Jack Quigley Columnist

Jack Quigley

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About

A long time sports writer and podcaster, Jack has spent the majority of his media career covering football and rugby. He recently joined The Roar on the back of penning a viral Facebook rant aimed at the Wallabies which attracted 60,000 likes and more than 6,000 shares.

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June 2017
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The Reds without Cooper makes no sense to me

The Reds without Cooper makes no sense to me

6 days ago

Quade Cooper and Nick Frisby have reportedly been told by new Reds coach Brad Thorn that neither are part of the side’s plan for 2018.

No excuses left for Wallabies after Scotland smashing

No excuses left for Wallabies after Scotland smashing

26 Nov 2017

When the Wallabies lost to Scotland by five points in Sydney in June, the Wallabies’ coaching staff cited a lack of fitness and time spent together as a group for the general disorganisation and sub-standard performance.

Scotland clash will define Wallabies class of ’17

Scotland clash will define Wallabies class of '17

24 Nov 2017

The Wallabies’ 2017 record will likely be shaped by what unfolds at Murrayfield on Saturday night.

Blundering referee costs Wallabies at Twickenham

Blundering referee costs Wallabies at Twickenham

19 Nov 2017

While the 30-6 scoreline may look convincing, the Wallabies can feel very, very hard done by after an extraordinary afternoon at Twickenham.

Genia stars, but discipline a concern for Wallabies

Genia stars, but discipline a concern for Wallabies

12 Nov 2017

Despite the close scoreline, Australia never really looked in great danger of losing to Wales in Cardiff as the Wallabies extended their win streak against the Welsh to 13 games.

Do the Wallabies shuffle or stick?

Do the Wallabies shuffle or stick?

10 Nov 2017

Games against Wales always seem like a pretty big deal, such is the tradition and passion associated with the red jersey and the parochial Welsh crowd. But generally, as far results go, back-and-forth contests these are not.