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Who will be Premiers Poll?

Discussion in 'Rugby League Forum' started by Clint, Aug 15, 2013.

  1. Clint

    Clint . Premium Member 2017 Tipping Competitor

    +2,173 /34
    This is a poll from the Centrebet website asking who will be premiers. Found the results a bit surprising.
    Melbourne have more than double their closest rival. I am also surprised that we have more votes than Souths.
    I tried to vote more than once for the Eagles, but it didn't let me. :s

    Thank you for voting!
    Melbourne Storm 42.62% (130 votes)

    Sydney Roosters 19.02% (58 votes)

    Manly Sea Eagles 16.39% (50 votes)

    South Sydney Rabbitohs 11.8% (36 votes)

    Other 10.16% (31 votes)
  2. globaleagle

    globaleagle Je saisis mon chapeau. Staff Member Premium Member 2017 Tipping Competitor

    +13,353 /117
    Looks like they polled everyone at last weeks doggies game.
  3. Killer03

    Killer03 Well-Known Member

    +3,437 /32
    I think the injuries are spooking punters on souths. And it's made people realize that without GI Souths cannot win the premiership.
  4. mozgrame

    mozgrame Well-Known Member

    +5,134 /51
    Souths. The refs will see to it. ;)
  5. stewartbrett(female supporter)

    stewartbrett(female supporter) Active Member

    +38 /0
    If the Rabbitoh's have to be in the GF, then I hope whoever comes up against them smashes them. But that's probably unlikely. Have you noticed that every time we come up against them (Rabbitoh's) the penalty count is always against us? Only in the past, the Rabbitoh's weren't even on the top of the ladder. But it still seemed that the referee was favouring [/i]them to win- (i.e like last Friday). Although a couple of years ago there was this one game against Rabbitoh's) where the penalty count was very surprisingly in our favour for once. They must have a special referee that they call upon whenever they're due to come up against us. :huh:

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