Glenn spent over two decades as a sports broadcaster on both radio and television with the ABC, commentating at four Olympic, four Commonwealth and two Paralympic Games. He called nearly 200 international cricket matches (covering 13 overseas tours) and commentated over 900 games of AFL & WAFL football, along with myriad other sports. Since mid-2011, Glenn has been freelancing in both the electronic and written media. He tweets from @mitchellglenn and can also be found on his website - glennmitchell.com.au
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This past week I witnessed two very different examples of on-field behaviour towards match officials – and the consequences of both were poles apart.
Mick Malthouse is set to equal a 66-year-old record and he is not happy.
Essendon qualified for finals football in 2013 but was denied the right to participate.
It was sad watching Gary Ablett through the opening fortnight of this AFL season; it was a case of the mind being willing but the body unable to follow suit.
Australia is the World Cup champion, for the fifth time no less. We are the greatest one-day country in the history of the game.
“Not guilty.” After 785 days of investigations and legal battles, those two words were uttered by AFL Anti-Doping Tribunal chairman David Jones with respect to the 34 current and former Essendon players tied up with the club’s doping saga.