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Chris Chard

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About

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
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AFL, Cricket, Cycling, Football, League, Motor, Netball, Rugby, Tennis,
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Five worst Origin moments: Queensland

Five worst Origin moments: Queensland

26 May 2014

With their all-out dominance in the interstate arena it would be simple for many fair-weather footy fans to think that the history of State of Origin has seen the Maroons sail smoothly to success. This, however, is simply not the case, as for every Darren Lockyer or Johnathan Thurston moment of magnificence, there has been […]

Five best Origin moments: Queensland

Five best Origin moments: Queensland

22 May 2014

The history of State of Origin is littered with more amazing memories than the Lang Park surface with beer cans post Wally Lewis sin-binning. With all the big hits, big names and the big hype, you can be assured that each series is going to see have its share of, ummm, big moments. Of course […]

Queensland Maroons team for 2014 State of Origin Game 1: Expert reaction

Queensland Maroons team for 2014 State of Origin Game 1: Expert reaction

19 May 2014

Well it’s that time of year again. After clinching a record eighth successive State of Origin series victory last year, consistency will again be the key for Queensland. Coach Mal Meninga has released a squad for Game 1 that remains relatively unchanged from last season. Here’s how the team will line-up in Brisbane. More Origin […]

Ricky Stuart’s five-point plan for success

Ricky Stuart's five-point plan for success

13 May 2014

As rugby league’s greatest thinker, big things were expected of Ricky Stuart taking over as coach at the Canberra Raiders. Unfortunately the lime milk has begun to turn sour in the nation’s capital. Back-to-back losses bigger than Sam Backo’s butt cheeks have begun to bring the heat just as things are supposed to be cooling […]

The NRL’s social media fail XIII

The NRL's social media fail XIII

8 May 2014

With its all pervasiveness and ease of access, the world of social media is a place where it is very simple to make a goose of yourself. I mean hell, we’re all human, and who hasn’t ever tweeted something stupid. Who hasn’t ‘liked’ a potentially career-ending Facebook page or had a picture of themselves nude […]

What was hot and what was not in rugby league’s rep weekend

What was hot and what was not in rugby league’s rep weekend

5 May 2014

Ever since the great 1909 grand final cock-up, representative rugby league has been difficult for footy administrators, and still manages to plague the big bosses. Much more so than club footy, rep games can be hit and miss, and while they have given the code some of its greatest moments, they have also seen some […]

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