What NRL team won in 2007?
The Storm eventually ran out 34-8 winners in the 2007 NRL Grand Final to claim the premiership….2007 NRL season.
|2007 National Rugby League|
|Minor premiers||Melbourne Storm|
Who won the NRL premiership in 2007?
Match Summary The Melbourne Storm have erased all demons of last years heartbreaking Grand Final loss by taking out the 2007 Telstra Premiership in style, running out 34-8 victors over the Manly Warringah Sea Eagles.
Which NRL teams have won a premiership?
NRL Premiers Winners List
|2011||Manly Warringah Sea Eagles||24–10|
|2010||St. George Illawarra Dragons||32–8|
Who has the most Premiership wins in NRL?
|21||South Sydney Rabbitohs|
|15||St. George Dragons|
Which NRL team has gone the longest without a premiership?
Years since last Premiership: NOTE – NZ Warriors (23 years) and Gold Coast Titans (11 years) have never won a Premiership.
Who won 2004 NRL grand final?
Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs2004 NRL Grand Final / Champion
Who won the NRL Grand Final in 2007?
The Melbourne Storm were the minor premiers in 2007, six points clear of second-placed Manly Warringah Sea Eagles. The Storm eventually ran out 34-8 winners in the 2007 NRL Grand Final to claim the premiership.
Who won the 2012 NRL Premiers list?
NRL Premiers Winners List Season Winner Score Runners-Up 2012 Melbourne Storm 14–4 Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs 2011 Manly Warringah Sea Eagles 24–10 New Zealand Warriors 2010 St. George Illawarra Dragons 32–8 Sydney Roosters 2009 Melbourne Storm (stripped) 23–16 Parramatta Eels
How many teams were in the 2007 NRL Telstra Premiership?
Sixteen teams contested the NRL’s 2007 Telstra Premiership, and with the inclusion of a new team, the Gold Coast Titans, the competition was the largest run since the 1999 NRL season . The Melbourne Storm were the minor premiers in 2007, six points clear of second-placed Manly Warringah Sea Eagles.
What happened to the premierships awarded in 2007 and 2009?
The premierships awarded in 2007 and 2009 were stripped. ^ Keeble, Brett (5 October 2008). “Sea Eagles return to NRL’s top perch”. Newcastle Herald. Retrieved 4 November 2012.