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Dane Eldridge

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About

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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Australia’s selection crisis: Time to return the team to the people

Australia's selection crisis: Time to return the team to the people

3 days ago

From this day forth, the current selectors are instructed to immediately cease selecting.

Finally, some good news for rugby league: Not all players are grubs

Finally, some good news for rugby league: Not all players are grubs

31 Jan 2016

All intrepid extra-terrestrials landing in Sydney for the first time this week would’ve assumed the National Rugby League to be the most significant assemblage of barbaric reptilia this side of Roswell.

The Khawaja snub: Now it’s personal

The Khawaja snub: Now it's personal

27 Jan 2016

Should Leonardo DiCaprio again be overlooked for Oscar honours after his stellar work in The Revenant, there are fears among the showbiz industry that he will be ultimately defined as the Usman Khawaja of Hollywood.

Australia is odds-on for another historic collapse in New Zealand

Australia is odds-on for another historic collapse in New Zealand

24 Jan 2016

Some distressing intelligence has been brought to my attention. Nearly three-quarters of Australia’s squad for the New Zealand tour have never worn a jandal-crusher nor shied at a chully bun in all of their professional cricketing lives.

A highly unhelpful preview of the Big Bash finals

A highly unhelpful preview of the Big Bash finals

21 Jan 2016

This year’s Big Bash League finals series promises to be one of the tightest of all time, with the remaining competition levelled from widespread pilfering by locally run international rebel tournaments.

Can New Zealand’s violent batting destroy the world?

Can New Zealand's violent batting destroy the world?

15 Jan 2016

When Brett Lee isn’t calling the cricket, he spends his ad breaks flogging off health insurance in a role as a mentor who instructs a gawky protege batsman to cast off his obvious shortcomings and “just smack it”. It’s real Churchillian stuff.

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