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The Punt #49

Tomo, David and Adrian all won last week. For Adrian, it was a step in the right direction, finally stopping the flood of losses. David improved his position and is a legitimate chance of cracking the top 2 in the coming weeks, while Tomo closed to the gap on James in first place. Matt is now in danger of dropping into negative territory… Who will he and the rest of our punters back this weekend?

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The Punt #48

Only David paid out last week, although there are still disputes over Matt’s margin bet from SOO Game 1. Alas, his money, like every other punter, is lost. This week there are some long-winded legs, which will make things very interesting. So who are our expert punters on this week?

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The Punt #47

James, Tomo and Matt all won big. James and Tomo are both rolling in cash, while Matt moves back into the black. David lost, but is still in third place, while Adrian continues to plod around the bottom of the ladder. Can he win something? Who are our punters backing this weekend?

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The Drawing Board (18/5/11)

May 18, 2011 2 comments

Welcome to another instalment of the Drawing Board, Who’s Playing Who?’s one stop rugby shop. It’s been quite a weekend of upsets in super rugby this week with the Lions, Cheetahs and Chiefs surprising most pundits. It’s been an exciting week over in Europe with the semis taking place in the Aviva Premiership and Magners League and the semi final qualifiers in the Top 14. Injuries continue to be of concern with this being a World Cup year, with all team anxious to get their stars through the season OK.
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The Drawing (wait for it) Board- 5/5/11

Welcome to the Drawing Board for this week. Well, I hope you enjoyed the last week of rugby as much as I did. Things are getting interesting in the Super Rugby world.  All the games have been meaningful and interesting to watch, but by my reckoning there are only 36 of the remaining 49 that will have an impact on the semi final spots. Realistically there are only about 8 teams in the running for the top 6 spots. Before we go any further with Super Rugby, let’s hit the news. Read more…

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