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Adam

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Member Since:
 
July 2010
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Tasmania: Build a business case, and they will come

Tasmania: Build a business case, and they will come

20 Sep 2017

Tasmanian media has, at various times, been saturated with calls for an AFL team. There is plenty of passion, but not much objective thought.

Clubs and the NRL must work together to revive crowd numbers

Clubs and the NRL must work together to revive crowd numbers

15 Sep 2017

A lot has been said about the NRL crowds after last weekend, and the question on many people’s lips is: how do we revitalise the game and get more people to stump up their hard-earned dollars to come and see the games?

A 50-50 call that goes against your team isn’t a ‘howler’, it’s footy

A 50-50 call that goes against your team isn't a 'howler', it's footy

12 Sep 2017

What a weekend of games we had. All of the matches were not decided until the final minutes and offered great theatre.

Prop skills do not include throwing the ball

Prop skills do not include throwing the ball

20 Oct 2015

Watching the Wallabies on Monday morning was almost too much. In fact I had to turn the TV over a couple of times, but I would quickly turn it back to the action.

Forget the off-field crap, the Wallabies need to start winning

Forget the off-field crap, the Wallabies need to start winning

12 May 2015

Being a Wallabies fan is hard, it requires a certain level of dedication. There is no such thing as a fair weather fan, as there is not enough sunshine for them.

Fullbacks who execute the little things make a massive difference

Fullbacks who execute the little things make a massive difference

4 Apr 2013

I love a lot of sports, but one of my truly big passions is baseball. What do baseball and rugby league have in common? Both sports, and indeed all sports, are statistic and percentage based.