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Cameron Rose

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I've never heard a conversation about footy or cricket that I haven't wanted to join in immediately. If you disagree with me, you'll be made to work very hard to change my mind!

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March 2012
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AFL’s off-season lull: The break we need

AFL's off-season lull: The break we need

2 days ago

AFL has been all but absent from the news over the off-season. It’s been a welcome and well earned breather for even the most ardent football follower. Only bad news makes the headlines in summer, so any respite is good on several levels. Absence, as we know, makes the heart grow fonder. Too often in […]

The five most memorable sporting moments I’ve witnessed live

The five most memorable sporting moments I've witnessed live

3 days ago

We love our sport in this country. It’s a source of national pride, and Victorians take it more seriously than most. While London was officially, as far as these things go, named the sporting capital of the world in 2014, it’s an honour that Melbourne has won several times. And let’s be honest, it should […]

Is Watson’s career in flames, or will a move to six see him through the Ashes?

Is Watson's career in flames, or will a move to six see him through the Ashes?

8 Jan 2015

In Australian cricket, there is always an Ashes somewhere on the horizon, and almost all of our Test cricket is viewed through this prism at one point or another. So while Steve Smith’s Australia rides roughshod in another run-fest romp over India, let’s have a look at what our Ashes Test side might look like, […]

Should Michael Clarke handover the Test captaincy?

Should Michael Clarke handover the Test captaincy?

14 Dec 2014

Is the time right for Michael Clarke to relinquish the Australian captaincy on a permanent basis? With Clarke himself raising doubts about any sort of playing future, the thought of no longer being skipper should be at the forefront of his mind. After such a mentally draining three weeks, and a physically draining few months, […]

Our hearts break for Phil Hughes

Our hearts break for Phil Hughes

28 Nov 2014

Why has the death of Phil Hughes affected all of us so? The grief is so raw, so palpable, so real. 99.9 per cent of the people who have been emotionally overcome never got the chance to meet him. Fewer still will have truly known him. From everything we hear, the ones who did count […]

The booing of Goodes: Poor taste or theatre?

The booing of Goodes: Poor taste or theatre?

30 Sep 2014

In the middle of last season, after the treatment of Jobe Watson at the hands of West Coast fans, I suggested that booing was for morons. Booing has become slightly topical once again after Adam Goodes was treated to a chorus of the same treatment whenever he had the ball in Saturday’s grand final. It […]

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