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Glenn Mitchell

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About

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

Member Since:
October 2012
Based In:
Perth
Favourite Sports:
AFL, Cricket, Cycling, Football,

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Where to now for Michael Clarke?

Where to now for Michael Clarke?

3 days ago

The national selectors have been decisive and swift to react in this series.

Credit to England, but Australia’s batsmen helped them look good

Credit to England, but Australia's batsmen helped them look good

4 days ago

Australia’s batting was eviscerated by a purposeful and determined England attack on the opening day of the third Test.

Haddin versus Nevill: A quandary for selectors

Haddin versus Nevill: A quandary for selectors

23 Jul 2015

It appears that Brad Haddin is ready to resume his role behind the stumps for the third Test at Edgbaston next week.

Some things are bigger than sport

Some things are bigger than sport

21 Jul 2015

Chris Rogers’ Test career may have come to a premature end.

Chris Rogers does it his way

Chris Rogers does it his way

17 Jul 2015

Chris Rogers is a throwback to another era. He is largely a square peg in a world of round holes.

Australia looking for redemption at Lord’s

Australia looking for redemption at Lord's

16 Jul 2015

Was Cardiff a ‘hiccup’ as Australian coach Darren Lehmann believes or the sign of a more significant malady? We will find out over the next few days at the sport’s spiritual home.

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