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NRL 2013: Round 6 Tips Late Mail Predictions Preview | #nrlsydcby #nrlbrinql #NRLLateMail #NRLDT #Supercoach

ROUND 6 TIPS and LATE MAIL
Plus The Postman's NRL Dream Team/NRL Super Coach Picks

2013 NRL Premiership

By W D Nicolson - April 10, 2013


MORE LATEST OF LATE MAIL ADDED THROUGHOUT ROUND
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ALL EXPERT PICKS AND SPECIAL FRIED RICE ALL UPLOADED


@Horry37
So the favourites are letting us down...

For noted Rankings Slave and Awesome Foursome Tipping Leader Jake Haurtiz, the sudden departure of favourites from winning 6 or 7 games each weekend is killing his tipping percentage.

"Yes yes, the highly anticipated upset round finally hit... and hit hard," Hauritz tells www.wdnicolson.com while getting his Tracy Grimshaw-like dose of make-up applied before his Sports Report on Channel 9 Darwin this evening.

"I managed to get Manly over Canterbury in what I thought was the hardest tip of the round... how wrong I was."

Hauritz started 1/1 before dropping the Titans, Sharks, Knights and Raiders over the rest of the weekend, but he is determined to stick to his so far mostly winning formula (he was at 75% through four weeks) - despite forecasting gloom for tipsters in the coming weeks.

"As teams start to work out each other's style and get their early season kinks out of the system, tipping is going to get tougher.

"And while Melbourne and Souths are usually a safe bet (oh wait, they play each other this week so there goes that system), early season easy-beats the Dragons, Raiders and Warriors are catching up to the pack. Which throws a sickening question into the back of your mind: 'Can they do it again?'"

This is NOT Jake Hauritz eating caviar
Hauritz pauses for a moment for a taste of black caviar on a peppered cracker, before resuming the interview.

"Now note that the Raiders play the Warriors this weekend, so yet another system is flawed. Keep that in mind as well as where you sit on the tipping ladder.

"If you are sitting pretty up top, as I am, I have no problem picking a favourite.

"It's most likely got you this far right? So let others try to tip the upset to catch you... However, the upsets will come far more often now the feeling out process is done - so the mission tipsters is 'What upset do you choose?'"

As if to mull that question himself, Hauritz takes a sip of his chilled white wine to cleanse his pallet.

"Gee that's good. Now where was I?

"Ah yes, my advice to loyal readers here is: Don't panic.

"If you are sitting a few back, don't tick the upset box with reckless abandon, simply find one or maybe two upsets you are confident on and go... After all, upset week can't be every week can it?"

Jake Hauritz can be founding sipping wine and eating caviar on Channel 9 Darwin every weeknight.

Remember www.wdnicolson.com your Weekly Recap of things that matter in Rugby League with the 5th Complete Set right here.

Once again The Postman is back with a couple of NRL Dream Team and NRL Super Coach picks for you to consider entering Round 6.
For our analysis of Tuesday team selections for Round 6 - click here.

Continue reading below for the Round 6 Tipping Preview.

@NRLTweet Player of the Year - Round 5 Results here
Voting Allocation for Round 6 of the NRL is below.

As far as Late Mail goes the rolling lockout for all you NRL Dream Team and NRL Super Coach nerds should have allowed you to make any last minute changes quite easily, but once again our Latest of Late Mail should help in any selections you make before the round begins.

If you want a rundown on how your team has travelled through the opening month of the season - check out our Best of March Feature published earlier last week.

Below you'll find the Round 6 Tipping Preview with our heavily researched Latest of Late Mail going up from Thursday morning onwards. Keep track of game-day Late Mail via #NRLLateMail.
NRL TIPPING PREVIEW + LATE MAIL
ROUND 6 2013
Wednesday Odds Courtesy of Sportingbet | NRL LADDER
Friday 7:45pm at Suncorp Stadium
BRONCOS $1.91 v $1.91 COWBOYS
FOOTYTABNQL +1.5
Tuesday Teams Analysed on NRL Injured List
@NRLTweet Player of the Year Award Voters:
Matthew Duncan @mrpeninsula Ben Jones @benwah87 |
Track live round votes via #NRLTweetPOTY
@NRLTweet's PREDICTION:
Brisbane played well to beat the Titans - a decent feat given they were without Sam Thaiday and Josh McGuire up front at Gold Coast's strength is their pack. While the Cowboys were played back into some sort of form by the woeful Panthers. I really don't think the Cowboys gained a great deal from their win in Townsville outside of 2 points (which admittedly is handy) and if the Broncos start well I can see North Queensland imploding with errors as they have in the last month. Brisbane get my tip by 4 points, but they are certainly not strong favourites.
BRONCOS:
Josh McGuire can't be far away, while Matt Gillett and Jack Reed re-signing is a boost (though not Late Mail related, worth mentioning). The Broncos bench is starting to look decent and if you add McGuire for Slyney - better than average.
LATE UPDATE? Justin Hodges and the newly re-signed Matt Gillett have a virus but expect to play. No new word on McGuire yet - he won't play.
The Postman's DT/SC TIP: Another full dose next week, our Best 6 Tips will be on the site Thursday.
COWBOYS:
Plenty of changes already from the team named on Tuesday. Ashley Graham returns for Kalifa Fai-Fai Loa, Dallas Johnson will miss this week after a concussion and there's a chance Jason Taumalolo will get a rest this weekend in QLD Cup. That would see Gavin Cooper start at lock and probably Joel Riethmuller or Ashton Sims get a run on the bench for Taumalolo - though his absence is NOT confirmed.
LATE UPDATE? Would still not be surprised to see Ashton Sims play against his old club... okay another raft of - some predicted above - changes. Matt Bowen is the big casualty with knee soreness, so Clint Greenshields comes in for him, Taumalolo to QLD Cup, Riethmuller starts.
The Postman's DT/SC TIP: Another full dose next week, our Best 6 Tips will be on the site Thursday.
If you have a DT/SC question grab The Postman on Twitter @NRLTweet and I'll answer there.
Friday 7:45pm at Allianz Stadium
ROOSTERS $1.70 v $2.20 BULLDOGS
FOOTYTABCBY +2.5
Tuesday Teams Analysed on NRL Injured List
@NRLTweet Player of the Year Award Voters:
Warrick Nicolson @NRLTweet Matt Spillane @devonhead |
Track live round votes via #NRLTweetPOTY
@NRLTweet's PREDICTION:
It's not really a grudge match on Friday given no Bulldogs remain who were SBW's team-mates in 2008, but it should still be an entertaining one. The Roosters had their Round 5 match with Canberra in the bag at halftime but let the Raiders get a sniff and whooshka - dropped to 3-2. The Dogs on the other hand aren't playing well - particularly in attack, and Ben Barba is clearly rusty. I gave the Dogs hope last week against Manly and they let me down, plus SBW and James Maloney are a combination I am seriously in love with - so Roosters by 6. 
PS. If the crowd isn't over 30,000 then Dogs fans obviously don't dislike SBW like they say they do.
ROOSTERS:
Daniel Tupou should return for Michael Oldfield, while Issac Lui might miss out if Luke O'Donnell, Aidan Guerra and Boyd Cordner prove their fitness. Sonny Bill Williams is in no doubt injury wise, but there are conspiracy theorists who say he might have a week off and that won;t be announced til an hour before kick-off so it doesn't impact the crowd - but I stress I don't believe this. Yet it's interesting nonetheless.
LATE UPDATE? Roosters 1-17, so Lui and Oldfield miss out.
The Postman's DT/SC TIP: Another full dose next week, our Best 6 Tips will be on the site Thursday.
BULLDOGS:
The Dogs expect Ben Barba (hand/ankle) to play, though Drury Low will likely be on standby. David Klemmer needs an injury or late withdrawal to go from 18th man to a bench player. Tim Lafai is expected to get another chance after a poor performance at right centre last week (his left arm carry killed him against Jamie Lyon).
LATE UPDATE? Will Canterbury finally give Trent Hodkinson another run? YES THEY WILL. Kris Keating has been ruled out according to the Tele's Tyson Otto - so plug him in for Keating. Barba will play.
The Postman's DT/SC TIP: Another full dose next week, our Best 6 Tips will be on the site Thursday.
If you have a DT/SC question grab The Postman on Twitter @NRLTweet and I'll answer there.
Saturday 5:35pm at Hunter Stadium
KNIGHTS $1.20 v $4.75 PANTHERS
FOOTYTABPEN +12.5
Tuesday Teams Analysed on NRL Injured List
@NRLTweet Player of the Year Award Voters:
Matt Vickers @mercurialmattyv Justin Davies @dragonpunk12 |
Track live round votes via #NRLTweetPOTY
@NRLTweet's PREDICTION:
The Knights didn't play badly in their loss to the Dragons, but they still let two points slip against an inferior opponent. When we get to the end of the season - that result might hurt. But that's a bit dramatic - we're only through five rounds after all. But if you want dramatic - should the Knights get beat by the Panthers at home to drop to 3-3, they'll have already put two bad losses into the right hand column... not ideal. Penrith will be better than they were last week - they went to Townsville with no one expecting them to beat the Cowboys but I'm still surprised they got towled up as easily as they did in the opening minutes. They'll bounce back this weekend, but the Knights should still win on the back of their playmakers. Knights by 10 points.
KNIGHTS:
Danny Buderus would be a welcome inclusion to spell Kurt Gidley (or all him to move to lock), but he is still 50/50 with continued back spasms. Matt Hilder could replace Buderus on game-day, should Wayne Bennett want a utility on his bench. Anthony Quinn won't return, so Timana Tahu stays in the centres.
LATE UPDATE? Buderus is OUT. Looks like Joseph Leilua will start at right centre with Alex McKinnon going to the bench and Neville Costigan or Adam Cuthbertson missing out. Travis Waddell should make the final bench as cover for Gidley.
The Postman's DT/SC TIP: Another full dose next week, our Best 6 Tips will be on the site Thursday.
PANTHERS:
Luke Walsh might be rushed back... neither Blake Austin or Tom Humble showed much in limited field position against the Cowboys. Would not be surprised to see a new face or two on the bench come game day, with Clint Newton under the most pressure.
LATE UPDATE? Talk around the traps has Naiqama at fullback, Whare to the centres and it looks like Luke Walsh is back with Blake Austin playing NSW Cup and Walsh isn't. Tighe misses out, Brown goes to the centres and Matt Robinson is the new bench player.
The Postman's DT/SC TIP: Another full dose next week, our Best 6 Tips will be on the site Thursday.
If you have a DT/SC question grab The Postman on Twitter @NRLTweet and I'll answer there.
Saturday 7:35pm at Canberra Stadium
RAIDERS $1.52 v $2.60 WARRIORS
FOOTYTABWAR +6.5
Tuesday Teams Analysed on NRL Injured List
@NRLTweet Player of the Year Award Voters:
Greg Delaney @gregdelaney84 Warrick Nicolson @NRLTweet |
Track live round votes via #NRLTweetPOTY
@NRLTweet's PREDICTION:
Yes Canberra got back into the game last Sunday... but they had literally ALL the ball for most of the second half agaisnt the Roosters. With that kind of possession they should beat any team bar about four really. Still they did win, and the key part is they won at home. The Warriors on the other hand hit the lead late against the Bunnies but let in a soft try to lose by 2 points. It's a worry for Matt Elliott, because who knows how much confidence his troops may have taken from beating the Cowboys and Bunnies back to back... Last year I picked against Canberra in a similar situation - it's the Raiders this time by 8 points. Oh and Terry Campese being back helps.
RAIDERS:
Terry Campese is set to play, it'll be down to which of Joe Picker or Anthony Milford is picked by David Furner on game-day. Glen Buttriss and Joel Thompson are unlikely to play, with the club explaining they are being given another week off to get back to 100%.
LATE UPDATE? Terry Campese has been training at five-eighth, so expect Matt McIlwrick to stat at hooker and then Josh McCrone move into the #9 when Campo comes on.
The Postman's DT/SC TIP: Another full dose next week, our Best 6 Tips will be on the site Thursday.
WARRIORS:
Given this is an away game - don't be surprised if the Warriors take a few extra players to Canberra - most likely Seb Ikahihifo. Ben Henry is 18th man at the moment, while Jacob Lillyman hopes to play after missing last week with an ankle injury. Elijah Taylor has a rib problem as well and is in doubt. Jerome Ropati will play NSW Cup, while Dane Nielsen may yet return from a rib injury this week.
LATE UPDATE? Dane Nielsen will play, so either Tupou or Laumape miss out. Taylor and Lillyman are a million to one, so Ben Henry and Ikahihifo should come in. Steve Rapira may be 18th man.
The Postman's DT/SC TIP: Another full dose next week, our Best 6 Tips will be on the site Thursday.
If you have a DT/SC question grab The Postman on Twitter @NRLTweet and I'll answer there.
Saturday 7:45pm at ANZ Stadium
RABBITOHS $2.08 v $1.77 STORM
FOOTYTABSOU +2.5
Tuesday Teams Analysed on NRL Injured List
@NRLTweet Player of the Year Award Voters:
Ben Hoese @gunnermcdagget Matt Trodden @trods2906 |
Track live round votes via #NRLTweetPOTY
@NRLTweet's PREDICTION:
Let's hope this lives up to its status as game of the year (so far). Both are unbeaten and barring an extra time draw - we'll have a soul leader on the ladder six rounds in. That's just one sub-plot - the Storm influence on the Bunnies is signifcant but the game itself is all that matters. Right now Melbourne are coming off their most lethargic effort (they still won) against the Tigers, while the Bunnies were pushed all the way by the Warriors. If the Storm weren't premiers - it'd be a toss of the coin job, but they are and I'll stick by them - Melbourne by 4 points.
RABBITOHS:
Dave Tyrrell is a candidate to miss after a head knock last week. Michael Crocker or Jason Clark would get the call.
LATE UPDATE? The Tyrrell for Crocker switch is still the quiet tip.
The Postman's DT/SC TIP: Another full dose next week, our Best 6 Tips will be on the site Thursday.
STORM:
With seven players on an extended bench - who knows what Craig Bellamy will decide to go with. Actually like Brett Finch's chances to playing in such a big game, with Lagi Setu the man most likely to miss out if he does. Billy Slater has a sore foot but Melbourne claim the moon boot he was wearing was precautionary... we'll see.
LATE UPDATE? Slater should play, with Ben Hampton out of the 17 entirely if he does. Expect Finch to make the final bench.
The Postman's DT/SC TIP: Another full dose next week, our Best 6 Tips will be on the site Thursday.
If you have a DT/SC question grab The Postman on Twitter @NRLTweet and I'll answer there.
Sunday 2:00pm at Brookvale Oval
SEA EAGLES $1.26 v $4.00 SHARKS
FOOTYTABCRO +8.5
Tuesday Teams Analysed on NRL Injured List
@NRLTweet Player of the Year Award Voters:
Maria Tsialis @mtsialis Ben Hoese @gunnermcdagget |
Track live round votes via #NRLTweetPOTY
@NRLTweet's PREDICTION:
Cronulla relinquished all benefit of the doubt in games against good sides when they lost to the Eels at Parramatta Stadium last weekend. So basically that means I'm tipping Manly. The Sea Eagles aren't quite firing on all cylinders despite their 4-1 start, but they have a halves combo that has the Jeff Robson-Chad Townsend mix covered and the packs are likely to cancel each other out. Manly by 10 points is the logical pick.
SEA EAGLES:
Manly should be 1-17, the introduction of Glenn Stewart is still likely two or three weeks away.
LATE UPDATE? No Glenn Stewart... we think. David Williams is out, replaced by Peta Hiku.
The Postman's DT/SC TIP: Another full dose next week, our Best 6 Tips will be on the site Thursday.
SHARKS:
Wade Graham's move back to the bench makes sense, he's lacked spark starting the past two weeks. Ben Pomeroy didn't finish the game against the Eels, so he might be in some doubt - Jonathan or Matt Wright are likely on standby for him. Jayson Bukuya, Mark Taufua or Sam Tagataese will get the final bench spot.
LATE UPDATE? After hearing the NSW coach question his position in the team, will Todd Carney try and make a quick return from a foot injury? Wouldn't rule it out. Final bench spot still up for grabs. No change in final team.
The Postman's DT/SC TIP: Another full dose next week, our Best 6 Tips will be on the site Thursday.
If you have a DT/SC question grab The Postman on Twitter @NRLTweet and I'll answer there.
Sunday 3:05pm at Sydney Cricket Ground
TIGERS $2.35 v $1.62 DRAGONS
FOOTYTABWTG +1.5
Tuesday Teams Analysed on NRL Injured List
@NRLTweet Player of the Year Award Voters:
Adrian McMurray @adrmcm Matt Spillane @devonhead |
Track live round votes via #NRLTweetPOTY
@NRLTweet's PREDICTION:
The Tigers put it to the Storm in Melbourne... but lost. The Dragons did enough to make it back to back wins over the Sharks and Knights and enter the game as favourites. Hard to read either team, as the Dragons aren't going that superbly and the Tigers probably aren't going as badly as their last two losses to Manly and Melbourne suggest - a heck of a lot of teams will lose that back to back scheduling nightmare. The fitness of Benji Marshall is the crucial element here | Well it was when this article went live, by 4:45pm Wednesday he was ruled out with 'turf toe' until Round 9. So what to do?
Well I have been burned by the Dragons already this year, so I'm still leaning towards tipping the Tigers by 2 points at the SCG. Robbie Farah is the game breaker at this stage... but I could certainly change (watch this space).
TIGERS:
The story all week will be Benji Marshall's toe. He says he wants to play... we'll see (NUP HE'S OUT!). Mick Potter can either bring Jacob Miller back from NSW Cup, promote Curtis Sironen from NYC or more likely - move Tim Molten into the halves and push James Tedesco to fullback and bring Matt Utai back on the wing. Liam Fulton hopes to overcome a leg injury to play, while Bodene Thompson is suspended for this week but Adam Blair beat a one week suspension at the NRL Jokediciary on Wednesday night and will play.
LATE UPDATE? We've covered the adjustment with Marshall out, going with the latter option as what would probably be smart but the coach did pick Jacob Miller to start the year so... Fulton should play, while any number of fringe forwards are in contention for the bench.
The Postman's DT/SC TIP: Another full dose next week, our Best 6 Tips will be on the site Thursday.
DRAGONS:
Jason Nightingale will play fullback in all likelihood but don't rule out Josh Drinkwater getting a run on the bench again ahead of one of Jack de Belin or Michael Henderson and Damien Cook (a hooker). Michael Weyman is another couple of weeks away. The other possibility is that young Adam Quinlan who carved up the NYC late last year might play fullback and Nightingale go to the wing... after all - Quinlan has not been named in any team after playing fullback in NSW Cup the last few weeks. Interesting.
LATE UPDATE? The Quinlan to fullback theory has some legs... unless the Dragons confirm he's actually injured.
The Postman's DT/SC TIP: Another full dose next week, our Best 6 Tips will be on the site Thursday. 
If you have a DT/SC question grab The Postman on Twitter @NRLTweet and I'll answer there.
Sunday 6:35pm at Skilled Park
TITANS $1.64 v $2.30 EELS
FOOTYTABPAR +4.5
Tuesday Teams Analysed on NRL Injured List
@NRLTweet Player of the Year Award Voters:
Nigel Wilbow @parramatters Matthew Duncan @mrpeninsula |
Track live round votes via #NRLTweetPOTY
@NRLTweet's PREDICTION:
Oh the Titans... got toweled up in the second half by the Broncos as favourites at home, lost Aidan Sezer before kick-off and Albert Kelly, Brad Takairangi, Ben Ridge and Matt Srama to injury during the game. And then Dave Taylor gets relegated to QLD Cup for insubordination... so how will they respond? Honestly, right now I think John Cartwright's team might be made of sterner stuff this year. If Kelly can't play then I worry about their playmaking ability but I think that pack is still strong enough to match and overcome the Eels. Or it's more likely I still don't rate the Eels in 2013 despite a 2-3 record... if they come good on the Gold Coast then, and only then, I might give them tipping respect. But until then Titans by 6.
TITANS:
This is just a repost from the Team Analysis - but for good reason.
Aidan Sezer is still out with a hamstring strain, Albert Kelly is about 20/80 with a knee injury, Brad Takairangi re-injured his hamstring, Matt Srama is out with a shoulder injury and Ben Ridge is out with a pectoral injury. Oh and Dave Taylor broke team rules and will miss a fortnight (but play QLD Cup). In come Steve Michaels at centre, Beau Henry at five-eighth, Beau Falloon at hooker, Luke O'Dwyer in the second row and bring Mark Minichiello and Anthony Don onto the bench. Jordan Rankin is thought to be on standby for Kelly.
LATE UPDATE? The Titans lose another player - Beau Falloon is out with appendicitis  Sam Irwin a converted halfback will most likely play hooker. But I wouldn't rule Matt Srama out quite yet, while Brad Takairangi and even Aidan Sezer remain very remote chances - but chances nonetheless. Kelly remains a game time decision - but will probably play. New chat has Don onto the wing, Mead to centre, Idris to the backrow and Harrison starting at hooker... it is just chat though - but sounds like a Cartwright-like shuffle.
The Postman's DT/SC TIP: Another full dose next week, our Best 6 Tips will be on the site Thursday.
EELS:
Wouldn't be surprised if Jacob Loko returns to the team after missing last week - best I can tell he wasn't seriously hurt last week but the Eels haven't mentioned him at all on their website this week... a starting lineup change is also likely - but Cheyse Blair or Vai Toutai are the only ones under threat by Loko's return.
LATE UPDATE? Parra reckon Loko is still suffering from a virus, so Toutai holds his spot for at least one more week... maybe.
The Postman's DT/SC TIP: Another full dose next week, our Best 6 Tips will be on the site Thursday.
If you have a DT/SC question grab The Postman on Twitter @NRLTweet and I'll answer there.
 What are your tips for Round 6? 
Think you'll take any advice from our Awesome Foursome panel this year?
Let us know by commenting below or replying on Twitter.

@NRLTWEET's 2013 TIPPING RECORD 
TIPPING TOTAL AFTER 5 ROUNDS - 24/40 @ 60.0%
FOOTYTAB TOTAL AFTER 5 ROUNDS - 20/40 @ 50.0%
SPECIAL FRIED RICE involves each tipster taking a 'certainty' in a set order, with the tipster with the highest score at the end of the year literally winning a mountain of Special Fried Rice. The SFR Order rotates every week and is a fun way to put your rice where your mouth is.
ROUND 6 SELECTIONS | The Awesome Foursome
@NRLTweet
Warrick D. Nicolson, The NRL Tweet
TIPPING:
Broncos Roosters Knights Raiders Storm Sea Eagles Tigers Titans
LW: 4/8 | SEASON: 24/40
FOOTYTAB:
BRI -1.5 SYD -2.5 PEN +12.5 CAN -6.5
MEL -2.5 MAN -8.5 WTG +1.5 GLD -4.5
LW: 3/8 | SEASON: 20/40
Special Fried Rice: SEA EAGLES over Sharks (Has 3rd Pick)
Season SFR: 3/5
CAN4 CBY3 SOU2 MEL1 CRO4 MAN3
TIPPING:
Broncos Bulldogs Knights Raiders Storm Sea Eagles Tigers Eels
LW: 6/8 | SEASON: 24/40
FOOTYTAB:
BRI -1.5 CBY +2.5 PEN +12.5 WAR +6.5
MEL -2.5 CRO +8.5 WTG +1.5 PAR +4.5
LW: 4/8 | SEASON: 20/40
Special Fried Rice: STORM over Rabbitohs (Has 1st Pick)
Season SFR: 3/5 
SOU2 SOU1 MAN4 PAR3 NQL2 MEL1

@Horry37
Jake Hauritz, Channel 9 Darwin
TIPPING:
Cowboys Roosters Knights Raiders Rabbitohs Sea Eagles Dragons Eels
LW: 4/8 | SEASON: 28/40
FOOTYTAB:
NQL +1.5 SYD -2.5 PEN +12.5 CAN -6.5
SOU +2.5 MAN -8.5 STI -1.5 PAR +4.5
LW: 2/8 | SEASON: 21/40
Special Fried Rice: RAIDERS over Warriors (Has 4th Pick)
Season SFR: 4/5
MEL1 BRI4 MEL3 CRO2 MEL1 CAN4

@mrDC
DC Chapman, League Lover
TIPPING:
Cowboys Roosters Knights Raiders Rabbitohs Sea Eagles Dragons Eels
LW: 3/8 | SEASON: 18/40
FOOTYTAB:
NQL +1.5 SYD -2.5 NEW -12.5 WAR +6.5
SOU +2.5 MAN -8.5 STI -1.5 PAR +4.5
LW: 2/8 | SEASON: 12/40
Special Fried Rice: KNIGHTS over Panthers (Has 2nd Pick)
Season SFR: 5/5
NEW3 MAN2 CRO1 NEW4 SOU3 NEW2


The NRL Injury List is updated regularly during each week of the season, making it an invaluable Fantasy and Tipping Tool alongside our Weekly NRL Previews once again.

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Who will take Ben Barba's mantle as champion in the 2013 @NRLTweet Player of the Year Awards?

The Prestigious Award returns for a 4th season in 2013.


@NRLTweet Player of the Year Award Voters:
Warrick Nicolson @NRLTweet | Nigel Wilbow @parramatters
Justin Davies @dragonpunk12 | Greg Delaney @gregdelaney84
Matt Spillane @devonhead | Matt Trodden @trods2906
Matt Vickers @mercurialmattyv | Ben Hoese @gunnermcdagget
Adrian McMurray @adrmcm | Matthew Duncan @mrpeninsula
Maria Tsialis @mtsialis | Ben Jones @benwah87

Review all of the voting results from 2012 right here

Remember you can track all the votes each week after each match in 2013 via the Twitter hashtag #nrltweetpoty

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