Here we have the end of Friday night football between Penrith Panthers v’s Bulldogs with the final socre being 22 to 16 to the Penrith Panthers this was a very good game Pathers gotot 22 to 0 in front but the Bulldogs did not give up and you have to give them credit for that.
The Panthers again played very well as a team quite a few injuries for the Panthers from this game.
I have to say this the Bulldogs are keeping themselfs in teh picture for the finals but next week could be the big game for them so far this season as they play the Brisbane Broncos at Suncorp if the Broncos lose this game i think their season is over so they need a win next week.
Sam Perrett played his 200th NRL game tonight and in a losing team he played very well for his first game back.
In the end the panthers were a better team,bulldogs were unluck.
The man of the Match was:James Segeyaro.
Here we have the first half score and it is 6 to Nil,this has been a hard fought first half and the Panthers have done well to be in front,Interesting game a few chances but have not been able to take advantage of their chances,it was good to see Sam Perrett is back for the Bulldogs.
If this game keeps going this way it will be a close game but i do think in the last 10 to 15 minutes their will be quite a few points scored just because it has been so tight.
I think the Bulldogs can come back and win thsi game but we will see.
Here we hav ethe fulltime score between the Manly Sea-Eagles v’s Brisbane Broncos and the score was 16 to 4 to the Manly Sea-Eagles the Sea-Eagles were just to good at the 60 minute stage the possession rate was 55% to 45% to the Brisbane Broncos they should have been 10 to 12 points in front not at this stage being 4 points down,this was a great result for the sea eagles but as the Broncos this will be a bad loss,the Sea Eagles just prove why i do beleive the Sea-Eagles will be hard to beat in this years NRL Premiership.
Well this is a interesting game as it was suppose to be Manly Sea-Eagles v’s Brisbane Broncos at halftime the score is 4-all.
What is so interesting is when you turned the T.V on to watch the game its Parramatta v’s Broncos as that is the colour’s but the Sea-Eagles are wearing a jersey that is Blue and Yellow.
NRL are you lot a bunch of peanuts,as they should not allow this to happen and the reason for this if a working man has a wife & 2 Kids who follow the sea-eagles they will want this jersey but theses guys to not care that the average man working cannot afford to buy a new jersey every time a team wear a different jersey as some teams this year have upto 8 different jerseys and if someone was to buy them all at $159.99 that is $1279.92,this just shows the NRL does not care about the fans they just want to bleed every cent out of them and then you wonder why you are losing fan,Wake up before its to later.
This game is locked at 4-all and i do expect the Sea-Eagles to go on and win this game as they have dropped the ball a few times and they should have scored if they let their guard down the Broncos can win but they will need things to go their way.
How good is this,Winners of the 2014 Wesley Mission Brisbane’s Campaign for Change competition, Andrew and Leona Walker, joined the program to discuss their program “Rise Above”.
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Here is a little about what they do.
On a Wednesday night in Ipswich out at ST.Marys oval their can be anywhere from 30 to 40 odd kids out playing touch footy with Andrew Walker playing footy as well this guy is a Duel internation in Rugby League & Union him and his wife Leona are out their helping the kids of not only the ipswich area as it does not matter to them if someone needs help they are their to help them.After the footy most of the yooung men and woman go up the road the the community hall where their are a couple of pool tables and play pool or even table tennis.
You just need to come down and check out what is going on as the Bendigo Bank has given the kids water bottles just so they can fill it up and just keep living the dream.
If you come down and a wednesday night its no cost and even better this is touch footy the oldest person playing is 40 and the youngest is about 8 or 9,no-one does their cares where you come from but are interested in your journey in life.
One of the best things about this is their are kids,men,young ladies as well,so if you are in the area why not drop down and have a game of footy.
Here we have the butter buns the best in town,you buy theses from a Bakery in Fortitude valley at Cheung’s Bakery they are really really good.
Theses are butter buns.Fortitude valley is one hour by train from Ipswich as someone was going into town we got them to pick up for one was for a friend Sarah but Matt ate hers,their is one for me my wife and a friend of hers if she is lucky so if you are in the valley in Brisbane go and try one of theses they are that bad that you will be lining up for more they are that good.
In Ipswich today the V8 Transporters Parade throught Ipswich today which is great to see,all i can say is that just watching some of theses transporters all i can say is WOW.
But today we added something a little special on this day.
At approx 9:15 today Ian from the Queensland Motor Sports Museum came and saw me and said how good would it be if we could dispaly the Replica 1978 Torana of the Brock,Richards car this is a great car so as this parade was coming throught Ipswich at approx 12:30 i made one phone call to Pat O’Doherty who told me who to talk to and what i needed to make sure we have ticketed all the boxes,so this started the day and a big thanks to Andrew Antoniolli and Sharryn for their big effort to make this happen as this would just add to the day and bring out something a little different,today it was crazy and i would say without the help of Andrew and Sharryn.
This is where Thank You just does not do it justice and also to Mr D.Baker from Ipswich Council who saw this would be good for the people Ipswich and the good thing is this car will be in Autographed Memorabilia on Sunday August the 31st from 9am to 2pm.