Regarded by many as the pinnacle of Australian football, the State of Origin competition provided our game with some of our greatest moments as fan bore witness to incredible feats of skill and courage. Now step back in time to witness many of the greatest State of Origin clashes from the 1980s and 1990s -- matches that for many commentators are amongst the best that have ever been played. Relive the emergence of Gary Ablett kicking eight goals in a nail-biting loss to Western Australia in 1984, and Gary Buckenara's snap and Wayne Blackwell's heroic smother securing a win for the Sandgropers in the final moments against the Big V just two years later. Behold the Victorian attacking prowess of Jason Dunstall, Tony Lockett and Dermott Brereton demolishing the South Australians in 1989 in front of over 90,000 fans at the MCG, then a year later the famous Tasmanian victory over a Victorian side bereft of star power, and just days later an under-pressure Big V sticking it right up Western Australia at the Subiaco. Behold a period of South Australian dominance in the mid-90s inspired by the likes of Wayne Carey, Darren Jarman and Tony Modra. And finally, return the MCG for one of Australia's most poignant sporting moments as Victoria, inspired by Ted Whitten's lap of honour before the first bounce, defeat their South Australian rivals with skipper Gary Ablett declaring; "We did it for Teddy".So sit back, relax and take a stroll down memory lane as we relive ten of the greatest games of Australian Rules Football ever played.
|Aspect Ratio||16:9 & 4:3|
|Audio||Dolby Digital Stereo 2.0 /|
|Runtime||Approx 20 Hours|