15 years old, love the Reds, Broncos, Maroons and anyone else from Queensland. Junior sports journalist and enthusiaist from the little town of Stanthorpe in southern Queensland.
- Member Since:
- August 2011
- Based In:
- Favourite Sporting Team:
- Queensland Reds
- Favourite Sports:
- Football, League, Rugby, Cricket,
On the second of June the Wallabies will take on Scotland in their first international match of the year at Newcastle. It will be a chance for the Wallabies to avenge their 9-8 loss to the Scots at Murrayfield in 2009.
The World Cup is only two days away, and it is time for the best players in the world to shine. A strong performance at a World Cup can increase a player’s pedigree. But a poor performance can see a player go from the top of the world to nothing.
While Australia is taking on the Sri Lankans in the northern cricket season, it’s nearly that time again for Australians to start getting excited for our home summer. But to be honest, who really is?
I wrote on Sunday about rugby league players that could convert to rugby union. AFL is a different case. This team is based on the size, temperament and attitude of the players and not necessarily their skills.
With the amount of controversy these days with code-swapping in the NRL some light needs to be shared on which players would actually do well in another code. Unlike AFL, the basics of both rugby union and league are nearly exactly the same; catch, pass, kick, tackle, score.