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Dan Liebke

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About

Former Nathan Hauritz impersonator.

Member Since:
 
June 2013
Based In:
 
Sydney
Favourite Sports:
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The Liebke Ratings: Women’s Ashes Test match

The Liebke Ratings: Women's Ashes Test match

6 days ago

With Australia 4-2 up in the women’s Ashes after just three matches, in seeming defiance of the very laws of arithmetic, the two sides visited North Sydney Oval to play the sole Test match of the series.

The Liebke Ratings: Women’s Ashes, ODI matches

The Liebke Ratings: Women's Ashes, ODI matches

30 Oct 2017

We’ve just completed the first leg of the Women’s Ashes, three one day internationals shared between the Allan Border Oval in Brisbane and the Coffs Harbour International Stadium in, you guessed it, Coffs Harbour.

The Liebke Ratings: 2017 NRL Grand Final

The Liebke Ratings: 2017 NRL Grand Final

2 Oct 2017

The NRL season reached its climax in geographically diverse fashion, with the Melbourne Storm facing off against the North Queensland Cowboys in the middle of Sydney.

The Liebke Ratings: India vs Australia, third ODI

The Liebke Ratings: India vs Australia, third ODI

25 Sep 2017

After two defeats in the first two games of this series, Australia headed to Indore for Game 3. Would a switch to Indore cricket make for a change of fortunes?

The Liebke Ratings: India vs Australia second ODI

The Liebke Ratings: India vs Australia second ODI

22 Sep 2017

One-nil down, Australia headed to Kolkata looking to level the series. Instead, they left there with the series the very opposite of level.

The Liebke Ratings: India vs Australia first ODI

The Liebke Ratings: India vs Australia first ODI

18 Sep 2017

After a quick diversion into a rained-out Champion’s Trophy, a thoroughly unpleasant pay dispute and a hard-fought Test series in Bangladesh, Australia finally resumed their tour of India that began way back in, oh, let’s say, March.