Geoff Lemon Columnist

Geoff Lemon

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About

Geoff Lemon is a writer, editor and broadcaster covering sport for The Roar and The Guardian, as well as writing on politics, literature and history for a range of outlets. He's a regular guest on ABC Radio and a video presenter for The Roar, including trips to the 2013 Ashes and 2011 Rugby World Cup. He runs the political satire website Heathen Scripture.

Geoff is also editor of Australian literary publisher Going Down Swinging. His own creative work includes the poetry collection Sunblind (2008), collaborative novel Willow Pattern (2012) and essay collection The Sturgeon General Recommends (2013).

Member Since:
June 2010
Based In:
Melbourne, Australia
Favourite Sporting Team:
Geelong Cats
Favourite Sports:
AFL, Cricket, Football, Rugby, Tennis,

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Lemon’s winners and losers, AFL Round 5

Lemon's winners and losers, AFL Round 5

3 days ago

Geelong may have been the biggest winner of Round 5, but they beat Hawthorn who didn’t lose much at all. Richmond mostly lost despite a win, Essendon purely lost, while Carlton won and lost at the same time. Confused? Me too. Don’t worry, we’ll battle through. Geelong stormed to the top of the table with […]

Four real winners emerge as Round 4 dishes out the thrashings

Four real winners emerge as Round 4 dishes out the thrashings

14 Apr 2014

The early rounds of an AFL season can be confusing, with unlikely results doing strange things to the ladder. Now that Round 4 is done, the picture is a whole lot clearer. Hawthorn and Geelong have locked in their positions at the top, just as they’ve done in so many weeks over the past eight […]

Spun and smashed: Top 8 moments from the World T20

Spun and smashed: Top 8 moments from the World T20

10 Apr 2014

The World T20 may have been crash-em bash-em stuff, but it contained some genuine cricketing brilliance. Let’s look back over the top performances. 8. England’s one bright moment They’re no longer the Old Enemy so much as the Old Bloke We Argue Half-Heartedly With While Eating Chips and Calling Each Other Names, such is the […]

Hail Lanning, for cricket’s women have the tougher job

Hail Lanning, for cricket's women have the tougher job

8 Apr 2014

Imagine captaining your country to a World Cup win at the age of 22, while personally turning in a decisive performance in the final four crunch matches. The deed would stand for the rest of your life. That’s the scope of what Meghann Lanning, compulsorily abbreviated in the Australian style to Meg, has achieved. When […]

Sonny Bill Williams eyes big-money move to AFL

Sonny Bill Williams eyes big-money move to AFL

1 Apr 2014

The AFL’s poachers are gunning for their biggest trophy yet, with rugby union and league star Sonny Bill Williams offered a multimillion-dollar deal to commence after next year’s Rugby World Cup. In what may be a strategic leak by either party, two Sydney sports journalists have reported receiving details that AFL boss Andrew Demetriou personally […]

Essendon weak, but James Hird should have the guts to walk

Essendon weak, but James Hird should have the guts to walk

28 Mar 2014

If the last few days proved something, it’s that Essendon Football Club will do anything for James Hird, and that Hird will take anything from Essendon. If he were to try giving for a change, the best offering would be to walk away and never come back. When club chairman Paul Little fronted a press […]

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