#ReLive86 : Desperate try line defence

Just one of the classic moments that will be re-broadcast and re-called when you tune into our #ReLive86 live stream this Heritage Round!

The Eels were under the extreme pressure to hold their lead and the Bulldogs had lifted to another level with plenty of attacking raids on the Blue and Gold try line.

As the Bulldogs looked to cross over in the corner, after a short side raid after a dummy half pass from capain Steve Mortimer, the Eels scrambling defence saw seven desperate defenders stop winger Andrew Farrar centimetres from the line befrore they were left sprawling on the try line exhausted.

Classic Moment One: Cronin's First Goal

Classic Moment Two: Cronin's Second Goal

It's all part of the exclusive Re-Live broadcast of the 1986 Grand Final - as we add fresh new insights from Triple M's Dan Ginnane and Eels Legend Peter Sterling.

The combination of new insights with Ray Warren's iconic commentary and the original footage from the game is a unique experience of the Eels' fourth Grand Final victory, over our neighbours and rivals, the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs. 

It's all part of the lead up to our official Heritage Round Game against the Bulldogs in Round 19, and there's only one place and one time you can watch the Re-Live broadcast. Tune into the live stream on parraeels.com.au on Wednesday July 15 - kick off at 7.30pm!

Don't forget to get to the Game: 

The Eels will run out against the Bulldogs for their Round 19 game on Friday, July 17, as we celebrate NRL Heritage Round.

Arrive early to see what you would look like standing in the 1986 team photo at our #ReLive86 photo booth, and remember the 1,947th Member through the gates will win a TV, thanks to Changhong!

Click through for all the game day info, and get your tickets today for another classic chapter in the Eels-Dogs rivalry!