Fantastic First Tryscorer Offer as Cowboys Clash with Storm

Centrebet's money back first tryscorer special on the NRL finals gives punters a fifty-fifty chance to get a refund on losing opening tryscorer bets.

The Cowboys clash with the Storm in what should be a pulsating Preliminary Final at AAMI Park on Saturday night. The hosts had last weekend off while North Queensland crushed Cronulla to keep their inaugural premiership hopes alive.  The visitors are currently $1.75 favourites with Centrebet while Melbourne are $2.10 underdogs despite holding home ground advantage. But forget backing a winner, why not try to find the first tyscorer. Centrebet’s excellent opening tryscorer offer is giving their customers a fifty-fifty chance of keeping their cash even if their wagers lose.

Centrebet’s First Tryscorer Special on Storm v Cowboys

Place a First Tyrscorer wager on Saturday night’s showdown between Melbourne and North Queensland with Centrebet and if your selection doesn’t score first the first try, but another player in his team does, you’ll be refunded. That’s your stake returned as cash, up to $50. Only your initial bet on the market is eligible for the offer!

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Finding a First Tryscorer

Cowboys five-eight Michael Morgan bagged a double for North Queensland last weekend including the opening try, he’s $15 to be first on the board again against Melbourne. Storm centre Kurt Maan got the first for pointer when the two teams met in round 4, he’s at juicy odds of $17 to repeat the feat. In fact there’s some high prices for a few of the backs from both sides to cross the white stripe first. Both North Queensland centres, Kane Linnett and Justin ONeill are also paying $17 while fullback Lachlan Coote is $15. Melbourne’s custodian Cameron Munster is at $13. The wingers for both sides are among the favourites. Cowboys Kyle Feldt and Antonio Winterstein are each $9 while Storm winger Matt Duffie is at $10. Flying Fijian Marika Koroibete is the shortes priced player at $8.50.

So back a bloke to be first over the tryline and if one of his teammates beats him to the stripe you won’t lose your cash.