Fionn Roar Guru

Fionn

Roar Guru

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About

Twenty-one year old Canberra based tennis player and avid rugby fan. Favourites teams are the Brumbies and (a distant) second, the Hurricanes and of course the Wallabies.

Member Since:
 
August 2016
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Rugby,

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A tribute to Drew Mitchell

A tribute to Drew Mitchell

3 days ago

Australia’s 2015 world cup semifinal against Argentina started well for the men in gold – Rob Simmons scored the first try one minute in, and Australia went into the break ten points up.

The endless torture of being an Australian rugby fan

The endless torture of being an Australian rugby fan

5 days ago

It is often said that Australian rugby fans cannot stand losing, especially to New Zealand sides. This was true, to an extent, but only really for a brief period in the early 2000s.

Let’s cut the Aussies some slack, and give the Kiwis some credit

Let’s cut the Aussies some slack, and give the Kiwis some credit

5 Apr 2017

In Round 6 of Super Rugby, four Aussie teams lost to four Kiwi teams. The only exception to the rather depressing result was the Brumbies, who had a bye.

Super Rugby Round 6: How are our Wallabies shaping up?

Super Rugby Round 6: How are our Wallabies shaping up?

30 Mar 2017

The Wallabies’ problems in 2016 were many and varied. That being said they can be boiled down to four major issues.

How to beat the All Blacks: A lesson from Roger Federer

How to beat the All Blacks: A lesson from Roger Federer

26 Mar 2017

The best book on tennis strategy ever written is called Winning Ugly by Brad Gilbert.

If an Aussie team is cut, the Brumbies should be the last to go

If an Aussie team is cut, the Brumbies should be the last to go

23 Mar 2017

The Roar’s Spiro Zavos wrote in a recent article ‘Given its great number of players, about 500,000, and the great wealth within the rugby community, it is actually something of a marvel how unsuccessful England has been as a rugby nation’.