Cameron Rose Columnist

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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Injuries no excuse for flailing Sydney

Injuries no excuse for flailing Sydney

6 days ago

Let’s get something straight – Sydney’s 0-4 start to the season is not because of injuries. It’s because of list management and poor form, and let’s not pretend otherwise.

All Aged Stakes and Champagne Stakes: Group 1 tips and previews

All Aged Stakes and Champagne Stakes: Group 1 tips and previews

14 Apr 2017

The Championships are over, but the Group 1 racing in Sydney continues for another week, which will actually turn into two when the Sydney Cup is re-run next Saturday.

West Coast vs Sydney: Thursday Night Forecast

West Coast vs Sydney: Thursday Night Forecast

13 Apr 2017

Welcome to the Thursday night forecast for Round 4, where an appetising match-up awaits, a mildly disappointing West Coast coming off a loss, hosting a Sydney outfit finding themselves winless and desperately in need of victory.

Melbourne are ‘Gawn’? Not likely!

Melbourne are 'Gawn'? Not likely!

12 Apr 2017

Max Gawn is a match-winning ruckman, hugely influential, and a top 20 player in the game, but his absence over the next three months should barely be felt by Melbourne.

The AFL pecking order turned upside down

The AFL pecking order turned upside down

11 Apr 2017

Three rounds in to the AFL season, and we have no idea what the pecking order is.

The Championships Day 2 tips: Group 1 previews

The Championships Day 2 tips: Group 1 previews

7 Apr 2017

Day 1 of the Championships last Saturday was initially marred by a savage rails bias that is becoming all too prevalent at marquee racing meetings in this country, but all was forgotten after Chautauqua’s stunning, stupendous and unforgettable TJ Smith win.