2002 Super League Grand Final

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2002 (2002) Super League Grand Final  ()
1 2 Total
ST H Saintscolours.svg 12 7 19
BRA Bullscolours.svg 8 10 18
Date 19 October 2002
Stadium Old Trafford
Location Manchester, United Kingdom
Harry Sunderland Trophy Paul Deacon, Bradford
Referees Russell Smith
Attendance 61,138
Broadcast partners
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Super League Grand Final
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The 2002 Super League Grand Final was the conclusive and championship-deciding game of Super League VI. Held on Saturday 19 October 2002 at Old Trafford, Manchester, the game was played between St. Helens and Bradford Bulls. Refereed by Russell Smith, the match was seen by a crowd of 61,138 and was won by St Helens 19 - 18.

Bradford Team[edit]

Michael Withers, Tevita Vaikona, Scott Naylor, Brandon Costin, Lesley Vainikolo, Robbie Paul, Paul Deacon, Joe Vagana, James Lowes, Stuart Fielden, Daniel Gartner, Jamie Peacock, Mike Forshaw.

Subs: Leon Pryce, Lee Gilmour, Paul Anderson, Brian McDermott

Coach: Brian Noble

Scorers[edit]

Tries: Scott Naylor, Robbie Paul, Michael Withers

Goals: Paul Deacon (3)

St Helens Team[edit]

Paul Wellens, Darren Albert, Martin Gleeson, Paul Newlove, Anthony Stewart, Paul Sculthorpe, Sean Long, Darren Britt, Keiron Cunningham, Barry Ward, Mike Bennett, Tim Jonkers, Chris Joynt.

Subs: Sean Hoppe, Mickey Higham, John Stankevitch, Peter Shiels

Coach: Ian Millward

Scorers[edit]

Tries: Mike Bennett, Sean Long, Martin Gleeson

Goals: Sean Long (3)

Drop Goals: Sean Long

Man Of The Match[edit]

Harry Sunderland Trophy winner: Paul Deacon (Bradford)

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