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Wests Tigers v Brisbane Broncos

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Andrew Sonter

Corey Oates scores for the Broncos.

Corey Oates scores for the Broncos. Photo: Getty Images

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  • Is Mick Potter kidding? He "struggled to see how that was a penalty". Most obvious penalty of the year.

    If the roles were reversed, he would have expected a penalty. Don't embarrass yourself Mick.

    Also it's becoming boring how every coach on the losing side inevitably talks about bad refereeing. Predicable and boring

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    Muzza
    Date and time
    May 25, 2014, 9:22AM
    • West Tigers generally attracts 6000 fans to their home games .Trust the Broncos to attract an additional 10,000 fans for this game. Little wonder the NRL needs this team on Friday nights to increase ratings.

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      DP
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      May 24, 2014, 9:31PM
      • You must be a Queenslander to write anything so stupid. Are you seriously suggesting 10,000 Brisbane supporters flew down to Sydney for this game? You are the very definition of imbecility

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        curaeus
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        May 25, 2014, 3:15PM

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