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NSWRL Finals - 1989
"The 1989 NSWRL Grand Final is regarded by many sports historians as one of the greatest of all time."
15 Points Per Correct Answer - No time limit
Which team finished the season as Minor Premiers?
All finals in 1989 were played at the Sydney Football Stadium.
In Canberra's 31-10 victory over Cronulla, who scored the only try for the Cronulla team?
How many goals did Andy Currier score for Balmain in their 24-12 triumph over the Penrith Panthers?
Canberra knocked Penrith out of the finals with a win on September 9. What was the score?
Balmain and South Sydney played in the Major Semi-Final on September 10, the winner gaining direct access to the Grand Final. What was the scoreline at half-time?
Souths 10-0 Balmain
Souths 10-6 Balmain
Balmain 10-6 Souths
Balmain 20-6 Souths
Which Canberra player scored two tries in the Preliminary Final?
Bill Harrigan would be refereeing his first Grand Final in 1989.
The official attendance, which was a ground record, was what?
Who scored the first try of the grand final?
( Two words, or just surname)
Paul Sironen scored the Tigers second try. What position did Sironen play in the grand final?
Sixteen minutes into the second half, Gary Belcher scored a try making the scoreline 12-8 after Meninga converted. Belcher played what position?
With 90 seconds left, this player beat three defenders and carried three more over the line with him to tie the scores and put the game into extra-time. Who was he?
( Two words, or just surname .. or just nickname!)
Canberra eventually wrapped up the grand final in extra time, with a field-goal to Chris O'Sullivan and a try to Steve Jackson. What was the final scoreline?
Canberra were the first team to win the Premiership from fourth spot.
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