Legends of Origin raise almost $400,000 for Flood Victims

20,000 Sydney-siders packed out Parramatta Stadium last night for Triple M's Legends of Origin match - a sporting spectacular that will go down in history - raising almost $400,000 for the Queensland Flood Victims with QLD taking out the Jordan Rice Shield.

Jerseys from the match signed by all players are currently for auction on the Triple M website and the final amount raised will be announced to the QLD Premier Anna Bligh on-air this Monday 31 January .

NRL legends returned to the field in an electric atmosphere that saw Queensland (20) take the win over New South Wales (16).  A highlight was fruiterer Tony Trim scoring a try after forking out $14,600 for a place on the NSW team in an on-air Triple M auction as part of the fundraising effort.

Over half a million people tuned into the live broadcast on Foxtel (making it the number one show for the week) for an epic event that saw a helicopter land on the field to deliver Mark Geyer's Like

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