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List of Australian rugby league grand final records

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List of Australian rugby league grand final records

Biggest winning margin

Margin Score Premiers Runners Up Details
40 40-0 Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles Melbourne Storm 2008 NRL Grand Final
38 38-0 Eastern Suburbs St. George Dragons 1975 NSWRFL Grand Final
28 42-14 South Sydney Rabbitohs Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles 1951 NSWRFL Grand Final


Most points scored by a team

Points Score Premiers Runners Up Details
42 42-14 South Sydney Rabbitohs Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles 1951 NSWRFL Grand Final
40 40-0 Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles Melbourne Storm 2008 NRL Grand Final
38 38-0 Eastern Suburbs St. George Dragons 1975 NSWRFL Grand Final
38 38-12 Brisbane Broncos Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs 1998 NRL grand final
36 36-12 Canberra Raiders Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs 1994 NSWRL Grand Final

Highest scoring grand finals

Total Points Score Premiers Runners Up Details
56 42-14 South Sydney Rabbitohs Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles 1951 NSWRFL Grand Final
54 30-24 Newcastle Knights Parramatta Eels 2001 NRL Grand Final
50 38-12 Brisbane Broncos Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs 1998 NRL grand final
48 36-12 Canberra Raiders Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs 1994 NSWRL Grand Final
46 30-16 Wests Tigers North Queensland Cowboys 2005 NRL Grand Final

Lowest scoring grand final

Total Points Score Premiers Runners Up Details
3 3-0 Balmain Tigers South Sydney Rabbitohs 1924 NSWRFL Premiership Final
6 4-2 Parramatta Eels Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs 1986 NSWRL Grand Final
8 4-4 Newtown Jets South Sydney Rabbitohs 1910 NSWRFL Final

(Note: Newtown were declared premiers due to their Minor Premiership in 1910)
(Note: The 1986 Grand Final is the only tryless Grand Final to date, though the drawn Final of 1910 was also tryless)

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