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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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Queensland Maroons team for 2015 State of Origin Game 1: Reaction

Queensland Maroons team for 2015 State of Origin Game 1: Reaction

19 May 2015

Mal Meninga may have all but copy/pasted his Queensland Maroons team line-up for Game 1 of the 2015 State of Origin series from last year’s Game 3 Wikipedia entry, but that doesn’t make it immune to analysis.

Australian Paralympians who have proved unstoppable

Australian Paralympians who have proved unstoppable

6 May 2015

It’s an age-old paradox – what happens when an irresistible force meets an immovable object?

The ‘voice’ of rugby league is off the pace

The ‘voice’ of rugby league is off the pace

17 Apr 2015

It was somewhat ironic that on the day Australia collectively mourned the loss of the voice of summer, the voice of two states’ winters showed telltale signs that age was also catching up with him.

How common sense could revolutionise NRL scheduling

How common sense could revolutionise NRL scheduling

8 Apr 2015

While watching the Sea Eagles and Raiders run around an Australian Rules football field in far-flung Albury on Easter Saturday, the word atop the roundabout that spins on endless loop in my brain was “Why?”

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.

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