NRL - Essentials: Sydney Roosters II
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Step back in the annals of Rugby League history and experience some of the greatest ever games from the Sydney Roosters. Known fondly as the “Tricolours” due to the iconic red, white and blue playing strip, the Roosters quickly became one of the most successful clubs in NRL history. Sit back and enjoy five classic Roosters games from the Rugby League archives, each presented in their entire original broadcast format – a must-have for the true Roosters fan.
1991, ROUND 8 | ROOSTERS 24 – 16 BRONCOS The Broncos had proven to be a bit of a bogy team for the Roosters since joining the competition however in front of a hostile Lang Park crowd the Roosters ran in four tries to three claiming their first ever victory over their interstate rivals.
1991, ROUND 17 | ROOSTERS 34 – 14 BULLDOGS Inspirational skipper Hugh McGahan rallied his team to turn in their greatest performance for 1991, the skipper capping a remarkable game by scoring what would prove to be his last try for the Roosters.
1993, ROUND 6 | ROOSTERS 6 – 0 MANLY In a magnificent defensive display the roosters hold off a relentless Manly side, keeping them scoreless for only the third time in 46 years at Brookvale.
1999, ROUND 2 | ROOSTERS 46 – 0 MANLY Under Coach Phil Gould the Roosters had developed a ruthless streak and after doubles to both Richie Barnett and Robert Miles the Roosters steeled their resolve, holding Manly scoreless to record the biggest win in club history over their bitter rivals.
2014, ROUND 2 | ROOSTERS 56 – 4 EELS Having won the Premiership the previous year the Roosters were in white hot form, piling on 56 points to record their biggest ever win over the Eels, a win made all the more sweet by Anthony Minichiello’s first ever career hat-trick.
|Audio||English (Dolby Digital 2.0)|
|Consumer Advice||Exempt from classification|
|Primary Format - Movies/TV||DVD|