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Member since 29 Feb 2008
Member from Christchurch CBD
Head to Head-Live betting Namibia $60.00 20.00 22 Sep 2011
Points Start South Africa -60.5 $1.87 Namibia +60.5 $1.87 20.00 22 Sep 2011
Winning Team & Margin Sth Africa by 41-60 $3.00 Sth Africa by 61-80 $3.00 Sth Africa by 81 or more $3.75 more 20.00 22 Sep 2011
Alternate Points Start South Africa -35.5 $1.10 Namibia +85.5 $1.12 South Africa -40.5 $1.20 more 20.00 22 Sep 2011
1st Stoppage in Play Lineout/Throw In $2.20 Scrum $3.20 Penalty $3.60 more 20.00 22 Sep 2011
1st Scoring Play Sth Africa Try $1.65 Sth Africa Penalty Goal $3.25 Namibia Penalty Goal $5.50 more 20.00 22 Sep 2011
1st Team to Score South Africa $1.14 Namibia $5.00 20.00 22 Sep 2011
1st Place Kick at Goal Successful (Over) $1.35 Unsuccesful (Misses) $3.00 20.00 22 Sep 2011
Time of 1st Try 5:59 mins or before $1.70 6:00 min or after $2.05 20.00 22 Sep 2011
Time of Last Try 78:00 mins or after $1.87 77:59 mins or before $1.87 20.00 22 Sep 2011
Half Time Points Start Namibia +29.5 $1.87 South Africa -29.5 $1.87 20.00 22 Sep 2011
Highest Scoring Half 2nd Half $1.65 1st Half $2.15 Tie $25.00 20.00 22 Sep 2011
Total Number of Tries Over 10.5 $1.75 Under 10.5 $2.00 20.00 22 Sep 2011
Total Number of Tries-SOUTH AFRICA 0ver 9.5 $1.82 Under 9.5 $1.92 20.00 22 Sep 2011
Total Number of Tries-NAMIBIA Under 1.5 $1.30 Over 1.5 $3.30 20.00 22 Sep 2011
Total Combined Points Under 75.5 $1.87 Over 75.5 $1.87
Member since 06 Mar 2011
Member from Whangarei
Member since 24 Jun 2006
Member from Otaki
I think they may be TAB odds,,,,,,NO contest to-night, poor Nambibia
Post deleted at 01 Oct 2011 11:10am by glen021
Member since 18 May 2009
Will somebody tell me where NZ dug up the 15 blubber candidates and had the nerve to call them The Black Ferns to play against England at Twickenham today. They couldn't tackle, kick a rugby ball, pass and hold on to a ball or run two paces and wouldn't have scored a point if they were there until Xmas 5011. OK, we know it was a friendly game, but as World Champions and No.1 in the world, this was total embarrassment and even the GUPS ladies would have fielded a much better team than this motley crew.And it's not that England were good, in fact, poor in the extreme, but they could run, kick, pass and hold on to a ball. My advice to anybody who is thinking of watching a replay of this debacle, is to get to the pub about two hours before it comes on TV and be completely blotto when it comes on air. That way, you may be able to give them one plus point through the beer haze. Even as a neutral, I am still embarrassed and would be looking for asylum in some other country, were I part of this so called team.
Crikey Mate , I never even knew it was on , nothing in the news here
Member since 18 May 2011
Member from Welcome Bay
WOW it must be terrible to go through all the pain of a such an awful game because you are too old to remember where the off button is on the remote
x Mac's mum had name change
and now the POMS just thrashed the Silver Ferns in Net Ball
Member since 21 Feb 2007
Member from Picton Sounds
Don't remind me
Member since 09 Jun 2009
Suppose the All-Blacks are about to insult the intelligent people of new Zealand again with their Haka dancing which would embarrass the gorillas who do a similar dance.
Member since 31 Jul 2006
Member from Tasman
Watch the game last nite and the All Blacks didn't played well and still managed to win !!!! Felt sorry for the Irish team ,they were just unlucky. All Blacks will have to pull finger for the next game.. I've noticed that the Northern Hemisphere is catching up with the Southern Hemisphere so I say it will be interesting in the next few years.
Member since 04 Oct 2007
Member from Te Awamutu
I thought the same Gundy...it wasnt that the Irish played so well that the score was that close...it was because the All Blacks played so bad!
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