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Sir Pigman

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2021 draw due out later this week.

We had a reasonable draw this year but that didn’t help.
 

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Have we ever copped a single game against the storm in a season, as compared to always getting two, since the rivalry began ?
 

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NRL 2021 Round 1 draw revealed: Blockbuster, derby to launch season
A blockbuster, a derby, a bogey match-up - we exclusively reveal every round 1 fixture of the 2021 NRL season. DRAW HERE.

Phil Rothfield and Sports Editor-at-Large
November 25, 2020 - 5:30AM
News Corp Australia Sports Newsroom


The NRL will launch next season with a face-off between supercoaches Wayne Bennett and Craig Bellamy in a South Sydney Rabbitohs v Melbourne Storm blockbuster.
The match will be played on Thursday, March 11, in a return home to AAMI Park after 10 months away from the Storm’s Melbourne fans.


The Daily Telegraph can reveal the opening round of the competition also features Kevvie Walters debuting as Broncos coach against the Parramatta Eels on a Friday night. The Eels obliterated the Broncos 58-0 the 2019 finals at Bankwest Stadium and knocked them off twice last season, 34-6 and 26-12.

But it’s the Bennett v Bellamy showdown that will highlight the opening night. Bellamy was the man the Broncos tried to hire in 2018 which led to Bennett’s stormy departure at the end of that season once it was known he was not wanted.

Storm haven’t played at home since round four last season. It’s likely to be a new dawn for the Storm, who are expected to start the 2021 season without Cameron Smith in their playing squad for the first time since 2001.

Rabbitohs’ superstar fullback Latrell Mitchell will be back from injury, facing off against Melbourne’s Clive Churchill Medallist Ryan Papenhuyzen.

The Warriors have been given a first-round Auckland home game on Saturday against the Titans — the venue dependent on borders being opened.
The Saturday games are still subject to late change with Fox Sports in discussions with the NRL over the schedule.

The Pay TV network will cover the traditional Dragons v Sharks local derby at Kogarah Oval in round one, in the Sunday 6.30pm timeslot.

The NRL is launching on the first two nights out of Melbourne, Newcastle and Brisbane.
However on Saturday the Roosters will host Manly and the Panthers will host the Cowboys.
The SCG is subject to availability and a possible clash with a Sydney Swans home game.
The NRL hopes to release the full season schedule on Thursday. Anzac Day games will see the Sea Eagles play the Bulldogs, the Roosters up against the Dragons and Storm hosting the Warriors.

NRL 2021 Round 1 draw
Thursday 7.40pm
- Storm v Rabbitohs, AAMI Park
Friday 6pm
- Knights v Bulldogs, McDonald Jones Stadium
Friday 7.30pm
- Broncos v Eels, Suncorp Stadium
Saturday 3pm
- Warriors v Titans, Mt Smart Stadium
Saturday 5.30pm
- Roosters v Manly, SCG
Saturday 7.30pm
- Panthers v Cowboys, Penrith Stadium
Sunday 4pm
- Raiders v Tigers, GIO Stadium, Canberra
Sunday 6.30pm
- Sharks v Dragons, Kogarah
* Draw subject to change

Edit: thanks @ALinda and @wombatgc for saying thanks.

The rest of you can EAD!
 
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Man roosters at the SCG round 1 wow
not an easy draw to start off with wow.
 

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NRL 2021 Round 1 draw revealed: Blockbuster, derby to launch season
A blockbuster, a derby, a bogey match-up - we exclusively reveal every round 1 fixture of the 2021 NRL season. DRAW HERE.

Phil Rothfield and Sports Editor-at-Large
November 25, 2020 - 5:30AM
News Corp Australia Sports Newsroom


The NRL will launch next season with a face-off between supercoaches Wayne Bennett and Craig Bellamy in a South Sydney Rabbitohs v Melbourne Storm blockbuster.
The match will be played on Thursday, March 11, in a return home to AAMI Park after 10 months away from the Storm’s Melbourne fans.


The Daily Telegraph can reveal the opening round of the competition also features Kevvie Walters debuting as Broncos coach against the Parramatta Eels on a Friday night. The Eels obliterated the Broncos 58-0 the 2019 finals at Bankwest Stadium and knocked them off twice last season, 34-6 and 26-12.

But it’s the Bennett v Bellamy showdown that will highlight the opening night. Bellamy was the man the Broncos tried to hire in 2018 which led to Bennett’s stormy departure at the end of that season once it was known he was not wanted.

Storm haven’t played at home since round four last season. It’s likely to be a new dawn for the Storm, who are expected to start the 2021 season without Cameron Smith in their playing squad for the first time since 2001.

Rabbitohs’ superstar fullback Latrell Mitchell will be back from injury, facing off against Melbourne’s Clive Churchill Medallist Ryan Papenhuyzen.

The Warriors have been given a first-round Auckland home game on Saturday against the Titans — the venue dependent on borders being opened.
The Saturday games are still subject to late change with Fox Sports in discussions with the NRL over the schedule.

The Pay TV network will cover the traditional Dragons v Sharks local derby at Kogarah Oval in round one, in the Sunday 6.30pm timeslot.

The NRL is launching on the first two nights out of Melbourne, Newcastle and Brisbane.
However on Saturday the Roosters will host Manly and the Panthers will host the Cowboys.
The SCG is subject to availability and a possible clash with a Sydney Swans home game.
The NRL hopes to release the full season schedule on Thursday. Anzac Day games will see the Sea Eagles play the Bulldogs, the Roosters up against the Dragons and Storm hosting the Warriors.

NRL 2021 Round 1 draw
Thursday 7.40pm
- Storm v Rabbitohs, AAMI Park
Friday 6pm
- Knights v Bulldogs, McDonald Jones Stadium
Friday 7.30pm
- Broncos v Eels, Suncorp Stadium
Saturday 3pm
- Warriors v Titans, Mt Smart Stadium
Saturday 5.30pm
- Roosters v Manly, SCG
Saturday 7.30pm
- Panthers v Cowboys, Penrith Stadium
Sunday 4pm
- Raiders v Tigers, GIO Stadium, Canberra
Sunday 6.30pm
- Sharks v Dragons, Kogarah
* Draw subject to change

ANZAC game v Bulldogs looks like to be the 2pm Sunday game at Brookie
 

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The Manly Warringah Sea Eagles are heading to the picturesque country town of Mudgee in 2021!

The NRL today announced the 2021 Telstra Premiership will include six matches in regional NSW towns, bringing elite rugby league back to the bush after a COVID-19 impacted season.

The full NRL draw will be released tomorrow (Thursday) outlining who Manly plays in Mudgee and the match fixture details.

A beautiful country community, Mudgee is a wonderful destination known for its superb food and wine, museums, galleries, markets, to historic buidings.

Mudgee is just over a three hour drive from Sydney, central to major cities, on the eastern seaboard and major NSW regional centres.

Sea Eagles CEO Stephen Humphreys said the Club was looking forward to visiting Mudgee.

“It is exciting that we can play a home match in our 75th year in a beautiful town like Mudgee as part of the NRL’s plan to take premier rugby league back to the bush,’’ Humphreys said.

“I encourage as many Sea Eagles supporters to make the trip to Mudgee to not only get behind our team, but to also support this great regional town by enjoying some of their fine tourist attractions.”

The last time the Sea Eagles played a home match in regional NSW was at Lavington Sports Ground in Albury in April 2015 where a young Tom Trbojevic scored two tries in his NRL debut.

Mudgee is also the home town of the great Ken Sutcliffe, the long-time former sports presenter and host of Wide World of Sports.
 
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According to another Telegraph article, we're playing the Tigers on ANZAC Day, not Canterbury
 

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Telegraph has an article about the full draw. Does anyone have access ?

NRL draw revealed: Grudge matches to ignite season
Josh Aloiai and his lawnmower, Addin Fonua-Blake v Manly, Penrith’s revenge - here are the best grudge matches of the 2021 season. DRAW HERE.
 

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Telegraph has an article about the full draw. Does anyone have access ?

NRL draw revealed: Grudge matches to ignite season
Josh Aloiai and his lawnmower, Addin Fonua-Blake v Manly, Penrith’s revenge - here are the best grudge matches of the 2021 season. DRAW HERE.

It doesn't reveal the full draw, only about 10-15 games.

Full draw is out tomorrow
 

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Telegraph has an article about the full draw. Does anyone have access ?

NRL draw revealed: Grudge matches to ignite season
Josh Aloiai and his lawnmower, Addin Fonua-Blake v Manly, Penrith’s revenge - here are the best grudge matches of the 2021 season. DRAW HERE.

Does mention we play the Warriors twice (only four rounds apart) along with coming up again Barrett’s dogs twice.
 

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