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Nik remains the NZ Idol favourite despite lapse

CENTREBET MEDIA RELEASE (AUGUST 23, 2005)

Nik remains the NZ Idol favourite despite lapse

Nik Carlson remains Centrebet's NZ Idol favourite despite being in last night's bottom three.

However, Centrebet's odds on the Masterton man winning the show are out to 3.75 (from 3.00).

Auckland's Keshia Paulse and Invercargill's Steven Broad are Centrebet's major market movers.

Keshia is 4.00 (from 7.00) to take out the competition. Steven is 4.50 (from 7.00) to finish first.

Hamilton's Jesse O'Brien is Centrebet's early favourite to be next contestant eliminated at 3.75.

Winner
3.75 Nik Carlson (Masterton)
4.00 Keshia Paulse (Auckland)
4.50 Teresa Bergman (Wellington)
4.50 Steven Broad (Invercargill)
11.00 Rongo Brightwell (Mohaka)
13.00 Frank Andrews (Rotorua)
13.00 Ashley Cooper (Cambridge)
15.00 Rosita Vai (Auckland)
21.00 Jesse O'Brien (Hamilton)

Next Contestant Eliminated
3.75 Jesse O'Brien (Hamilton)
4.00 Rosita Vai (Auckland)
4.50 Ashley Cooper (Cambridge)
5.00 Frank Andrews (Rotorua)
6.50 Rongo Brightwell (Mohaka)
15.00 Teresa Bergman (Wellington)
17.00 Steven Broad (Invercargill)
17.00 Keshia Paulse (Auckland)
21.00 Nik Carlson (Masterton)

Log on to http://www.centrebet.com to view its latest odds, including election markets. Labour (Helen Clark) is 1.40 to provide the next prime minister. National (Don Brash) is 2.70 to do so.

About Centrebet One of the world's oldest online sports bookmakers, Centrebet's explosive growth continues 13 years on from its launch. Punters from all four corners of the globe are flocking to Centrebet because of its great odds, exhaustive range of options and guaranteed payment of winnings.

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