I was lucky enough to score a ticket to watch the Men’s Boweries men’s final, and although I’m not a huge fan of rugby, it was a special occasion.
The Men’s Rugby League Grand Final took place in the historic Wollongong Stadium, home to the Sydney Swans and the Sydney Roosters.
It was packed with spectators, and the atmosphere was fantastic.
The game kicked off at 2pm local time (AEDT) and was live streamed online.
If you missed it, you can catch up on the action right here.
As you can see from the pictures, the men’s team was extremely tight and worked hard throughout.
You can see how they work to take on each other on the ground, with one player standing tall and the other taking a beating.
While the men did well on the field, the women’s team played their cards close to their chest.
When they were looking to score the winning try, they turned to a little old lady, and her family, to give the ball to the man who was standing tall.
It’s no surprise that this lady, who I’ll call ‘Madeline’, was the best in the world at what she does.
She is a good example of the great women in the sport, and a truly amazing player.
I saw the game from afar, but I didn’t actually get to see the game live, but when I did, I could definitely tell that it was one of the best I’ve seen in years.
Madeline made her Men’s rugby league debut for the Wollongsong Tigers in the 2012/13 season, playing in just three games, before she was released.
The Tigers were forced to part ways with her last season, and she has since made a triumphant return to the game.
I’m still not sure what she’s doing now, but she will always be a legend in the game of rugby league.
It was a great game, and one that had the perfect balance of rugby union and rugby league elements.
There was no obvious bias towards either sport, but there was a sense of tension, and it was great to see so many players fighting and having a good time.
This was a game that showed both the value of women’s rugby union as a sport and how well the game is played in the wider community.
While it’s not always about who you play for, and while it’s never perfect, the games of men’s and women’s are always fun, and I hope that in the future we can get the chance to see more games like this in the NRL.