Finals facts

Rugby league grand final facts and stats:-

Biggest winning margin: Easts 38 bt St George 0, 1975 Lowest scoring: Parramatta 4 bt Canterbury 2, 1986 Tryless grand finals: 1986, Parramatta 4 bt Canterbury 2 Highest scoring: Souths 42 bt Manly 14, 1951 Most grand final wins (team): St George, 14 Most consecutive wins (team): St George, 11, 1956-66 Most tries: 4, Johnny Graves (Souths), 1951 Most goals: 8, Harry Bath (St George), 1957 Most points: 16, Harry Bath (St George), 1957 (8 goals) Oldest player: Ken Kearney (St George), 36 and 123 days in 1960 Youngest player: Dennis Tutty (Balmain), 17 and 264 days in 1964 Most successful coach: Ken Kearney, 5 wins (St George, 1957-61) Jack Gibson, 5 wins (Easts 1974-75, Parramatta 1981-83) Wayne Bennett, 5 wins (Brisbane 1992-93, 1997-98, 2000) Sent off in grand final: Bryan Orrock (Souths) and Hec Farrell (Wests), 1952; Harry Bath (St George) and Rex Mossop (Manly), 1959; Brian Wright (Easts) and Kevin Ryan (St George), 1960; Billy Wilson (St George), 1962; Phil Sigsworth (Canterbury), 1986 Recent Clive Churchill Medal Winners: 2000 - Darren Lockyer (Brisbane) 2001 - Andrew Johns (Newcastle) 2002 - Craig Fitzgibbon (Roosters) 2003 - Luke Priddis (Panthers) Biggest crowds: 107,999 - Melbourne v St George Illawarra at Stadium Australia (Telstra Stadium) 1999 94,277 - Brisbane v Sydney Roosters at Stadium Australia 2000 90,414 - Newcastle v Parramatta at Stadium Australia 2001 81,166 - Penrith v Sydney Roosters at Telstra Stadium 2003

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