Clive Churchill Medal Tips, Predictions and Odds – 2017

Posted by Sports News First on 1/10/2017
Filled in: NRL

We take a look at the odds for today’s Clive Churchill Medal which is awarded to the best player in the NRL Grand Final. The Storm players dominate the market as the go into the match as the overwhelming favourites in the match. View our preview and tips for the 2017 Clive Churchill Medal winner.

When: 20:15 | Sunday 01/10/2017

Watch: Channel 9

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Odds:

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Tip: Billy Slater at $7.00

 

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NRL Grand Final News:

Former NRL greats back underdog Cowboys

Former NRL greats Petero Civoneceva and Nathan Hindmarsh have offered their grand final predictions while enjoying one of the biggest days of Sydney’s Spring Racing Carnival at Randwick.

Both men echoed the sentiments of most punters and rugby league fans who gathered in the Oaks Lawn Marquee on Epsom Day.

“Melbourne will win the grand final but I would love the Cowboys to win it just for the style of footy they play,” Hindmarsh told AAP.

“Being the underdog; everybody loves an underdog.”

Former Brisbane Broncos and Queensland star Civoneceva agreed, saying most people had been captivated by what the Cowboys had been able to achieve.

“My heart says the Cowboys but my head says Melbourne Storm” Civoneceva said of Sunday’s decider.

As for the races exciting the crowds leaning on the rails as the horses galloped by outside, Civoneceva and Hindmarsh said they were leaving the betting to their mates.

“I’m leaning on my friends to give me tips. I am not much of a horse expert,” Civoneceva said.

Retiring footy players in the marquee included Matt Ballin from the Wests Tigers, Newcastle’s Rory Kostjasyn, Parramatta’s Jeff Robson and South Sydney’s Bryson Goodwin among others mingling with about 570 guests.

 

*Odds correct at time of posting. Subject to change