Eddie Otto Roar Pro

Eddie Otto

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About

I am passionate about most sport and a year ago I developed my own dedicated sports website for which I have written hundreds of daily content pieces (including audio) predominantly on Rugby League and Cricket, but also on the EPL and NFL. www.eye-of-the-tiger.org I am 31 years old, Sydney based, and for the past 10 years I have worked as a Level 2 professional cricket coach for Cricket NSW’s Indoor Cricket Centre and as a Primary School Teacher (Bachelor of Education) at Summer Hill Public School. I

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BBL07 season preview: Sydney Thunder

BBL07 season preview: Sydney Thunder

7 hours ago

The Sydney Thunder will be looking to rebound from finishing last in BBL06 after winning the title in 2015-16. Can the men in green bounce back this season or will they struggle once more?

Five thoughts From Day 2 of the 3rd Test

Five thoughts From Day 2 of the 3rd Test

23 hours ago

Australia mused their way back into the 3rd Test by dominating Day 2 against England on Friday. Here are my five main takeaways.

Five thoughts from Day 1 of the third Ashes Test

Five thoughts from Day 1 of the third Ashes Test

2 days ago

My five thoughts from Day 1 in Perth as England showed some resolve to take the upper hand in the game.

BBL07 season preview: Perth Scorchers

BBL07 season preview: Perth Scorchers

2 days ago

The Perch Scorchers are the most successful franchise in the Big Bash League, having claimed a third title in BBL06 last year. Can they dominate another summer of T20 cricket or are they in for a bumpier road this season?

BBL07 season preview: Hobart Hurricanes

BBL07 season preview: Hobart Hurricanes

3 days ago

The Hobart Hurricanes didn’t have the happiest of seasons in 2016-17, winning just three matches and finishing one place above the foot of the ladder. Unfortunately, things don’t look too much better for the men in purple this time around.

Third Test preview: Five thoughts

Third Test preview: Five thoughts

3 days ago

Australia head to Perth looking to wrap up the Ashes against an under-fire England side. Here I give my thoughts on the Peter Handscomb and Mitchell Marsh debate as well as why it’s not always a bad thing to drop a player.