Ronan has been a reporter for 13 years, and now traverses the globe as a travel photojournalist, contributing words and images to more than 30 magazines and newspapers across the US, Canada, Europe, Asia, Australia and New Zealand.
He contributes to the likes of CNN, The BBC, The Guardian, The Toronto Star, The Australian Financial Review, The South China Morning Post, The West Australian, Yahoo! and many travel magazines.
Ronan's travel writing and photography 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 travel photojournalist he spent nine years working at daily newspapers in W.A. where he variously was a chief crime reporter, political correspondent, health reporter, features writer and sports reporter.
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- April 2013
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- AFL, Cricket,
Matthew Wade is remarkably lucky to be in the Australian ODI side, and it will be a major mistake if he is part of their line-up for the forthcoming World T20 in India.
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In the last World T20, Australia relied on pace in spin-friendly conditions and it backfired spectacularly. Now, with their fast-bowling stocks decimated, they must learn from this mistake and bank on spin in India.
James Faulkner’s form slump could see him lose his spot in the Australian side for the upcoming World T20, with Shane Watson’s century yesterday heaping further pressure on him.
Glenn Maxwell will decide the fate of Australia at the upcoming World T20 in India. On dry Indian decks, the Aussies will rely heavily both on his off spin and his rare ability to destroy slow bowlers with the blade.
Chadd Sayers seemed destined never to play international cricket due to Australia’s pace obsession. Now the swing bowler is a realistic chance to make his Test debut next month in New Zealand.