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Brett McKay

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About

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 is an international and Super Rugby commentator for ABC Grandstand radio, has commentated on the Australian Under-20s Championships and National Rugby Championship live stream coverage, and has written for magazines and websites in Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, and the UK. He tweets from @BMcSport.

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Midfield selection quandaries bring the intrigue for Bledisloe 1

Midfield selection quandaries bring the intrigue for Bledisloe 1

1 day ago

Maybe it’s just because everything else going on in Australian rugby has deadened the memory a bit, but I can’t readily recall a more fascinating set of selections leading into the first Bledisloe Cup Test Match of the year.

Perspective: Why Christian Lealiifano is the rugby story of 2017

Perspective: Why Christian Lealiifano is the rugby story of 2017

2 days ago

With all that’s gone on in Australian rugby this year, it has been a bit harder and you’ve had to dig a bit deeper to find an uplifting story. Yesterday wasn’t one of those days.

A hell of a way to find out bad news

A hell of a way to find out bad news

3 days ago

The Friday 5pm press conference is the oldest trick in the public relations book.

The laws are fine, the card was correct and the Crusaders are worthy Champions

The laws are fine, the card was correct and the Crusaders are worthy Champions

8 Aug 2017

It was one of those moments in a game where as soon, as it happened, you could see and hear the conversations starting.

Super Rugby tipping: The final

Super Rugby tipping: The final

3 Aug 2017

And then there were two. The best teams throughout the season will meet the first time for the season, and with the ultimate prize at stake.

After all the distractions, it’s a welcome 1 v 2 Super Rugby final

After all the distractions, it’s a welcome 1 v 2 Super Rugby final

1 Aug 2017

It honestly couldn’t have come at a better time. There’s been so much confusion, angst, dunderheadedness, indecision, procrastination, and annoying silence in rugby this season that the Super Rugby Final delivering the best two teams all season was a very welcome gift.