Sports journo. Aussie. Vic turned NSWman.
Columnist at The Daily Telegraph, The Roar and MVP Genius.
Admin at Facebook pages Rugby Banter Page, NRL Gold and Pure NRL.
I write about AFL, union, league, basketball, tennis, cricket and football.
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It is often said that the Australian sports do not learn from each other enough, and the usual suspects brought up are the NRL and AFL. While generally neither code steals from the another, mainly for reasons of pride, it is time the NRL take full advantage of what is so far a gaping missed […]
The Big Bash League has surprised both cricket and non-cricket fans alike. In just a few short seasons, it has moved from the back of the Australian sporting landscape – a mere obligatory cricket competition – to the forefront of the Aussie sporting conscience. Last year it capitalised from a mightily successful Ashes series by […]
It is yet to be determined whether or not Ray Allen will return to the NBA at all, with reports suggesting the 19-year veteran is considering retirement. However, if Allen does decide to return, whichever team he joins could completely change the face of the championship race. It’s certain that if Allen does return, it […]
Less than a season and a half after the Brooklyn Nets gambled the future of the entire franchise on winning the championship within the next few years, it seems as if those lofty ambitions have already gone down the drain. Reports out of Brooklyn are that management would be open to trading any of its […]
Although we’re just over a month into the new NBA season, there is already talk about the free agent class of 2015, and more specifically, who is slated for a departure from their current club. While the upcoming off-season doesn’t have the hype and fanfare of the previous, plenty of teams will be looking to […]
The sporadic wonder of the Four Nations is upon us again after a three-year hiatus, and 2014’s instalment is set to be one of the most open fields in the tournament’s haphazard history. With Australia missing almost a team of future hall-of-famers, New Zealand having nearly have beaten them already this year, England looking as […]