Ep 092 - Massive NRL Kickoff, Some Cricket Sledging And Group 1 Racing Tips

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This is a special round one NRL preview show for the MugPunters.com.au podcast this Friday 9th March 2018 and in our breaking news headlines this week: - Controversy following the first cricket test where Australia dispatched the South Africans, after Quinton de Kock allegedly made an inappropriate remark about David Warner’s wife Candice. Here at Mug Punters we took these allegations seriously and wanted to get to the bottom of things, so we headed to facebook (where everything said is always true, so you should share it even if you don’t do two seconds of research to back it up) and found that sources close to the cricketing couple were surprised about the comments made as Candice has always been a huge fan of de Kock. Did we check the accuracy of that report? I’m not sure. - Craziness surrounds the number nine jersey for several clubs on the eve of the NRL season kick off with both South Sydney’s Robbie Farah and Kiwi international Danny Levi at the Newcastle Knights both being left out of their starting 17’s despite being fully fit. Meanwhile at the Broncos, Sam Thaiday is set to don the nine jersey in a move that Wayne Bennett has described will make him the biggest and slowest rake to play the game (ah, superb jokes Wayne, you are a funny guy). Although media and fans have been left perplexed about the decisions, NRL boss Todd Greenberg has come out and assured followers that it’s not the only time there will be controversy this season involving hookers. - And back to the cricket where the Aussies have staged a bit of a protest in response to local broadcasters keeping stump mics open during the first test. Most cricketing broadcasters around the world lower the volume between deliveries so players can discuss things such as Quinton de Kock’s mum and sister without the viewers at home being able to hear. But not in South Africa where they try to sneak in some of the friendly banter. Aussie keeper Tim Paine led the charge by using the open mics to plug some of the key Aussie sponsors suggesting after a South African boundary… “great shot mate. That deserves a XXXX, the best beer in the world”, but was also heard explaining to umpires how far superior Qantas was as an airline and how much he enjoyed travelling with them, no doubt aware of the lucrative deal Emirates has with umpires around the world. I dare say the broadcasters will think twice before the second test. And tips this week on the show for: - Group 1 racing - 4 big races! - A full round of NRL tips - A sneaky cricket special - Even some NRL futures at good value Worthwhile Weekly Wagers Pete Looking ahead with NRL futures Round 2 Nth Qld at $1.88 to beat the Broncos Parra at $2 to beat Manly Newcastle at $2.45 to beat the Raiders Round 3 Nth Qld $2.3 to defeat the Storm Multi these together Almost $22 Bartz Parra to beat Penrith NRL Round 1 Mills Randwick R7 #3 Kementari

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