Couldn't do it. Despite the rhetoric in my ladder posts I have put the money on us.
Is Vuna in the 17? Had a dream (alcohol induced) last night about the game and in it he had a blinder. Don't know the result though.
Can't say I'm particularly prophetic but dreams (as well as being free) are supposed to be either right on the money or 180 opposite. Flip of the coin but I would like to come on post match and say I told you so.
With you Janfin, Warriors by 6 and Vuna 3x tries plus MoM.
I’m without hope today unfortunately for the first time this season, last week broke me as a supporter especially after seeing how bad Penrith were against the Sharks.
I’ll try my best to jinx the shit out of it by tipping and betting on the Broncs though.
No optimism here, cos i have been disappointed too many times before.
I dont want much.
Just a 54-0 thrashing of the ponies would make me a happy man. Followed of course by another hefty score next week to lift us sky-high up the ladder, then only 1 close loss and a bunch of Ws for the rest of the season to give us the top spot.
Stunning day in Brissy!
Always look forward to this game every year but I’m not overly optimistic after last weeks sham and the some of the blowout scores we’ve copped this year.
There’s always hope against the Ponies at Suncorp though, the boys have a habit of lifting there.
It’s gonna be a dry and fast track today, good chance of a big score (not against us I hope!!)
Heading off to the ground now, C’MON BOYS!!
In the last couple of weeks so many close games have gone against the Warriors to compound our loses such as Manly v Melbourne last night. I'm not going to list them all but the last couple of weeks there has been heaps of them
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