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1973: Sea Eagles v Sharks – Biff & Bozo

The 1973 battle of the beaches is famously remembered as one of the most violent grand finals in history.

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Ian Ninnes – Member of the Month

Each month, the Men of League Foundation features a member who has shown outstanding generosity, compassion and commitment to the Foundation.

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2003: Panthers v Roosters – Great Scott

Boasting just one player in their starting side with grand final experience, the Panthers arrived as the firm underdogs against the 2002 premiers, the Sydney Roosters.

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Join Honorary President Ron Coote at the 2018 Annual Gala Dinner

The Honorary President of the Men of League Foundation, Ron Coote, invites you to join us for the 2018 Annual Gala Dinner.

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WIN a luxury 5-night getaway to qualia resort, Hamilton Island

At this year’s Men of League Foundation Queensland Annual Lunch presented by Newstead Brewing Co, we’re giving one lucky winner a dream island getaway to qualia resort, Hamilton Island.

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2015: Cowboys v Broncos – One Golden Point

In the first ever all Queensland affair, it was the North Queensland Cowboys who claimed their first premiership title since their inception in 1995, winning 17-16 over the Brisbane Broncos.

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1989: Raiders v Tigers – Extra-Time Raid

They met in 1987 after Canberra had spent just five years in the competition, but it was the 1989 win by the Canberra Raiders in extra-time that put the capital on the rugby league map.

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Introducing Men of League Foundation CEO Stephen Lowndes

WATCH: Our new CEO Stephen Lowndes talks about his vision for the future of the Men of League Foundation.

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Men of League Foundation to Celebrate Rugby League’s Greatest Grand Finals at Annual Gala Dinner

The Men of League Foundation is inviting all members of the rugby league community to join them for their Gala Dinner on Wednesday 15 August at The Westin Sydney.

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Super League secrets revealed: ‘How Balmain turned its back on Benny and perhaps survival’

Ben Elias, former NSW captain, two-time Kangaroo tourist and Balmain Tigers legend, wanted his club to join the rebel Super League competition as News Limited searched for one more ARL club to secure its rebel league.

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