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About

Massive sports fan especially Rugby League & Football.

Uni Student & Bartender.


- Eels 2009 run to the finals - Unforgettable.

- Canberra DH mountain bike World Champs 2009 - My greatest sporting event.

- Blues State of Origin Win & Australia vs. Netherlands 2014 - Best night ever.

Member Since:
May 2012
Based In:
East Coast.
Favourite Sports:
Football, League, Racing,

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Clear your porches, Cronulla is on track to end their 50-year wait

Clear your porches, Cronulla is on track to end their 50-year wait

25 May 2016

A remarkable resilience and turn-around in the Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks Football Club’s fortunes has them on-track to end their half-century wait for a maiden rugby league premiership.

The Foxes, the team that never quit

The Foxes, the team that never quit

5 May 2016

Before players walk out onto the field at Leicester City’s home ground – King Power Stadium – they walk through a set of double-doors with three simple words written above them.

The Anthony Griffin gamble

The Anthony Griffin gamble

10 Dec 2015

Phil Gould shocked the rugby league world in mid-October by sacking then coach of the Penrith Panthers, Ivan Cleary.

Vardy and the Foxes continue to rise

7 Dec 2015

Leicester City continued their run of form last night as they took down Swansea City 3-0 at Liberty Stadium in Wales.

Eels at fork in the road with captaincy choice

Eels at fork in the road with captaincy choice

25 Nov 2015

The Parramatta Eels have a wave of new signings joining their ranks for next season, with the likes of Beau Scott, Kieran Foran and Michael Gordon fronting up to pre-season training at the beginning of November.

Bird the NRL player with biggest point to prove in 2016

Bird the NRL player with biggest point to prove in 2016

22 Nov 2015

With the Gold Coast Titans edging closer to becoming the laughing-stock of the National Rugby League, someone needs to stand up.

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