analysis: Brad Fittler and New South Wales bet their State of Origin lives on Penrith and won

Two NSW State of Origin players celebrate a try

ABC Sport

The collective noun for a group of panthers is a claw but there’s never been a sighting of a claw of panthers in the wild.

That’s because panthers are solitary creatures. They do not travel in packs — unless, of course, they’re the kind of panthers that come from Penrith.

Betting on Penrith has been an easy way to make money over the last two and a half seasons, so in hindsight it shouldn’t be so surprising that New South Wales came up trumps after staking their Origin lives on one particular claw of Panthers.

Brad Fittler picked seven current Panthers for Origin II in Perth, and in…

Read more…

Have Your Say

We acknowledge and pay our respects to the Traditional Owners of country throughout Australia

RNA Raiders Archive
Raidercast est. 2009 as
Terms & Conditions of Use