Sport First look at the NRL's promo ads for 2021

08:51  08 march  2021
08:51  08 march  2021 Source:   wwos.nine.com.au

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The NRL last year defied the impossible in playing out a season amid the COVID-19 pandemic - and the governing body is celebrating exactly that in 2021.

The game's governing body today released a first-look at its promotional campaign for the 2021 season, with four ads bringing to life some of the NRL's most improbable feats.

You can watch the ads by clicking on the video player at the top of the page!

"Our campaign is 'Defy Impossible'," NRL chief executive Andrew Abdo said.

"Last year the game defied impossible returning to the field on May 28 and completing 180 games safely."

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Jake Averillo pulled off spectacular acrobatics to score a try from beyond the sideline, Michael Morgan nailed a field goal from outside 40 metres and Josh Papalii's ankle tap on Jamal Fogarty was breathtaking.

Abdo says it's electric moments like those that the NRL is celebrating this year.

"This year we are celebrating our players, the best athletes in the world, who defy impossible every week and the tribalism of our fans and what those moments of brilliance mean to them," Abdo said.

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"Rugby league's most entertaining moments have lived where the impossible becomes possible.

"This campaign focuses on the speed, intensity and agility of our players and what those magical moments mean to our fans.

"A big forward like Josh Papalii reached a top speed of 31.6 kilometres per hour to run down Jamal Fogarty, or Jake Averillo scoring a try with 94 per cent of his body beyond the sideline.

"We have released four 30-second campaign ads, which will air nationally, showcasing some of the many moments in 2020 where our players defied the impossible.

"We have also produced 16 different ads, one for each club, highlighting a moment where a player from that club defied the impossible. This gives every fan of every club the opportunity to celebrate one moment where their clubs made the impossible possible."

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