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What's on TV and When? Round 23 Game Talk

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Here's the games and first broadcast timings for the NRL Round 23 games this weekend.

 

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Sea Eagles played their R22 home game at the Bluetongue Stadium which is in Gosford in the Central Coast region of NSW (half way between Sydney and Newcastle).

This week they are playing their game there again. This time though it is a Rabbitohs  home game.

 

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What a great location!

 

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I'd be more than happy to watch an NRL game there!

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Cowboys still holding on to hope of a top eight finish with a win at home against Titans. They have 2 out of 3 games left at home.

Souths v Manly game was brilliant. Great to watch two top class teams competing hard and playing well. Thought Adam Reynolds swung it for Bunnies from middle of second half onwards.

Of course the commentators saw this coming after Souths lost so well against Storm.

Inglis' presence was important in this game.

Rabbitohs showed they are still the team to beat this season.

As we know, that doesn't mean to say they'll be Premiers though.

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Storm countered a whole hearted Knights' display, giving a huge number of penalties away and a full house of largely home fans with a resolution that will serve them well in the finals. They took their chances. Good to see Bryan Norrie score a barge over try at the very end of the game  after recently re-signing with Melbourne for a further two years. The look on his face immediately after scoring was priceless.

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Knights full house of largely home fans with a resolution that will serve them well in the finals.

They 'gave away' 5 thousand free tickets in Newcastle for that game

 

Good to see Bryan Norrie score a barge over try at the very end of the game  after recently re-signing with Melbourne for a further two years. The look on his face immediately after scoring was priceless.

The look of sheer relief that he now doesn't have to do the traditional 'nudie run' for not scoring a try during the season.

Though this is easy compared to the season I recall it was a 'nude bungee jump' :tongue:

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