Sydney Roosters beat Canberra Raiders to win NRL Grand Final

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Two tries helped Sydney Roosters overcome at Canberra Raiders and win the National Rugby League Grand Final.
The lead was taken by the Roosters with a try from a scrum, after his kick, that had been charged down, struck their physio given to them, who was on the pitch.
The try came after the referee changed his thoughts.
The Roosters broke and James Tedesco believed to complete a 14-8 victory.
It is the very first time in 26 years a group has won successive NRL Grand Finals and Sydney were pushed all the way be a Canberra side.
But the game began with the first choice. Raiders prop Sia Soliola billed down Luke Kearys kick and the ball.
Canberra ended up in possession but the referee awarded a scrum and nourish into the Roosters, statingits unfortunate but the team using a territorial advantage gets the feed. Sam Verrills felt the opening try in the scrum.
The Raiders fought back from 8-0 down to trail by two at the break, using Jack Wighton slicing through for a try.
Following the period, the Cooper Cronk was delivered into the sin bin for a professional foul on Josh Papalii. Raiders increased the penalty but it had been the only points they could muster in the 10 minutes.
But with the Raiders commanding possession they seemed the most likely win and to go on.
However, the referees change of mind allowed they took advantage, scampering upfield to grab victory and Sydney a break.
Before, Brisbane Broncos dominated the womens final to beat St George Illawarra 30-6 to become the first team to win womens titles.
Raecene McGregor lavinia Gould, Julia Robinson, Chelsea Lenarduzzi and Amber Pilley scored tries.
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