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Set of six: Get your footy fix with these flicks

Maxxed out your Netflix and Stan viewing? Can't bring yourself to watch The True Memoirs Of An International Assassin?

Don't worry - we've got some quality viewing available for you on NRLTV. And it's free! (as long as you have an NRL Account).

Here's six videos – from mini-matches, documentaries, features and full match replays - to keep you entertained through lockdown.

1977 grand final: Eels v Dragons

As The Clash sang:

No Elvis, Beatles, or The Rolling Stones;

In 1977.

But there was Lord Ted, the Crow and Robert Stone in the 1977 grand final.

Bath's Babes and the Eels, who had returned to the grand final after a loss the season before, turned on an absolute thriller.

Also the grand final that featured the greatest height disparity in opponents with Parramatta's Phil Mann topping the tape at 2.01m against St George's Mark Shulman at 1.57m.

Extended Highlights: Eels v Dragons

Rugby league dynasties: Canterbury Bulldogs

It's been a tough season for Bulldogs fans, but this will lift your spirits. A golden period for the club back when Bullfrog was pulling the strings in the background, Wok was on the sideline and Turvey in the middle.

Gus and Hanso should put this on the big screen for the current team. More entertaining viewing than watching a man in his underpants do push-ups on a hotel bar.

Rugby league dynasties: Canterbury Bulldogs

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1973 grand final: Manly v Cronulla

Always comes up in discussion when the toughest grand finals are talked about. Brilliance from Bozo and the Wombat, the new star Steve Rogers, a couple of Poms and Rick Bourke - the Reece Walsh, before Reece Walsh.

Extended Highlights: Sea Eagles v Sharks

1992 Major Preliminary semi-final: Steelers v Dragons

Little brother versus big brother in an absolute thriller. McIndoe, Wishart and Mary against Coyne, Potter and Chook. It's worth watching just to see Matthew Elliott wearing his torpedo underpants and current NRL Head of Football Graham Annesley using the ref’s whistle like a boss.

Steelers v Dragons - Major Semi Final, 1992

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Mose’s fight: The road back for Masoe

One of the most inspirational stories in the game has been watching Mose Masoe fight back from a devastating spinal injury.

Mose and his partner Carissa talk about the every day challenges he faces on the road to recovery.

Mose’s fight: The road back for Masoe

Road to victory: 2015 Cowboys

Everyone remembers the Feldt try, JT’s conversion hitting the posts and then his field goal to win the grand final. But how did the Cowboys get there in the first place?

Road to Victory: 2015 Cowboys

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This traces their 21-year trip to the ultimate prize, overcoming three years of tough luck in consecutive final series (Foran’s Hand of God, Linnett touching the chalk and a mystery knock-on) to finally get the chocolates.