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The Punt #99

No winners in #98. Just one week to go until our 100th edition of this great weekly article, and we’ve got something special planned. But for now, our team will be looking to build momentum headed into #100.

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The Punt #98

Adrian and Matt both won last week. Matt retained his spot in second, while Adrian jumped to third. Where’s the money headed this week? Let’s take a look…

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The Punt #97

No winners just yet, but Tomo backed Nadal to win the French Open, so we’ll wait on that one. Plenty happening, let’s see where the money is this week.

UPDATE: Tomo won! With his big win, he’s shot up into first spot. Updates from Punt #97 in #98 later this week.

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The Punt #81

Matt won again, but there was no joy for our other punters… Will this be the week? We certainly hope so!

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The Drawing Board – End of year tour review

December 7, 2012 Leave a comment

A stunning victory by England over world champions New Zealand and seven tries from Ireland against Argentina were two rare high points for the home nations in the November internationals against the visitors from the south. Read more…

The Punt #70

It’s a little delayed, but don’t fear The Punt is here. Nobody had a win on the Melbourne Cup unfortunately, but there are definitely some promising bets on this week. Which punt do you think is the best value?

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The Punt #65

No winners last week! Disaster for the bottom three, with Ruben heading further into negative territory and Adrian and Matt hovering dangerously close to $0. The big three are flying high, and there are some big risks inside – can we find a winner this weekend?

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Euro 2012 Preview – Group D

Quietly confident… Steven Gerrard looking smug ahead of Euro 2012. (Photo: PA)

Here we are. The fourth and final group to preview, and it’s an interesting one. Read more…

Euro 2012 Draw

December 3, 2011 Leave a comment

Go easy on us, OK? Giovanni Trapattoni, coach of Republic of Ireland, Cesare Prandelli, coach of Italy, and Vicente del Bosque, coach of Spain, in Kiev (Source: GETTY IMAGES)

The Republic of Ireland will be counting themselves as quite unlucky as the draw for European football’s show-piece event was revealed in Kiev, Ukraine. Read more…

RWC Final review

October 27, 2011 Leave a comment

Looking back at previous RWC finals, there have generally been only a few points in it and only a few tries scored, and this one was no different.  I’m sure many supporters were optimistic of a convincing attacking display from New Zealand, but that was never going to be true to history. Read more…

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