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Patrick Effeney

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About

Patrick is The Roar's Editor. Twitter: @PatrickEffeney

Member Since:
 
April 2012
Based In:
 
Sydney
Favourite Sports:
Cricket, Cycling, League, Rugby,

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A long time in sport: Reflecting on the best of the last three years

A long time in sport: Reflecting on the best of the last three years

17 Feb 2017

Three years is a long time in sport. If you don’t believe me, think back to a time when Mitchell Johnson was cracking skulls and taking names on his way to 37 wickets in a five-match Test series to reclaim the Ashes in emphatic fashion for Australia.

The absolute worst ads all sports fans remember

The absolute worst ads all sports fans remember

10 Feb 2017

Ads. A necessary part of the sporting broadcast, and the sporting experience in an increasingly professionalised world.

Shillington forced into retirement due to injury

9 Feb 2017

Injuries have forced Gold Coast prop and former Queensland and Australian representative David Shillington to end his NRL career, effective immediately.

Wallabies Spring Tour report card: Roar Live episode 2

Wallabies Spring Tour report card: Roar Live episode 2

8 Dec 2016

This week on Roar Live we’re talking with Roar expert Brett McKay on the Wallabies Spring Tour. What went right? What went wrong? Who’s to praise and who’s to blame?

Adelaide was about redemption. Pakistan is about revenge

Adelaide was about redemption. Pakistan is about revenge

7 Dec 2016

Revenge is the great motivator that has driven almost every spurned protagonist since stories were first told.

THAT meeting: It might not feel like it, but this is a big week for Australian rugby

THAT meeting: It might not feel like it, but this is a big week for Australian rugby

11 Nov 2016

The Wallabies may have left our shores and thrashed Wales, but in the corridors of power in the brick monolith at St Leonards, movers and shakers have been moving and shaking.