Saturday is moving day at any tournament, and Rory McIlroy proved that this morning by firing in a Quail Hollow course record 61 in third round of the Wells Fargo.
In the lead-up to Friday night’s Roosters-Bulldogs clash at ANZ Stadium, NSW State of Origin coach Laurie Daley was faced with three options to decide on his halves for the series opener on May 27.
Australian cricket fans are the best-informed in the world, but few, if any, have ever heard of Tom Harrison, the newly appointed CEO of the English Cricket Board.
Two former world number ones, Adam Scott and Tiger Woods, are in urgent need of an adrenalin boost.
When I read colleague Alec Swann’s assessment that Andrew Strauss’ appointment as director of cricket was a major plus for English, I wholeheartedly agreed.
Did we see the two Origin fullbacks in action last Sunday – Billy Slater and Brett Stewart? Slater’s an Origin legend with 25 appearances, and in every one he’s given NSW many a headache.