Despite falling short to the Panthers in the preliminary final, the Storm’s 2021 season will be forever etched into the record books
In 2021, the Sea Eagles were on the back foot early, falling to a 0-4 start before their fortunes changed, making it to a preliminary final.
The Sydney Roosters didn’t quite challenge for another premiership in 2021, but their ability to perform during adversity has them well placed.
Parramatta entered 2021 with a huge chip on their shoulder as they looked to avenge their poor finals run from 2020.
The Knights backed up their 2020 finals appearance with another in 2021, but how far off competing for a premiership are they?
Although the Titans managed to make their first finals appearance since 2010, they still have work to do to compete with the top six teams
Penrith Panthers co-captain Nathan Cleary guided his team to the premiership in the 2021 NRL Grand Final, winning the Clive Churchill Medal.
30 years on from the Penrith Panthers’ first premiership, they’ve claimed their third defeating the South Sydney Rabbitohs 14-12.
In what may be the most unusual lead up to an NRL Grand Final ever, with COVID-19 diminishing the crowd and threatening to postpone the event, we have finally arrived at this seasons crowning day.
Penrith Panthers coach Ivan Cleary spoke to the media on Saturday morning about how his side has learnt from their previous loss to the Rabbitohs.
The Inner Sanctum team has looked into the crystal ball to find you a winner, Clive Churchill medallist, first try scorer and more.
Of the current South Sydney roster, three players who played a hand in the drought-breaking 2014 premiership lead the way into the 2021 NRL Grand Final.
In Sunday’s NRL Grand Final six South Sydney Rabbitohs will run out onto the field for the club they played junior level football for.
As the NRL Grand Final rapidly approaches, it’s time to take an in-depth look at who the favourites are to win the Clive Churchill medal.
In the wake of Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk introducing stage-two COVID-19 restrictions across areas of South East Queensland, the 2021 NRL Grand Final’s crowd will be capped at 75 per cent.
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