What to know about the emotional roller-coaster of the new NRL season

Posted September 14, 2018 14:57:59The emotional roller coaster of the 2018 NRL season has been one of the most thrilling, unpredictable and heart-pounding sporting events in recent memory.

While the inaugural NRL grand final has seen the NRL rise from a fringe competition to a global success story, the roller-skating finals series between the A-League and AFL is a different story.

The inaugural series between both competitions kicked off in February 2018 and was played in Melbourne.

The NRL grand finals have taken place on three nights at a time from February 28 to March 8, with the finals series also played at the same time.

Melbourne hosted the first grand final, which was played on March 1, while Sydney hosted the second grand final on March 3.

In the grand finals, the Aussies won their two matches with an impressive 6-2 win over the NRL’s premiers.

The A-league finals are played on the Sunday before the Grand Final on the weekend before the grand final in Melbourne, and will be played in Brisbane on March 18.

The premiers will be the defending champions, while the Aussie teams will be looking to secure a place in the finals.

The grand final will be an emotional one, with both teams taking a collective knee to the ground in the grandstand at the MCG.

But while it’s a special occasion, it’s also an opportunity for the NRL to make an impression.

The AFL Grand Final kicks off on the Monday before the NRL Grand Final and will also be played on Saturday.

The first grand finals will be a test for the AFL’s new players and coaches.

The competition will be hosted by the AFL Grand Finals at the ANZ Stadium in Sydney, and is being played in front of a sell-out crowd of nearly 100,000.

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