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Funny you should say this , I live in the Redlands which has some superb private schools that are more affordable than the big name GPS schools.Lots of Victorians doing this, a private school near me has 200 kids from Vic on waiting list to get in.
Time to sell up Mark and head back to Moree ;-)Funny you should say this , I live in the Redlands which has some superb private schools that are more affordable than the big name GPS schools.
And just last week I get a letter from one of the major real estate firms in the area saying they are desperate for stock to sell as the demand from Victorians wanting to sell up and move here for the weather , Job security and cheaper schooling is at an all time high!!
I thought they were just fishing for listings but maybe it’s an actual thing!!
Nah , love it here , on the bay , beautiful climate ( for 10 months of the year ) , close to the Goldie close to Brizvegas , an hour and a bit to the Sunny Coast!!Time to sell up Mark and head back to Moree ;-)
I disagree. On the two occasions I noticed, he was tackled by the one (out of three) storm player who was back and square. I can point out just as many Penrith tactics around the ruck. All year Api has been regularly doing subtle ankle pulls (other panthers do it also) on the tackled player and getting away with it. It is coached.Laying around the ruck to stop the play the ball and standing offside at marker are penalties every week and always a free-kick but not if you make the GF and play for Melbourne. In the first 10 mins, Api ran from dummy half and was tackled by offside Storm players and should have realized that the whistle has been put away for the GF but Panthers became rattled and did not have a plan B
The spew bucket you mean , yes that popped up on my social media feed today in an advertisement.Can't stand the storm and hate the outcome of this season but they are very professional and capitalised on their luck yesterday, which they had plenty of.
I actually thought Penrith out-enthused themselves. They were quite panicky, often trying to score off every ball, which led to mistakes.
It was a very lucky Grand Final for the storm. To me it seemed like Penrith beat themselves more than the storm actually won it.
Now I bet you're all really excited about the release of referee Smith's new book....
Pass the bucket....
This season sucked.
Thank fark it's over!