Are you excited?

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  1. byso

    By:bysoOct 2, 2005
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    About todays Grand Final. Even though the eagles aren't playing.

    I really want the Tigers to lose so that will keep me interested.
     
  2. Dan

    By:DanOct 2, 2005
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    meh not massively excited but ryan and i are getting smashed so that should keep me interested
     
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    By:DVS MattOct 2, 2005
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    meh, go the cowboys.

    looking forward to getting together with all my mates.
     
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    By:Canteen WorkerOct 2, 2005
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    The Superleague War still rankles with me so I do not want to see the Cowboys get up. I like the way the Tigers play so I am for them today!!!

    I am also against anything Qld!!
     
  5. easystreet

    By:easystreetOct 2, 2005
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    It would be great to see a team come from nowhere like the Tigers and win the comp,it would prove to Manly that it actually can be done.
     
  6. ManlyBacker

    By:ManlyBackerOct 2, 2005
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    I'm with CW. Go the Tiges. I am all set for tonight and it should be fantastic.
     
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    By:FluffyOct 2, 2005
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    no big kevs here
     
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    By:SilentBobOct 3, 2005
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    I was excited until about the 20 minute mark where it became extremely boring.
     
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    By:GuestOct 3, 2005
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    I also thought that it was a boring grand final and didn't even bother watching the second half.

    Other than Benji Marshall and Matt Bowen and a couple of others the rest of the players are ordinary first graders who wouldn't make a state of origin team.
     
  10. ManlyBacker

    By:ManlyBackerOct 3, 2005
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    Well if you mugs had some heart and put some money on the game then you would have found it very interesting. From one of my (and thruthfully only) big wins of the racing season on Desert War in the Epsom I ploughed the lot into the Tiges last night. :drunk: :dance: :dance:

    Outside of that and helped along with a healthy dose of liquid refreshment I thought it was a great GF. You lot are hard to please. :roll:
     
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    By:Canteen WorkerOct 3, 2005
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    67-1 at the start of the season would have had some punters pretty happy. Someone had a few thousand on the Swans/Tigers double and cleaned up big time!!
     
  12. Guest

    By:GuestOct 3, 2005
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    He cost himself a cool $250k last week when he layed of his bet. Still I suppose $750k is almost as good as $1m. Good luck to him because no-one else predicted the double.
     
  13. byso

    By:bysoOct 3, 2005
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    It was a great game of touch footy. Benji and Prince have changed the way the game is played...........like cats.

    Run to the line then run backwards on a 30 deg angle towards you're wing waiting for a gap or a runner to pass too.

    Surely those cat tactics wont work next year.
     
  14. ManlyBacker

    By:ManlyBackerOct 3, 2005
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    They didn't work for us this year! :)
     
  15. fLIP

    By:fLIPOct 3, 2005
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    MB, we ran backwards at a 90' angle.
     
  16. byso

    By:bysoOct 3, 2005
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    Wasnt circles the play?
     
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    By:fLIPOct 3, 2005
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    Only for monaghan.

    We had to run backwards to pick up his stray passes.
     
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