Dane was named best and fairest in the 2004 Bathurst mixed indoor cricket competition. With nothing in the game left to achieve, he immediately retired at his peak to a reclusive life ensconced in the velvet of organised contests. Catch the man here: @eld2_0
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Brisbane and the Cowboys. It’s a match-up so evenly matched-up that it can only be split by a hyphen, and that’s before even considering other grand final adages like anything can happen on the day because form always goes out the window.
Glasses raised please. A revolution of liberated free-balling is imminent, so let us toast this weekend’s grand finalists and all of the copycatting of their styles that will titillate us in the new year.
With New South Wales carrying one remaining shot at relevance in 2015, I’m enamoured by those neutrals who have tried to rally this impoverished state behind the last-standing Roosters. Sadly, their attempts are as futile as they are adorable.
As I’ve stated many times now, because it terrifies me, Brisbane is on a serious mission to return to their yesteryears of premiership stockpiling, and they’ll stop at nothing to get there. Or will they?
Because it’s so famously difficult to wager on sports in this country, I’ve decided that The Roar will be moving in to the exciting industry of pop-up sports gambling. But hurry, it’s for a limited time only. (The duration of this listicle.)
How low can the relevance of the minor premiership go? With each passing year it finds a deeper realm of triviality, the speed of its demise so alarming that we may see teams tanking for second place in 2016.