It was largely a fantastic weekend across the board with a host of analysts coming out on top.
At The Track
- Jaameh ($5.50) bounced back to form with a strong run
- Smart Melody ($2.80) was too good down the straight to start the day with 2 winners from 2 races
- Furrion ($2.10) proved a class above in the last at Flemington
- Mantime ($2.60) with a huge run to finish things off in Perth
It was a great way to finish off a massive week for members, with over $3,500 profit from Sunday to Sunday.
The ever-consistent Mark Rhoden doesn’t look like slowing down any time soon as NSW Winners members were treated to another day of profit:
- Sei Stella ($4.40) massive run out in front
- Trekking ($3.30) finished the day off in style
$475 profit for members to take the total profit since September last year to a massive $11,970.
- Brutal ($3.00) defied the drift to get the chocolates
- Furrion ($2.10) finished things off in style
2 winners from 3 races made for $460 profit to continue a solid start to Spring.
Captain Courageous ($6.50) led all the way at Newcastle to give Trial Spy members a winning weekend with $300 profit.
There was success out West as well, with Seconda Vita ($3.90) saluting in Race 2 at Belmont to give WA Winners members a winning day.
Barby’s Bets members had a tough Saturday with four bets failing to hit the mark, before a winning Sunday thanks to Atomic Lokade ($2.60) helped alleviate the pain a little.
A slow Saturday was followed by a successful Sunday for NZ Tips members, with both selections running the Quinella as Easy M’Lady ($3.60) led home Red Jakkal ($3.60) in an easy watch.
At The Footy
Heartbreak for AFL Tips members with one of the worst beats of the year.
A hefty play on Collingwood (-10.5) went down in flames as Adam Tomlinson steered through a goal in the final minute to cut the margin back to the final margin of 10 points – a big win just seconds away but instead becoming a nightmare.
Things were better for AFL Specials members, with a goal on the halftime siren to Jordan De Goey covering a -4.5 1st half line for the Pies, while Taylor Adams (under 27.5) was somewhat subdued to finish with 24 possessions.
That meant a winning weekend despite both bets in Melbourne’s win over Hawthorn falling short.
Things were solid for Steve Green’s NRL Tips as well, leaving some recent struggles behind for a profitable weekend.
Penrith and Cronulla played out a 21-20 thriller as bets on both Penrith (+2.5) and total score over 38 saluted. A small play on the scores to be tied after 80 minutes at a whopping $23 came agonisingly close to fruition.
Another thriller on Saturday night saw Souths break the hearts of Dragons fans all around the country in a last-gasp 13-12 victory. Members were pleased with a play on the Dragons +13.5 never looking in doubt.
Meanwhile, two Futures bets on Adam Reynolds (at $9 and $4) to be the top point-scorer of the finals scored all 13 of his side’s points to shoot five clear of his nearest rival ahead of the preliminary finals.
NFL Tips members kept things rolling with another winning week, going 4-2 across 6 playe to move along to 11-2 overall so far:
- Cincinnati (+1) were superb against Baltimore to kick off the weekend right
- Kansas City and Pittsburgh (over 51.5) played out a score-fest in an easy watch
- Jacksonville (+1) upset New England in impressive fashion
- Dallas and New York Giants (under 43) was a dour contest but members certainly won’t mind
Another $430 profit for Week 2’s matches takes the season tally to over $2,000 profit across the first fortnight.
NFL Prime Time is currently break even across 2 games this week, going 5-5 in 10 plays. One more match to come tomorrow will determine whether members see another winning weekend following Week 1’s success.
A very strong weekend overall and certainly one that we’ll take. Of course, one weekend means nothing over the long-term and all of our analysts will look ahead to build into Spring.
Cameron O’Brien was the star of the show this week for Key Bets members, finding 12 winners and making over $3,500 profit.
Again, the goal is always long-term, but that is certainly a fantastic launching pad into a big Spring racing carnival. You can join him and get on board for the ride: