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Sat 30 May: NRL: Melbourne Storm v Canberra Raiders (Sky TV 10.30am)

Who will win?  

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  1. 1. Who will win?

    • Melbourne Storm
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    • Canberra Raiders
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Storm by a few


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Promises to be the game of the round, two evenly matched sides, The well drilled Melbourne Storm against the Anglo Canberra Raiders.  Tough call here but with home advantage basically going out the window in a empty stadium Im tipping the Raiders to squeak home.


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Heart says Raiders, head says Storm.


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This should be a sensational game. It will be up to the English contingent, plus Jack Wighton and Joseph Papali, to win it for Canberra.

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Good start for the Green Machine - a converted try in the first five minutes.


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George Williams with a beauty of a pass for the Raiders to get over again.


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Excellent conversion from the Croak, too.

Melbourne 0:12 Canberra


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George Williams sets up another!


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Just now, Bedfordshire Bronco said:

Williams having a great game

Having a blinder. Making breaks and throwing cuts out passes for tries. His kicking is accurate as well.

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Looks to be a bit more controlled in his play also. Good signs.


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Melbourne 6:18 Canberra at HT!


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6 minutes ago, Adelaide Tiger said:

I thought Peter V’landys was a shrewd operator ...... if the NRL needs to cut costs why are the NRL paying a ref to officiate when Cameron Smith was available ?

To be fair, Hodgson is constantly chirping away too. 

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1 minute ago, Northern Eel said:

It’s so positive to see a British half-back attack the defensive line and at pace too. Williams’ game appears to be developing nicely. 

Also that he's adapting so well to a different style of team than the one's he's played for  for so long.


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