Here are our guesses for the Anzac round of the Toyota 2019 AFL Premiership competition. We are adding a new element, which is to calculate our winnings and losses based on a $100 wager per fixture. Obviously, for eight remaining games, if we get them all wrong we will lose $800, but we wanted to
Monthly Archives / April 2019
The AFL may have fallen on its own sword to some extent as scoring in the Toyota 2019 AFL Premiership competition is down this year compared to the same spot, following the first four rounds, in the previous three seasons. New changes intended to spread the players out and reduce the number of stoppages per
With four rounds of the Toyota 2019 AFL Premiership in the books and the fifth set to bounce, we had a check-in with one of the bookmakers to see if and how the premiership market had shifted from prior to the beginning of the season. Prior to the start, we were somewhat miffed that West
Those of you who had money on Dusty Martin to win the 2019 Brownlow Medal can say adios to that money, unless your punt was with one of the generous bookies that will forgive your lapse of judgement. This is where we would insert the wink emoji if it were present on our word processor.
It is hard not to like March for punters of all stripes. There is so much going on that we wonder where to begin and the month promises punting of the sort that has been missing to some degree for the past several months. Thoroughbred racing is back in full swing, with the majority of
Time to say it again. Rugby players are worked too hard. Imagine being the coach of a Super Rugby club and contemplate trying to win the competition when there is pressure above simply doing your job added in by pressure to preserve players for the Rugby World Cup in Japan. The potential consequences of holding