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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.

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Member Since:
January 2013
Based In:
Sydney, New South Wales
Favourite Sports:
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The must-see games in the 2015 NRL season

The must-see games in the 2015 NRL season

16 Dec 2014

The highly-anticipated draw for the 2015 NRL season is out and there are some matches and special occasions that are worth not missing. Each club has now received their draw for what is expected to be another blockbuster of a season, each varying in difficulty depending on how your team fared last year. There will […]

No more excuses for the Suns and Giants in 2015

No more excuses for the Suns and Giants in 2015

10 Dec 2014

With both the Gold Coast Suns and GWS Giants now well and truly past their infant years, 2015 shapes as the season in which both clubs must seriously start pushing for a maiden finals berth. Season 2014 saw both clubs record their best seasons in their respective existences, with the Suns finishing 12th and the […]

Bennett’s Broncos rebirth wrecked by Boyd injury

Bennett's Broncos rebirth wrecked by Boyd injury

6 Dec 2014

Wayne Bennett’s resurrection of the Brisbane Broncos appears to already be over before it’s even started. In a major blow to the glamour club’s hopes of landing a seventh premiership, star recruit Darius Boyd snapped his Achilles during pre-season training early on Friday morning, and faces between six to nine months on the sidelines. The […]

“We must play on” – and so we will

"We must play on" - and so we will

5 Dec 2014

With the hardest day of their lives now over, it’s now time for the Australian cricket team to focus on the opening Test of the Border-Gavaskar Trophy against India starting next Tuesday. Sporting royalty, ranging from former Australian Test captain Ricky Ponting to South Sydney Rabbitohs premiership player Greg Inglis, packed the small coastal town […]

Phil Hughes’ death: What will it mean for the Test series?

Phil Hughes' death: What will it mean for the Test series?

1 Dec 2014

No one has been more devastated over the death of Phil Hughes more than Australian cricket captain Michael Clarke. The first Test has already been postponed. You could tell how much the 25-year-old’s shock death on Thursday affected the Test captain, through the heartbreaking speeches he delivered not only when it was announced last week, […]

A tragic loss for Australian sport

A tragic loss for Australian sport

28 Nov 2014

The death of Phillip Hughes will go down as being a tragic day not only for Australian cricket, but also Australian sport in general. Two days after being accidentally struck on the head by a bouncer during a Sheffield Shield match between South Australia and New South Wales at the Sydney Cricket Ground, the 25-year […]

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