William Hill's First Tryscorer Refund as Broncos Backs form a Queue for Tries Against Tigers

Will Brisbane rack up another big score at Suncorp Stadium on Sunday when they tackle the Tigers? Plenty of Broncos will fancy finding a four-pointer but who'll get the game's first try?

The Broncos take on the Tigers on Sunday in the penultimate match of the NRL’s Heritage Round. And it’s been vintage Brisbane this year, Wayne Bennett’s back and so are the Broncos. The league leaders have lost just three games in the competition and are shooting for a seventh successive win. Brisbane have scored tries for fun and are expected to rack up plenty more against the toothless Tigers at Suncorp Stadium.

Back a bloke to get the first try of the game with William Hill and if your bet loses but your selection manages the second or even third try in the encounter you’ll be refunded. That’s your cash back up to $50 if your player doesn’t get the opening try but is one of the next two men across the whitewash. You can choose a Bronco or Tiger but only your first wager on the market is valid for a refund.

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Finding a First Tryscorer

Surprisingly the man with the most tries this year heading into the match is a Tiger. Fullback James Tedesco has scored 11 four pointers but he’s at $13 figures to get the opener against the hosts. Wests winger Pat Richards is one behind his teammate but is at shorter odds on Sunday. Lachlan Maranta also has 10 tries in 2015 and he’s the shortest price player at $9 alongside fellow Bronco Jordan Kahu. Brisbane’s skipper Justin Hodges returns to the team after being rested last round, the Queensland centre is around $11 to get the first try. A Bronco at BIG Odds is Adam Blair. He bagged a rare try last weekend, and is over 50 bucks to cross the line first against his former side. New South Wales forward Aaron Woods is at an ever bigger price, the Blues and Tigers forward is more than $65 to stun everyone.

William Hill’s first try scorer Money Back special is available on all round 19 NRL matches! And with the competition retuning to a full list of fixtures, that’s 9 games to have a crack at and a potential $450 you could save if you wager with William Hill.