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  1. The Rabbitohs were famously kicked out of the top competition at the end of the 1999 season after failing to meet the criteria for a revamped 14-team competition. After a huge public outcry they ...

  2. Previous Play-Off Systems 1998-2001, 2019: Top Five. The Top Five play-off system is the most simple since their introduction in 1998. The top four teams qualify, the League Leaders play at home to 4th, 2nd then play at home to 3rd with the winners of both semi finals advancing to the Grand Final.

  3. Parramatta Stadium was a sports stadium in Parramatta, New South Wales, Australia, 23 kilometres west of Sydney's central business district. The stadium was the home ground of several western Sydney-based sports teams, at the time of closure the most notable were the Parramatta Eels of the National Rugby League and the Western Sydney Wanderers of the A-League.

  4. Peter Maxwell John Sterling OAM (born 16 June 1960) nicknamed Sterlo, is an Australian former rugby league commentator, television personality and player. He was one of the all-time great halfbacks and a major contributor to Parramatta Eels' dominance of the New South Wales Rugby League premiership in the 1980s.

  5. Dylan Edwards (born 10 January 1996) is an Australian professional rugby league footballer who plays as a fullback for the Penrith Panthers in the NRL with whom he won the 2021 and 2022 NRL premierships

  6. › wiki › Matt_BowenMatt Bowen - Wikipedia

    Matthew Jeremy Bowen (born 9 March 1982) is an Australian former professional rugby league footballer who played in the 2000s and 2010s. An Australia international and Queensland State of Origin representative fullback, he played in the National Rugby League for Australian club, the North Queensland Cowboys, with whom he set the club's record for most matches, and in the Super League for ...

  7. Ottawa had been home to the original Senators, a founding NHL franchise and 11-time Stanley Cup champions. After the NHL expanded to the United States in the late 1920s, the original Senators' eventual financial losses forced the franchise to move to St. Louis in 1934 operating as the Eagles while a Senators senior amateur team took over the Senators' place in Ottawa.

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