Grand Final golden moments

Last Updated: 18/09/07 2:01pm

From the moment Leeds and Wigan were greeted by deafening noise way back in 1998, the Grand Final has provided a fitting climax to the Super League season at Old Trafford.

Sky Sports has been there every step of the way and to celebrate 10 years of the showcase climax, Boots 'n' All and skysports.com wants YOU to select your special Grand Final moments.

We have compiled 20 of the most memorable incidents, be they tries, tackles, tears or terrific individual efforts and want to narrow them down to a defining Top 10.

All you have to do is watch the video and then cast your vote, via a simple email, for your favourite clip. All you have to do is click send - it couldn't be easier.

We will then count up the votes and feature the very best in our build-up to the 2008 Grand Final, live on Sky Sports.

Here are your options...

1: 1998 - THE WALK OUT
History in the making. Wigan and Leeds are greated by a crowd of over 43,000 at the Theatre of Dreams for the innaugural Super League Grahnd Final.
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2: 1998 - RICHIE BLACKMORE'S TRY
The first Grand Final try as the Rhinos put the first points on the board with a touch down from their Kiwi centre.
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3: 1998 - JASON ROBINSON'S TRY
Man of the match Robinson scores a try underneath the posts to snatch a half-time lead and ultimately, victory for the Warriors.
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4: 1999 - HENRY PAUL'S TRY
Having won the 1998 Grand Final with Wigan Paul, with only one boot, scores a long-distance try to put the Bradford Bulls ahead at half-time.
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5: 1999 - MICHAEL WITHERS KNOCK-ON
Did he, or didn't he? Video Referee Dave Campbell rules against the 'try' from Leon Pryce after deciding that Withers DID knock the ball on.
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6: 2000 - CHRIS JOYNT'S SECOND TRY
Man of the match Joynt bags the second of his two touchdowns to help St Helens win their second successive Grand Final.
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7: 2000 - TIM JONKERS' TRY
Jonkers try in the final 20 seconds of the match seals victory and gives St Helens back-to-back titles for the first time in 20 years.
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8: 2001 - MICHAEL WITHERS' HAT-TRICK
The Bulls prove they are no longer big-match 'chokers' and Withers scores an historic hat-trick of tries in just 20 minutes to give Bradford an unassailable 26-0 lead at half-time.
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9: 2002 PAUL WELLENS' INJURY
Wellens face balloons after a fractured eye socket puts him out of the game in the opening minutes. He is forced to watch on from the sidelines as never-say-die Saints pull off one of their most famous last-minute triumphs.
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10: 2002 - SEAN LONG'S DROP GOAL
A last-minute effort from Long secures Saints one-point victory and maintains their 100 per cent Super League Grand Final record at Old Trafford.
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11: 2002 - CHRIS JOYNT'S VOLUNTARY TACKLE
Shades of the 1999 decider in a game that didn't lack controversy. A possible voluntary challenge at the end of the game gives the fans another talking point.
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12: 2003 - STUART REARDON'S TRY
Reardon crowns a superb man-of-the-match performance with a try and the Bulls create history by becoming the first club to complete a league and cup double via the Grand Final system.
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13: 2003 - JAMES LOWES' TRY
Jimmy Lowes ends his illustrious Bradford career by scoring the Bulls' third and final try to seal a second Grand Final win over Wigan in three seasons.
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14: 2003 - TERRY NEWTON'S TEARS
Newton is in floods of tears after losing in his fourth Grand Final appearance, despite helping Wigan create history from third place.
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15: 2004 - DANNY McGUIRE'S TRY
McGuire's match-winning score gives the Rhinos their first championship triumph for 32 long years.
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16: 2005 - LEON PRYCE'S TRY
Man of the match Pryce scores his last try for Bradford as the Bulls become the first side to win the Grand Final from third place in the league table.
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17: 2006 - STEVE PRESCOTT TRIBUTE
A poignant occasion for both sets of fans as Hull run out for their warm-up wearing Steve Prescott's name on their tracksuits. An outstanding full-back for both Hull and St Helens he had recently announced he was battling a rare form of stomach cancer.
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18: 2006 - SID DOMIC'S TRY
Hull FC's Grand Final debut begins impressively as Domic levels the scores with a smart finish from wide out.
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19: 2006 - SHAUN BRISCOE'S TRY-SAVING TACKLE
Briscoe's inspirational, last-ditch tackle just before the break keeps Hull in the contest.
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20: 2006 - LEON PRYCE'S TRY
Pryce crosses the whitewash for the second successive Grand Final, helping seal victory for St Helens. The win earns Saints the treble and maintains their 100 per cent Grand Final record at Old Trafford.
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