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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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March 2012
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Central Coast, NSW
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Exclusive: The real Wikipedia page of AB de Villiers

Exclusive: The real Wikipedia page of AB de Villiers

5 days ago

Even though AB de Villiers took yesterday off, thus causing nations to weep, and worship to temporarily abate, this series has been dominated by talk about his supreme style and stunning life story. Being the modest ledge that he is though, he’s naturally played down his blinding rap sheet, and this has even extended to […]

Addressing the cricketing cold shoulder of the Australian people

Addressing the cricketing cold shoulder of the Australian people

6 days ago

Citizens of this fine land, I have called this Roar summit to address the evil infiltration of plastic chairs in to our once-daunting coliseums. This plague is subverting life in the outer as we know it, and dammit, something needs to be done. Human attendance numbers for the start of the cricketing summer have been […]

Party-pooping Richie’s comeback to cricket

Party-pooping Richie's comeback to cricket

22 Nov 2014

Yes, I am questioning Richie Benaud’s possible return to commentary for the Sydney Test, and yes, I know I’m going to hell for saying this. Even after a week of reflection following the announcement, hoping I would wake up to myself, my shameful stance still lingers. We all know why this belief is disgraceful, and […]

Four Nations decider proves Johnson is a big money show

Four Nations decider proves Johnson is a big money show

16 Nov 2014

Shaun Johnson belongs in rugby league’s business class of halfbacks after Saturday night’s mesmeriser for New Zealand in their 22-18 win over Australia. Amid attention from the Kangaroo forwards that sometimes was the stuff of Kings Cross doormen, the Warriors playmaker steered his team to a much-deserved Four Nations title with a man of the […]

Steyn’s in town to shirtfront Pup

Steyn's in town to shirtfront Pup

14 Nov 2014

My friends, we find ourselves in the midst of our War and Peace cricketing summer. Such is its length, spanning three seasons and four presidential terms, it has the potential to blend together in to one forgettable puddle of sameness. Never fear though, as if you squint hard enough, you should spot enough spicy subplots […]

Jazzing up the NRL’s tired approach to punishing crime

Jazzing up the NRL's tired approach to punishing crime

8 Nov 2014

“My car’s totaled, it’s all his fault and he has absolutely no money to pay me. So the judge decrees that he becomes my butler.” These are the famous words of one George Costanza. When it comes to innovative, effective and sensible methods for punishing a misdemeanour, he’s a man who knows what’s up. His […]

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