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NZ Idol betting odds..Nik installed as favourite

19 July 2005

NZ Idol betting odds..Nik installed as favourite

Nik is Centrebet's NZ Idol betting favourite after the judges selected the top 24 contestants. Online bookm aker Centrebet is offering odds of 7-2 that Nik becom es the NZ Idol cham pion.

"Nik m ade quite an impression during the auditions, particularly on New Zealand's female population, which is never a bad thing for an Idol finalist," says Centrebet's Gerard Daffy.

NZ Idol winner

7-2 Nik (Masterton) 14-1 Daniel (Wellington) 25-1 Maselina (Wellington)
5-1 Keshia (Auckland) 14-1 Mathew (Auckland) 33-1 Frank (Rotorua)
7-1 Rongo(Mohaka) 16-1 Ashley (Cambridge) 33-1 Makuini (Tauranga)
9-1 Rosita (Auckland) 16-1 Jesse (Hamilton) 40-1 Clark (Auckland)
10-1 Kevin (Wellington) 16-1 Rick (Auckland) 40-1 Teresa (Wellington)
10-1 Steven (Invercargill) 20-1 Lissel (Christchurch) 50-1 Katherine (Christchurch)
11-1 Saelyn (Invercargill) 20-1 Malia (Hastings) 50-1 Pip (Auckland)
12-1 Marcel (Christchurch) 25-1 Christine (Rotorua) 50-1 Shelley (Pukekohe)
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