One Ladbrokes punter went DEEP into the Anytime Goal Kicker market on this 10-leg Multi across the two AFL games on Saturday afternoon.
To build this bet, our punter created two Same Game Multis across the Suns-Lions game, which featured six Anytime Goal Kickers and a four leg SGM for the Saints-Crows game backing three players to score a major and the Crows to win outright.
All in all it turned $100 outlay into a return of $4,287.50
Overall there were six players backed in the Suns-Lions game as well as three more at Marvel Stadium plus the Crows to win.
Starting at Metricon Stadium, our punter backed four Lions players and two Suns to kick a goal as the Lions moved back into the Top Eight with a 111-62 win.
Things got off to a great start when Eric Hipwood became the first leg to be ticked off when he scored inside the first three minutes.
Some wayward kicking meant the next leg did not get up until late in the opening quarter as Peter Wright became the next player in this Legendary Land to kick straight.
On we went into the second quarter as Cam Rayner picking up the first of his three for the afternoon and was followed later on that quarter by Alex Sexton.
Two quarters remained and two players still needed to score to give our punter a 6/6 record in part one of this Same Game Mutli Legendary Land.
Unfortunately for our punter’s stress levels neither Lewis Taylor or Lincoln McCarthy managed to kick a goal in the third quarter however as the Lions pulled away the two remaining players finally saluted midway through the fourth quarter.
For the rest of this Legendary Land to collect, our punter had a four leg Same Game Multi in action at Marvel Stadium as the Saints hosted the Crows.
Matthew Parker was the first of the selected player to score in this one, kicking a goal just over 15 minutes into the first quarter as the Saints built an early lead.
Tim Membrey kicked the Saints first of the second quarter and putting our punter at eight successful legs.
Eight minutes later, the final Anytime Goal Kicker leg was able to be crossed off when Lachlan Murphy put the Crows into the lead for the first time in the match.
All they needed to do now was hold onto that lead and our punter would be on the receiving end of a nice return.
While the Crows would not trail for the rest of the match, it was far from comfortable until the middle of the fourth quarter when they finally found a way to kick clear of the Saints.
That was the final leg in this spectacular Legendary Land which featured this punter making the most of the Same Game Multi!