This weekends rugby double is a treble!! Madness…

I’ll be brief as one of these games starts in 35 minutes and I’m trying to catch the first half prior to a wedding reception, who gets married on a Friday when there’s three games on? I ask you? Anyway, following on from last weekends incredible success (8/1 double) I aim to continue my RWC2015 fund with a treble on this evenings games. Entirely on the basis that its the end of the season and everyone likes a few tries on a Friday night I’ve gone for an over points treble on Dragons Vs Scarlets, Ulster Vs Leinster and Northampton Vs Bath, for those of ypu that prefer pictures. here’s oneRugby Accumulator

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