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The Punt #87

Adrian missed out on cashing in on the siren in the Panthers v Rabbitohs game… while Matt was undone by the Socceroos and Brumbies. Let’s see if we can find a winner this week!

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The Punt #86

Wins for Tomo and Matt saw them leap into second and first place respectively, while James remains in positive territory… for now. Only Adrian and Matt were game enough this week, with the rest of the crew being slapped with a $10 penalty. There’s still some value to be had however…

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The Punt #84

Adrian and David had their first winning weekends of 2013 last time out, with the former jumping right up into second place. Let’s see if anyone can make an impact on the leaderboard this time around!

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The Punt #83

After no-one collected two weeks ago, the team decided to take the week off and re-group. We can only hope this will work wonders! Where are they investing this weekend? Head on inside to find out.

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Super Rugby Preview – Special Drawing Board Edition

February 14, 2013 Leave a comment

Hello and welcome to our 2013 Super Rugby preview. Super rugby starts early this year, and will take on a slightly different format as a consequence.  The reason for this is that the Australian teams need to accommodate the British and Irish Lions tour to Australia during the mid-year break.

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The Drawing Board – 29/6/11

June 29, 2011 1 comment

Welcome to the Drawing Board, Who’s Playing Who?’s one stop rugby shop. Playoff time is well and truly upon us now in the Super Rugby season, with the two semi final playoff matches being played over the weekend. The Junior Rugby Championship was also in action last week, with New Zealand defeating England to take out the trophy. More on that later, but firstly, here is the news. Read more…

Super 15 Top 6 Preview

As the season draws to a close, I thought it would be a good idea to have a look at the potential makeup of the top 6. As we know from the results of the weekend, the Reds cannot be overtaken on top of the Australian conference and therefore are the only team qualified.  For the other teams though, all is still up for grabs with another two rounds left. Read more…

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