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Andrew

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Brisbanite living in London. Football, Rugby, Cricket, Tennis, daylight, the rest.

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June 2017
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Super Mario has taken the Wallaby scrum to the next level

Super Mario has taken the Wallaby scrum to the next level

5 days ago

The news of Mario Ledesma’s impending departure from the Wallabies coaching set-up has sent the Australian scrum enthusiast community (all ten of you) in to mourning.

Eddie seems ready for the 2019 Rugby World Cup

Eddie seems ready for the 2019 Rugby World Cup

13 Oct 2017

With it being two years since England’s early World Cup exit on home soil, and just under two years until Japan 2019 kicks off, Eddie Jones has officially entered (you guessed it) phase two of his reign as England coach.

The Wallabies should party like it’s 2013

The Wallabies should party like it's 2013

5 Oct 2017

After the Wallabies vomit-inducing display during the first Bledisloe Cup Test in Sydney, it looked like only one Tom Petty song would sum up their 2017 – Free Fallin’.

Grand final week: Temporarily uniting the nation

Grand final week: Temporarily uniting the nation

27 Sep 2017

Grand final week still manages to stir up the passions of the most casual of casual sporting fans – your mum, the bloke at work who still thinks Alfie Langer or Wayne Carey play, the kid at school who doesn’t know a footy from a physics calculator.

Who should host the 2023 Rugby World Cup?

Who should host the 2023 Rugby World Cup?

22 Sep 2017

Ireland, France and South Africa are currently duking it out to see who will be crowned host of Rugby World Cup 2023, and the hyperbolic statements have ratcheted up a notch ahead of the November 15 decision.

Argentina: The perpetual rugby oddity

Argentina: The perpetual rugby oddity

14 Sep 2017

Argentina has long been one of the most mystifying, captivating and bewildering outliers in the rugby universe.