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Ben Pobjie

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About

Ben Pobjie is a writer and comedian whose promising rugby career was tragically cut short the day he stopped playing rugby and had a pizza instead. The most he has ever cried was the day Balmain lost the 1989 grand final. Today he enjoys the frolics of Wallabies, Swans, baggy greens, and Storm.

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Shot in the clock: How the AFL fixes every problem

Shot in the clock: How the AFL fixes every problem

6 days ago

You know, if I had to sum up the AFL – the organisation, that is, not the frolicsome little athletic competition it oversees – in one word, that word would be: responsive.

Why Bernie is right not to return serve

Why Bernie is right not to return serve

13 May 2016

All right, if no one else has the guts to say it, I will. I agree with Bernard Tomic.

How to fix the Olympics

How to fix the Olympics

29 Apr 2016

If there’s one phrase guaranteed to get any sports fan excited, it’s “Ian Baker-Finch thinks”. When the grand old man of Australian golfing failure speaks, the world listens.

Fight back! Against the tyranny of officialdom

Fight back! Against the tyranny of officialdom

22 Apr 2016

Remember the name Majid Abedini, my friends. Mark it well. Write it on your hand. Enter it in your phone. Etch it deep in your brain. For it is a name you will have cause to celebrate in the not too distant future.

Eliminating cricket’s greatest blight

Eliminating cricket's greatest blight

1 Apr 2016

It was while sitting in the White Line Wireless box of dreams, commentating on the World Twenty20, that I was reminded of the darkness that still lingers over the game of cricket.

How exciting is the World Twenty20?

How exciting is the World Twenty20?

18 Mar 2016

It’s not that, historically, sporting events have struggled to excite me. I get excited about the Commonwealth Games. I get excited about the World Rugby Sevens.

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