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.

Member Since:
 
June 2017
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Cricket, Football, Rugby,

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Cheika reaping rewards for faith in back-to-basics methods

Cheika reaping rewards for faith in back-to-basics methods

13 Oct 2017

The key to rugby success? It’s as simple as running up hills, apparently.

Are the Wallabies great or terrible? We’re still not sure

Are the Wallabies great or terrible? We're still not sure

8 Oct 2017

The Rugby Championship wrapped up Sunday morning as the Wallabies defeated Argentina 37-20 in Mendoza.

Cheika’s belief in Wallabies justified, even if the results suggests otherwise

Cheika's belief in Wallabies justified, even if the results suggests otherwise

2 Oct 2017

The margins are so fine at the top level.

Bumbling Reds on the verge of another blunder

Bumbling Reds on the verge of another blunder

29 Sep 2017

The Queensland Reds are apparently replacing Nick Stiles as head coach, and if they do, it would be just the latest in a long line of serious blunders from the struggling franchise.

Wallabies win at last, but the breakdown is still an issue

Wallabies win at last, but the breakdown is still an issue

17 Sep 2017

The Wallabies have broken their win-less drought, if you can call a three-game streak – including two against the All Blacks – a drought, with a 25-point win over the Pumas in Canberra.

Wallabies have re-established some pride, but now it’s time to win

Wallabies have re-established some pride, but now it's time to win

15 Sep 2017

The Wallabies go into the fourth game of the Rugby Championship still searching for their first win, despite commendable performances in their last two outings against New Zealand and South Africa.