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David Holden

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Always loved writing and thought I should give this a go. Love most sports although the Sharkies are the team I'm the most passionate about.

Member Since:
 
December 2016
Based In:
 
Illawong
Favourite Sports:
AFL, Cricket, Cycling, Football, League, Racing, Rugby,

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Rugby League World Cup: Pool matches to watch

Rugby League World Cup: Pool matches to watch

5 days ago

For those of you suffering withdrawals symptoms after a season of rugby league, you haven’t got long to wait.

The rise of Ashleigh Barty

The rise of Ashleigh Barty

2 Oct 2017

At a time when Australian tennis is looking for a role model, Ashleigh Barty might just be the one.

Why Australia should host the 2023 Women’s Football World Cup

Why Australia should host the 2023 Women's Football World Cup

23 Sep 2017

In June the federal government committed some modest funding to support Football Federation Australia’s bid for the Women’s World Cup in 2023. Based on the success of the Matildas on and off the field over the past few months, the FFA and the government should now be doing all it can to host that tournament.

The NRL needs to grow up – but not in the way Todd Greenberg thinks

The NRL needs to grow up – but not in the way Todd Greenberg thinks

17 Sep 2017

When Todd Greenberg said during the week that the NRL had to “grow up”, he was right, but for the wrong reasons.

Who will win the US Open this year?

Who will win the US Open this year?

27 Aug 2017

The US Tennis Open is the last tennis major of the year and, at least on the men’s side, it appears to be a real war of attrition with a number of highly ranked players not making it to the starting line.

Who will fill Australia’s No.6 role in the Ashes?

Who will fill Australia's No.6 role in the Ashes?

20 Aug 2017

In around three months’ time on the first day of the Ashes series at the Gabba, you can be confident, barring injuries, that Australia’s top five in batting order will be David Warner, Matt Renshaw, Usman Khawaja, Steve Smith and Peter Handscomb.