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A season to be proud of

WSWFansSFS

The 2012-13 Hyundai A-League season was, without doubt, an overwhelming success. And for the Premiers, while the Championship was perhaps a Bridge too far (hah, get it? Sorry), there are still so many milestones, achievements and moments to celebrate.

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2013 A-League grand final predictions

With the A-League grand final only hours away, we thought we’d ask the WPW crew a few questions… Who are they tipping? Who will walk away with the Joe Marston Medal for man of the match? Who will score first? All of that and much more inside… Read more…

The Punt #80

Tough times for our punters, with no winners again last week… 2013 hasn’t gone to plan thus far, but the crew are remaining positive, and there are some hidden gems on offer this weekend. See where they’re investing this weekend inside.

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The Punt #79

We didn’t have any winners last week, but a number of our punters went agonisingly close… Will someone break through this weekend?

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The Punt #78

We’ve had our first winner of 2013, with Matt poking his nose in front. The rest of the field are stranded in negative territory… Can anyone pull away this week?

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Podcast – Episode 61

Fireworks

As 2012 comes to a close, join Adrian and Matt as they look back on a huge year of sport. Some shows decide to do this in early December, but here at WPW, we wait right until the last day of the year!

They discuss the idea of T20 Cricket joining the Olympics, Mike Hussey‘s retirement, and pay tribute to Tony Greig.

There’s all the usual A-League, EPL and Cricket coverage, as well as a countdown of the Top 5 biggest headlines in sport from the year.

All of that, as well as an audio highlights package from the big events of the year. This is an episode crammed full of content – don’t miss it!

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RBB goes wandering

December 18, 2012 Leave a comment

DerbySFS

The second-ever A-League Sydney derby was a wanderful (sorry) night at the football. It was full of colour, flare (again, sorry), excitement, passion, and a great performance from the visiting side. As I so eloquently put it after the game, it was much better than the previous derby “because we won”. Read more…

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