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R L Winger

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  1. Buffalo Bills @Los Angeles Rams 
    San Francisco 49ers @Chicago Bears 
    Cleveland Browns @Carolina Panthers 
    Jacksonville Jaguars @Washington Commanders 
    New Orleans Saints @Atlanta Falcons 
    Baltimore Ravens @New York Jets 
    Indianapolis Colts @Houston Texans 
    Philadelphia Eagles @Detroit Lions 
    Pittsburgh Steelers @Cincinnati Bengals 
    New England Patriots @Miami Dolphins 
    Kansas City Chiefs @Arizona Cardinals 
    Las Vegas Raiders @Los Angeles Chargers 
    Green Bay Packers @Minnesota Vikings  
    New York Giants @Tennessee Titans 
    Tampa Bay Buccaneers @Dallas Cowboys  
    Denver Broncos @Seattle Seahawks 
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  2. On 17/08/2022 at 04:33, Kayakman said:

    I just got back in from a solo sea kayaking extended camping trip.....was out of cell phone contact most of the time....logged on here just now...first thing I did.   Was alot of alone time with plenty of paddling in average swell stuff...water cold though...great rising moon every night on my isolated beach campsites....am tired though....was very close to getting bitten by a rattle snake...didn't even see him on the rock!

    Anyway I'm sorry I missed the final since I was out of electronic contact but I have no idea of the final scores yet so this would have been my pick....I did learn how to carve a proper try stick whilst I was out in the great beyond though.

    Broncos over the Knights with a total of 50 points being scored.

    If that happens again mate, PM your picks before you take off that keeps you alive in the comp.

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  3. Cheers Irish Saint & Graham

    It's a pity Kayakman didn't get his pick in, by so eliminating himself from the final. I only made the final by winning the last heat, now i'm the winner 2 years in a row....Can I do a Dragons run and make it a 11 in a row. LOL

    The $50AUD prize money jackpots to next season to $100AUD WINNER TAKES ALL.


    The rugby league world is mourning the sudden death of legendary player and premiership-winning coach Paul Green as the wider NRL community reacts to the sad news.


    The rugby league world is mourning the sudden death of premiership-winning coach Paul Green.

    The 49-year-old passed away at his Brisbane home on Thursday morning.

    A post-mortem will be carried out to determine the cause of his death.

    Friends have revealed Green had not complained about being ill and have been left shocked and devastated by his passing.

    He had been regularly mentioned as a coaching option at a number of NRL clubs this season, and was on track to make a comeback in 2023.

    The news comes just three months after the tragic death of his close friend, former Australian cricketer Andrew Symonds, which rocked the wider sporting community.

    He was Queensland State of Origin and Australian international representative halfback. As a coach Green guided the Cowboys to their first premiership in 2015.

    He last coached Queensland’s State of Origin side in 2021.

    Green was in Sydney only last weekend for the Cronulla Sharks reunion.

    Green played for Cronulla, North Queensland, Sydney Roosters, Parramatta and Brisbane, winning the Rothmans Medal in 1995.

    Green is survived by wife Amanda and children Emerson and Jed.

    Queensland police released a statement on Thursday afternoon.

    “Police were called to a Wynnum residence just after 10am this morning after a 49-year-old was located unresponsive,” a Queensland police spokeswoman said.

    “He was declared deceased by emergency crews a short time later.

    “There are no suspicious circumstances. A report will be prepared for the coroner.”


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