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  • Should players and officials be allowed to place bets on AFL matches they are not involved in?

    May 07, 2010

    Should players and officials be allowed to place bets on AFL matches they are not involved in?

    • Yes

      51%

    • No

      49%

    Total votes - 102

  • What do you think about the severity of the NRL's punishment of Melbourne Storm's salary cap breaches?

    Apr 25, 2010

    What do you think about the severity of the NRL's punishment of Melbourne Storm's salary cap breaches?

    • Spot on

      16.3%

    • Too harsh

      70.7%

    • Too soft

      13%

    Total votes - 208

  • Should mobile phones be permitted for use as a coaching tool during AFL matches?

    Apr 12, 2010

    Should mobile phones be permitted for use as a coaching tool during AFL matches?

    • Yes

      36.5%

    • No

      63.5%

    Total votes - 96

  • Who do you think will win the 2010 AFL premiership?

    Mar 24, 2010

    Who do you think will win the 2010 AFL premiership?

    • Geelong

      18.5%

    • Hawthorn

      2.6%

    • St Kilda

      14.1%

    • Western Bulldogs

      20.6%

    • Collingwood

      21.5%

    • Other

      22.8%

    Total votes - 666

  • Which Round 1 AFL match at the MCG are you most looking forward to?

    Mar 22, 2010

    Which Round 1 AFL match at the MCG are you most looking forward to?

    • Richmond v Carlton

      47%

    • Geelong v Essendon

      28.8%

    • Melbourne v Hawthorn

      24.2%

    Total votes - 132

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