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Andrew Logan

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Member Since:
 
May 2007
Based In:
 
Australia
Favourite Sports:
Rugby,

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Hayne at sixes and sevens in rugby’s short form

Hayne at sixes and sevens in rugby's short form

24 May 2016

I have to apologise in advance for cracking and putting pen to paper on the subject of Jarryd Hayne. I’d understand if my car was egged by irate citizens.

Snix degrees of separation makes rugby unique

Snix degrees of separation makes rugby unique

7 Apr 2016

Carl Friedrich Gauss was a German mathematician and child prodigy who, among other things, is credited with developing the Gaussian function – an algebraic notion which, when graphed, shows the characteristic shape we commonly know as the bell curve.

Square up, Australian rugby

Square up, Australian rugby

24 Mar 2016

Last Sunday, at a country rugby field, among the autumn leaves gently falling and the cool wind gusting across the ground, Wallabies scrum coach Mario Ledesma took a group of players and coaches through their paces.

To: The Wallabies, c/o Twickenham

To: The Wallabies, c/o Twickenham

29 Oct 2015

Boys, Us supporters just wanted to drop you a line before the World Cup final on Saturday.

Rugby care factor? Unreasonably high

Rugby care factor? Unreasonably high

22 Oct 2015

UK sporting columnist Simon Barnes said it best: “The sport was never designed as an activity on which fortunes and the reputations of nations depend.”

All Blacks too complete for flaky France

All Blacks too complete for flaky France

18 Oct 2015

One of the telling moments in New Zealand’s 62-13 drubbing of a beleaguered France came in the 65th minute when Charlie Faumuina ran through a gap and offloaded to Kieran Read for yet another All Black try.