Raised in a family of rugby tragics, Kath Logan attended her first rugby test in a baby basket in 1970. Passionate about good people and good communities, she has worked in numerous regional and remote areas where sport has been a powerful force for change. What happens off the field is often more exciting than what happens on it.
- Member Since:
- December 2009
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- Favourite Sports:
- League, Rugby,
21 Mar 2017
Socrates silenced a gossiping student with the Test of Three. Before speaking, the student was invited to test his comments by asking, “Is it true? Is it good? Is it necessary?”
3 Feb 2016
There hasn’t been a bigger storm in a schooner glass since Todd Carney tried to follow in the steps of the great yogis and reach enlightenment by drinking his own urine.
11 Aug 2015
Racing has a long history of amateur pharmacology and the dose of the day is cobalt. Current stewards’ inquiries into cobalt use in NSW and Victoria have put a very public microscope on some of racing’s slyest characters.
8 Jul 2015
If the NRL would quietly settle up and let Alex McKinnon get on with his life, he wouldn’t have had to go on 60 Minutes in a thinly-disguised plug for his book.
7 Jul 2015
The spotlight on the Westfield Matildas’ stellar performance in the Women’s World Cup attracted the attention of plenty of people who’d never give the game a second glance.
16 Jun 2015
The greyhound racing business has put itself in a world of hurt. It’s not going to end any time soon and they deserve every bit of it.