Some of the sports I cover include:
* Mostly AFL
* State of Origin
* Grand Slam tennis, including the Australian Open, French Open, Wimbledon and US Open
* The WTA Tour Championships and ATP World Tour Finals
* I also very rarely cover cricket and Formula One.
- Member Since:
- January 2013
- Based In:
- Sydney, New South Wales
- Favourite Sports:
- AFL, Cricket, Football, League,
Another AFL season is over and once again Hawthorn proved to be the team to beat, becoming the first club since the Brisbane Lions in 2001-03 to complete a premiership hat-trick.
With all bar the big one played out for season 2015, we know the teams who have earned a few Fridays, those who are exciting enough to be given a bit of grace, and which have next-to-no hope of getting any prominent timeslots.
The Western Bulldogs’ stunning resurgence was the feel-good story of this year’s AFL season.
We are now down to the final game of the season and what a grand final it promises to be. The Brisbane Broncos and North Queensland Cowboys do battle in the biggest match of the year at ANZ Stadium on Sunday night.
We are now down to the final game of the season and what a grand final it promises to be. Hawthorn and the West Coast Eagles will do battle in the biggest match of the year at the MCG on Saturday afternoon.
And then there were four. With an all-Western Australia grand final a real possibility, it will be up to Hawthorn and North Melbourne to keep some Victorian pride alive as the AFL season winds down to its climax.