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Wednesday, 30 June 2010

NOT The Footy Show Episode 28 - Round 17 NRL Preview Podcast 2010

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Episode 28 - Round 17 NRL Preview Podcast 2010
|=| Nic & Waz debate if Cameron Smith can pull off his Wally Lewis impression, Saluting Steven Price, What's wrong with the Canberra Raiders Plus all things Round 17
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|=| What's on NOT THE FOOTY SHOW EPISODE 28?
1. Nic & Waz are back again for another dose of Rugby League Talk that will boggle the mind with its lack of brilliance..
2. State of Origin Game 3 is next Wednesday and we discuss the changes by NSW and why Coach Craig Bellamy definitely didn't pick the side.
3. The Tipping Touch has deserted Waz... Nic offers his now sage advice.
4. All the Round 17 Moments covering all the results and we look at why the Canberra Raiders stink…
5. A Thousand Talking Points This Week -
a. Cameron Smith – Wants to be the next Wally Lewis in terms of public perception... will he pull it off?
b. Steven Price Retires – We pay tribute to one of the finest front rowers of the past twenty years.
c. Tahu & Johns meet... what happened? Plus the decision in the UK Super League to fine the Castleford club for the chanting of their fans in a game against the Celtic Crusaders.
d. Newcastle have recruited heavily in the past week - we look at who they've added.
e. Mark Gasnier is a Dragon... DUH! Waz wonders if he'll be a hero or zero... in the eyes of St.George-Illawarra fans at the end of the season.
f. Anyone know a good builder? The Gold Coast Titans Salary Cap situation rears its ugly head once again...
6. Plus all our Tips + Previews of NRL Round 17 + Tipping Records + Special Fried Rice Picks this week.
7. Fantasy NRL Talk… Update on the NOT The Footy Show League & our respective teams scores to date.
8. And plenty more dribble... we promise!
Cheers Waz & Nic
NOT The Footy Show
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EP 28 VIDEO PREVIEW
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Cheers,
Waz & Nic

The Dribble: Cristiano Ronaldo - We don't call him Liquid Engineeringk for nothing... 2010 FIFA World Cup Blog

Portugal's World Cup Campaign ended Tuesday night with a 1-0 loss to Spain in the Round of 16 at the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa.
But despite the shattering result for all Portuguese - who expected their team to improve on their 4th placed finish in 2006 in Germany - the biggest story to emerge from the game that was won on the back of a David Villa goal for Spain in the 62nd minute... it was Cristiano Ronald's Magic Loogie.
Even if you don't get the Seinfeld reference to the Magic Loogie - putting it bluntly; Ronaldo didn't like the cameraman invading his space at the conclusion of the game and loaded up the saliva and spat.
Make no mistake it was a quality volley - better than any he'd had with the ball that evening - and it was directed at the feet of the cameraman.
Cristiano literally spat the dummy.
And here it is in all its glory - immortalised on YouTube.
Cristiano Ronaldo: We don't call him Liquid Engineeringk for nothing...
And if you don't get the Liquid Engineeringk reference then you obviously haven't been watching any of the World Cup on SBS... because as Santo Cilauro announced on SBS's fine daily World Cup Show 'Cup Fever' - "Cristiano Castrol Ad waits for nobody." and gets shown on EVERY SINGLE COMMERCIAL BREAK!
Cristiano Ronaldo's Castrol Edge Liquid Engineering Ad

So that's another World Cup that Cristiano Ronaldo - arguably the greatest player on the planet (but Argentina's Lionel Messi is fast becoming the undisputed #1)... even under extreme conditions, has failed to carry his team to the top of World Football.
I think I speak for everyone who despises spitting in the direction of everyone (well everyone except South African fast bowler Dale Steyn)...

Nice game pretty boy...

Bonus YouTube Video for World Cup Tragics...
Just some of the quality that Cup Fever with Santo, Sam & Ed are producing every night during the tournament.
#1 A quality spoof of the German Coach & his fashion sense by Ed Kavalee & Sam Pang.

#2 Correspondent Tony Wilson runs the best competition of these World Cup Finals...

#3 Finally, no comedy routine would be complete without a dig at our New Zealand neighbours... outstanding.

Enjoy the rest of the World Cup - Argentina were our pick coming in and we're all hoping they do it for Diego!

Monday, 28 June 2010

NSW V QLD State of Origin Game 3 Teams 2010 + Game Three Preview + Tips + Videos + Player Ratings - NOT The Footy Show Podcasts

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NEW SOUTH WALES
BLUES
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QUEENSLAND
MAROONS
|=| GAME I - QLD 28 def. NSW 24 @ Sydney Wed May 26 (Highlights) |=|
|=| GAME II - QLD 34 def. NSW 6 @ Brisbane Wed June 16 (Highlights) |=| 
|=| GAME III - QLD 23 def. NSW 18 @ Sydney Wed July 7 |=|
Queensland have won the Series 3-0 achieving their first Clean Sweep since 1995.
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GAME THREE RESULT
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QUEENSLAND 23
TRIES: Darius Boyd 20th, Nate Myles 28th, Billy Slater 74th, Willie Tonga 79th.
GOALS: Johnathan Thurston 3/3, Israel Folau 0/1, Darren Lockyer 1 Field Goal.

Versus
NEW SOUTH WALES 18
TRIES: Paul Gallen 36th, Kurt Gidley 47th, Greg Bird 70th.
GOALS: Michael Gordon 3/3.

Official Man of the Match: Billy Slater, QLD
Wally Lewis Medal (Man of the Series): Billy Slater, QLD
THE NRL TWEET's 4-2-1s for Game Three.
4 - Billy Slater, QLD
2 - Jarryd Hayne, NSW
1 - Kurt Gidley, NSW
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GAME 3 PLAYER RATINGS
QLD v NSW @ ANZ
QLD - Game III Player Ratings
SLATER, Billy 8.5
BOYD, Darius 6.0
INGLIS, Greg 6.5
TONGA, Willie 6.0
FOLAU, Israel 6.5
LOCKYER, Darren (c) 7.0
THURSTON, Johnathan 5.5
SCOTT, Matthew 8.0
SMITH, Cameron 7.0
CIVONICEVA, Petero 7.0
THAIDAY, Sam 7.0
MYLES, Nate 7.5
HARRISON, Ashley 7.0
BENCH:
CRONK, Cooper 5.0
SHILLINGTON, David 7.0
COSTIGAN, Neville 6.0
TAYLOR, Dave 5.5
Team Total: 113.0

NSW - Game III Player Ratings
HAYNE, Jarryd 8.5
MORRIS, Brett 4.5
SCOTT, Beau 5.0
JENNINGS, Michael 6.0
GORDON, Michael 6.0
BARRETT, Trent (c) 6.0
PEARCE, Mitchell 5.0
KING, Jason 6.0
ENNIS, Michael 4.5
SNOWDEN, Kade 5.5
LEWIS, Luke 5.5
GALLEN, Paul 6.5
BIRD, Greg 7.0
BENCH:
GIDLEY, Kurt 8.0
LEAROYD-LAHRS, Tom 6.5
MANNAH, Tim 5.0
WATMOUGH, Anthony 5.5
Team Total: 101.0

The NRL Tweet's Players of the Series will uploaded late July 8.
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NRL Results Round 16 Review + NRL Tweet Game Notes + Video Highlights - 2010 NRL Premiership

Here are The NRL Tweet's Reviews, Game Notes & Results of Round 16 of the 2010 NRL Premiership.
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|=| With State of Origin Game 3 on the horizon - Round 16 was a full round of games, coinciding with the Women In League Round - celebrating the contributions Women have in making the big game even bigger.
Here are the Round 16 Results with the NRL Tweet's Exclusive Game Notes and new to Round 16 - NRL Game Highlights from the YouTube Channel 2010NRL
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This week's Episode 26! Round 16 Pocast Preview:

Video Preview - Including 'Return to Leichhardt' Trailer

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|=| NRL Round 16 Results
 - For more coverage check out the quality SMH League Site LeagueHQ  -
Fri: St.George-Illawarra Dragons 32 defeated Wests Tigers 10 @ WIN Jubilee
Fri: Penrith Panthers 40 defeated Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles 22 @ CUA
Sat: Parramatta Eels 6 lost to Brisbane Broncos 10 @ Parramatta
Sat: North Queensland Cowboys 19 lost to Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks 20 @ Dairy Farmers
Sat: South Sydney Rabbitohs 16 defeated Melbourne Storm 14 @ ME Bank (Perth)
Sun: Sydney Roosters 18 lost to Warriors 20 @ AMI (Christchurch)
Sun: Gold Coast Titans 16 lost to Newcastle Knights 24 @ Skilled
Mon: Canberra Raiders 10 lost to Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs 18 @ Canberra
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|=| ROUND 16 NRL PREMIERSHIP LADDER:
Top 8: Dragons 26, Panthers 24, Tigers 20, Titans 20, Rabbitohs 18, Broncos 18, Sea Eagles 18, Roosters 18.
Bottom 8: Warriors 18, Eels 16, Knights 14, Raiders 14, Sharks 14, Bulldogs 12, Cowboys 10, Storm 0*. * Melbourne were stripped off all their 2010 points after rorting the Salary Cap.
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|=| LEADERBOARD After Results - Round 16 will be updated in Round 17 Tipping Article |=|
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|=| NRL ROUND 16 RESULTS & HIGHLIGHTS |=| June 25-28, 2010 |=|
ROUND SIXTEEN OF THE NRL PREMIERSHIP SEASON 2010
DRAGONS32-10TIGERS
|=| St.George-Illawarra Dragons 32: D Boyd, K Stanley, B Creagh, J Soward, B Morris Tries; J Soward 7/7 Goals.
|=| Wests Tigers 10: C Lawrence, L Tuqiri Tries; B Marshall 1/2 Goals.
|=| @NRLTweet Recap: Dragons repel a spirited effort from the Wests Tigers, then blow the score out 34-10 in the final two minutes. Soward the standout.

|=| The NRL Tweet's Game Notes From WIN Jubilee:
|=| I can live with tipping the Tigers tonight - they were down 14-10 with 20 to go & Benji Marshall was a complete non-factor. But of course - all credit to the Dragons. Composed throughout & although the last two tries flattered them, they were the better team.
|=| Thought both Jamie Soward & Luke Lewis were jibbed out of Man of the Match Awards. Prior was good, Jennings great but neither MOTM.
|=| I don't think the Wests Tigers lost any respect with their effort tonight but the Dragons just firmed even more in Premiership betting.
|=| Biggest story tonight might surprise you but Benji Marshall was ordinary. Scratch that - terrible. He has to deal with playing half. I'm a massive Benji Marshall fan. But I'll say it - he looked like playing halfback was a chore, not an opportunity to change the game.
|=| With Mark Gasnier signing with St.George-Illawarra - he's either going to be seen as the saviour that gets them to a premiership or the villain who came in and disrupted a team that looked on track for a title.
|=| NRL Tweet's Prediction: TIGERS by 7 =  INCORRECT
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|=| FRIDAY
PANTHERS40-22SEA EAGLES
|=| Penrith Panthers 40: M Jennings 3, B Tighe, T Waterhouse, M Gordon, G Cooper Tries; M Gordon 6/8 Goals.
|=| Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles 22: T Williams 2, K Foran, G Stewart Tries; S Rodney 2/2, S Matai 1/1, T Williams 0/1 Goals.
|=| @NRLTweet Recap: Penrith sweep Manly aside with a brilliant 1st half. Finish the job in the 2nd half to win 40-22 at CUA. Lewis & Jennings outstanding.

|=| The NRL Tweet's Game Notes From CUA:
|=| According to the Channel 9 Commentary - there wasn't a single handling error in the Penrith-Manly game until AFTER halftime.
|=| Thought both Jamie Soward & Luke Lewis were jibbed out of Man of the Match Awards. Prior was good, Jennings great but neither MOTM. That's as good a game I've seen Luke Lewis play - EVER.
|=| If Penrith's big men dominate the ruck like they did tonight come Finals - the Panthers are in this premiership up to their eyeballs.
|=| Manly's title charge ended with Brett Stewart's injury; now they may have lost Glenn Stewart long term on top of losing Jamie Lyon.
|=| Michael Jennings has scored hat-tricks lining up at both left and right centre in 2010... thing is he scored at least one of those tries up the middle of the field. Personally I think he's better on the right. But that roving role is something more coaches MUST encourage their players to do. Josh Morris at Canterbury case in point... mainly because the ball never gets to him at the Bulldogs anymore!
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|=| NRL Tweet's Prediction: PANTHERS by 10 =  CORRECT
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|=| SATURDAY
EELS6-10BRONCOS
|=| Parramatta Eels 6: J Hayne Try; L Burt 1/2 Goals.
|=| Brisbane Broncos 10: P Wallace, I Folau Tries; C Parker 1/2 Goals.
|=| @NRLTweet Recap: Parramatta drop another close game - this time they go down 10-6 to the Broncos at Parramatta Stadium. Broncos winners in 6 of last 7.

|=| The NRL Tweet's Game Notes From Parramatta:
|=| Missed this game with other commitments so have only seen the highlights.
|=| NRL Tweet's Prediction: BRONCOS by 4 =  CORRECT
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|=| SATURDAY
COWBOYS19-20SHARKS
|=| North Queensland Cowboys 19: W Mason, M Scott, C Webb Tries; J Thurston 3/4 Goals; J Thurston 1 Field Goal.
|=| Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks 20: B Pomeroy, I Gordon, N Gardner, P Aiton Tries; N Gardner 1/3, T Smith 0/1 Goals; J Morris 1, T Barrett 1 Field Goal.
|=| @NRLTweet Recap: North Queensland led 18-0 at halftime but implode to let the Sharks take the game into Golden Point. Thurston misses a penalty goal & Barrett ices game in 2nd period of Extra Time 20-19!

|=| The NRL Tweet's Game Notes From Dairy Farmers:
|=| Missed this game with other commitments so have only seen the highlights.
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|=| NRL Tweet's Prediction: COWBOYS by 7 =  INCORRECT
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|=| SATURDAY
RABBITOHS16-14STORM
|=| South Sydney Rabbitohs 16: F Talanoa 2, C Sandow Tries; I Luke 2/4 Goals.
|=| Melbourne Storm 14: J O'Neill 2, G Inglis Tries; C Smith 1/3 Goals.
|=| @NRLTweet Recap: South Sydney finally grind their way to a win over the hot & cold Melbourne Storm 16-14. Perth's only NRL game in 2010 attracts just 13,164.

|=| The NRL Tweet's Game Notes From ME Bank:
|=| Missed the first 55 minutes of this game with other commitments... so all comments below based on final 25 minutes & highlights.
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After the game Cameron Smith & Craig Bellamy suggested the Storm players have lost their 'killer instinct' in the aftermath of their Salary Cap Cheating. Thing is lads - your club gave you an illegal chance to have that killer instinct... please stop it with all the 'feel sorry for me' pleading.
|=| Badly needed win for South Sydney who emerge from a 3 game stretch that saw them suffer an horrific loss to Brisbane, blew a lead late against Manly and toughened up considerably against the Storm to win in Perth.
|=| Justin O'Neill scores two tries and sets up a third but realistically all he should be remembered for is dropping a sitter of a cross kick uncontested over the line from Cooper Cronk that would've sealed the deal for Melbourne with 20 minutes left.
|=| It may have been a bitterly cold night in Perth but only 13,164 for the only game Perth will see this season is bitterly disappointing.
 NRL Tweet's Prediction: STORM by 4 =  INCORRECT
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|=| SUNDAY
ROOSTERS18-20WARRIORS
|=| Sydney Roosters 18: M Pearce, T Carney, S Kenny-Dowall Tries; T Carney 3/3 Goals.
|=| Warriors 20: K Locke 3, M Vatuvei Tries; J Maloney 2/4 Goals.
|=| @NRLTweet Recap: Make no mistake the Sydney Roosters blew their clash with the Warriors - up 18-8 with 6 minutes left and lost 20-18.

|=| The NRL Tweet's Game Notes From AMI:
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If Roosters miss the Finals there is no doubt whatsoever that Brian Smith will look back at minutes 74-80 of today's game as to why.
|=| The Warriors have got some momentum going lately. Have 4 wins from 6 games since Round 10 - losing only to the Dragons & Tigers.
|=| Taking nothing away from Kevin Locke's performance today (Hat-trick + Game Winning Try) but that '1st try' was an horrific decision. Still trying to see a slow mo shot of the ball actually being grounded before the dead ball line...
|=| That being said - Locke's game winner said all you needed to know about which team wanted this game more. Roosters had it on toast with 6 minutes left but the Warriors never gave up and the lack of urgency by the Roosters forwards to fall on that loose Lance Hohaia kick at the end would've been shattering for Brian Smith.
|=| Perhaps the greatest aspect of this clash wasn't Locke's last minute heroics (when he nearly chopped himself in half around the goal-post) but the crowd - which was in excess of 20,000 in Christchurch!
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|=| NRL Tweet's Prediction: ROOSTERS by 2 =  INCORRECT
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|=| SUNDAY
TITANS16-24KNIGHTS
|=| Gold Coast Titans 16: A Harrison, B Meyers, W Zillman Tries; M Rogers 2/3 Goals.
|=| Newcastle Knights 24: Z Taia, J McManus, J Sa'u, W Naiqama Tries; K Gidley 4/4 Goals.
|=| @NRLTweet Recap: Newcastle may not have deserved to beat Parramatta last week but they totally outplay the Titans at Skilled - win 24-16.

|=| The NRL Tweet's Game Notes From Skilled:
|=| There's a massive push for Greg Bird to play Origin but his defence is so unreliable. He's good & terrible in the space of 5 minutes. And he keeps missing tackles that lead directly to tries.
|=| That's the best game Jarrod Mullen's played in a while. Bout time the kid got going - great to see him ball play at the line again.
|=| Kid that impressed me in the Knights-Titans game was Kayne Lawton. Not sure where the Titans play him - but he really had a crack.
|=| Newcastle coach Rick Stone post-match. "If Kurt Gidley is not NSW Captain and fullback then I'm the worst judge in the world." Rick now I know Gidley has a crack each and every game but he's not the best option for the Blues as fullback or skipper. I can't help but wonder if he's got one eye on his stats each week the way he'll run the ball even when he's got a backline set outside him... there's a difference between hard work and making your game look good on the stat sheet. And I'm not saying I don't think Gidley is a good player - he most certainly is. But he wasn't the difference yesterday - Jarrod Mullen's return to form and a lack of Scott Prince was.
|=| NRL Tweet's Prediction: TITANS by 10 =  INCORRECT
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|=| MONDAY
RAIDERS10-18BULLDOGS
|=| Canberra Raiders 10: J Monaghan, J Thompson Tries; J Croker 1/2 Goals.
|=| Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs 18: J Morris, B Barba, L Patten Tries; B Goodwin 3/3 Goals.
|=| @NRLTweet Recap: No team can butcher so much possession & field position like the Raiders. Bulldogs score 18 points in opening 18 minutes & win 18-10.

|=| The NRL Tweet's Game Notes From Canberra:
|=| Disgusted with the Canberra performance tonight. Fan or not - the article tmw will be required reading as I pick the 'structure' apart.
|=| Loved what Canterbury brought to the table in opening 20 mins but Kevin Moore why the heck did you reign the game plan in thereafter?
|=| Biggest thing you notice with Terry Campese is he accepts his role is to run the show... not be a difference maker. Unacceptable.
|=| NRL Tweet's Prediction: RAIDERS by 6 =  INCORRECT
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|=| The NRL Tweet's 2010 Tipping Record To Date... 73/116 @ 63%!
|=| Round by Round:
5/8 - 6/8 - 7/8 - 6/8 - 5/8 - 5/8 - 5/8 - 6/8 - 1/4 - 6/8 - 3/5 - 5/7 - 5/8 - 2/5 - 4/7 - 2/8.
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|=| Round 16 Preview - Episode 26 Podcast June 23! |=|
What's on NOT THE FOOTY SHOW EPISODE 26?
1 > Nic & Waz headed to Leichhardt Oval on Sunday Afternoon for the Raiders v Tigers… we reveal the coming release of the NOT The Footy Show's 'Return to Leichhardt' Motion Picture.
2 > We start the ‘THAXXXX Bellamy!’ Campaign…
3 > An NRL Tweet Poll reveals the 2010 NRL Premiership Favourites as voted by Twitter!
4 > All the Round 15 Moments covering all the results including why Trent Hodkinson is cooler than the other side of the pillow…
5 > Three Big Talking Points -
     a > Mark Gasnier – has he or hasn’t he signed with the St.George-Illawarra Dragons? Plus who gets pushed out when Gasnier comes into the lineup?
     b > The Powers of the Video Ref – what should they be able to rule on vs. what they rule on now.
     c > Is the NRL catching up to the Twitter Revolution… are the NRL Clubs finally getting the idea that Twitter can make a massive difference to their connection to fans?
6 > NRL Tweet Player of the Year Leaderboard after 15 Rounds – Brett Finch breaks into the Top 3!!!
7 > Twitter Time - The NRL Tweet has a great follower base and not only do we discuss the findings of our Premiers’ Poll – but we podcast break the story of Parramatta CEO Paul Osborne getting busted for allegedly stealing from Woolworths!
8 > Plus all our Tips + Previews of NRL Round 16 + Tipping Records + Special Fried Rice Picks this week.
9 > Fantasy NRL Talk… not much stand alone wise but our Preview has some bits and pieces.
10 > Plus we give NRL Tactics a plug – 6:30pm Thursday Nights on Fox Sports!
Cheers Waz & Nic
NOT The Footy Show
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