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Rob na Champassak

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About

AKA Rob From Brumby Country A fan of: the Brumbies, NSW Country Eagles, Australian Cricket, Tottenham Hotspur, Rafael Nadal

Member Since:
 
February 2013
Based In:
 
Canberra
Favourite Sports:
Cricket, Football, Rugby,

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Knives out for the Brumbies: Et tu, Bill Pulver?

Knives out for the Brumbies: Et tu, Bill Pulver?

17 Mar 2017

Just over 21 years ago, amidst rugby’s first few steps into the professional era, the Australian Rugby Union commissioned a new top-tier side, residing in the nation’s capital city, to take part in the Southern Hemisphere’s new-look Super 12 competition.

Forget about the blasted bonus point

Forget about the blasted bonus point

25 Sep 2015

And so the Rugby World Cup is finally underway for Wallaby fans, and as you may have heard Australia kicked off their campaign with a 28-13 victory over Fiji.

A look at the NRC Clubs and their media platforms

A look at the NRC Clubs and their media platforms

18 Jul 2014

There have been some complaints about a lack of information regarding the National Rugby Championship (NRC) from the ARU and the teams involved as the start of the competition bears closer.

My Wallabies squad for the June internationals

My Wallabies squad for the June internationals

22 May 2014

Ewen McKenzie is soon to announce his Wallabies squad to take on the French in the June internationals. With one eye on the future and another on the present, I self-indulgently present to you my match-day squad.

‘Jakeball’ is alright

'Jakeball' is alright

12 May 2014

Hands up those of you who sat through all eighty minutes of the top-of-the-table Sharks-Brumbies match on Saturday night. Now hands up those of you who enjoyed the spectacle.

Re-imagining the Sheffield Shield

21 Mar 2014

The Sheffield Shield Final kicks off today. The culmination of thirty matches of domestic cricket sees New South Wales host Western Australia at Manuka Oval in Canberra.