Posted by Towser - March 25, 2012 - Updates - No Comments

It was a glory, glory evening in the Kennel last night as Fots and Towser celebrated the victorious Sky Blues and Shrews. Several glasses of red went south and the euphoria was especially prevalent in the Ricoh camp. For the first time in months they have real hope of survival though the smart dosh is still on them taking the drop. Interest today is in the Blue Noses who take on the Bluebirds at St. Andrews. Both sides having a bit of a wobble recently and surely a draw would not suit either outfit. With this in mind we have a confident advice of both teams to score in this one. Good odds on Betfair and get in front before lunch by lumping on.

The golf report from yesterday was a six and five victory for Towser and his partner. Only one over par by the thirteenth and that was good enough to instigate the handshaking. The wedge play seems to be back to the levels of ten years ago and the rest of the game is also in good shape and this has resulted in a call up to the club representative squads. Naturally any clash with Shrews fixtures would mean unavailability but nevertheless things are looking good at this early stage of the golfing season.

Towsers resurgence to golfing prowess is being mirrored by that of El Tigre. Though we still abhor some of his on-course behaviour, the fact is that his game is slowly but surely returning to the level at which he can compete in the top events. He leads going into the final round of Arnie’s event at Bay Hill and will certainly close it out if he is going to be a major factor at Augusta in two weeks time. However Towser is all over this event and sees our boy GMac coming out on top this evening, as he did against El Tigre the last time they went head to head in the Yanks back yard. The other two ball advices for this evening are strong so I urge the multiple factor here.

The cricket in Sri Lanka gets underway tomorrow and there is a Zonk deluge to be made here. The prevailing conditions mean that the bat will certainly dominate the ball, and a draw is going to be the result. The Sri Lankan attack is not strong but the batting is just the opposite and following a good recent tour Down Under they will give our lads a stern test. Again the odds on the draw are very enticing so get involved.




The Championship

Both Teams To Score    Birmingham/Cardiff   100Zonks    1.91   Betfair


Bay Hill 2 Balls

16.55   Rollins to beat Furyk     120Zonks      2.82    Betfair

17.05   Owen to beat  Teater    120Zonks      2.16   Betfair

18.55    Poulter  to  beat  Els    100Zonks  2.52    Betfair

19.05   Macdowell   to  beat  Woods    100Zonks    2.8    Betfair



First Test  Sri Lanka/England    140Zonks   Draw    2.28    Betfair




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