Back the 1st Tryscorer in Brisbane's Battle with Melbourne and you could Double your Winnings

Grab up to a $200 bonus bet if you select the first tryscorer between Broncos and Melbourne with Tom Waterhouse, as long as the try is then converted.

The last round of the NRL is upon us and there is still plenty to play for heading into week 26. With the finals fast approaching punters only have a month left to win big on the footy this year. Tom Waterhouse is helping out, bringing back his Opening Tryscorer Offer, which gives his clients a chance to bag a BIG BONUS on successful selections.

Tom’s Tryscorer Offer

Place a first try scorer wager on the NRL and if it’s correct and the kicker then converts the opening try you’ll double your dough. The extra winnings will be in the form of a bonus bet up to a maximum $200. Only your first wager on the market is eligible but with the special available on all round 26 games, that’s up to 8 chances to earn a large bonus bet. Will you bet on the opening match of the round between Brisbane and Melbourne? Maybe you’ll begin with a bang!

Finding a First Tryscorer

Broncos leading tryscorer Lachlan Maranta returns to the team. The winger will be hoping to add to his 15 tries so far and is around $9 to grab the game’s opener. Brisbane’s other winger Corey Oates is also at $9 to cross first. The host’s halves were among the tries against the Rabbitohs last round with Ben Hunt a hat-trick hero while Anthony Milford bagged a brace. They’re $15 and $13 respectively to sneak the first 4 pointer. Jack Reed scored one of the tries of the season against Melbourne is Brisbane’s round 15 victory; he’s also at $15 to get the first try.

Storm five eight Blake Green grabbed the opening try in the pair’s clash earlier this year. He’s $21 to repeat the feat on Thursday night. Melbourne’s shortest priced player is flying Fijian Marika Koroibete. He’s scored 15 tries for the visitors this season and is paying $9 to be first across the white stripe in Brisbane. Former Queensland’s Reds centre Will Chambers found the try-line at Suncorp a fair few times in his Super Rugby days; he’s $15 to be first.