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I am not a huge NRL fan but holy moley that grand final was a great game

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Absolutely incredible game. Shat also over yesterday's snoozefest.

Well done to JT. Deserves that moment.

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On 3/10/2015 at 10:20 PM, P-man said:

Absolutely incredible game. Shat also over yesterday's snoozefest.

Well done to JT. Deserves that moment.

ey P-man...

can anyone tell me when CH-9 televises NRL games,   live or replayed ?

 

Melbourne Storm are playing this Monday night,  & its televised on ' Free to Air',  according to the NRL website,,,,    but I cannot see it listed anywhere on the local TV guides?

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8 hours ago, dee-luded said:

ey P-man...

can anyone tell me when CH-9 televises NRL games,   live or replayed ?

 

Melbourne Storm are playing this Monday night,  & its televised on ' Free to Air',  according to the NRL website,,,,    but I cannot see it listed anywhere on the local TV guides?

No idea mate sorry. I pretty much only watch state of origin and the GF.

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With no footy on this weekend I'll be tuning into the last round of league.  Some vital games on show with finals spots at stake.

Starts tonight on 'Gem' (or foxtel) ... Broncos @ Cowboys (7.30pm)  Nth Queensland need to win to secure a finals spot.

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Parra back in the finals after 8 years. Have a punchers chance this week against the Storm, but if not then can meet them again in the Grand Final via the Roosters/Broncos path.

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State of Origin II on tonight ... I suppose NSW can wrap up the series but who knows?  These encounters are hard to predict so I'll go for a Qld victory just to keep the series alive. 

An ideal lead into the World Cup straight after.

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Go Blues!!!

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1 hour ago, Clintosaurus said:

Go Blues!!!

Been a good match ... 2nd ever penalty try in Origin history but it was definitely there.

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Good win by the storm proving their dynasty isn't over yet. You have to give it to Belamy it doesn't matter who retires or gets injured he replaces them with quality like Hughes.

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Go the mighty Storm didn't play their best missed a few tackles but were still able to win and make it 4 in a row. I wish the Dees could be as consistent as the Storm.

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Great game tonight came from 20 points down only to go down in golden point. Stupid it is team with the first crack at golden point will usually win like the Roosters did.

Easily the 2 top teams in the comp if we can have a grand final like that it will be a ripper.

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Wow how consistent are the Storm? 2 games clear on top. They never play a bad game totally opposite to the Dees. Hope they keep it up. 

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Congrats to Cam Smith on his 400th and more importantly a win. 3 games clear on top WOW what a great team.

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Congrats to the storm for winning the minor premiership. Papenhauzen to no 1 has been a great move. Keep it up storm the premiership is for us to lose.

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How on earth did we lose that? Stuff you Ado-Carr you have cost us a flag.

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Fair win and performance by the Eels yesterday. Not sure we will beat the Storm but who knows.  

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Well done Storm done it easy. Ado-Carr made up for his stuff up against the Raiders. Now for the big test against the Roosters the winner of this will win the flag. GO STORM

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Disappointing end to the season considering we dominated it. Never should have lost to the Raiders, that cost us a grand final spot but we would lose to the Roosters anyway they are too good. Losing Vunivalu didn't help.

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This is my first post on this forum!

I am a Melbourne fan, obviously, but also a Roosters fanatic from Sydney. While winning back to back premierships was amazing, unfortunately the Demons' season was one to forget - almost the complete opposite.

Anyway, I wish them every success in 2020. I hope to get to the round 2 clash next season. When will tickets go on sale for that?

Go the Deez, and I look forward to interacting with my fellow Demons supporters!

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The Storm are unbeatable 2 and nil again with the Roosters losing 2 in a row and the Rabbitohs losing we have to be favorites for the flag. GO STORM!

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