Paul Cully Columnist

Paul Cully

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About

I am a freelance journalist who was born in NZ and raised in Northern Ireland but spent most of my working life in Australia. Former Sun-Herald sports editor, rugby tragic and current Roar and RugbyHeaven contributor. Lucky to be able to write about a subject I love.

Member Since:
February 2012
Based In:
London
Favourite Sporting Team:
The Crusaders
Favourite Sports:
Rugby,

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Brilliant Genia’s absence brings Reds back to the pack

Brilliant Genia's absence brings Reds back to the pack

24 Jan 2013

There are few better places to start looking for a side’s prospects in 2013 than reviews of their play last year. Another look at the tapes can challenge prejudices the viewer might nurture – or confirm opinions already held.

Lions schedule hands Super coaches an unpredictable task

Lions schedule hands Super coaches an unpredictable task

16 Jan 2013

In the first round of Super Rugby in 2001 – the most recent British and Irish Lions tour year – the three Australian provinces taking part in the then Super 12 all recorded victories ranging from handy to handsome against New Zealand opposition.

Five of the big questions that will be answered in 2013

Five of the big questions that will be answered in 2013

9 Jan 2013

Blessed is the turn of the year. With it comes the promise of fresh starts and renewal: clean pages for all after a largely disappointing year for Australian rugby in 2012.

Candid Smith offers a reminder of the Wallabies’ potential

Candid Smith offers a reminder of the Wallabies' potential

20 Dec 2012

Throw out the question “what makes the world’s best side” and a heap of answers might come back your way.

Reds, Brumbies deserves favouritism, but Tahs make things interesting

Reds, Brumbies deserves favouritism, but Tahs make things interesting

13 Dec 2012

It might have slipped through the cracks but there was a telling remark about Israel Folau last week from a purely rugby perspective.

Northern drubbings give Deans, Hansen plenty to stew on

Northern drubbings give Deans, Hansen plenty to stew on

6 Dec 2012

It is a slightly cheeky exercise but add together the two standout performances from the Spring tours and you end up with a total of Northern Hemisphere heavyweights 71, Southern Hemisphere 24.

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