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Curtis Woodward

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Host and lead caller of The81stMinute's VB NSW Cup coverage, Triple M's State of Origin Blues Biased Call Team, Former host of 2GLF VB NSW Cup, 'Rugby League Time Machine' and Western Sydney Wanderers A-League matches. @The81stMinute

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The Roar’s NRL Expert tips: Round 4

The Roar's NRL Expert tips: Round 4

6 days ago

Round 3 of the NRL saw plenty of brilliant action on the field and some horrendously poor form off the field, with a few bad men taking their frustrations into the streets of Sydney.

The Roar’s NRL Expert tips: Round 3

The Roar's NRL Expert tips: Round 3

19 Mar 2015

Over 500,000 people tuned to watch the South Sydney versus Sydney Roosters blockbuster last Sunday with almost 30,000 at ANZ Stadium to see an early contender for match of the year.

The Roar’s NRL expert tips: Round 2

The Roar's NRL expert tips: Round 2

12 Mar 2015

You would not believe it. Apparently our expert tips went down so well last weekend that they’ve asked us to come back again, put the blindfold on, spin around the broom 10 times and pin some results to a couple of teams.

The Roar’s NRL expert tips: Round 1

The Roar's NRL expert tips: Round 1

5 Mar 2015

Roll up, roll up, it is rugby league season, the greatest game of all.

Titans coasting towards failure yet again

Titans coasting towards failure yet again

10 Feb 2015

Twenty-seven long years ago in a faraway time, three new clubs joined the NSWRL. The Brisbane Broncos, Newcastle Knights and Gold Coast-Tweed Heads Seagulls were the new boys on the block with an exciting journey ahead.

Curtis’ Christmas NRL sack – 2014 in review

Curtis' Christmas NRL sack - 2014 in review

25 Dec 2014

I was finished for the year. Kaput, done, happy to watch the Four Nations with a beer in hand and slowly drift into semi-consciousness in front of the television as Mitchell Johnson demolished the timid Indians through December and January.

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