Cam Stokes Roar Pro

Cam Stokes

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A Queenslander that bleeds maroon, gold and red... and a little bit of teal. Was at Lang Park for the can throwing, the Gabba for Fatty's catch, and on the couch for everything I can get away with...

Member Since:
 
January 2015
Based In:
 
Brisbane
Favourite Sports:
Cricket, League, Rugby,

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Lucas Browne’s shot at redemption

Lucas Browne's shot at redemption

16 Jan 2018

The greatest redemption story in Australian sport is perhaps about to be written. It’s certainly the best story of 2018.

NRL’s 2018 premiership a tale of two 7s

NRL's 2018 premiership a tale of two 7s

9 Jan 2018

This year’s NRL premiership is likely to come down to two men, who will both be wearing the number 7 jersey, and looking to make an impact on teams that did very well without them last year.

Wayne Bennett has stuffed Brisbane for 2018

Wayne Bennett has stuffed Brisbane for 2018

6 Jan 2018

Wayne Bennett’s refusal to admit that he has bungled the Broncos’ recruitment efforts over the summer has effectively written off the powerhouse club’s 2018 season.

Thorn’s big backline calls

Thorn's big backline calls

4 Jan 2018

New Queensland Reds head coach Brad Thorn would’ve bristled with barely contained rage when he heard the news that Karmichael Hunt had again found himself in hot water with the law.

Johnathan Thurston’s legacy could be completely different if not for one moment

Johnathan Thurston's legacy could be completely different if not for one moment

30 Sep 2017

Take yourself back to this time two years ago, with the Cowboys to face the Broncos in the NRL grand final. The talk at the time was all about the great Johnathan Thurston, and how a victory in this clash would cement his place as one of the greatest of all time.

The neutral observer’s Lions tour

The neutral observer's Lions tour

6 Jul 2017

As a fanatical Wallabies and Reds supporter, it has been a delightful relief to watch the British and Irish Lions’ tour of New Zealand as a neutral observer.