Glenn Mitchell Columnist

Glenn Mitchell

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http://glennmitchell.com.au

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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 over 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,

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What happens if Australia go belly up in Adelaide?

What happens if Australia go belly up in Adelaide?

24 Nov 2016

Australian cricket has undergone a seismic shift. So, what’s next?

Will the BBL hijack the summer of cricket?

Will the BBL hijack the summer of cricket?

17 Nov 2016

So far this summer Test crowds in Australia have been poor. Just 12,000 turned out for the opening day of the first Test at the WACA Ground, while the match attendance over the five days was under 50,000.

What has happened to Australia’s batting stocks?

What has happened to Australia's batting stocks?

11 Nov 2016

Sadly, Australia’s batting stocks are continuing their steady decline.

David Warner and his massive bat can set the tone for Australia

David Warner and his massive bat can set the tone for Australia

3 Nov 2016

Australia is set to face Test cricket’s best current-day fast bowling arsenal.

Mitch Marsh needs to go

Mitch Marsh needs to go

27 Oct 2016

Mitchell Marsh’s position is currently the most problematic in the Australia team.

Khawaja and Burns must play in the first Test

Khawaja and Burns must play in the first Test

20 Oct 2016

Two weeks from today Australia will embark on what shapes as a very tough summer of Test cricket.

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