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Brett McKay

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Brett McKay is one of The Roar's good news stories and has been a rugby and cricket expert for the site since July 2009. Brett also writes for ESPNscrum.com, is a commentator for ABC Grandstand radio and on Fox Sports’ NRC live stream commentary, and has written magazine columns and articles in Australia and New Zealand. He tweets from @BMcSport.

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Four questions I want answered in Round 10

Four questions I want answered in Round 10

3 days ago

Sitting down to put the tipping panel together was the first chance I had to look at games this weekend, and doesn’t it loom as a really entertaining round?

Super Rugby Round 10: Upset week

Super Rugby Round 10: Upset week

4 days ago

Well, I wanted harder games to pick last week, and we’ve got them this week – whether we wanted them or not. I genuinely think six of the eight games could go either way, and this might be the round where a mid or lower-table team make their mark.

Super Rugby Round 9: More difficult rounds to pick, please

Super Rugby Round 9: More difficult rounds to pick, please

20 Apr 2017

I’ve learnt one big lesson in this tipping panel game, Roarers, and that is that you’re really only allowed one opportunity to launch a full-bloated high-quality gloat.

Pop quiz: Who’s the form Australian side at the moment?

Pop quiz: Who’s the form Australian side at the moment?

18 Apr 2017

Some surprise results and some impressive showings around the grounds in Round 8 helped put the focus back on actual on-field rugby this weekend, a welcome change from the potentially life-changing distractions going on off it.

Super Rugby Round 8: Howl, you bloody Moondogs!

Super Rugby Round 8: Howl, you bloody Moondogs!

13 Apr 2017

Surprise news this week for fans of Australia indie band Augie March, who announced that not only were they were re-releasing their critically acclaimed 2006 album ‘Moo, You Bloody Choir’, but that because they were massive rugby fans, they were calling the redux ‘Howl, You Bloody Moondogs’.

Sorry Melbourne. If the ARU is genuine, the Force must stay

Sorry Melbourne. If the ARU is genuine, the Force must stay

11 Apr 2017

So here we are. SANZAAR have committed to strengthening the Super Rugby competition by chopping teams, and the ARU will play their part in the process by choosing to effectively kill the game off in either Melbourne or Perth from 2018.