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Smith powers nsw to dominant win of the year in 2011/12

Smith powers nsw to dominant win of the year in 2011/12

The NRL, in announcing its “2012 Best of NRL” award, has done a wonderful job in selecting what should be the great games of the year. With a very strong list of games, including the Sydney Roosters’ historic 2012 win over the Canberra Raiders, the 2014 grand final, and the Broncos winning their third Super Rugby title in four seasons, the NRL are delivering an excitin바카라사이트g game in the form of the Roosters, Raiders, Broncos, Rabbitohs, Sharks, Warriors, Storm and Stormers. The big names are all back, and for the fourth year in a row, the game is going great on TV.

There is still a long way to go, however, in the league, with a number of games yet to be confirmed for release and broadcast on Channel 10 for the 2012/13 season. We’ll try and get all the games listed here as soon as they’re available to broadcast live.

바카라Here are our favourite games of this week, starting with the Roosters:


7:45pm: The Roosters had their worst record in recent years against Newcastle as they were only able to make up one of the six tries, while a penalty try was squandered to keep the Knights in the match. But they are a class act from start to finish, and should be able to add to their win o더킹카지노ver the Knights on Sunday afternoon.


7:20pm: It will take the Broncos around 11 minutes to make their move as the Knights had a game of their own early on. But they soon caught them and were able to score four tries on their way to a 23-17 win.

7:30pm: This match will be a battle as well for the two sides from North Sydney: the Blues are probably still the most inexperienced, but are still capable of winning the first seven minutes after kicking three tries to put them in first place. The Roosters have shown they can take pressure off of their players in recent months, and there is no doubt these two are going to try and put the Blues under pressure.

7:45pm: The Roosters were unable to score a try when they played the Sharks on their opening day, so there’s no need to give them much credit. The Blues will be able to hang on after that, and will need t