1986 National Panasonic Cup

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For background information about this competition, please refer to the Amco Cup main page.

Format[edit]

Port Moresby and Western Australian joined the competition while Auckland left, meaning 17 teams participated in a straight knock-out. There was a random draw for all rounds other than the Preliminary Round.

Preliminary round[edit]

Date Winner Score Loser Score Venue
13/04/86 Port Moresby 52 Western Australia 14 Goroka [1]

Round 1[edit]

Date Winner Score Loser Score Venue
5/03/86 Balmain 22 Cronulla 14 Leichhardt Oval
12/03/86 Parramatta 17 Illawarra 4 Campbelltown
19/03/86 Canterbury 6 South Sydney 5 Lismore
26/03/86 Canberra 17 North Sydney 6 Leichhardt Oval
2/04/86 Wests 23 Penrith 12 Leichhardt Oval
16/04/86 Manly 18 Brisbane 10 Lang Park
16/04/86 Easts 60 Port Moresby 16 Lang Park
23/04/86 St George 36 NSW Country 4 Bathurst

Quarter finals[edit]

Date Winner Score Loser Score Venue
9/04/86 Parramatta 16 Canterbury 10 Leichhardt Oval
30/04/86 Manly 18 St George 2 Newcastle
7/05/86 Balmain 20 Canberra 12 Leichhardt Oval
14/05/86 Easts 16 Wests 8 Leichhardt Oval

Semi finals[edit]

Date Winner Score Loser Score Venue
21/05/86 Parramatta 23 Manly 4 Leichhardt Oval
28/05/86 Balmain 25 Easts 10 Leichhardt Oval

Final[edit]

Date Winner Score Loser Score Venue
4 June 1986 Parramatta Eels 32 Balmain Tigers 16 Leichhardt Oval

Player of the Series[edit]

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