2004 NRL season results

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This is a list of results for matches of the 2004 National Rugby League season.

Regular season[edit]

Finals series[edit]

Week One[edit]

First Qualifying Final[edit]

Team 1st Half 2nd Half Total
(4) Penrith Panthers 24 7 31
(5) St. George Illawarra Dragons 12 18 30
Date Friday, 19 September 2004 7:30 pm AEST
Tries (Penrith Panthers) 2: T. Waterhouse, P. Campbell
1: L. Priddis
Tries (St. George Illawarra Dragons) 1: N. Blacklock, B. Hornby, S. Timmins, L. Thompson, D. Young
Goals (Penrith Panthers) 5/5: R Girdler
Goals (St. George Illawarra Dragons) 5/5: M. Head
Field Goals (Penrith Panthers) 1: C. Gower
Field Goals (St. George Illawarra Dragons) None
Injuries None
Reports None
Venue CUA Stadium, Penrith, NSW
Attendance 21,963
Referee Sean Hampstead

Second Qualifying Final[edit]

Team 1st Half 2nd Half Total
(3) Brisbane Broncos 8 6 14
(6) Melbourne Storm 0 31 31
Date Saturday, 19 September 2004 6:30 pm AEST
Tries (Brisbane Broncos) 1: T. Carroll, B. Tate
Tries (Melbourne Storm) 1: S. Hill, S. Bell, M. King, B. Slater, M. Orford, M. Geyer
Goals (Brisbane Broncos) 3/3: Michael De Vere
Goals (Melbourne Storm) 3/6: Matt Orford
Field Goals (Brisbane Broncos) None
Field Goals (Melbourne Storm) 1: Matt Orford
Injuries None
Reports None
Venue Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane, QLD
Attendance 31,100
Referee Stephen Clark

Third Qualifying Final[edit]

Team 1st Half 2nd Half Total
(2) Canterbury Bulldogs 6 16 22
(7) North Queensland Cowboys 18 12 30
Date Friday, 19 September 2004 7:30 pm AEST
Tries (Canterbury Bulldogs) 1: S. Williams, M. Utai, B.Harris, W. Tonga
Tries (North Queensland Cowboys) 3: Matt Sing
1: L.O'Donnell, M.Bowen
Goals (Canterbury Bulldogs) 3/4: H. El Masri
Goals (North Queensland Cowboys) 5/7: J. Hannay
Field Goals (Canterbury Bulldogs) None
Field Goals (North Queensland Cowboys) None
Injuries None
Reports None
Venue Telstra Stadium, Sydney, NSW
Attendance 18,371
Referee Tim mander

Fourth Qualifying Final[edit]

Team 1st Half 2nd Half Total
(1) Sydney Roosters 14 24 38
(8) Canberra Raiders 0 12 12
Date Friday, 19 September 2004 7:30 pm AEST
Tries (Sydney Roosters) 2: A. Minichiello
1: C. Fitzgibbon, J. Hodges, C. Walker, B. Fittler, C. Flannery
Tries (Canberra Raiders) 1: N. Smith, Chalk
Goals (Sydney Roosters) 5/7: C. Fitzgibbon
Goals (Canberra Raiders) 2/2: Schifcofske
Field Goals (Sydney Roosters) None
Field Goals (Canberra Raiders) None
Injuries None
Reports None
Venue Aussie Stadium, Sydney, NSW
Attendance 18,325
Referee Paul Simpkins

Week Two[edit]

First Semi Final[edit]

Team 1st Half 2nd Half Total
(7) North Queensland Cowboys 8 2 10
(3) Brisbane Broncos 0 0 0
Date Saturday, 19 September 2004 7 pm AEST
Tries (North Queensland Cowboys) 1: David Myles
Tries (Brisbane Broncos) None
Goals (North Queensland Cowboys) 3/3: Josh Hannay
Goals (Brisbane Broncos) None
Field Goals (North Queensland Cowboys) None
Field Goals (Brisbane Broncos) None
Injuries None
Reports None
Venue Dairy Farmers Stadium, Townsville, QLD
Attendance 24,989
Referee Tim Mander

Second Semi Final[edit]

Team 1st Half 2nd Half Total
(2) Canterbury Bulldogs 18 25 43
(6) Melbourne Storm 6 12 18
Date Sunday, 20 September 2004 4 pm AEST
Tries (Canterbury Bulldogs) 2: Johnathon Thurston
1: Willie Tonga, Andrew Ryan, Luke Patten, Adam Perry, Hazem El Masri
Tries (Melbourne Storm) 2: Steven Bell
1: Billy Slater
Goals (Canterbury Bulldogs) 7/8: Hazem El Masri
Goals (Melbourne Storm) 3/3 Cameron Smith
Field Goals (Canterbury Bulldogs) 1: Brent Sherwin
Field Goals (Melbourne Storm) None
Injuries None
Reports None
Venue SFS, Sydney, NSW
Attendance 23,750
Referee Paul Simpkins

Week Three[edit]

First Preliminary Final[edit]

Team 1st Half 2nd Half Total
(2) Canterbury Bulldogs 4 26 30
(4) Penrith Panthers 8 6 14
Date Saturday, 25 September 2004 7 pm AEST
Tries (Canterbury Bulldogs) 3: Hazem El Masri
1: Braith Anasta, Reni Maitua
Tries (Penrith Panthers) 1: Rhys Wesser, Preston Campbell
Goals (Canterbury Bulldogs) 5/8: Hazem El Masri
Goals (Penrith Panthers) 3/3 Ryan Girdler
Field Goals (Canterbury Bulldogs) None
Field Goals (Penrith Panthers) None
Injuries Steve Price (Bulldogs), knee
Reports None
Venue SFS, Sydney, NSW
Attendance 37,868
Referee Tim Mander

Second Preliminary Final[edit]

Team 1st Half 2nd Half Total
(1) Sydney Roosters 10 9 19
(7) North Queensland Cowboys 6 10 16
Date Saturday, 26 September 2004 4 pm AEST
Tries (Sydney Roosters) 1: Ryan Cross, Brad Fittler
Tries (North Queensland Cowboys) 2: Ty Williams
1: Paul Bowman
Goals (Sydney Roosters) 5/5: Craig Fitzgibbon
Goals (North Queensland Cowboys) 2/3: Josh Hannay
Field Goals (Sydney Roosters) 1/1: Brett Finch
Field Goals (North Queensland Cowboys) None
Injuries None
Reports Luke Ricketson (Syd), Careless Punch, 2 Matches
Venue Telstra Stadium, Sydney, NSW
Attendance 43,048
Referee Paul Simpkins

Grand Final[edit]

Team 1st Half 2nd Half Total
(1) Sydney Roosters 13 0 13
(2) Canterbury Bulldogs 6 10 16
Date Sunday, 3 October 2004 7 pm AEST
Tries (Sydney Roosters) 1: Anthony Minichiello, Chris Walker
Tries (Canterbury Bulldogs) 2: Matthew Utai,
1: Hazem El Masri
Goals (Sydney Roosters) 2/2: Craig Fitzgibbon
Goals (Canterbury Bulldogs) 2/4: Hazem El Masri
Penalty Goals (Sydney Roosters) None
Penalty Goals (Canterbury Bulldogs) 1/1: Hazem El Masri
Field Goals (Sydney Roosters) 1/1: Brett Finch
Field Goals (Canterbury Bulldogs) None
Injuries None
Reports None
Churchill Medal Willie Mason (Canterbury Bulldogs)
Venue Telstra Stadium, Sydney, New South Wales
Attendance 82,127
Referee Tim Mander

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