Chris is a sports humour writer dedicated to proving his theory that professional sport is just an excuse for grown men and women to earn big bucks for having a good time.
Also loves a God Damn snack.
- Member Since:
- June 2011
- Based In:
- Gold Coast
- Favourite Sporting Team:
- Thirroul Butchers
- Favourite Sports:
- AFL, Cricket, Cycling, Football, League, Motor, Netball, Rugby, Tennis,
Its 3:30am in rugby league’s dodgy discotheque and after a night of rejection, our two out-of-sorts stragglers catch one another’s eye across the sticky, smoke-filled dance floor. A coy smile. A cocky eyebrow raise. You don’t have to be Wade Graham to draw a picture of what happens next. The increasingly weary wingman, who has […]
For those who missed it The Replacements was a middling early 2000s sports flick about a bunch of rag tag ring-ins who are thrown into a professional American football side during a players strike. If you could suspend your disbelief for a couple of hours and imagine that one of the goofy stoners from Bill […]
Everywhere you go this week, NRL punters want to chuck in their two cents about the Storm versus Dragons siren shenanigans. However, few have asked the real question that needs to be asked. That is, how did all this actually happen? After all, referees’ boss Tony Archer’s explanation that Matt Cecchin reacted half a second […]
After watching his under-fire side get cruelly pipped in the final minutes, most NRL fans would be quick to tell you that new Warriors coach Andrew McFadden has the toughest job in the game. Is this really the case? Let’s face it. While getting thrown the keys to footy’s backfiring Daewoo Lanos and being asked […]
When NSW loses this year’s State of Origin series, a number of fingers are bound to be pointed and plenty will be aimed at the coaching staff. Thankfully, if Laurie Daley does get the dump early, the Blues have the perfect coach to step into the toughest job in footy. A coach who can be […]
The NRL’s Heritage Round is a chance for rugby league to look back warmly on the past while celebrating its future… for those who can be arsed making the effort, anyway. Unfortunately for the code and the wonderful Men of League organisation, which lend their name to the round, many clubs approach the fixtures like […]