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August is upon us and the month offers some of the best punting of the year. It is hard to decide where to start, but near and dear to our hearts, important Group Thoroughbred racing returns in August as the preparations for the big autumn carnivals hit full stride. Winx will no longer be racing,

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It is hard to say with any degree of certainty that “Kyrgios argues with umpire…” is a headline worthy phrase, but the important part is the second half, “Wins in straight sets.” Kyrgios is frequently quite emotional by tennis player standards. Many top players maintain, at least externally, an air of acceptance, out of the

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If anyone were wondering, Ladbrokes has quite an offering in the category of politics. All the campaigning in the U.S. can cease immediately, as the current occupant of the White House is a $2.10 favourite, with the next two quoted at $6.50. As best we can determine, the favourite has not taken to Twitter to

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It seems that the Carlton Blues have done the right thing, giving caretaker coach David Teague a three-year deal, although it has yet to be made official. Brendon Bolton got the axe after the 11th round, although it is hard to lay the entire blame for the demise of Carlton in the Toyota 2019 AFL

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The Manly Sea Eagles are doing all right in the Telstra 2019 NRL Premiership competition, thanks to an article we wrote about them when they were doing poorly saying that they would eventually do better. It was mere coincidence that we penned those words near the conclusion of last season, when Manly were one spot

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July has numerous punting opportunities and the bookmakers are supplying frequent betting promotions, so here is a quick look at what to expect for the month. The winner of the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup will be decided in France. Even though the Matildas were sent out, they were much better than the Socceroos were

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Pain makes you think oddly is our only thought on learning that Andy Murray has given up his thoughts of retirement. Murray went out in the first round of this year’s Australian Open and had been battling hip pain unsuccessfully for some time. He had a procedure done that resurfaced the bones in his hip

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