v Penrith 20-18 Tigers come from 18-4 down with 11 first graders missing
2013 Round 19 Wests Tigers v New Zealand 14-24 Benji Marshall's last game at Leichardt for the Tigers plus bonus Footy Show Benji interview
2013 Round 2 Wests Tigers v Penrith  28-18 Mick Potter's first win as coach, Aaron Woods scores 2 tries
2013 Round 24 Wests Tigers v St George Illawarra 34-18 Luke Brooks makes his debut & scores a try
2013 Round 3 Wests Tigers v Parramatta 31-18 Chris Lawrence scores 2 tries & Benji scores a 70m try untouched from a tap
2013 World Cup Australia v England 28-20 England lead 10-0 early but Kangaroos score 4 tries in 18 minutes
2013 World Cup Australia v Fiji 34-2 Australia win easily in really poor conditions
2013 World Cup Australia v Ireland 50-0 Hayne & Cronk 2 tries each
2013 World Cup Cook Islands v Wales 28-24 First ever World Cup win for Cook Islands
2013 World Cup England v Fiji 34-12 Game remains scorless for 26 mins before Fiji scored. Ryan Hall 2 tries
2013 World Cup England v Ireland 42-0 Ryan Hall scores 3 tries
2013 World Cup Fiji v Ireland 32-14 Akuila Uate scores 3 tries for Fiji
2013 World Cup Final Australia v New Zealand 34-2 Australia get revenge for last Final loss to the Kiwi's
2013 World Cup France v Papua New Guinea 9-8 David Mead misses the penalty that would have won the game for PNG
2013 World Cup Italy v Scotland 30-30 Raymond Nasso scores 2 tries in a man of the match performance
2013 World Cup Italy v Wales 32-16 Josh Mantellato 3 tries in a man of the match performance
2013 World Cup New Zealand v France 48-0 Shaun Johnson 2 tries & 8 goals
2013 World Cup New Zealand v Papua New Guinea 56-10 Sonny Bill Williams scores 3 tries as Kiwi's thump the Kumuls, leading 40-0 at halftime
2013 World Cup New Zealand v Samoa 42-24 Manu Vatuvai scores 3 tries for NZ, Mannering adds 2 tries
2013 World Cup Quarter Final Australia v USA 62-0 Surprise packets the Tomahawks fail to trouble Australia
2013 World Cup Quarter Final England v France 34-6 Sam Tomkins man of the match as England book their place in the Semi Finals
2013 World Cup Quarter Final Fiji v Samoa 22-4 Marika Koroibete runs for over 200 metres as Fiji qualify for the Semi Finals
2013 World Cup Quarter Final New Zealand v Scotland 40-4 Kiwi's send Scotland packing with dominant performance
2013 World Cup Samoa v France 22-6 Anthony Milford man of the match with a try & 3 goals
2013 World Cup Samoa v Papua New Guinea 38-4 Antonio Winterstein scores 3 tries
2013 World Cup Scotland v Tonga 26-24 Scotland come from behind twice to win after leading 20-4 at halftime
2013 World Cup Scotland v USA 22-8 Scotland overcome an 8-0 defecit to qualify for the Quarter Finals
2013 World Cup Semi Final Australia v Fiji 64-0 Petero Civoniceva plays his last game
2013 World Cup Semi Final New Zealand v England 20-18 Kiwi's score a try right on fulltime to win & book their place in the final
2013 World Cup Tonga v Cook Islands 22-16 Christopher Taripo scores all of Cook Islands points & is man of the match
2013 World Cup Tonga v Italy 16-0 Italy knocked out of the World Cup - Fuifui Moimoi man of the match
2013 World Cup USA v Cook Islands 32-20 First ever World Cup victory for the Tomahawks. Junior Paulo 2 tries & 4 goals
2013 World Cup USA v Wales 24-16 Clint Newton 2 tries as United States notch another impressive win
2014 Auckland Nines 16-7 Cowboys win inagural Auckland 9's. All games on 6 discs
2014 Grand Final Souths v Canterbury 30-6 Rabbitohs win 1st Premiership in 43 years. Sam Burgess wins Clive Churchill medal (2 discs)
2014 Holden Cup Grand Final New Zealand v Brisbane 34-32 Warriors lead 34-6 before Brisbane come back but miss kick that would send game to golden point
2014 Intrust Super Cup Round 1 Papua New Guinea v Redcliffe 28-24 Debut game in QLD Cup for PNG Hunters
2014 Round 2 Wests Tigers v Gold Coast 42-12 Titans worst ever defeat. Pat Richards 2 tries
2014 Round 3 Wests Tigers v Souths 25-16 5 players reported and 2 sin binned. Tim Simona 2 tries.
2014 Round 5 Wests Tigers v Manly 34-18 Tigers win impressively in wet conditions
2014 State Championship Northern Pride v Penrith 32-28 Inaugural State Championship. Pride score 3 tries in final 21 mins after Penrith lead 28-16
2014 State of Origin #1 QLD v NSW 8-12 Jarryd Hayne wins man of the match in the 100th Origin match
2014 State of Origin #2 QLD v NSW 4-6 NSW win first series since 2005
2014 USARL Grand Final Philadelphia v Jacksonville 30-18 The Philadelphia Fight win their 3rd Premiership in a repeat of the previous final against the Axemen
2015 Auckland Nines 18-14 Souths back up first title in 43 years with win in Auckland 9's. All games on 6 discs
2015 Grand Final North Queensland v Brisbane 17-16 A Jonathan Thurston field goal in Golden Point wins the Cowboys first premiership - 2 discs
2015 Holden Cup Grand Final Penrith v Manly 34-18 Panthers win 2nd Under 20's title in 3 years
2015 Preliminary Final North Queensland v Melbourne 32-12 Cowboys make 2nd ever Grand Final. Morgan & O'Neill score 2 tries each
2015 Round 14 Wests Tigers v Souths 34-6 Martin Taupau scores 2 tries in an awesome display
2015 Round 21 Wests Tigers v Melbourne 34-16 Tigers score 4 tries down former Tiger Koroibete's wing in stunning display
2015 Round 8 Wests Tigers v Canterbury 38-14 2 tries each to Tedesco & Brooks as Tigers thump Dogs
2015 State Championship Ipswich v Newcastle 26-12 Marmin Barba scores a 90 metre try for the Jets & coach Chris Walker makes a shock appearance only to injure himself
2015 World Club Series Brisbane v Wigan 14-12 Wigan draw level with 2mins remaining only to lose in Golden Point
2015 World Club Series Souths v St Helens 39-0 Souths score biggest World Club Challenge victory in the game's history
2015 World Club Series St George Illawarra v Warrington 18-12 A Josh Dugan try with 16 mins left seals the Dragons win
2016 Elimination Semi Brisbane v Gold Coast 44-28  
2016 Grand Final Cronulla v Melbourne 14-12 Sharks win 1st ever premiership in a nail biter - 2 discs
2016 Preliminary Final Melbourne v Canberra 14-12  
2016 Round 11 North Queensland v Brisbane 19-18 Jonathon Thurston kicks winning field goal in 3rd match in a row between these 2 teams decided by a point
2016 Round 12 Wests Tigers v Brisbane 19-18 Tigers win in Brisbane for first time in 6 years. Broncos missing origin stars
2016 Round 14 Wests Tigers v Souths 30-14 Mitch Moses is man of the match and Robbie Farah scores a 50m try
2016 Round 20 Wests Tigers v St George 25-12  
2016 Round 4 Brisbane v North Queensland 21-20 Grand Final replay lives up to hype, Anthony Milford field goal in golden point for Broncos
2016 Round 7 Wests Tigers v Melbourne 18-19 Cooper Cronk kicks the winning field goal in golden point
2016 Round 9 Wests Tigers v Souths 30-22 Tigers end their 6 match losing streak. Rankin 2 tries & man of the match
2016 Semi Final North Queensland v Brisbane 26-20 Cowboys win in Golden Point again to send Brisbane packing
2016 World Club Series Brisbane v Wigan 42-12  
2016 World Club Series North Queensland v Leeds 38-4  
2016 World Club Series Sydney Roosters v St Helens 38-12  
2017 Round 1 Wests Tigers v Souths 34-18 Robbie Farah plays against the Tigers in his Souths debut 
2017 Round 2 North Queensland v Brisbane 21-20 The teams go to Golden Point yet again with Thurston kicking the winning field goal
2017 Round 4 Brisbane v Canberra 13-12 Jordan Kahu breaks a 12 all deadlock
2017 Round 6 Brisbane v Sydney Roosters 32-8  
2017 Round 8 Brisbane v Souths 25-24 Anthony Milford kicks game winning field goal with what looks like a knock on.
N/A The Ground I Walk On   Documentary on the history of the Souths Brisbane Magpies