Tim Holt Roar Guru

Tim Holt

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A Sport fanatic in all Sports

Member Since:
April 2013
Based In:
Irish in Ireland, but with a Melbourne refuge
Favourite Sporting Team:
Aston Villa
Favourite Sports:
AFL, Cricket, Cycling, Football, Netball, Tennis,

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Pakistan, Australia's greatest challenge

31 Jul 2014

If one was to lend a tennis parlance to depict the current state of the Australian cricket team, they have ruled on grass but now are confronted by a challenge on clay. The analogy is given credence by the comprehensive whitewash of England followed by the very impressive 2-1 defeat of South Africa away from […]

Will Nathan Buckley remain Hawthorn’s 23rd man?

Will Nathan Buckley remain Hawthorn's 23rd man?

19 Jun 2014

The winner of Hawthorn versus Collingwood on Saturday will be the side much more likely to finish in the top four at season’s end. With so much on the line, it will ensure every tactic, clash, and potential match up will be dissected to the tenth degree. One aspect that has been decisive in the […]

Which five sports people would you invite to dinner?

Which five sports people would you invite to dinner?

6 Jun 2014

If you had a chance to invite any five sports people to dinner, who would you choose? What rationale would you use in choosing them? These are mine, but Roarers, who would be yours? Wayne Carey (Australian rules) In many circles, Wayne Carey is seen as a rat-bag with little or no redeeming features. I […]

Who are your five all-time Aussie rules heroes?

20 May 2014

How do you define a sporting hero? The answer is unique to every individual, with players exuding characteristics that you personally laud in the game. Here are my top five Victoria Football League and Australian Football League heroes. Michael Tuck – Hawthorn They say if you want guaranteed disappointment, then meet your hero. Michael Tuck […]

A Bombers win over the Hawks will get the old blood feud boiling

A Bombers win over the Hawks will get the old blood feud boiling

26 Mar 2014

As the 2013 AFL season came to an end, one feels the media throng were draped in black out of mourning for the death of the ‘Kennett Curse’. It was a rivalry that captivated all in the aftermath of Geelong’s shock loss to Hawthorn in the 2008 grand final, when senior Cats players led by […]

10 things I want to see in the AFL in 2014

10 things I want to see in the AFL in 2014

13 Mar 2014

As the new season is about to begin, one has dreams and visions of what they want to see. Here are a few of mine. 1. The standard of umpiring approaching competency The declining standards of umpiring has been the bane of the game in the last 10 years, accentuated by the denial shown to […]

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