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  • Can Richmond bounce back from its Round 1 loss to Carlton and make the finals?

    Mar 27, 2009

    Can Richmond bounce back from its Round 1 loss to Carlton and make the finals?

    • Yes

      19.5%

    • No

      54%

    • Too early to tell

      26.5%

    Total votes - 215

  • Which team do you think should start favourites for the 2009 AFL premiership?

    Mar 14, 2009

    Which team do you think should start favourites for the 2009 AFL premiership?

    • Geelong

      48.1%

    • Hawthorn

      26.1%

    • Other

      25.8%

    Total votes - 449

  • Do you place any importance on your AFL team's performance in the NAB Cup competition?

    Feb 23, 2009

    Do you place any importance on your AFL team's performance in the NAB Cup competition?

    • Yes

      36.6%

    • No

      63.4%

    Total votes - 325

  • Who do you think will win the Commonwealth Bank Series?

    Feb 05, 2009

    Who do you think will win the Commonwealth Bank Series?

    • Australia

      34.1%

    • New Zealand

      65.9%

    Total votes - 132

  • Which cricket format do you prefer as a spectator?

    Jan 06, 2009

    Which cricket format do you prefer as a spectator?

    • Test match

      32.9%

    • 50-over

      24.8%

    • Twenty20

      42.4%

    Total votes - 989

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