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NRL Round 5 Review | Rugby League - Episode 121

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Hamish returns on his ones to discuss the latest weekend of NRL footy. He touches on the toothless Tigers, the fallen Knights, the thrilling Titans and the magical Dragons. Also, the controversy of John Morris' sacking is addressed by looking at the most famous mid-season sacking of recent times. 

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Welcome back to the on the ball podcast. This is episode a hundred and twenty one off the show and I'm back once again to talk about the greatest game of all, rugby league. Another Nur review coming right up. We will be chatting about the week round five, I would say week five. That's been more of an NFL thing, isn't it? But will be chatting about round five once again. Didn't catch every single game, so you will have to excuse me just leaving some games out, but the created season is now over, so I will basically be able to watch every game from here on him, which I am so came for. But we're going to go through a bit of a usual structure. Probably won't be the longest episode today as I'm doing this on Wednesday night, so a bit late in the north, but we will be going through the similar structure. Obviously, the huge news in in our right now is that John Morris has been removed. Immediately. There was obviously reports come out that they were going after Craig Fitzgibbons and then twenty four hours later, Bang, John Morris has gone, Fitz Gibbon signed for next year and Josh Hannay is the intermediate coach. So all the care taker coach, interim coach, not intermediate. So we'll be talking about some of the harshest coach sackings of all time, midseason coach sackings and in a little bit. But first of all we're going to touch on the winners and loses, as we always do at the start of the episode. So the biggest winner this weekend, in my opinion, is the mighty St George Laura Dragons. They upset the paramount of eels at banqueest in really impressive fashion. I think this is actually my short bed of the week last week, which that's left at me with egg on my face. But yeah, they just play playing so aggressively right now, in attack but also in defense, which is really, really good to see. It's always the sign of a good team. You see teams like like tigers and cowboys for an example, there's not many times where you know they get up in the face of the attack where the dragons will all over the EELS. They were pushing blokes behind the trial and they're pushing blokes over the sideline. They were hunting in packs. It was just really good to watch. Paul Vaughan he had an absolute stell a game. I think he picked up the three day M votes. He had almost over a hundred post contact meters, which is incredible when you factor in the some people struggle to get a hundred contact meters in general, let alone just post contact. So he was huge. Some of the other players, I think clune got the two Daim points. He see the boys around really well. Dufty had a couple limebreakers this couple. Try A sist and alarm break himself and yeah, they're just trucking along very nicely. Everyone is doing their job well. They've always had a pretty good list. Saint George the last couple of is. They've just been under performing. So it's not the most ridiculous thing that how well they're playing. But a lot of the guys who are just would be seen as role players are performing a lot better than he expect, like folks like Daniel l Varro to Relfuy Mayo. No, they're all having blinds, blinding starts the year and without been hunt I think that's been really impressive. I thought when Ben Hunk went down they would have a huge lull in their performance, but clune stepped in, who I think it's one of the better back up half in the competition and he's made the transition seamless really. And then Ben Hunt's going to be back in a couple weeks. So you think they're just going to go from strength to strength. In terms of what they're doing really well right now, it's obviously their defense has been awesome to start the season, but their attack as well. They've scored the fifth most comp points in the competition. Zack Lomax has been the best goal kicker. I think he's completing it ninety six percent. Are Converting at ninety six percent, which insane. And looking forward for them, they have the warriors this week, so that's a winnable game the way they've been playing. Then they've got the roosters for end Zach Day, which is a tough one for them, but the form there and right now wouldn't...

...ride it off. And then they've got the Tigers and dogs which, based on the forms of those three teams right now, you would say that's two dragons victory. So they could easily be sitting in at the back end of around nine. It's with seven to record and that that stage you can't really leave them out. If you top eight. So it's been an incredible start to Anthony Griffin's tenure at St George and yeah, I hope they keep it up because they're very good to watch right now. The other big win I'm going to talk about is the titans. Yes, the nights were extremely undermanned with their injury crisis of the moment, but the way they just comfortably dispatch them thin they scored forty two points or something after a disappointing lost to the raids the week before, just show that I think they're a lock for the top paid this year. They're just going to have dispatch those teams that they should, and I think that's I don't think they're going to do too much damage in finals, if I'm completely honest, but I think they're a lot because they're just going to teat bea the teams below them or the teams are expected to beat, which is exactly what they did. They have that scored the fifth most tries in the competition, that's got the second most line breaks and fight fifth most meters. So their forwards up the middle have been absolutely unreal. David F feeascored a hat trick on the weekend which is just unheard of, teenos being as good as a signing as we all thought he was going to be. And Yeah, they've just got real players that can just tear up a game, which is really good seeing there. I think as tails back this weekend. I don't think he played last week. So the fact that they were winning games without their starting halves is very impressive. And looking forward for the Gold Coast Titans, they've got manly this week, which they views a very witable game, and they've got the Rabbitos, which is a tough one, but then they've got the Broncos and tiger. So, similar to the dragons, could easily go through and three in one in this next month and that would see them sitting at six and three, which think would have them just outside, if not in the top four. So they've had a very promising start to the year and obviously you see it a lot in almost every sport. There's old these young teams that a lot of them have only been at the club for a couple years, they've got a new coach. Often the height can be too much for them and they disappoint, but they are certainly living up to their expectations so far this season and they look like they're going to be a player in the September finals for the NL, which is really exciting if you're a goal Cros Fan. Moving on to the losers, look up. I'll stay my tigers for last because I was don't get me started, but I'll try and keep it my train of thought. For the other teams first, but the Newcastle Nights. Yes, just talked up the titans, but it was pretty disappointing from them, the fact that they've just been dispatched by them. They're just not started life postmantel piece well at all, have they? They're now sitting outside the top out of think they're in eleven. They've got the sharks, panthers, roosters and raiders in the next month, so if they're getting one win there, that's probably a good effort. Could easily go winless over their next month, which would see them and go too and seven, and from there it's going to be a long climb back to finals, even with injury players returning this week. They are bolstered by the likes of Kurtman coming back, Jacobs I fee he's coming back into the team. Braman best is back. So I think there are a chance against the sharks. They're actually going in his favorite according to sports bet. But yeah, I think it's going to be a tough one. After the whole John Morris controversy, that sharks could come out and really try and tear the nights a new one in kind of not in boycott, but like in response to John Marren's Morris is sacking, if you know what I mean. And then the following three weeks are up against three of the genuine competition heavyweights. So yeah, it's a big week for the nights. This week against the sharks. It's almost a must win, which is sounds outrageous in round six, but at the point where they are, on their...

...stage, the stage where they are, the point where they are at this stage of the season. I don't know why I can't talk today, but without Mitchell Pierce, without a few other key players, they've got to win this. They can't be on two and seven. That's just they're not going to make finals if they're two and seven. So that this is almost a must win for them or right. And then moving on to my West Tigers. Where do we even start? It was an absolute shock or wasn't it? Everyone's talking about it, which is Rightley. So I do think a lot of the Times the Tigers go under the radar in terms of some of their bad performances because they're they'd ever come last, really, do they? They were just comet like ten eleven, twelve nine, so they're usually pretty irrelevant. But I think it's about time we shine the light on the Tigers and like what goes on in that place. If you don't know, I'm a tigers die hard and yeah, it was just probably one of the worst halves of footy I've ever seen from any team in that first have absolutely disgraceful. The cowboys felt as though they were bloody score in every set at that some stages I think they scored five triers, maybe six. Yeah, it's just horrid. Pretty much half the team had a shopping games. I'm not even going to pick out specific players because would be here all day. But yeah, it was just so disappointing, especially on such a big occasion, obviously the passing of the legend that is Tommy Redonnacas last week, of western suburbs fame. And yet the joint venture club just could not do anything in the honor of the great man. So that really sucked. There was a big crowd at like heart. It was humming coming up against a completely out ofform team and to ship five, five or six tries in that first half. Don't even really say it. Need to say anymore. It's just crap, isn't it? They've now conceded a hundred sixty points for the year. Only three teams are worse, and then the three teams blow them on the ladder, which is the bulldogs, the cowboys and seagulls. So that's something not to be proud of. Tigers now stid in thirteen and you can't really argue they don't. You can't argue they deserve to be higher at this point in the season. yest the Broncos haven't started well either, but I think they're in twelve. But they've played a lot harder teams than the Tigers have had to and they haven't been shipping as many points. So yeah, really disappointing for the Tigers. A lot of people came into the season with optimism. I'll be honest. I actually didn't come into the year with optimism. I thought that was pretty false hope because I don't actually think the team it had improved that much for two thousand and twenty one. I think there was some good signings for the future, like Dane Laurie, but I don't think it was going to have too much effect this year and so far I've been proven right. To be honest, a little bit disappointing the lack of changes to the lineup. I think blokes like Toma Mowne should get a crack from reserve grade. He was really positive in the few appearances he made it the rabbits, but he's still in the reserves for now. They did bring in Joy Simpkin, which is about time heard about this kid for like two years. Jacob Little Not really a big Fan. He reminds me of like, I don't want to bring anyone else down here, but Cameron mckinness, the very salt and defense, but they just don't bring a spark to the attack, which nowadays your full back in your hooker are almost as important in terms of creativity as your halfback in five eight are. You look at teams like Souths, even the storm, with howry grand the cheese. Your Hooker is one of your most creative players. So yes, they've got to obviously be good in defense, but little just wasn't really doing that for us, and the probably doesn't help when your hearts aren't great. But I'm excited to see what the Simkin kid brings to the team. Obviously huge expectation, so I do feel bad from it's not an easy job to step into a team with fans that are already fuming, but good luck to him. CAPOA comes back into the side. Yes, he killed it and reserve great statistically, but after what he's shown in first grade, it will be interesting. He's playing in the sentence, which I don't think we've seen from him. I think he's always been on the wing, so I don't know. That might help him out, but we'll have to wait and see for that. But yeah,...

...if you guys playing for their spots in the next few weeks, blocks like James Robertson stuff like that. They've just not being good so far. There's been a few shuffles in terms of WHO's on the bench and WHO's starting. Think Ghana and Muz grow both go back to the bench. You Takoman Outaco. I forgot how how they say out to say. You Talk of Marty but I've forgotten how they actually pronounce it. But he comes into the starting line up, which is exciting. Often get how he goes to the back row, which is real strange to me. I think he's been really pretty average since round one. But look, it doesn't get any easier for the Tigers. They've got the rabbitos up next week, which is really, really big game. Obviously up against the former legend, while you still a legend, but Benjie Marshall and Mike McGuire's old team. Look, the rabbits are going to win like I don't think that's a question. It's just a matter of how much they him by. The Tigers have got to be really competitive. I think if the Tigers can keep it within twenty points it's actually a pretty good showing from them. So that's where for me what the threshold is. I think if they lose by more than twenty than that's a little bit disappointing. But yeah, and I also want to dress something everyone who's saying. I listen to a podcast to day and they were saying yes, Benji might have been treated poorly in terms of the fact that he heard it through the media that he wasn't getting resigned. Yeah, I agree, that's horrible. I heard Shawn Johnson same thing happened to that him. That's bad. But in terms of a tactical point of view, people who were saying tie shouldn't let him go and that he would have fixed the Tigers is completely false. He's hardly had to make a tackle all year for the rabbit as he's got the best defenders either side of him. If you go back and watch a tigers game last year for eighty minutes, don't just watch the highlights, you'll realize how much of a liability that block is. So getting a little bit fed up with people saying if they tigers didn't let bench Marshall Go, they wouldn't be in the hole there in this year, which is just completely false, because he'd be missing all the tackles that everyone is missing right now. And yes, he's playing really well for the rabbits, but that's because he's defense isn't really under the microscope because he's got twelve other great defenders out there with him and they are basically always on the front foot in terms of the field position. So he's not having to make crucial tackles but I'm sure Melbourne and the roosters will shine a light on his defense coming up in the next few months, which I'm excited for to be honest. But yeah, that's I don't want to talk too much about the Tigers because it's pretty doom and gloom at the moment and it's work me up just thinking about it again. I've kind of put it to the back of my mind but this is brought it back up with hurts. But yeah, really big couple weeks for madge especially and the Tigers. Yes, the Tigers have not been victims, but they've been perpetrators, I guess, in sacking coaches too often. But it gets to the stage where if madge doesn't show improvement for the rest of the year, well then you've almost got to start looking at him again, which is not ideal because you don't want to keep just going around and around with coaches. But at some stage there's just something wrong with the club. I think the culture is crap or something like that, but who knows? We're not really lucky enough to see into it orright. Moving on to my predicted top eight, not many changes this week because most the favorites did get up, which seems to be a trend in the NL right now. The storm had a big win over the bulldog, so they're still my number one. The RODOS had a big win over the broncos. The still one. Number two. Panthers have an impressive victory over the raiders. However, the reason I didn't touch on them my winners, is I do think that injury to chance was massive. Made them completely reshuffle their whole line up. Maybe showed the rags need to carry a utility back or something on the bench, because, yeah, Croak out on the wing just didn't work. Repartner was knack it buy fifty minutes a fullback. But still, well done to the panthers. The EELS, yes, they did lose a disappointing game to the dragons, but I still think they're going to finish ahead of the raiders and the roosters. I think they'll just be more consistent. I've got the raiders and fifth still. Yes, it was very disappointing, but I don't...

...know. The roosters just keep suffering injuries and yes, Sam walk out an absolute blinder on the weekend, but I will trust the raids to be more consistent than this young rooster's team will young in terms of the key positions. So I've got the roost is sick. Then I've got the titans seventh. I still like I don't know if I'll ever move them from seventh. I just don't think they're good enough to challenge that top six. But the way they're playing right now, who knows. And then I've had one change. I was going to leave it unchanged but I thought the dragons are four and one. They've got an easy drawer coming up. I think I've got to move them in there. So I have sadly taken out the sharks. I just think that the whole coaching controversy, it might work well in terms of the boys might be fighter in the next couple weeks, but I think in the long term it's going to have a negative impact on their pit, on their ceiling this year. So I've got them just outside the eight right now and then there's a massive dropoff to ten. I don't even know who tense would be. Probably the warriors. But yeah, I've got the dragons in eight right now, but it's pretty crazy to think the dragons, all the sharks will miss out the way both teams are playing at the minute. I'm all right lists the segment. I'm now looking at the top seven harshest midseason coach sackings since two thousand and ten. Sounds very niche, but there are pretty well known things right starting off a number seven. I'll be honest. I actually didn't think this was harsh at the time, but statistically it's up there with the one of the harsh ones. But it does get a lot harsher as you go up to number one. I've got Jason Taylor, who, as a tigers foundn't really like him, but he's made the list. Got sacked in two thousand and seventeen. Had A thirty eight. I'm going to I've had it calculated the win percentage from their last fifty games ahead of the club. So if they coach more than like three seasons of or then that's why they win percentage might be a little bit different to what it is, unlike wikipedia or saying, but he had a thirty eight percent win percentage. Obviously the West Tigers came ninth in two thousand and sixteen. So the year before he got sacked and he only lasted three games in two thousand and seventeen. So that's why I'm saying it's unlucky. Nine in two thousand and sixteen. Yes, they had some very good players this and when the big four still played at the Tigers, but to only last three games in two thousand and seventeen. They didn't really give him a chance. Could have supposedly spring board of them into the eighth. He was replaced by Ivan cleary, who seems to be a bloody common theme on this list. Here places a lot of these people. But the main thing with Jason Taylor was the off field issues. The players didn't like him. Robbie Farre didn't like him, which I think was a big thing for the Tigers. I think Robbie Farre was a leader of the dressing room and the big four, Tedesco, Woods, Moses Brooks, they didn't want to resign if he was still going to be there and that was a big reason why three of them ended up leaving the club. Because Taylor did carry on into two thousand and seventeen. So yes, like I do think he wasn't actually that bad in terms on field performance, but I do get why they sacked him. But maybe given a few more games and three or sacking before he lets you know the future of the club leave. But that's another issue for another day. Right. Number six, I've Gone Neil Henry at he was in charge of the Gold Coast Titans. He got sacked in the same season in two thousand and seventeen, and now, if you think about it in with hindsight, you think it's a good move because now they've got Justin Holbrook and everything's on the up. But the coach in between, Garth Brandam, wasn't great. I had a forty percent win record. He made the finals the year prior in two thousand and sixteen, which was pretty rare for the titans. But the reason he got sacked was he had a falling out with jared Hayne and that's all. The rest of the team basically take jared Haynes sign side and then they all wanted Neel Henry Out, which is pretty controversial. But yes, it's pretty stiff for the forty percent win record to get kicked out of the club. Number five. He's actually got two appearances in this list, but it's Matthew Elliott. This is at his warriors stint. I was just talking to my...

...older brother about it and he said he's just known around the traps as a crap coach, but statistically is not. So I don't know about that. But he got sacked in two thousand and fourteen. He had a forty five percent win rate, which is pretty handy. Came Eleventh in the two thousand and thirteen season, but that's doesn't sound great, but he came into a team that was fourteen. So realistically IMP improve the three positions and who knows what was going to happen in two thousand and fourteen. They could have kept going up and up. So he was replaced by Andrew McFadden, who didn't last long himself. So I think that might have been a bit premature and maybe that's something they lived to route today. But number four, I've gone with another warriors sacking, and that's Steven Kearney. Youre sacked last year in two thousand and twenty during the Covid when the warriors were over here at the central coast. I had a forty two percent win records, so not as good as Matthew Elliott, but the timing of it was so stiff. I think they had actually won the week he got sacked. They were living away from home. All the players were in a bubble together, no family, no friends, no home games, and to sack him in the middle of that it was pretty bad timing. Thought was a pretty poor decision. Yes, they're brought in Nathan Brown and Gus School. That made good signing. So in hindsight it looks like a good move. But and Todd Payton did good things after his removal. But yeah, it seemed pretty stiff at the time. A number three, I've got the man in the moment, the man in the our John Morris, a beloved figure at Kronalla, three hundred game veteran. Didn't play a little bit for Coronala, but so he's held with high regard across the League. You got sacked this week. Obviously he had a forty eight percent win record, which is pretty great. He in his two seasons at the helm he made the finals. So yes, in both of the I think one of them they won to finals game. But I think two thousand and nineteen they want to finals game actually, but two thousand and twenty they were kind of just making up the numbers. I don't think they'd beat a top eight side. So I guess you can argue that's not a great record, but still to make the finals. It's hard to be too harsh unless you make the finals like five times and just show no signs of progress. Brought up. That's difficult. That's sorry. Sorry, apologies power amount of fans. Don't get too mad at me, but he's getting replaced by Craig Fitzgibbon, which is another reason why this is very harsh, because he's never coaching and URL team. Before he came in he was trying into the deep end because Shane finding and got suspended, he didn't have the full salary cap and Bronzeon Sherry, who's the club's upandcoming future star, got dry band for steroids. So a lot of unfavorable conditions and in the end he got the club to to finals appearances and had a really good start to this year. So that's definitely right up there with one of the most savage sackings. Number but two. I've got maddie Elliott. This is his early one at Penrith in two thousand and eleven. He got replaced by Ivan cleary yet again, who seems to be the Boogie man, or what's the grim reaper? Forty eight percent win records, so same as John Morris. But he came second in the year before he got sacked. So I think you got suck like ten weeks into two thousand and eleven and they won't go on. That great, but he came second the year before. Like, I mean, surely he knew what he was doing if they came second. So that's pretty weird. Like, I obviously don't remember at the time because I was only ten years old. But yeah, that's pretty wild. And yeah, Anthony Griffin's the number one man. He had a sixty percent win record. Got Sacked in two thousand and eighteen. This is by the panthers yet again. So they obviously a bit of a savage organization. But Hey, look at them now. It's obviously worked well for them. He made finals in both of his full years at the club, so two thousand and sixteen and two thousand and seventeen. The reason he got sacked was he had a huge fall out with gus could. Gus could said he was like old fashioned coach who didn't know how to coach in the modern era. Have a...

...look at him now, years coaching a four and one side. He obviously got right placed by Ivan cleary by as sixty percent win record. That's pretty bloody brutal. Like I don't know what the Trent Robinson's and Craig Bellamy's went win records is, but I could imagine there's isn't like any bigger than like seventy. So sixties pretty elite. And for him to get removed very, very stiff. I do recall their finals, like I don't remember them exactly, but if this is the time where James Maloney was at pain Ruth, yes, they were making finals but like, they weren't that good in the finals matches. I remember one where Nathan cleary was a baby. This is probably actually after, I think we've got sacked, but they didn't look like winning a game in finals. But still to make Sim let's John Morris to make finals both years. Obviously Gus cooled and their relationship had a huge impact. But yet very, very stiff Anthony Griffin. But thankfully he's getting his chance now and he's absolutely killing it. So that's the top ten most average tackings, midseason sackings in the last ten years. Let me know in the comments if you think there's any other stiff ones or ones from your club that I've missed or even from the past before two thousand and ten that I might not be aware of. Let me know, because it is an interesting world. The midseason sacking. Yeah, I really enjoy that list segment. I'm going to keep thinking about them. I might be doing a few draft ones where I think of like if there was a draft in two thousand and eighteen, so players born in this year, what would the draft ORT to be? They would be an interesting concept. And who which team they would have gone to? So that's something I be doing in the future. But I'm not going to do a players or rookie of the week this week, just going straight into my round six preview. So we're going to be looking at my shore better the week and I'm going look, let's be real, there's quite a few short bets each week at the moment. But pull the panthers to beat the broncos. Surely, surely the panzers get up against the Broncos? I mean, come on, it just has to happen. Yes, it is that some UN called. That's one thing that maybe makes me not as confident. But like they're paying it all over through the panthers they've had no outs this week. Obviously corus sound Edwards is still out, but no outs from last week. The BRONCOS, they've had a couple changes, obviously reshuffle the side following their pretty poor starts of the year. So yeah, Surely Panthers have to be the broncos my upset of the week. I think there's quite a few good ones this week. I think it's going to be a really exciting round actually, compared to previous rounds. I'm going the bulldogs to beat the cowboys on the last much of the weekend. It's like the Sunday six o'clock game. It isn't. Towns will, so that's a tough one for the bulldogs. But the bulldogs have to get off the market sums at some stage, so that's called and they're paying two dolland and seventy five. But the cowboys, yes, they did get their first winning. It's the Tigers, so fair play to them. I don't think they look good. The Tigers were absolutely storming home in the second half and we weren't even playing well. Their defense looked as crap as ever. Yes, they had a few moments of brilliant in attack, like Scotty drink quarters chip of chase HAMMASO's running ability. He's also out this week, but that's not that massive, but you know what I mean. So yeah, I just think maybe the cowboys are a bit less hungry. They've got their win. I just think if the bulldogs are going to win, this is one of the games that they're likely to win. Otherwise they're just not going to win many at all season. So I'm going them. But the sharks are underdogs against the nights. I think that's a very interesting one, even though it is at the night's ground. Manly and the titans and look tight and should win it. I've got them being a top eight team. I keep saying that they're going to win all the Games they need to win this year. But Tommy t back. I think that's honestly huge boost for them, not just what he brings but I think also like psychologically. I think when he's back they're just everyone's up and about other ones. Eels underdogs against the raiders. I...

...think that's a smokey. The warriors are underdogs against the dragons. That could perceivably happen as well. In terms of the game spreads are like obviously I like bulldogs with the line, so plus six point five. I've obviously picked them in headtohead, but I also like the bronchos with plus twenty eight point five. I don't know, like, yes, they've not been the school line hasn't been closed in the last couple weeks for the Broncos, but it is at home and like, I know this sounds so weird because they got smashed, but I swear the game I watched them as a storm. They went from that bad like I've seen. They were all right and they've made some changes. There's some guys who are playing for their spot and future. I just think they might be a little bit more competitive against the panthers like they were in round one against the eels, who are definitely a different gravy to the panthers. But yeah, twenty eight point five, that's a big margin. So even if they lose by twenty five, were taken it home. So I think that's some pretty solid value there and I like the broncos to lose by a less than twenty nine points, which is sounds ridiculous, but yeah, so, yeah, it's only a really short episode today, hardly even going to crack over the half an hour mark, but little bit ill busy uni schedule, so I'll just sort of pump it out. tippings on me very hard this week. Go and locked in my tips yet and I'm not sure what I'm going to go with with all those upset chances I mentioned before. But thanks for tuning in. Hope you're enjoying all the content coming at the moment part of me, and yet really looking forward to more NRL and AFL content now that the created seasons over, came to just dive into it. Looking forward to UNI holidays as well. For the PODCAST, I think could start doing two a week for each sport, potentially, but yet go the tigs, please don't get smashed by fifty this week against Benjie Marshall, and good luck to your team's yet. Thanks for listening, thanks for watching, leave a like, comments, subscribe or follow if you're listening, and we'll see you next week. Cheers.

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