Nrl Grand Final

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Jeff Lima - Biography - Professional Playing Career - Melbourne Storm
... Lima was rewarded for his good form throughout the 2007 NRL season's finals with selection on the interchange bench for the Storm's victory in the 2007 NRL ... World Cup, and in October 2008, he was named in the final 24-man Kiwi squad ... Lima played at prop in the Storm's loss in the 2008 NRL grand final ...
Sydney Roosters Squad - 2002 NRL Premiers - History
... Eastern Suburbs missed the finals once from 1926 to 1942, and in that time won four titles and the minor premiership on seven occasions. 1945, Eastern Suburbs failed to make the finals for the following seven seasons ... Eastern Suburbs were soundly defeated 31–6 in the grand final that year, by the famous record-beating St George outfit ...
Chris Flannery (rugby League)
... Sydney Roosters, with whom he won the 2002 NRL Premiership ... for the Roosters from the interchange bench in their 2002 NRL grand final victory over the New Zealand Warriors ... He again played from the interchange bench for the Roosters in the 2003 NRL grand final which was lost to the Penrith Panthers ...
Shane Rodney - Playing Career - National Rugby League
... He made his NRL debut against Melbourne Storm in round 20, 2002 ... from the interchange bench in the 2003 NRL grand final-winning Penrith Panthers team which defeated the Sydney Roosters, 18–6 ... Injured in round 23, 2006, Rodney did not return to the NRL playing field until June, 2008 ...

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