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National Rugby League Season 2004
The 2004 NRL season (also known as the 2004 Telstra
Telstra
Premiership due to sponsorship from Telstra) was the 97th season of professional rugby league football in Australia, and the seventh run by the National Rugby League. Fifteen clubs competed during the regular season before the top eight finishing teams contested the finals series
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Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs
The Canterbury-Bankstown
Canterbury-Bankstown
Bulldogs are an Australian professional rugby league football club based in Belmore, a suburb in the Canterbury-Bankstown
Canterbury-Bankstown
region of Sydney. They compete in the National Rugby League (NRL) premiership, as well as New South Wales
New South Wales
Rugby League junior competitions. The club was admitted to the New South Wales
New South Wales
Rugby Football League premiership, predecessor of the current NRL competition, in 1935
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Queensland Derby
The Queensland Derby
Queensland Derby
is a Brisbane
Brisbane
Racing Club Group 1 Thoroughbred hors
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Parramatta Eels
The Parramatta Eels
Parramatta Eels
are an Australian professional rugby league football club based in the Sydney
Sydney
suburb of Parramatta. The Parramatta District Rugby League Football Club was formed in 1947, and their home ground was Parramatta Stadium
Parramatta Stadium
(formerly Cumberland Oval) until the current season. Owing to the demolition of Pirtek Stadium, Parramatta will play its home games at Stadium Australia, until the completion of the Western Sydney Stadium
Western Sydney Stadium
in 2019. It took thirty years for the club to make the grand final, which they did in 1976 and 1977, losing on both occasions. However, this period foreshadowed their most successful period in the early 1980s, when they won four premierships and qualified for five grand finals in six seasons. This was a golden era for the club and yielded their only premiership titles
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Super League
Super League
Super League
(currently known as the Betfred
Betfred
Super League
Super League
for sponsorship reasons) is the top-level professional rugby league club competition in the Northern hemisphere. The league has twelve teams: eleven from England
England
and one from France. Canadian and Welsh clubs that also compete in the Rugby Football League
Rugby Football League
can also qualify. Colloquially known in the UK as the Super League
Super League
it is referred to internationally as the European Super League
Super League
(ESL). Super League
Super League
began in 1996, replacing the RFL Championship and switching from a winter to a summer season. Each team plays 23 games between February and July: 11 home games, 11 away games and a Magic Weekend game at a neutral venue
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Daniel Anderson (rugby League)
Daniel Clive Anderson (born 3 May 1967) is an Australian rugby league football coach. Anderson previously coached in Australia, New Zealand and England and is particularly noted for his work with the development of younger players.[citation needed]Contents1 Early years 2 New Zealand Warriors 3 St Helens 4 Parramatta Eels 5 Honours 6 References 7 External linksEarly years[edit] Anderson began his coaching career in 1999 at the Parramatta Eels working his way up to Premier League coach before being made assistant coach to Brian Smith in 2000.[3] New Zealand Warriors[edit] In 2001, Anderson was a surprise choice for coach of the New Zealand Warriors. He had amazing success, taking them to their first finals series in 2001 and their first Grand Final in 2002, losing to the Sydney Roosters. The 2002 Dally M
Dally M
Coach of the Year was awarded to Anderson
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Paul Langmack
Paul Langmack
Paul Langmack
is an Australian former rugby league coach and representative and premiership-winning player. Langmack won three premierships with the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs
Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs
in the mid-eighties. He later joined the Western Suburbs Magpies
Western Suburbs Magpies
to become just the fifth player to play 100 games with two different teams.[3]Contents1 Playing career 2 Coaching career 3 References 4 External linksPlaying career[edit] While attending Fairfield Patrician Brothers, Langmack played for the Australian Schoolboys team in 1982.[4] Langmack won three premierships as a member of the Canterbury Bulldogs in 1984, 1985 and 1988, and later played for and captained the Western Suburbs Magpies. In 1987, he became the youngest player in history to register 100 top-grade games at the age of 22 years 26 days
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Australian Rugby League Season 1996
The 1996 ARL premiership (also known as the 1996 Optus Cup due to sponsorship from Optus) was the 89th season of professional rugby league football in Australia, and the second to be administered by the Australian Rugby League (ARL). Twenty teams contested the premiership, including five Sydney-based foundation teams, another six from Sydney, two from greater New South Wales, four from Queensland, and one each from New Zealand, the Australian Capital Territory and Western Australia. Ultimately two Sydney clubs, the Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles and St. George Dragons contested the grand final.Contents1 Regular season1.1 Teams 1.2 Ladder 1.3 Ladder progression2 Finals2.1 Grand Final3 ReferencesRegular season[edit] With the Super League war in full effect off the field, those clubs affiliated with the breakaway competition refused to participate in five games of Round 1, all forfeited to ARL-aligned clubs and only four of the ten scheduled games took place
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Bulldogs (rugby League Team)
The Canterbury-Bankstown
Canterbury-Bankstown
Bulldogs are an Australian professional rugby league football club based in Belmore, a suburb in the Canterbury-Bankstown
Canterbury-Bankstown
region of Sydney. They compete in the National Rugby League (NRL) premiership, as well as New South Wales
New South Wales
Rugby League junior competitions. The club was admitted to the New South Wales
New South Wales
Rugby Football League premiership, predecessor of the current NRL competition, in 1935
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Karmichael Hunt
Karmichael Neil Matthew Hunt (born 17 November 1986) is a rugby union player for the Queensland Reds
Queensland Reds
in the Super Rugby
Super Rugby
competition. Having previously played professional rugby league and Australian rules football, Hunt is the first person in Australia to have reached elite professional level in three different football codes. He was born in Auckland, New Zealand but has represented Australia in both rugby codes after his family emigrated there when he was eleven years old. Hunt made his debut for the Brisbane Broncos
Brisbane Broncos
in the National Rugby League (NRL) in 2004 and won the Dally M Rookie of the Year award. Primarily a fullback, he played for Brisbane
Brisbane
until 2009 and was part of the Broncos team which won the Grand Final in 2006
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Brisbane Broncos
The Brisbane
Brisbane
Broncos are an Australian professional rugby league football club based in the city of Brisbane, the capital of the state of Queensland. Founded in April 1988, the Broncos play in Australia's elite competition, the National Rugby League
National Rugby League
(NRL) premiership. They have won six premierships, including two NSWRL titles a Super League premiership and three NRL premierships. They also have two World Club Challenges. The Broncos have achieved four minor premierships during their 29 years in multiple competitions, making them Rugby League's most successful club over the past three decades. Until 2015 Brisbane had never been defeated in a grand final, and between 1991 and 2009 they never failed to qualify for the finals. They are the most successful club in the National Rugby League, since it began in 1998, winning three premierships in this competition
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Brisbane Broncos 2004
The 2004 Brisbane Broncos season was the seventeenth in the club's history. They competed in the NRL's 2004 Telstra Premiership, making it to the finals again, but were knocked out of contention by the North Queensland Cowboys, their first ever loss to the club.Contents1 Season summary 2 Match results 3 Ladder 4 Scorers 5 Honours5.1 League 5.2 Club6 ReferencesSeason summary[edit] The 2004 NRL season was Darren Lockyer's first in the position of five-eighth and Gorden Tallis' last as captain. The Broncos started the season by defeating the New Zealand Warriors 28-20 in Round 1, only to lose their next match against the Parramatta Eels by 26-18. The Broncos then won their next five matches, including a controversial match against the Tigers, during which the Broncos appeared to field 14 men at one stage of the match
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St George Dragons
The St George Dragons are an Australian Rugby league
Rugby league
football club in St George, Sydney, New South Wales
New South Wales
playing in the then-top-level New South Wales competition from 1921 until 1998 when, in 1999, they formed a joint venture with the Illawarra Steelers, creating the St George Illawarra Dragons team which competes in the National Rugby League. As a stand-alone club, they field teams in the NSWRL
NSWRL
underage men's and women's competitions, Harold Matthews Cup, S.G. Ball, and Tarsha Gale Cup. Entering the New South Wales
New South Wales
Rugby Football League in 1921, the St George club won 15 premierships, including 11 in succession between 1956 and 1966, a record for sporting competitions at the time. The Dragons thus became second to only the South Sydney
Sydney
Rabbitohs in terms of total premierships won in the NSW Rugby Football League
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Suncorp Stadium
Lang Park, also known as Brisbane
Brisbane
Stadium,[3] and by the sponsored name Suncorp Stadium, is a multi-purpose stadium in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, located in the suburb of Milton. The current facility comprises a three-tiered rectangular sporting stadium with a capacity of 52,500 people.[1] It is primarily used for rugby league, rugby union, and soccer, with a rectangular playing field of 136 metres by 82 metres.[2] Lang Park
Lang Park
was established in 1914, on the site of the former North Brisbane
Brisbane
Cemetery, and in its early days was home to a number of different sports, including cycling, athletics, and soccer
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Wayne Bennett (rugby League)
Wayne James Bennett AM (born 1 January 1950) is an Australian professional rugby league coach and former player. He is the current head coach of the Brisbane Broncos
Brisbane Broncos
of the National Rugby League
National Rugby League
(NRL), and since 2016 he has been head coach of the England national team, the first non-English coach to hold the position. He has also been head coach of Australia, in 1998 and from 2004 to 2005, and was an assistant coach of New Zealand in 2008. Widely regarded as one of the sport's greatest ever coaches, he holds Australian coaching records for most grand final wins[4] (7) and most seasons with a single club (24 with the Broncos). As a player, Bennett was an Australian international and Queensland interstate representative winger or fullback of the 1970s
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Gorden Tallis
Gorden James Tallis (born 27 July 1973) is an Australian former professional rugby league footballer of the 1990s and 2000s. A Queensland State of Origin and Australian international representative second-row forward, he captained both these teams as well as the Brisbane Broncos
Brisbane Broncos
with whom he won the 1997, 1998 and 2000 Grand Finals, after starting his career with the St. George Dragons
St. George Dragons
in Sydney. Nicknamed the "Raging Bull" for his on-field aggression,[3] at the peak of his career Tallis was considered as the best second-row forward in the world[4] and in 2008 was named in an Indigenous Australian rugby league team of the century. He is currently a commentator and pundit for the Fox Sports network. He served as a National Rugby League
National Rugby League
board member and was a member of the board of directors for the North Queensland
North Queensland
Cowboys
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