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Kris Swales

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Write about sport here. Write about music, travel, life and the universe elsewhere.

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The MCG’s cheap food and drink could change Aussie sport

The MCG’s cheap food and drink could change Aussie sport

6 Mar 2015

In case you missed it, the MCG earlier this week waved the white flag in its battle with Tullamarine Airport for the title of Worst-Value Eatery in Melbourne.

NBL needs to ride Childress brain snap back to relevance

NBL needs to ride Childress brain snap back to relevance

4 Nov 2014

You know a sport’s grip on the nation’s collective consciousness is tenuous when it only makes the headlines off the back of bad news.

Stop worrying and learn to love international rugby league

Stop worrying and learn to love international rugby league

28 Oct 2014

International rugby league. The most divisive three-word phrase in the greatest game of all this side of ‘Phil Gould monologue'; a concept that inevitably stirs internet trolls out of their winter slumber.

The Four Nations is England’s to lose

The Four Nations is England’s to lose

21 Oct 2014

My first memory of an English footballer is David Hobbs’ elbow setting Greg Conescu’s tooth free from its gum at the SCG in 1984.

A sporting team by any other name doesn’t smell as sweet

A sporting team by any other name doesn't smell as sweet

14 Oct 2014

In case you missed it, the XXXX Queensland Bulls are now the my FootDr Queensland Bulls. Because the boys presumably spent so much of last season drunkenly tripping over that they now need a podiatrist.

Rabbitohs revival gives even rival fans hope

Rabbitohs revival gives even rival fans hope

8 Oct 2014

On Saturday night, black wrap still covered the fence surrounding Redfern Oval as a reminder of Michael Maguire’s intense grand final preparation.

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