Extraordinary Opening Goalscorer Offer on Swans v Kangaroos at Tom Waterhouse

Tom Waterhouse's cash back first goalscorer offer on the AFL finals gives punters a 50/50 chance to get a refund on losing opening goalkicker bets.

Sydney’s Semi Final with North Melbourne may be tough to call. Swans Superstar Lance Franklin is still missing for the hosts while the Kangaroos have gained momentum after an excellent Elimination Final victory against Richmond. Last year’s grand finalists are just over $1.50 Head to Head with Tom Waterhouse while the Roos are $2.60 outsiders. But if it’s too hard to pick a winner why not have a crack at the First Goalscorer market instead. Tom’s tremendous offer on the opening goalkicker will surely persuade punters to have a bet on who’ll boot the first major.

Tom’s Offer on the Opening Goalscorer

Place a First Goalscorer wager on Saturday night’s showdown between the Swans and Kangaroos and if your selection doesn’t score first, but another player in his team does, you’ll be refunded. That’s your stake returned as cash, up to $50. Only your first bet on the market is eligible for the offer, so select wisely.

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Odds on Opening Goalscorers

Sydney’s Lewi Jetta booted the opening goal from half-back in Sydney’s 16 point win at Etihad Stadium earlier this season. He’s over $30 to do it again at ANZ Stadium. Swans forward Kurt Tippet is the favourite for first goal on Tom Waterhouse. In the absence of big Buddy and in-form forward Sam Reid, Tippet will need to be at his best and he’s at $7 to start with a bang. The Kangaroos leading goalkicker Drew Petrie’s is at $10 while North Melbourne’s Jarrad Waite is also in double digits to nail the first 6 pointer. He’s coming off a four goal game against the Tigers last weekend.  North forward Ben Brown’s also among the leading contenders at $12.

So back a bloke to boot the first goal then hope his side is on the attack early. If you man doesn’t grab the opener but a teammate does, you’ll keep your cash.