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Greatest match? Australia v Great Britain, 2nd Test, 1990- Meninga scoring in the last minute to keep hope alive of winning the series.
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This headline isn’t just because I tipped the Titans and therefore fell further behind in my tipping comp. The Warriors deserved their win. They looked more likely throughout – which brings me to the main point of all this. There’s less than two minutes left on the clock, the Warriors leading 24-22 and New Zealand […]
2013 has seen a gigantic influx of resources flooding rugby league, which demand proactivity and clarity from our new administrators. We need no more than seven teams in Sydney to begin with, allowing for Perth and another Brisbane team to enter in 2018. The easy way to solve this is by asking which teams have […]
I’ve been upset the past few weeks. I really thought Dave Smith and the ARL Commission’s goal of 20,000 average attendance within five years was achievable. That was at the start of the season. That was before I realised that fixed scheduling is a disaster. We need the best games at the best venues at […]
There have been several decisions made by Laurie Daley and his selectors during this Origin series that can be called into question. I slice them into three categories: 1. Forgivable due to the reputation of the player involved. 2. Questionable at the time, poor in hindsight and 3. Wrong at the time and continuing to […]
Wests Tigers must do the right thing and let Benji Marshall leave, especially given the optimism surrounding the club’s halfback-in-waiting, Luke Brooks. Ian Schubert’s absurd intransigence with regard to the second-tier cap is the only thing keeping Brooks from the NRL right now. Yes, I’d love to keep a marquee player like Marshall in the […]
I’ve often stated here that the only difference between NSW and Queensland over the last seven series has been class. Forget motivation, “spirit” or “will to win”. The team with the most talent – not desire – usually wins the premiership (the existence of a salary cap proves this point) and it is no different […]