Saturday Sports Wrap

If you’re talking sport here in Fiji at the moment it would seem you can’t go past the boys from the Nadroga Stallions. The undisputed champs of local Rugby have come up victorious again today.

Here’s Satish Narayan to tell us more about the game

Of Course there’s a few other major sporting events taking place near by over this weekend. This weekend is arguably the biggest weekend on Australia’s sporting calendar.

Satish Narayan again talking about the National Rugby League Grand Final

In the souther half of Australia all thoiughts are turned to the events of the Australian Football League (AFL) Grand Final.

The Western Bulldogs are today taking on the Sydney Swans. While the Swans have only missed out on the finals in three seasons since 1995 the Western Bulldogs (from the western suburbs of Melbourne) have their fans on the edge of their seats.

Today’s game marks the first occasion that the Bulldogs have made a final appearance since 1954. If they win then it will be only their second flag in their almost 140 years in the game.


They did it!!! the Western Bulldogs have stolen victory. The dogs took the flag, winning the game by 22 points. The final scores were 13.11.89 to the swans 10.7.67

Jason Johannison from the dogs took the Norm Smith Medal (best on field). Congrats again boys.

We’ll give you a full wrap of the NRL final after the game.

NRL News

The NRL grand final has followed the fine form of Saturdays AFL event.

The Cronulla Sharks managed to break a 50 year drought, winning last nights grand final bash 12 points to eight.

The play of the day, it could be argued, goes to Caneron Smith for an event that took place well truely after the final siren.

Taking to the stage in the post game events Smith, who plays for Melbourne Storm, dispensed with the usual pleasentries of thanking the club, their sponosors and coaching staff. Then came this absolute gem from Cameron Smith

“On behalf of the entire Melbourne Storm footy club I’d just like to congratulate the Cronulla Sharks, their club and all the fans.

You guys have been waiting a very long time for this moment and it’s taken a lifetime and many people who supported the club for a very long time didn’t see a premiership, but everyone here has and I hope you enjoy it thoroughly.

“Well done.”

Smith showed real style and professionalism in a moment that, it could be argued, was one of the better moments in Rugby League history. Fitting for the celebration of the breaking of a 50 year grand final drought.

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