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Lomu 5-1 for World Cup...NZ 50-1 for Miss World

Lomu 5-1 for World Cup...NZ 50-1 for Miss World

SYDNEY, Dec. 9 /MediaNet International-AsiaNet/ --

Jonah Lomu is 5-1 (6.00) with Centrebet to represent the All Blacks in the 2007
Rugby World Cup.

Lomu is set to play his first game for six months when Cardiff Blues tackle
Calvisano tomorrow.

"You should never write off a champ and Jonah is a great one," says Centrebet's
Gerard Daffy.

Centrebet is offering odds of 50-1 (51.00) that Kiwi beauty Kay Anderson
becomes Miss World.

Filipino contestant Carlene Aguilar is Centrebet's 4-1 (5.00) favourite to win
tomorrow's final.

"Kay placed in the bikini competition but she's a long shot to win the main
event," says Daffy.

Jonah Lomu plays for New Zealand in the 2007 Rugby World Cup
5-1 (6.00) Yes
1-9 (1.11) No

Miss World winner
4-1 (5.00) Philippines
12-1 (13.00) Canada, Iceland, Italy
14-1 (15.00) Puerto Rico, Russia
16-1 (17.00) Costa Rica, England, Lebanon, Namibia, Spain, Switzerland
20-1 (21.00) Mexico, Norway
25-1 (26.00) Australia, Brazil
33-1 (34.00) American Virgin Islands, Moldova, South Africa, Venezuela
40-1 (41.00) Bosnia & Herzegovina, Dominican Republic, Martinique, Peru,
Trinidad & Tobago
50-1 (51.00) Albania, China PR, India, New Zealand, Nicaragua, Slovenia, Sri
Lanka, Zambia
66-1 (67.00) bar

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

About Centrebet

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the world's strictest jurisdictions. Australia's Northern Territory Government
licenses Centrebet. Its Racing and Gaming Commission monitors transactions for
the protection of Centrebet and its clients.

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