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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.
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.
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.
29 Oct 2015
Boys, Us supporters just wanted to drop you a line before the World Cup final on Saturday.
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.”
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.