NRL Rounds

The 2009 Australian National Rugby League (NRL) year is the twelfth season run by the NRL. Sixteen teams currently comprise the 2009 season. Round One of the NRL began in mid-March and was between the Brisbane Broncos and North Queensland Cowboys. The first of the 2009 NRL rounds were contested by the: Bulldogs and Sea Eagles; Roosters and Rabbitohs; Sharks and Panthers; Storms and Dragons; Titans and Knights; Warriors and Eels; and, the Wests Tigers and the Raiders.

Rugby League is one of the most desirable sports in Australia. The NRL events are watched by millions of sports fans on television. The NRL Grand Finals are amongst the highest watched television shows in Australia. It is a pure contact sport – which can make for interesting, jaw-dropping drama. The popularity of the sport makes it a favourable betting sport as well. Gaining more knowledge about NRL matches, rounds and players also helps to ensure you place a winning bet on the NRL rounds.

The online experts provide opinions about NRL rounds, helping you to understand the potential of each team. For instance, you can get NRL Round One preview and tips online. Experts also share their opinions about the fitness levels of different players and their style of play.

The NRL Round Two was played between the 20th to the 23rd of March. The Bulldogs were required to reduce two competition points in the second round, as they breached NRL match rules by fielding fourteen players. In the second round, a number of teams showed their superiority by winning their matches. These included the: South Sydney Rabbitohs; Brisbane Broncos; St. George Illawara Dragons; and, the North Queensland Cowboys.

The NRL Round Ten was regarded as the Heritage round by the National Rugby League. The team played other teams from similar inception years in that round. They wore heritage jerseys throughout the matches. Round Fourteen was between the Warriors and Newcastle at the Mount Smart Stadium. The Warriors won three in a row at home against Newcastle, but the record of Newcastle with the Dureau, Gidley and Mullen was indeed very strong.

The Eighteen to Twenty-six NRL rounds in 2009 are to be played from July. The teams that win the largest number of rounds participate in the qualifying finals, semi finals, preliminary finals and the Grand Final. The winning team is awarded the NRL premiership title.

To date, the St. George Illawarra Dragons are in top ladder position. They played in sixteen games; out of which they won twelve and lost four. The Melbourne Storm occupied second position. They participated in fifteen games, won ten and lost five. Melbourne is followed by the Bulldogs who’ve played fifteen games. They succeeded in eleven games and lost four.

The top eight teams in the NRL rounds are generally considered for the betting odds. The Gold Coast Titans; North Queensland Cowboys; Newcastle; Brisbane; and, Manly currently sit next to the Bulldogs on the NRL ladder. Although Manly missed the first two games of the season, they picked up fast and won a record against the Warriors.

Whilst considering the top eight teams, you need to take their past history into account. You also need to consider what led the team to victory in past decades. Check whether the team that won the Grand Finals occupied a top four position in the NRL Ladder early on. Also read the latest NRL results, news, and updated information online before making your bets.

When you bet on NRL rounds, you can select from various options. NRL match betting online lets you select from many types of bets, including margin and head to head betting. You can also utilise exotic bet options that include: game totals; first half handicaps and totals; first points; first and last try scorers; first and last scoring plays; the time of the first try; and, try scoring match ups. NRL live betting lets you wager on all NRL Rugby League matches. The future odds are specially designed for punters who want to predict the winning team. For instance, you can make a bet by specifying that the St. George Illawarra Dragons will win the Grand Final. You can also place bets on which team you think will get the wooden spoon.

You can get all the essential information about the 2009 NRL rounds without compromising your comfort. Search for the latest information surrounding the NRL rugby matches you intend betting upon. If you register with online bookmakers, you can receive emails about recent NRL news.

You can read the NRL previews and tips provided by experts. The online betting exchanges offer useful information that helps you to determine which teams are actually moving up and which are sliding down. You might decide – based upon the information provided – that a team will not win the Grand Final because it lost in the latest round. This, however, might not be the best way to pick a winner as these teams can still end up in the top eight. If you don’t have enough time to watch the live NRL rugby matches, you can view the NRL rounds results online. Grand Final predictions and betting advice is also available online.

NRL is followed with much passion and excitement amongst the Australian sporting public. If you are one of these fans and want to place a wager on your favourite team or player, you can do it all online. Forget about travelling to the NRL games or heading down to the local betting agency. It has never been easier to place all your bets on NRL rounds online. If you can’t make it out of the house or the office due to commitments, don’t worry. Convenience is the key to online betting.