Ronan has been a reporter for 13 years and now traverses the globe as a photojournalist, contributing words and images to more than 30 magazines and newspapers across the US, Europe, Asia, Canada, Australia and New Zealand. He contributes travel, culture and current affairs content to the likes of CNN, BBC, The Guardian, The San Francisco Chronicle, The Toronto Star, The Irish Examiner, The Australian Financial Review, The South China Morning Post, The Singapore Straits Times, The West Australian, Yahoo! and many travel magazines. Ronan's photojournalism work has taken him to more than 40 countries and he's filed pieces for The Roar from many far-flung locations. Before becoming a freelance photojournalist he spent nine years working at daily newspapers in W.A. where he variously was a chief crime reporter, political correspondent, health reporter, sports reporter and features writer.
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Australia have arrived in South Africa with their weakest-ever ODI pace line-up. On Tuesday they kick off their tour with a quartet of pace bowlers who are not even among the ten best 50-over quicks in the country.
Australia have arrived in South Africa with their weakest-ever ODI pace line-up.
There is now a rough 50-50 chance that a rousing story will unfold on grand final day – either a premiership hoodoo smashed by the Western Bulldogs or a first flag snared by GWS.
We’ve been here before. In 2013 George Bailey’s blazing ODI form vaulted him into the Test team for the home series against England.
West Coast take a pair of key position All Australians into tomorrow night’s knockout final against the Western Bulldogs.
Let’s be honest – it is very difficult to see Australia winning even one of their four Tests on their upcoming tour of India.