Clyde Rathbone, who scored a hat-trick of tries, celebrates with fans in Brisbane.
"God it was good to play in front of a packed crowd," Paul recalled.
Harrison: "Suncorp always seemed to be that bit more intense, didn't it?"
Paul: "Yeah, because they were right on top of you."
Harrison: "You know what they also were before kickoff? Three minutes before that they were on Caxton Street drinking Bundy rum."
Paul: "How good was it going past Caxton Street? Remember when we used to come through on the bus?"
Harrison: "Full of rum, singing, gold shirts."
Paul: "I was like 'I will see you here in four hours. Save me a seat!' I might have been there on the Wednesday beforehand. Oh, it was so bad. Still amateur back in those days."
Harrison: "You were. We were all pretty serious."
Paul: "When you had no skill you had to be serious, I suppose."