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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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RWC – Third and Fourth playoff review

October 27, 2011 Leave a comment

The Australians managed to overcome the  shock of losing  stars Kurtley Beale and  Quade Cooper to injury and led their team to a 21-18 win. Berrick Barnes, who has spent most of Australia’s World Cup campaign on the bench, was the hero on the day for the Wallabies, earning the man of the match award for his outstanding display. Which kinda leads you to think, why was he not playing earlier in the semi? Read more…

The Punt #19

No winners last week, and many of our punters are backing their favourite teams to get the job done for them this time around. Where are we spending our cash this weekend? Continue on to find out! Read more…

A-League Gameweek 3/EPL Gameweek 9/RWC Finals Megatips

Time for… MEGATIPS. The A-League serves up its first ever ‘Rivalry Round’, where fierce adversaries will compete for not only the three competition points, but more importantly, bragging rights. The EPL is all about one game this weekend – the Manchester derby. Both sides are coming off wins in the Champions League, and sit 1st and 2nd on the league ladder. It’s going to be huge. Not to be outdone is the final of RWC 2011, where New Zealand will face France in a rematch of the 1987 final (also played at the same venue – weird, huh?) while the Wallabies face Wales for third place, much like they did that year as well. A big weekend of sport, so head on in and see who we’re backing! Read more…

RWC 2011 Finals Preview

October 20, 2011 Leave a comment

On Sunday night we will finally crown our RWC champion. Four years have flown by in just about no time. It is guaranteed to be a nerve-jangling culmination of 7 weeks of ferocious test match rugby, with the victor deserving the title of world champion and number one team in the world. Read more…

David Does RWC – Semi Finals

October 19, 2011 Leave a comment

The semi finals are now in the books, with both New Zealand and France facing off for the greatest prize in world rugby. But how did they each perform in the match that got them to this stage? David Shipton picks apart both semi finals in this great edition of David Does RWC. Read more…

The Punt #18

WOW! Last week, we had just the one win… but what a win it is was! Matt managed to wipe his debt and climb to second place on the ladder, thanks to some handy scores in the T20 CL tournament. With a plethora of sporting action to chose from, read on find out where we’ll be putting our cash this weekend. Read more…

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