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  • Winning against the Melbourne Storm hasn’t been easy for the Brisbane Broncos, chalking up just 13 victories in 42 clashes between the heavyweight clubs – by far the Broncos’ worst record against any team.But Brisbane has a decent 3-5 record AAMI Park – including wins in two of their last three trips to the venue – and ahead of tonight’s feverishly-anticipated preliminary final showdown in the Victorian capital, Flashback Friday is revisiting the @BrisbaneBroncos’ boilover in the Storm’s first-ever match at the ground. Melbourne winger Anthony Quinn scored the first NRL try at the venue, but despite winning just two of their eight games to that point, the Darren Lockyer-led Broncos trounced the troubled defending premiers 36-14.Ex-Storm three-quarter @IzzyFolau bagging a double (including this great solo try), with Jharal Yow Yeh, Corey Norman, Ben Te’o and Gerard Beale also finding their way onto the scoresheet. -- #NRL #NRLFinals #NRLStormBroncos #RugbyLeague #FlashbackFriday #Throwback #Flashback #FBF
  • The Adelaide Crows have home-field advantage on Friday night against the Geelong Cats as they aim to qualify for their first grand final since the club’s back-to-back triumphs in 1997-98.Throwback Thursday is marking 20 years since their maiden preliminary final victory, a two-point thriller against Western Bulldogs that saw the Crows reach their first decider in just their seventh season in the AFL premiership.Adelaide finished fourth in 1997 and advanced to the prelim with victories over West Coast and Geelong, the latter by just eight points. But at 29 points down at halftime against the Bulldogs, the Crows’ dream of grand final berth was slipping away.By three-quarter time the Bulldogs’ lead was still 22 points, but the Crows came home with a wet sail in the final term, kicking 4.6 to the Bulldogs’ 0.6.The Bulldogs were left to lament crucial missed opportunities in the latter stages, while clutch goals in the latter stages from rookie Simon Goodwin and brilliant veteran Darren Jarman saw the @Adelaide_FC snatch the lead and the win. -- #AFL #AFLFinals #WeFlyAsOne #Crows #Throwback #TBT #Flashback #ThrowbackThursday
  • Huge news for the @BrisbaneBroncos as @CoreyOates is cleared by the medical staff to line-up against the @melbstormrlc in their preliminary final on Friday. -- #NRL #RugbyLeague #BronxNation #NRLFinals #NRLStormBroncos #BrisbaneBroncos
  • #OldTrafford you magnificent bastard. @manchesterunited 👊 - - Credit: @optussport #GoalCam #ManchesterUnited #MUFC #Manchester #PremierLeague #PL #Football #OptusSport
  • The @SydneyRoosters square off against the fairytale @NQCowboys on Saturday night at Allianz Stadium for a spot in the grand final.Wind-back Wednesday delves into the archives for the clubs’ maiden post-season encounter, in the corresponding clash 13 years ago.Graham Murray, who coached the Roosters to a grand final in 2000, crafted the Cowboys into a force for the first time in their history, guiding the club to a maiden finals appearance in 2004.The Ricky Stuart-coached Roosters reached their third straight NRL grand final by extinguishing the Cowboys’ surging run from seventh spot, but it was a pulsating contest that threatened to go the underdogs’ way before the heavyweights narrowly prevailed 19-16. Brett Finch’s 75th-minute field goal edged the Roosters in front and a late penalty goal seemed to put it beyond doubt, but the Cowboys won possession from the restart to set up a nerve-jangling finish.A bomb on the fulltime siren was messily defused by the Roosters to clinch the result, but plenty of plaudits went the way of the Cowboys for their valiant September charge.#NRL #RugbyLeague #IMAROOSTER #Flashback #Throwback #WBW #WindbackWednesday #NRLFinals
  • Folau became the first Wallaby in history to score four doubles in a single season on the weekend. Great stuff @izzyfolau! Better of thanked @WillGenia for the pinpoint dime! Credit: @wallabies #AUSvARG #TRC2017 #Wallabies #Folau #Rugby #RugbyUnion #RugbyChampionship
  • Cowboys coach Paul Green named co-captain Matt Scott on his extended bench for their preliminary final against the @SydneyRoosters this Saturday (7:40pm AEST). Green discusses his decision here, explaining, "if everyone gets through the week, he won't play". - Full team lists up at Credit: @nqcowboys #NRL #RugbyLeague #NRLFinals #NRLRoostersCowboys #ridemcowboys #NQTougherTogether
  • The Broncos, Storm, Roosters and Cowboys will be looking for their gun players to put their stamp on this weekend’s showdowns and secure a grand final berth for their club.CBS Top 5 recalls the most memorable individual displays in the preliminary final pressure-cooker during the NRL era (full list up on the website - link in bio). The list includes Benji Marshall in 2005.Boom five-eighth Marshall was one of the linchpins of Wests Tigers’ incredible charge to a maiden finals appearance in 2005, but their thrilling run was expected to come to an abrupt halt against title favourites St George Illawarra in the preliminary final. But the Tigers mixed toughness in with their dazzling attack to carve out a 20-12 upset. Marshall scored a stunning solo try after just three minutes, had a hand in the sealer for Dene Halatau and constantly troubled the Dragons’ defence with his running and passing game. Will Benji get the chance to be a preliminary final hero again this weekend? #NRL #RugbyLeague #NRLFinals #CBSTop5 #Throwback #Flashback
  • The NRL is littered with freakish attacking guns capable of scoring and setting up mind-blowing tries on a weekly basis. But during the rugged, defence-oriented 1980s premiership era, Scott Gale stood out like a beacon.An 18-year-old debutant with Wests in 1983, the utility-back spent the following season at Easts, but it is his four-year stint at Balmain for which he is best remembered.Gale, predominantly a half, scored 35 tries in 99 games for the @NRL_WestsTigers – including some of the most memorable solo touchdowns in the code’s history. Fast with electric footwork and brilliant ball skills, Gale’s trademark was possessing the most potent chip-and-chase game in the competition.The popular journeyman was diagnosed with motor neuron disease and tragically passed away in 2004, aged just 39, but the on-field magic from his unforgettable career lives on. #NRL #RugbyLeague #Throwback #Flashback #TGT #TooGoodTuesday #WestsTigers #Tigers #Balmain #BalmainTigers

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