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R L Winger

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  1. NRL ROUND 6 SURVIVOR RESULTS. SURVIVED. Graham - Titans - Sharks - Rabbitohs Irish Saint - Titans - Panthers - Rabbitohs LlanWests - Had Not Entered Heat Yet - Sharks - Sea Eagles WELL DONE TO ALL THOSE WHO SURVIVED. ELIMINATED. R L Winger - Eels Dee Deuce - Eels Spotty Herbert - Eels Sports Prophet - Eels Stoney100 - Eels BAD LUCK TO ALL THOSE WHO WERE ELIMINATED.....BETTER LUCK IN HEAT 3 LATER ON IN THE SEASON.
  2. If the Eels don't win this they can forget about a premiership in 2022
  3. WINNERS Raiders Rabbitohs Panthers Sea Eagles Storm Roosters Dragons Eels TOTAL POINTS 353 AWAY WINS 0 POLL Eels v Tigers
  4. Preparing for the next time Lang Park is 6 foot underwater.
  5. Not looking good for the Dolphins as far as signing marque players...Knock back after knock back......I think the Dolphins will more than likely have as much success as the Titans did when they started off in the comp, which was pretty average compared to the Storms first 2 seasons, 3rd in 1998 then premiers in 1999.....That bloody penalty try....Still leaves a very bitter taste. LOL.
  6. Agreed Graham, as well as, too many errors by, the brain dead we have not got a clue board at the Dragons, by signing far too many Yesterdays hero's players and a Has-been coach that was never really up to it in the first place, after being sacked by both the Broncos & Panthers. Who shows his brilliance week after week by playing players right out of position......The greatest ever powerhouse club in the Australian games history reduced to this what a nightmare bad joke....Frank Facer would be rolling in his grave.
  7. NRL ROUND 6...POST YOUR PICK BELOW THURSDAY APRIL 14 Raiders v Cowboys, GIO Stadium ACT, 7.50pm FRIDAY APRIL 15 Rabbitohs v Bulldogs, Stadium Australia NSW, 4pm Panthers v Broncos, BlueBet Stadium NSW, 7.55pm SATURDAY APRIL 16 Sea Eagles v Titans, 4 Pines Park NSW, 5.30pm Storm v Sharks, AAMI Park VIC, 7.35pm SUNDAY APRIL 17 Roosters v Warriors, Sydney Cricket Ground NSW, 2pm Dragons v Knights, WIN Stadium NSW, 4.05pm MONDAY APRIL 18 Eels v Tigers, CommBank Stadium NSW, 4pm ALL GAME TIMES ARE IN AUSTRALIAN EASTERN STANDARD TIME ...AEST GOOD LUCK EVERYONE.
  8. NRL ROUND 5 SURVIVOR RESULTS. SURVIVED. R L Winger - Storm - Sharks Graham - Titans - Sharks Dee Deuce - Sea Eagles - Sharks Irish Saint - Titans - Panthers Spotty Herbert - Titans - Panthers Stoney100 - Titans - Sharks Sports Prophet - Storm - Panthers LlanWests - Had Not Entered Heat Yet - Sharks WELL DONE TO ALL THOSE WHO SURVIVED. ELIMINATED. StormGirl - Knights BAD LUCK TO ALL THOSE WHO WERE ELIMINATED.....BETTER LUCK IN HEAT 3 LATER ON IN THE SEASON.
  9. WINNERS Sea Eagles Warriors Roosters Storm Dragons Eels Sharks Panthers TOTAL POINTS 303 HOME WINS 2 POLL Titans v Eels
  10. NRL ROUND 5...POST YOUR PICK BELOW THURSDAY APRIL 7 Knights v Sea Eagles, McDonald Jones Stadium NSW, 7.50pm FRIDAY APRIL 8 Warriors v Cowboys, Moreton Daily Stadium, Redcliffe QLD, 6pm Broncos v Roosters, Suncorp Stadium QLD, 7.55pm SATURDAY APRIL 9 Raiders v Storm, McDonalds Park, Wagga Wagga NSW, 3pm Rabbitohs v Dragons, Stadium Australia NSW, 5.30pm Titans v Eels, Cbus Super Stadium QLD, 7.35pm SUNDAY APRIL 10 Sharks v Tigers, PointsBet Stadium NSW, 4.05pm Bulldogs v Panthers, CommBank Stadium NSW, 6.15pm ALL GAME TIMES ARE IN AUSTRALIAN EASTERN STANDARD TIME ...AEST GOOD LUCK EVERYONE.
  11. NRL ROUND 4 SURVIVOR RESULTS. SURVIVED. R L Winger - Storm Graham - Titans Dee Deuce - Sea Eagles Irish Saint - Titans Spotty Herbert - Titans StormGirl - Titans Stoney100 - Titans Sports Prophet - Storm WELL DONE TO ALL THOSE WHO SURVIVED. ELIMINATED. Kayakman - Tigers BAD LUCK TO ALL THOSE WHO WERE ELIMINATED.....BETTER LUCK IN HEAT 3 LATER ON IN THE SEASON.
  12. ROUND 2 RACE WRAP UP INDONESIA It was worth the wait, wasn’t it? On a rain-soaked Sunday afternoon at the Pertamina Grand Prix of Indonesia, Miguel Oliveira (Red Bull KTM Factory Racing) put in an absolute masterclass in wet conditions to claim victory and bounce back in style from a tough opening round. Reigning World Champion Fabio Quartararo (Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP™) sliced back through to second for his first podium of the season, ahead of compatriot Johann Zarco (Pramac Racing) in third. The win for Oliveira sees KTM head the Constructors’ standings for the first time, as well as putting Red Bull KTM Factory Racing top in the teams’ title fight thanks to their Qatar podium and, now, first victory of the season. The drama began early on Sunday, however, as Marc Marquez (Repsol Honda Team) suffered a huge crash in Warm Up and was forced to miss the race due to concussion. Then, after Moto2™, the rain came down as thunderstorms hit Lombok, but after more than an hour’s delay, at 16:15 local time, it was lights out in Indonesia for the first time in 25 years. Quartararo got an outstanding launch from pole position, comfortably collecting the holeshot, as Oliveira made a lightning start from P7 to grab second and Jack Miller (Ducati Lenovo Team) shot swiftly up to P3 from sixth on the grid. At the start of Lap 2, both Oliveira and Miller passed Quartararo as the early pacesetters started to stretch their legs, with the Australian then picking off Oliveira for the race lead too. Now down in third, Quartararo had Alex Rins (Team Suzuki Ecstar), compatriot Zarco and a rapid starting Joan Mir (Team Suzuki Ecstar) for company too – the 2020 Champion up from way down the grid after a nightmare Q1. Rins and Zarco then got the better of Quartararo early on, but they faced an already substantial 2.4s gap to Miller and Oliveira… and that order was about to switch. The Portuguese rider carved his way past the Ducati of Miller at Turn 12 on Lap 6 to retake the lead, and then he got the hammer down. Meanwhile, there was a big moment for Francesco Bagnaia (Ducati Lenovo Team), the Italian somehow staying on after a snap into Turn 1. Still, he slipped down to P12 behind Pol Espargaro (Repsol Honda Team) and Brad Binder (Red Bull KTM Factory Racing), with Championship leader Enea Bastianini (Gresini Racing MotoGP™) struggling even more, dow in P20 from fifth on the grid. Back in the top ten though, Turn 1 was about to bite again. Having just got the better of Franco Morbidelli (Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP™) for P7, Jorge Martin (Pramac Racing) then became the first and only crasher of the race in the braking zone into the first corner, the 2021 Rookie of the Year down, out, but ok. At the front, there were no such dramas. Oliveira had stretched his lead to 1.6s, Miller was second, Rins third, Zarco fourth, and Quartararo fifth with 12 laps to go. At half race distance though, Zarco was the quickest rider on track and a quality move came on Rins at Turn 12 for P3. Miller wasn’t far up the road from the Frenchman either, and he looked desperate to pass the Australian as Quartararo really started to find his groove behind them. Sure enough, El Diablo was back into P3 with five laps to go, with he and Zarco fighting it out in spectacular style. Oliveira was 3.5s clear as the battle raged behind, but with Quartararo now the fastest rider on track and back up to second on Lap 16 of 20. Zarco also managed to follow the Yamaha man through on Miller, and with three laps to go, it suddenly started to look like Oliveira might be in the crosshairs after all. The gap was slashed by a second and the lead was down to 3.4s – was it game on? Quartararo took a tenth more here and there as the laps ticked down, but Oliveira responded. At the start of the last lap, it remained a healthy 2.8s and the Portuguese rider just needed to bring it home, with Quartararo enjoying a 0.9s buffer to Zarco, who in turn had 2.3s in hand over Miller. The podium seemed decided, and it was. Crossing the line for his first win of the year, Oliveira’s masterclass sees the Red Bull KTM Factory Racing rider take 25 points, puts KTM on top in the title and factory fights, and moves him up 16 places in the riders’ Championship to boot. After a tough start in Qatar and for much of the latter half of 2021, it was quite a statement ride by the multiple MotoGP™ winner. Nevertheless, Quartararo celebrated P2 like a win as the Frenchman showed his wet weather prowess for the first time in the premier class, taking some valuable points too. Zarco completed the podium, the third place marking a return to the rostrum for the number 5 for the first time since Barcelona 2021. Miller, always strong in the wet, takes home a hard-earned P4, with Rins putting in a solid ride to claim P5. P6 for Mir, having started from the lower echelons of the top 20, is also a job well done for the 2020 World Champion too, and he got onto the back of his teammate by the flag. Morbidelli ended up a somewhat lonely P7 despite his three-place grid penalty as we witnessed an almighty battle for P8 behind the Italian. It was won in the end by Brad Binder, who was just ahead of Aleix Espargaro (Aprilia Racing) over the line. But the South African had to get his elbows to take that eighth place by force, and it was none other than his brother, WithU Yamaha RNF MotoGP™ Team’s Darryn Binder, standing in the way. The rookie put in a tour de force and one of the rides of the day, leading the battle for eighth onto the final lap before Brad Binder struck, then only losing out to the number 33 and Espargaro’s Aprilia. The number 40 claimed his first points and top ten after an absolute barnstormer, top rookie by some margin. World Championship leader Bastianini, who retains that moniker by two single points ahead of Brad Binder and recovering well in the latter stages, took P11 ahead of Pol Espargaro (Repsol Honda Team), Alex Marquez (LCR Honda Castrol) and Luca Marini (Mooney VR46 Racing Team). Bagnaia slipped down the order after his earlier moment to a tough P15, making it one point from the opening two races for one of the pre-season title favourites. Andrea Dovizioso (WithU Yamaha RNF MotoGP™ Team) was the only other non-finisher alongside Martin after the Italian encountered an issue with his YZR-M1 and was forced to retire. That’s take one on Lombok in the history books, and it’s safe to say the Indonesian GP was full of action. Oliveira goes home with the race-winning trophy, Bastianini remains the title leader, and there’s only 10 points between the top nine heading to Argentina for Round 3… as well as a new manufacturer on top in the standings. Join us for more as MotoGP™ returns at Termas de Rio Hondo! PODIUM 1 Miguel Oliveira (Red Bull KTM Factory Racing) – KTM – 33’27.223 2 Fabio Quartararo (Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP) – Yamaha – +2.205 3 Johann Zarco (Pramac Racing) – Ducati – +3.158
  13. NRL ROUND 4...POST YOUR PICK BELOW THURSDAY MARCH 31 Titans v Tigers, Cbus Super Stadium QLD, 8.05pm FRIDAY APRIL 1 Sharks v Knights, PointsBet Stadium NSW, 6pm Panthers v Rabbitohs, BlueBet Stadium NSW, 8.05pm SATURDAY APRIL 2 Warriors v Broncos, Moreton Daily Stadium, Redcliffe QLD 3pm Sea Eagles v Raiders, Glen Willow Stadium, Mudgee NSW 5.30pm Cowboys v Roosters, Qld Country Bank Stadium QLD 7.35pm SUNDAY APRIL 3 Storm v Bulldogs, AAMI Park VIC, 4.05pm Eels v Dragons, CommBank Stadium NSW, 6.15pm ALL GAME TIMES ARE IN AUSTRALIAN EASTERN DAYLIGHT SAVINGS TIME ...AEDT GOOD LUCK EVERYONE.
  14. THE RULES OF TOTAL RL FORUM.....NRL SURVIVOR COMPETITION 2022 1: You must pick one winning team a week till you are eliminated 2: If the team you picked wins, or ties, you survive. If the team you picked looses you're eliminated. 3: You may only pick any team once. - As an example if you pick the Penrith Panthers in any week, you can't pick them again in any other week during the current heat, but you can pick them again in any other heat of NRL Survivor or the final of NRL Survivor if you are a heat winner. 4: You can edit your picks as long as the game you are picking a winner in has not started 5: All picks must be in before kick off of the game you are picking a winner in. 6: You can enter the competition at any week during the heat stage of the competition but you must be a winner of a heat to compete in the final of the competition for the prize of $50AUD. You will be invited by forum private message to come and participate in the final if you are 1 of the heat winners. 7: The competition continues in every heat & the final until there is a winner. 8: Don't miss a week or you will be eliminated from the competition once you have entered a heat or the final. 9: Once you are the winner of a heat you must wait until you are invited back to compete in the final before taking any further participation in the competition, that gives more people a chance of competing in the final. 10: When the competition gets Down to 5 players surviving in a heat or the final. You must pick a combined points total of both teams without breaking the actual total points that are scored in the game by both teams. This will be used as a tie breaker, if needed to find a winner of the current heat or the Survivor final. After the heat gets down to 5 players or less no more players will be admitted to that current heat, but you can rejoin the competition in the next heat. If you are invited to take part in the final you must take part in the first round and every round till either you are eliminated or you win the competition, miss a round of the final and you are eliminated. 11: The 3 State Of Origin Games will not be included in the competition. 12: If after the result of NRL Grand Final has been decided and there are 2 or more Survivors still surviving in the competition We will use the first game of the World Cup as a tie breaker, The chances of that happening are very remote. THIS YEAR THERE WILL BE A PRIZE OF $50AUD FOR THE WINNER OF THE FINAL IN THE COMPETITION. GOOD LUCK EVERYONE.
  15. WE HAVE A WINNER OF HEAT 1 SURVIVED. JimBronco - Storm - Panthers - Warriors WELL DONE TO JimBronco WHO SURVIVED WITH HIS BRONCOS PICK TO WIN HEAT 1. ELIMINATED. Dallas Mead - No Pick Entered Irish Saint - Raiders - Sports Prophet - Raiders - Kayakman - Eels - Panthers - Dee Deuce - Eels - Titans - StormGirl - Storm - Panthers - Broncos BAD LUCK TO ALL THOSE WHO WERE ELIMINATED.....BETTER LUCK IN HEAT 2.
  16. NRL ROUND 3...POST YOUR PICK BELOW MAKE SURE YOU PUT A COMBIND SCORE OF BOTH TEAMS IN THE GAME YOU ARE SELECTING YOUR PICK FROM, AS WE ARE NOW DOWN TO UNDER 5 SURVIVORS IN HEAT 1. NO NEW ENTRIES WILL BE ACCEPTED IN HEAT 1 AS WE ARE NOW DOWN TO UNDER 5 SURVIVORS, YOU CAN JOIN IN HEAT 2. THURSDAY, MARCH 24 Dragons v Sharks, WIN Stadium NSW, 8.05pm FRIDAY, MARCH 25 Tigers v Warriors, Campbelltown Stadium NSW, 6pm Rabbitohs v Roosters, Stadium Australia NSW, 8.05pm SATURDAY, MARCH 26 Panthers v Knights, Carrington Park, Bathurst NSW, 3pm Storm v Eels, AAMI Park VIC, 5.30pm Raiders v Titans, GIO Stadium ACT, 7.35pm SUNDAY, MARCH 27 Broncos v Cowboys, Suncorp Stadium QLD, 4.05pm Sea Eagles v Bulldogs, 4 Pines Park NSW, 6.15pm ALL GAME TIMES ARE IN AUSTRALIAN EASTERN DAYLIGHT SAVINGS TIME ...AEDT. GOOD LUCK EVERYONE.
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