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Kurt Sorensen

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"pressure is a Messerschmitt up your arse, playing cricket is not" - Keith Miller

Member Since:
November 2012
Based In:
Sydney
Favourite Sporting Team:
St George Illawarra/Milwaukee Bucks/Australian Cricket Team
Favourite Sports:
AFL, Cricket, Cycling, Football, League, Rugby, Tennis,

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England vs Australia: 2013 Ashes 2nd Test cricket live scores, blog – Day 3

England vs Australia: 2013 Ashes 2nd Test cricket live scores, blog - Day 3

20 Jul 2013

Another day, another massacre of batsmen. 16 wickets fell on Day 2 of this second Test between England and Australia. But it was the 10 Australian poles that fell in not much more than a session that will be the sorry tale talked about today. We’ll have live scores from 8.00pm AEST. The day started […]

Our irony is England’s ecstasy

Our irony is England's ecstasy

16 Jul 2013

My mother actually told me there would be days like these. Strange days indeed, when the English would defeat Australia in the tightest, most heartbreaking and (some may say) controversial of ways. My mother is a sporting mum. Not the kind that would scream bloody murder at the teenaged referee of an under 8s football […]

Broad’s non-walk just an excuse

Broad's non-walk just an excuse

14 Jul 2013

While taking a poorly timed bathroom break during the final session of this drama filled first ashes Test, I heard a yell from the lounge room. My wife is no cricket fan, she was coming home from a night out and as she passed the lounge room she was sure she saw Stuart Broad ‘hit’ […]

Juan Martin Del Potro vs Novak Djokovic: 2013 Wimbledon lives scores, blog

Juan Martin Del Potro vs Novak Djokovic: 2013 Wimbledon lives scores, blog

5 Jul 2013

It’s the men’s semi-finals tonight at Wimbledon, with the first being an intriguing, explosive and unexpected match-up between the attack of Juan Martin del Potro and the stoically brilliant defence of World No. 1 Novak Djokovic. Join The Roar for live scores and blog from 10.00pm AEST. Wimbledon 2013 has been a bloodbath for the […]

The year the Wimbledon court stayed green

5 Jul 2013

As a teenager I looked forward to two events each year more than anything else. One was Christmas and the other was Wimbledon. I looked forward to Wimbledon because I was about as nerdish as a tennis-playing teen could get, and grass court tennis was my text book. I looked forward to Christmas because that […]

‘Now’s The Time’ for Jackson Bird

'Now's The Time' for Jackson Bird

2 Jul 2013

With a name like Jackson Bird, there are so many word plays and analogies you could riff on. There’s ‘a Bird in the hand is worth two English wickets’ or ‘Jackson’s 5-for’, to name just a couple. But my favourite, and perhaps most appropriate, references the 1940’s Jazz great, Charlie ‘Bird’ Parker. The baggy greens […]

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