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1 month 1 week ago #1 by Schooms
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Hi guys and girls,

I would love some input from the guys who follow the Mitre 10 religiously. If you were to pick 3 games a week until the play offs, what would they be. Not necessarily from a punting perspective, also from a what will be great games.

Regards,
Schooms

Love sevens rugby.... dabbler in all!

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1 month 1 week ago #2 by Wies Bang
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Hi Schooms ,

I just love this competition , and do follow this every week.

Any game that involves Canterbury/ Otago or Waikato will attract points...and loads of them.Just a pity Sevu Reece will never play for Waikato again.Had a beast of a season last year.

Taranaki was relegated last year , they will want to make sure they get promoted straight away .Should be fun to watch

Can't wait for 8th Aug.

Cheers

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1 month 1 week ago #3 by Schooms
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So would you say:
Week1 - Auckland vs North Harbour
Waikato vs Canterbury

Week2 - Hawkes Bay vs Wellington
Otago be Northland (RS)

Week3 - Wellington vs Canterbury
Counties vs Waikato

Week4 - Otago vs Manawatu (RS)
Waikato vs Auckland

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1 month 1 week ago #4 by Wies Bang
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I would watch every (RS) game , but stay away from all betting in those.

These teams play as if the Log o'wood is the only game they need to win in a season.

Squad announcements are key , due to NZ central contract system players will shift between seasons.

Week 1 Waikato vs Canterbury

Week 2 Otago vs Southland(RS)

Week 3 Wellington vs Canterbury

Week 4 Waikato vs Auckland

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1 month 3 days ago #5 by threepeat
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Hi Schooms,

Would follow Auckland as defending Champions (I assume Sir Graham Henry is back as assistant coach), Canterbury as most successful team ever and Tasman, as still coached by Leon McDonald and in playoffs last year.

Ranfurly Shield games also worth following.

Wasaki Naholo is an excitement machine and trying to regain his World Cup ticket playing on the wing for Taranaki.

Cheers 3P

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3 weeks 1 day ago #6 by threepeat
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Betting Max Tasman @1.58 v Wellington.

Home game, Tasman has too much fire power.

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