Joe Karsay Columnist

Joe Karsay

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About

Joe loves and writes about numerous sports. His favourite sport to analyse is test cricket due to its complexity and nuances. You can catch him from time to time on TV on the Drum (ABC24, Friday nights at 6.05pm - http://www.abc.net.au/news/abcnews24/programs/the-drum/).

Member Since:
 
October 2010
Based In:
 
Sydney, Australia
Favourite Sporting Team:
Cycling: GreenEDGE, Cricket: Australia (of course), EPL: Liverpool, NRL: Dragons, AFL: Carlton
Favourite Sports:
AFL, Cricket, Football, League,

Latest Articles

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Ashes series: Clarke’s legacy is on the line

Ashes series: Clarke's legacy is on the line

15 Nov 2013

Every Ashes series is important but the one that kicks off in Brisbane next week will be defining. If Australia lose it will be our fourth straight Ashes series loss.

Scott turns years of disappointment into triumph

Scott turns years of disappointment into triumph

15 Apr 2013

The bitter disappointment that has for so long been Australia’s story at the Masters tournament has at last reached a fairy tale ending.

Clarke and Arthur killing Australian Test team culture

Clarke and Arthur killing Australian Test team culture

13 Mar 2013

The stoic Australian Test team culture was dealt a significant blow this week by Michael Clarke and Mickey Arthur.

Dragons caught in a vicious cycle

Dragons caught in a vicious cycle

16 Feb 2013

St George Illawarra have got themselves into a vicious cycle. In the last 24 months they have lost some great players and have not been able to attract anyone of equal quality or profile.

Australian Test bowler predictions for 2013

14 Feb 2013

As we approach the tours of India and England, the shining light for Australian cricket is the depth in our seam bowling ranks.

Australia's Test batsman predictions for 2013

12 Jan 2013

We are going to learn a lot about where the Australian Test side is at in the next 12 months. Back-to-back tours of India and England are about as tough as it gets.