1996 ARL Grand Final: Sea Eagles vs Dragons Trailer

1996 ARL Grand Final: Sea Eagles vs Dragons Trailer (1996)

29 September 1996 120 mins

This was the last grand final to feature two Sydney-based teams until 2003. 40,985 people were at the Sydney Football Stadium for the game, the lowest attendance since 1989. The match was refereed by Queenslander David Manson. For St. George it was their third Grand Final appearance in the 1990s and would prove to be their last as a stand-alone club. Manly, looking for their 6th premiership, had been beaten Grand Finalists in 1995.

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Australia 29 September 1996

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