NRL - Essentials: Brisbane Broncos Double Pack
Step back into the annals of Rugby League history and experience some of the greatest ever games from the Brisbane Broncos. Joining the competition in 1988, the Broncos won their first Premiership in 1992 and followed it up with back-to-back titles in 1993, establishing themselves as a major force ever since. Sit back and enjoy five classic Broncos games from the Rugby League archives, each presented in their entire original broadcast format – a must-have for the true Broncos fan.
1989, PANASONIC CUP FINAL | BRONCOS 22—20 STEELERS
After racing to a 16-0 lead it seemed as if the Broncos would run away with the game, but the Steelers
1990, MINOR SEMI-FINAL | BRONCOS 12—4 SEA EAGLES
Following a Preliminary Finals loss to the Penrith Panthers, a Broncos side missing stars Dale Shearer and Greg Dowling overcomes the Sea Eagles in a gritty encounter to record their first ever Finals victory.
1993, PRELIMINARY FINAL | BRONCOS 23—16 BULLDOGS
In a classic Finals encounter, Allan Langer inspires a second half turnaround, with the diminutive halfback scoring a try and potting a field goal to secure the Broncos' trip to a second consecutive Grand Final.
1998, ROUND 5 | BRONCOS 58—4 COWBOYS
With 11 wins on the trot the Broncos were chasing their own piece of history when they faced northern neighbours the Cowboys at ANZ Stadium; racing out to an early lead the Broncos secured a club record 12th consecutive victory.
2001, SEMI FINAL | BRONCOS 44—28 DRAGONS
A rampaging Broncos side came out of the gates firing, quickly establishing a 26-12 half time lead, but the day belonged to Wendell Sailor who bagged four tries, equalling Steve Renouf’s club record.
2002, ROUND 12 | BRONCOS 28—14 WESTS TIGERS
With no fewer than nine stars missing through Origin duty, an inexperienced Broncos squad delivers a now legendary performance, the so-called “Baby Broncos” scoring a win for the ages.
2002, ROUND 7 | BRONCOS 18—12 KNIGHTS
After seven rounds of competition two undefeated teams faced off with the Knights getting the better of the first half to lead by a single try, however the Broncos were not to be denied, not even the sin binning of Captain Gorden Tallis could stop the Broncos storming home to victory.
2006, PRELIMINARY FINAL | BRONCOS 37—20 BULLDOGS
In the face of a 20-6 half-time deficit, skipper Darren Lockyer rises to the occasion and turns in an imperious performance, inspiring his side to score 31 unanswered points and deliver a Grand Final berth.
2007, ROUND 17 | BRONCOS 19—18 TITANS
Coming into round 17 the Broncos and Titans were equal on 18 competition points and after almost 80 minutes it seemed nothing could separate these two rivals, until Darren Lockyer stepped up to the mark, landing a clutch field goal to snatch a memorable victory.
2011, SEMI-FINAL | BRONCOS 13—12 DRAGONS
In a mouth-watering Semi-Final showdown against former coach Wayne Bennett’s reigning Premiers, again it is the Broncos’ talisman Darren Lockyer who proves the difference. Playing on with a fractured cheekbone, Lockyer sinks the winning field goal in what would be his final game in a Broncos jersey.
1988, ROUND 1 | BRONCOS 44—10 SEA EAGLES
Enjoy bonus extended highlights* of the Broncos’ first ever game, the 1988 Round 1 thrashing of reigning Premiers, Manly Warringah Sea Eagles.
|Audio||English (Dolby Digital 2.0)|
|Consumer Advice||Exempt from classification|
|Primary Format - Movies/TV||DVD|
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