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Who's the hot tip to win Dancing with the Stars?

CENTREBET MEDIA RELEASE (JUNE 17, 2005)

Who's the hot tip to win Dancing with the Stars?

Centrebet punters are tipping Norm Hewitt to win Sunday's Dancing with the Stars grand final.

Clients of the Australia-based online bookmaker backed the former All Blacks hooker into 1-4 favouritism (Hewitt was 1-3 on Monday) before betting on the championship closed yesterday.

Ex-Shortland Street star Shane Cortese was 5-2 (from 2-1) when Centrebet stopped taking bets. Dancing with the Stars fans gambled just under 10,000 New Zealand dollars on the Kiwi show.

Punters are also backing the All Blacks to whitewash the Lions in the forthcoming Test series, with Centrebet listing Graham Henry's New Zealand at odds of 11-10 to win all three matches.

However, the Lions should beat Otago tomorrow. They are Centrebet's 15.5-point favourites.

Log on to http://www.centrebet.com to view its latest odds.

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.

Centrebet operates in one of the world's strictest gaming jurisdictions. Australia's Northern Territory Government licenses and regulates Centrebet. Its Racing and Gaming Commission digitally monitors all transactions for the protection of Centrebet and its worldwide clients.

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