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Matt Cleary

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Member Since:
 
April 2016
Based In:
 
Allambie Heights
Favourite Sports:
AFL, Cricket, Football, League, Racing, Rugby,

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Angst, teeth-gnashing, and Machiavellian malarkey: The Wests Tigers story

Angst, teeth-gnashing, and Machiavellian malarkey: The Wests Tigers story

2 days ago

Senior playing groups at footy clubs can be pretty powerful. But it’s never a good idea for them to be too powerful.

The 100 best players in NRL history: 25-11

The 100 best players in NRL history: 25-11

4 days ago

Behold: the sub-pantheon of champions. How it pains to have Darren Lockyer, Peter Sterling and Brett Kenny outside a top-ten list.

League man gambling? Knock me down with a king size Tontine

League man gambling? Knock me down with a king size Tontine

18 Mar 2017

And so rugby league man Tim Simona has been de-registered for gambling in a game sponsored by gambling.

If everyone’s cool with it, why is Ian Roberts the only man out?

If everyone's cool with it, why is Ian Roberts the only man out?

17 Mar 2017

I don’t know if there are any gay dudes in the NRL, AFL, A-League, Super Rugby and cricket, but going on statistics, you’d assume there are.

The 100 best players in NRL history: 45-26

The 100 best players in NRL history: 45-26

15 Mar 2017

“It’s getting hot in here, so take off all your clothes,” sang Nelly on the album Nellyville. And who’s to argue? For the heat is also here in the 100 best rugby league players in history (read: since 1980) mega-list with the next 20 – the 45-26 men – proving more contentious again.

There’s no golden point to a glorified game of two-up

There's no golden point to a glorified game of two-up

10 Mar 2017

Ever seen baseball players fight? It’s one-in-all-in; they tear in from everywhere, dozens, even hundreds of these people, a squalling, brawling flock of angry birds, all leaping on each other and forming a giant organism of sorts, a human scrum of flailing arms and legs and heads and feet.