Matt Porter Roar Guru

Matt Porter

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Cantabrian Kiwi living on the glorious Central Coast of New South Wales. Am most happy when the Crusaders and All Blacks are sweeping all before them.
I can resist anything but temptation.

Member Since:
 
May 2016
Based In:
 
Umina Beach
Favourite Sports:
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Fly halves and a full back on fire in Fijian epic

Fly halves and a full back on fire in Fijian epic

5 days ago

Goodness me, that heavyweight bout between the Crusaders and Chiefs was a game of almost absurd quality last night.

Here’s two All Blacks match-day 23s that could both beat the Lions

Here’s two All Blacks match-day 23s that could both beat the Lions

5 May 2017

Depth. It’s a great quality to have in a human being. It’s a dimension Olympic divers are grateful for in the pools below. And it’s a crucial aspect to the success of a rugby team.

Strong Lions squad doesn’t have the x-factor to beat All Blacks

Strong Lions squad doesn't have the x-factor to beat All Blacks

21 Apr 2017

The big cats are out of the bag with the naming of Warren Gatland’s 41-man Lions squad to face the toughest assignment in world rugby, a fully fledged tour of All Black country.

Embrace the conference system, don’t make excuses for it

Embrace the conference system, don't make excuses for it

7 Apr 2017

I used to think a contraction of Australian rugby talent from five Super teams to four was the way to go and have commented to that effect on a few Roar threads.

Force apart, a miserable weekend for the Aussies

Force apart, a miserable weekend for the Aussies

6 Mar 2017

Apart from the Force and their well-deserved win against the Reds on Thursday night, it was a miserable old round for the Aussie Super Rugby teams on the weekend.

England rucked off and five other thoughts from the weekend

England rucked off and five other thoughts from the weekend

28 Feb 2017

It’s not a bad thing when a weekend of rugby begins on a Thursday evening and is still going strong on Monday morning – a bit like a couple of faded rugby stars on the disco dandruff… here’s six observations from the weekend’s action.