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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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Socceroos squad to face Scotland

Socceroos coach Holger Osieck has named a 20 man squad for the friendly with Scotland in Edinburgh on August 15. Harry Kewell, recently voted Australia’s Greatest Ever Footballer, didn’t make the side, unlike skipper Lucas Neill, who is also without a club. Read more…

Wallabies team to play Scotland

Wallabies coach Robbie Deans has named five debutants to face Scotland in Newcastle on Tuesday night. Read more…

David does RWC – Days 4 + 5 + 6

September 17, 2011 1 comment

The 2011 Rugby World Cup is well under way in New Zealand, and we’ve sent our Chief Rugby Analyst David Shipton along to cover the entire tournament for us (well… not really. He lives there.)

RWC Days 4 + 5 + 6

We have had a fair bit to be excited about over here in NZ. The rugby action has been good for the most part, with games being well attended and played in good spirits. There have been a couple of good ones to boot and plenty of well worked tries as well. We move more into the second round, with some of the bigger teams playing over the weekend.  Firstly though, here is a look at what has happened with days 4, 5 and 6. Read more…

David does RWC – Day 3

September 12, 2011 2 comments

The 2011 Rugby World Cup is under way in New Zealand, and we’ve sent our Chief Rugby Analyst David Shipton along to cover the entire tournament for us (well… not really. He lives there.)

RWC Day 3

The Rugby World Cup (RWC) powered through its third day of matches, with many more fascinating games on offer. The thing that I am really enjoying about the RWC is the fact that the minnows are putting up a good performance at most of the games. They are generally playing really well for at least 60 minutes of the games, before eventually succumbing to more experienced and better sides.  It has been good to see them put up a fight though, and not get thrashed. It would be nice though to see a side put together an 80 minute performance.   Read more…

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