A few First Tyrscorer Offers for Penrith Bulldogs Battle

The Panthers play the Bulldogs in round one of the NRL and there are some super 'First Tryscorer' specials available for Sunday's showdown.

A super Sunday Showdown between the Panthers and Bulldogs will see a rematch of last year’s NRL preliminary final between the two teams. Canterbury overcame Penrith on that occasion and the men from the foot of the mountain will be desperate to deliver revenge at Pepper Stadium. The pair met three times last season with the biggest winning margin by either side just six points. The team who grabbed the game’s opening try won on all three encounters and the first four pointer on Sunday could be crucial. Backing the first try scorer with Sporstbet could be just as important for punters; with the bookmaker willing to give members up to $100 back if their selection scores any other try apart from the first one. Centrebet will double your money if you successfully back the first tryscorer, if that try is then converted. The firm will give its customers up to a $200 bonus bet extra on their first tryscorer winnings as long as the kicker adds the extras. So just who might be crossing the white line first?

Figuring Out a First Tryscorer

At huge odds it was Canterbury Prop James Graham who opened the scoring in last year’s finals fixture. The Englishman is once again paying more than $40 to repeat the feat. Penrith Hooker James Segeyaro helped himself to first points in the pair’s second clash in 2014. The number nine loves a dangerous dart from dummy half and punters might love his odds of around $17. Panthers centre Dean Whare grabbed the game’s opening four pointer in March last year. He’s the shortest of the three men mentioned to do it again, but is still at double figures.

Tim Lafai’s 14 tries last season was the most by any Bulldog and the Samoan centre will be looking to begin this season with a bang. On the subject of big backs, former Canterbury star Jamal Idris is paying about 20 bucks to be the game’s first tryscorer. Jamal was far from his best in Penrith’s finals loss last year and he may have a point to prove.

If you don’t have accounts with Sportsbet and Centrebet then sign up to take advantage of their first tryscorer offers. Joining both bookmakers is just a few clicks away, and Sportsbet and Centrebet welcomes new customers with up to $250 free bets and $200 in free bets respectively, when joining via Freebets Australia.

Why not wind down your weekend with a wager that could win you some serious Sunday dough.