The NRL Grand Finals are on on TV in the UK and Ireland, as well as across the rest of the world.
And we’re not going to spoil any of it for you.
Here’s everything you need to know.
What’s the difference between the NRL and AFL?
The NRL is an all-star competition with an extra-curricular element.
The AFL is a single-entity competition and a competition that has been around for over 100 years.
The NRL’s rules were originally designed to keep the AFL and the NRL in sync.
But, as the NRL has grown in popularity and has developed into a massive football league, it has faced criticism from some commentators who say that its rules are too strict and that it lacks the drama that AFL games do.
The NRL grand final is the most prestigious sporting event in the world, with more than 20 million people tuning in to watch.
But that doesn’t mean it’s a spectator sport.
It is not an event where spectators compete for trophies.
Instead, it’s an event that attracts millions of fans and millions of dollars in sponsorship.
The two competitions also have different levels of intensity and competition.
The Grand Final has the biggest crowds of all the grand finals, with the final usually drawing in more than 12,000 fans.
The AFL, by contrast, is a more casual sport, with fewer fans.
The finals draw fewer than 2,000 spectators, compared with 12,500 at the NRL grand finals.
And the biggest game of the day has the least amount of spectators.
The game is also far more physical.
The biggest stage in the NRL is a retractable stage, which is where the grand finalists are screened by an artificial intelligence robot called the “Rabbitohs” to decide which player gets to represent the team.
The finals have no cameras, no cameras set up to catch replays, no artificial intelligence.
The only cameras are those set up at the venue to record the players’ movements and the score.
It’s not an entirely new ideaThe NRL and the AFL have always had a similar relationship.
The league is built around the idea that fans are the most important part of the spectacle.
They are responsible for bringing the crowds and the dollars to the arena, and the fans are paid for it.
So, in theory, why are the two competitions different?
It’s a combination of things.
The main difference between them is that the NRL will play its final games at the grandstands of Sydney’s ANZ Stadium, while the AFL will play in a much smaller venue.
In the AFL, the grand-final is played in a separate stadium, the MCG.
The Grand Final is also different to the AFL Grand Final because the AFL has a higher stakes.
It plays its final match in a stadium that has a capacity of more than 35,000 people.
The main difference is the number of people that can watch the final, rather than the total number of fans that can attend.
In the NRL, the finals are played at the MCE and are usually played in the biggest, busiest arena in the country.
The MCG has a lower capacity of less than 12 and the capacity is usually much lower than the NRL’s.
The grand final will always be played at a venue that is bigger than the AFL’s venue.
The differences in venue, the different venues, the size of the crowds, all affect how many spectators are at the finals.
There are more spectators at the AFL finals because it’s played at such a huge venue.
But there are also some things that the AFL does better than the league.
The games are much more exciting.
For example, the AFL grand finals are a massive spectacle that has the potential to draw more fans.
It is also a bigger game.
The number of spectators at a grand final has more than doubled since the AFL first played it.
The games are often a bit more physical because they are played in venues that are much bigger and closer together than the MCGs.
The two competitions play the finals on a much larger stage.
This has created some tension between the two sports, which have been at loggerheads in the past.
In 2014, the NRL announced that it would move away from the AFL format after a bitter dispute over the grand pre-game show, in which fans were excluded from the proceedings.
But a year later, the Australian Football League (AFL) announced it would keep the NRL format, which had been in place since the 1930s.
The rivalry between the AFL (and the NRL) has only grown since then, with some arguing that the two leagues should merge.
The rivalry between AFL and NRL players has become increasingly bitter over the past few years.
The big difference between AFL, NRL and Grand FinalThere are plenty of reasons for the rivalry between these sports to continue to grow.
The popularity of the AFL is due to the fact that it is the premier sports league in Australia.
It’s one of the biggest leagues in the