AFL Punter turns $5 into more than $10,000

Posted by on 19/5/2017
Filled in: Betting News

Our Punter of the Week enjoyed a huge Sunday afternoon with a lazy AFL 3-legger resulting in a monster windfall. A small stake of $5 turned into $10,395 in the space of a few hours! 

1st Goal Scorer – Jack Riewoldt $7.00

Our Sunday afternoon multi kicked off with an old fashioned 1st Goal Scorer leg. With Jack Riewoldt coming off a 4-goal haul against the Dogs, he made a likely selection for the opening goal of the game. After a back-and-forth two minutes Jack duly saluted courtesy of some solid Richmond forward pressure and our Punter of the Week got started.

Shanghai 2017 Best on Ground Medal – Brad Ebert $11.00

With the first leg under his belt, our Punter turned his attention to Shanghai. He’d clearly done his homework for the BOG leg. In career-best form, Brad Ebert presented value with the Power likely winners and Robbie Gray under an injury cloud. The crowd at Jiangwan Stadium were treated to a classy display from the number 7. He racked up 31 possessions, 6 clearances and 6 inside-50s for a Best on Ground performance. 

Most Possessions / Most Goals Double – Josh P. Kennedy / Sam Reid $27.00

The final leg saw the value of this multi skyrocket with a $27.00 Most Possessions / Most Goals Double. Our plucky Punter was confident that Syndey would get the cherries and backed Josh P. Kennedy and Sam Reid to lead the charge. Right from the get-go it was clear that this multi was in with a red hot chance. Reid booted the first goal of the game and Kennedy launched out of the gates with a blistering 15 possession opening term.

Despite a huge effort from new Swan Nic Newman (35 disposals), Kennedy was able to continue his dominance throughout the game to finish on 37 disposals. Sam Reid was consistent all day with goals in the 2nd and 3rd quarters and finished as the game’s top goal scorer with 3.

Not a bad Sunday afternoon!


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