Ep 099 - Honestly, Who Goes To A Strip Club In Gladstone

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This is the MugPunters.com.au podcast for Thursday 26th April 2018 and in our breaking news headlines this week: - In the NRL and games have been marred in recent weeks with a string of controversial decisions from the bunker in video reviews, with real head scratchers coming in the Melbourne Storm victory over the Brisbane Broncos and the Dragons ANZAC day win over the Sydney Roosters. Referees boss Bernard Sutton has laughed off suggestions that Nene Macdonald simply dropped the ball whilst attempting to score a try to in effect shut down the Dragons win against the Roosters. He’s suggested the bunker was simply following a sponsors directive from KFC and wanted to deliver a Zinger of their own for the fans. He further added on the Slater dropped ball drop kick try decision, that everyone wants to see Brisbane get beaten, so wondered what all the fuss was about though conceded that smoking marijuana to help relax video referees was probably a bad idea and that it may be reviewed in the coming weeks. - The Jamaican netball team has been shocked following New Zealand’s netball governing body decision not to let them take home a trophy they won in a pre commonwealth games tournament. When asked about the matter, NZ netball operations manager Kate Agnew suggested the Taini Jamison Trophy was a perpetual onshore trophy and had never been won previously by a visiting team. Given New Zealand always whinges about punching above their weight at international sport with a country of 4.5 million, the Jamaicans have suggested they keep the trophy, as their cabinets are already choc full anyway with a variety of gold and silverware and after all, they have 60% of the population of NZ so what would they know. - Back to the NRL and Manly are in all sorts of hot steamy turds after a lackluster start to the season and now revelations that six players have been fined for breaking curfew at a strip club following the sides round five clash with the Titans in Gladstone. You know the side is in trouble when protocol suggests they should stand down the players, though discover they’ve just receive fines instead, aren’t named to the public and are allowed to take the field this weekend. Coach Trent Barrett has suggested it was all just a misunderstanding though as he said that watching Manly was like watching a show with a pack of dildos running around, whilst the players thought he said they should run around to go and watch a dildo show. Given the players were forced to endure a strip club in Gladstone already as punishment, Barrett said fines of $1500 which matched the costs of lap dances at the club was sufficient for the players at this stage. PLUS, we've got tips for: - F1 - Racing - A-League - NHL - NRL - AFL And even comments on the Crabs! Worthwhile Weekly Wagers Pete NHL Winnipeg at $2.10 to defeat Nashville in their upcoming playoff series Bartz A League - semi finals Newcastle Jets $2.60 to defeat Melbourne City Mills Racing Ascot Saturday R6 #1 Valour Road

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