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Sportsnet’s Rugby League Event Calendar 2018 – 2019
|Event Name||Performers||Venue||State/Country||Start Date||End Date|
|2018 NRL Grand Final||To Be Announced||ANZ Stadium||NSW, Australia||30 September 2018||30 September|
|State of Origin Game 1||To Be Announced||Melbourne Cricket Ground||VIC, Australia||06 June 2018||06 June 2018|
|State of Origin Game 2||To Be Announced||ANZ Stadium||NSW, Australia||24 June 2018||24 June 2018|
|State of Origin Game 3||To Be Announced||Suncorp Stadium||QLD, Australia||11 July 2018||11 July 2018|
|NRL Nines||To Be Announced||To be Announced||To Be Announced||To Be Announced||To be Announced|
|Rugby World Cup 2019||To Be Announced||Japan||Japan||20 September 2019||02 November 2019|
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Experience first-hand, what are arguably the three biggest matches on the NRL Calendar. The Holden State of Origin series pits the very best players from New South Wales and Queensland against each other. Origin never fails to produce some of the most exciting and gripping matches as the two states vie for domination and bragging rights.
Join Sportsnet Holidays in Sydney as the season comes to a head at the NRL Grand Final. Soak up the incredible atmosphere in the legendary ANZ Stadium as the NRL’s two best teams battle for glory in-front of 80,000+ screaming fans.
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NRL Grand Final Winners
|Season||Winners||Score||Runners up||Attendance||Clive Churchill Medal|
|1998||Brisbane Broncos||38-12||Canterbury Bulldogs||40,857||Gorden Tallis|
|1999||Melbourne Storm||20-18||St. George-Illawarra Dragons||107,999||Brett Kimmorley|
|2000||Brisbane Broncos||14-6||Sydney Roosters||94,277||Darren Lockyer|
|2001||Newcastle Knights||30-24||Parramatta Eels||90,414||Andrew Johns|
|2002||Sydney Roosters||30-8||New Zealand Warriors||80,130||Craig Fitzgibbon|
|2003||Penrith Panthers||18-6||Sydney Roosters||81,166||Luke Priddis|
|2004||Canterbury Bulldogs||16-13||Sydney Roosters||82,127||Willie Mason|
|2005||Wests Tigers||30-16||North Queensland Cowboys||82,453||Scott Prince|
|2006||Brisbane Broncos||15-8||Melbourne Storm||79,609||Shaun Berrigan|
|2007*||Melbourne Storm||34-8||Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles||81,392||Greg Inglis|
|2008||Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles||40-0||Melbourne Storm||80,388||Brent Kite|
|2009*||Melbourne Storm||23-16||Parramatta Eels||82,538||Billy Slater|
|2010||St. George-Illawarra Dragons||32-8||Sydney Roosters||82,334||Darius Boyd|
|2011||Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles||24-10||New Zealand Warriors||81,988||Glenn Stewart|
|2012||Melbourne Storm||14-4||Canterbury Bulldogs||82,976||Cooper Cronk|
|2013||Sydney Roosters||26-18||Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles||81,491||Daly Cherry-Evans|
|2014||South Sydney Rabbitohs||30-6||Canterbury Bulldogs||83,833||Sam Burgess|
|2015||North Queensland Cowboys||17-16||Brisbane Broncos||82,758||Johnathan Thurston|
|2016||Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks||14-12||Melbourne Storm||83,625||Luke Lewis|
|2017||Melbourne Storm||34-6||North Queensland Cowboys||79,722||Billy Slater|
State of Origin Winners
|State of Origin series|
|1986||New South Wales||3||0||0||New South Wales|
|1990||New South Wales||2||1||0||New South Wales|
|1992||New South Wales||2||1||0||New South Wales|
|1993||New South Wales||2||1||0||New South Wales|
|1994||New South Wales||2||1||0||New South Wales|
|1996||New South Wales||3||0||0||New South Wales|
|1997||New South Wales||2||1||0||New South Wales|
|2000||New South Wales||3||0||0||New South Wales|
|2003||New South Wales||2||1||0||New South Wales|
|2004||New South Wales||2||1||0||New South Wales|
|2005||New South Wales||2||1||0||New South Wales|
|2014||New South Wales||2||1||0||New South Wales|