Haha, out early again - though the Storm didn't actually lose so at least I wasn't too far off picking a winner.
NUFAN, Luffy, Chaminda and I can't pick North Queensland this week.
Simon and Clapo can't pick Souths.
Burgey and Vimes can't pick Titans.
Ausauge and Blewy can't pick Melbourne.
Bulldogs for me. Two wins in a row for the Tigers is far too consistent so there's no chance of three.
Stedders' Supported XI
Tamim Iqbal, DA Warner, UT Khawaja, CA Lynn, Shakib Al Hasan, AB De Villiers, +BB McCullum, AC Agar, Mashrafe Mortaza, JM Bird, JP Behrendorff.
RIP Fardin. RIP Craigos. RIP Prince.
The man, the mountain, the Mathews. The greatest all rounder since Keith Miller. (Y)
Jaffna Jets CC (Battrick & FTP)
RIP WCC and CW Cricket
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- As featured in The Independent.
"I don't think that they'll come close to us to be honest."
- Steve Smith before the Ashes
Next week is going to be bloody tough for the people who get through this week.
There are only 4 games!
Thank God for the back-to-back rule.
I think Parra winning last night shows why we dont need the rule saying you can only back a team to lose once. Upsets are always going to happen in the NRL and can help trim the field massively in this comp when they happen.
Three more comrades sadly come to the end of their journeys.
Simon: Sea Eagles, Broncos , Panthers, Bulldogs
luffy: Dragons, Bulldogs, Broncos, Bulldogs
James90: Storm, Titans, Broncos, Bulldogs
Ausage: Dragons, Titans, Cowboys, Bulldogs
Vimes: Storm, Warriors, Rabbitohs, Titans
chaminda: Knights, Bulldogs, Broncos, Panthers
Blewy: Dragons, Warriors, Cowboys, Titans
North Queensland Cowboys v St George Illawarra Dragons
Newcastle Knights v Gold Coast Titans
Brisbane Broncos v Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles
Sydney Roosters v Melbourne Storm
Some interesting choices for one or two tipsters to make...
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Originally Posted by Henk Westbroek
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