"The best in Canberra since legalized marijuana": Raiders fans celebrate after drug laws are relaxed and their NRL team reach the grand finale for the first time in 25 years
- Raiders win against the Rabbitohs who advance to the NRL grand finale
- Laws regarding the legalization of marijuana in the ACT are passed
- The NRL victory in combination with the new drug laws ensure a big celebration
- Fans rejoice over the new revelations that describe Canberra as & # 39; the place to be & # 39;
Canberra has a lot to celebrate this week – marijuana has been legalized and the Raiders have taken their place in the NRL Grand Final for the first time in 25 years.
Raiders fans, who came to GIO Stadium in record numbers on Friday night, rejoiced when the team won against the Rabbitohs 16-10.
The team's devotees went to Twitter to applaud the incredible victory, with a cheeky resident who claimed to be the best in Canberra since legalized marijuana & # 39; used to be.
Raiders fans rejoice as the Canberra team wins against the South Sydney Rabbitohs, 16-10
This means that the team reaches the grand final of the NRL 25 years after their & # 39; biggest win ever & # 39; in 1989
Raiders fans went to Twitter to applaud the epic victory with a claim that it is "the best in Canberra since legalized marijuana"
Laws regarding the legalization of marijuana on Australian capital territory were passed Wednesday with the drug legal in January next year.
The news made residents ecstatic and Friday's victory only added to the reason for the celebration.
Doberra described dozens of tweets as & # 39; the place to be & # 39; after the incredible victory of the Raiders in combination with the legalization of the recreational drug.
W GWS and Raiders in the [grand finale], legalized weed … Canberra best place to live in 2020! said a user.
News about the new drug laws in the ACT made the residents ecstatic and tonight's victory only contributed to the reason for the celebration
Doberra described dozens of tweets as & # 39; the place to be & # 39; after the incredible victory of the Raider in combination with the legalization of the recreational drug
Another fan celebrated the win by & # 39; vanilla weed caramel chai & # 39; in their Raiders mug.
The victory has excited countless fans who have already booked tickets and accommodation for the grand finale at ANZ Stadium on Sunday, October 6.
A Twitter user said they wanted to celebrate the possible big final victory of the Raider with & # 39; weed flavored milk & # 39; – a game about the fluorescent green groceries that were released in the week prior to the game.
Others have become hopeful that the new drug law in the ACT will produce comparable results in the rest of the states
The Raiders were welcomed to glory by a record number of 26,567 people, the largest NRL crowd ever in the country's capital.
They held the lead 10-6 in the early stages of the second half, but maintaining it was a tough task – made even more difficult by the sin-binding of Charnze Nicoll-Klokstad.
With two minutes to go, Campbell Graham rushed to South Sydney for a final push, but it wasn't enough to steal the huge win of Canberra & Raiders.
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