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O.P. « 2008-Oct-23, 08:37 AM »
Thought I would start a new thread on this.

http://www.news.com.au/couriermail/sport/nrl/

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« 2008-Oct-23, 05:56 PM Reply #1 »
Try this for a interest

6144 * Rugby League:WC Eng-PNG Margin 80M England 13+ $1.23
6249 * Rugby League:WC Scot-Fran Margin 80M France 13+ $1.65
6140 * Rugby League:WC Tonga-Irelnd Hd2Hd 27/10 Tonga $1.08
          $10 = $21.9

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« 2008-Oct-24, 03:16 PM Reply #2 »
Interesting blog

http://kurtgidley.bigblog.com.au/index.do


anyone know of any others. I beleive there are quite a lot of interesting ones around


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« 2008-Oct-28, 04:51 PM Reply #4 »

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« 2008-Nov-01, 10:54 PM Reply #5 »
Anyone watch the PNG V NZ on Foxtel 3. Gotta feel for the underdog final score 48-6, stll great experience for PNG.
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« 2008-Nov-02, 05:49 AM Reply #6 »
No I didn't see that one, but watched the Fiji side belt the French 8-)

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« 2008-Nov-05, 03:50 PM Reply #7 »
Couple of games tonight.

 6450 * Rugby League:WCP Ire-Sam Line Samoa -16.5 $1.70
 6494 * Rugby League:WCP Scot-Fiji Line Fiji -18.5 $1.85
         

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« 2008-Nov-15, 11:43 AM Reply #8 »
STILL seething over England's haka snub, New Zealand yesterday took aim at the Lions for not promoting tonight's game in what shapes as a fiery World Cup semi-final at Brisbane's Suncorp Stadium.

England coach Tony Smith raised eyebrows again yesterday when he made his team off limits to media.

New Zealand took it as another snub after England's controversial reaction to the haka before their pool match at Newcastle last weekend.

"It's the semi-final of a World Cup. We all have a duty to do the best for our game," Kiwi coach Stephen Kearney said.

Hardly the biggest fan of media commitments, New Zealand captain Nathan Cayless still appeared at a press conference yesterday and said England should have done the same.

"I think we do have a responsibility as players to promote the game," Cayless said.

"We do our interviews and all that sort of stuff, the boys are pretty happy to do it.

"But England have their own routines, and that's the way they do it."

Cayless was still angry about England's treatment of the haka last weekend when the Lions formed a huddle, effectively turning their backs.

The Kiwis reacted by coming from behind to win 36-24.

England enforcer Adrian Morley has ruled out a repeat of the huddle.

"We didn't go out to create a storm, we've got respect for the haka," Morley said.

"We felt we needed to get into a huddle and reconfirm a few of our points rather than stand there wasting time ... but it was by no means disrespectful."

Cayless all but dared England to do it again.

Asked how the Kiwis would react, Cayless said: "We will have to wait and see what happens."

But Cayless said a snub would fire up New Zealand.

"It probably will ... we just ask for a bit of respect," he said.

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« 2008-Nov-17, 07:08 PM Reply #9 »
Triples, did you watch last nights game? I missed it on TV but listened to the ABC.Apparently your favorite player ,Thurston, had a good game.lol

Do the Kiwis have any chance in the final?

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« 2008-Nov-17, 07:26 PM Reply #10 »
Do the Kiwis have any chance in the final?

Have you been into the Sherry again Grats ...  :D

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« 2008-Nov-17, 07:31 PM Reply #11 »
Thurston had a huge game.

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« 2008-Nov-22, 02:35 PM Reply #12 »
Just for a interest

14:33:32 6143 * Rugby League:WC Fnl Aust-NZ HT/FT 80M Australia/Australia $5 @ $1.25 = $6.25

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« 2008-Nov-22, 08:32 PM Reply #13 »
I love watching Billy Slater play but how stupid was that pass.  NZ 22 - OZ 16 conversion to come - missed.

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« 2008-Nov-23, 11:56 AM Reply #14 »
As a kiwi may i say WOOOOOOOO HOOOOOOO. Just hope we dont have to wait forever to get another win. :beer:

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« 2008-Nov-23, 01:38 PM Reply #15 »
Yes Ommi a good game to watch and a welll deserved win to NZ.

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« 2008-Nov-24, 10:37 AM Reply #16 »
How would Sonny Bill be feeling at the moment :o

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« 2008-Nov-27, 11:00 AM Reply #17 »
Who's he again..  :D

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« 2008-Nov-27, 11:03 AM Reply #18 »
He must have some fans my 17yro took a pic of Williams to the hairdresser yesterday and said I want a cut like this.  Looks Ok.

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« 2008-Nov-27, 01:39 PM Reply #19 »
Don't know much about the guy, but I don't blame him for leaving the Bulldogs ....

Think they really need a shake up with their Club's Culture, need somebody like Bennett in charge who won't tolerate any bullshit

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« 2008-Nov-27, 01:42 PM Reply #20 »
Bennet didn't seem to keep control at the Broncos.


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