===================================== BRONCOS DERAIL DRAGONS DREAM24 def. 10
Here is the Video Review of both Elimination Finals - text review below. The Broncos have sent the 2009 Minor Premiers packing with a resounding 24-10 win at Suncorp Stadium on Saturday Night. The Dragons withstood an early Broncos barrage in attack and defence but Karmichael Hunt and Dave Taylor combined twice in the 14th and 19th minutes to give the Broncos a lead they would never look like relinquishing. Hunt was a demon in the opening half for St.George-Illawarra defenders up the middle - threatening to break them on a number of occasions. The genius of Darren Lockyer kept the Dragons defence on the backfoot for most of the night and it was great to see Justin Hodges with some room to move on the right. Young wingers Jharal Yow Yeh and Antonio Winterstein were impressive - particularly in defence and up front the Broncos forwards stepped up to hammer the Dragons pack into submission. For the Dragons, another season of disappointment is in the books. Their big name players were barely seen until the final 10 to 15 minutes when the game had all but passed them by. Going out in straight sets when you're the Minor Premiers is not a good thing to have on the resume and the Dragons should hurt from this Finals campaign for a long time. The Broncos were dealt a savage blow late with halfback Peter Wallace suffering a serious ankle injury and has been ruled out for the season. Dean Young looked to have broken his left arm or wrist late in the game but he has all off-season to heal up. The NRL Finals Tweet was on hand to catch all the action that was worthy of a tweet and it has been compiled below in chronological order. For future reference - the front page of this website will automatically feed the Twitter Updates onto the right side of the website - so if you don't have Twitter you can follow the notes there. 24 def. 10 BRONCOS 24 (Karmichael Hunt 2, Jharal Yow Yeh, Lagi Setu Tries; Corey Parker 4/6 Goals) defeated DRAGONS 10 (Brett Morris 2 Tries; Jamie Soward 1/3 Goals).