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The Super League Grand Final is one of the highlights in the British sporting calendar, a thrilling, incident-packed event that continues the rugby league tradition of deciding its champion team through the drama of an end-of-season play-off. The 2007 Grand Final marked the 100th anniversary of the first such contest when, in 1907, the Northern Union code, as it was then known, pioneered the sudden-death concept for its championship finale. With 200 photographs and a narrative which captures the elation and despair of the winners and losers, author Graham Morris chronicles the history of this superlative end-of-season event. Including a section covering this years' historical 100th anniversary game, played before 70,000 fans on 13 October 2007 at Old Trafford, "Grand Final" is a 'must have' book for rugby league fans everywhere!
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