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Andrew Marmont

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RSN's NRL Analyst, RLW writer.

Member Since:
May 2012
Based In:
Melbourne
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Enough with the sour grapes – Shaun Johnson is the world’s best rugby league player

Enough with the sour grapes – Shaun Johnson is the world's best rugby league player

21 hours ago

Shaun Johnson’s wizard-like Four Nations performance should go down as one of the most dominant displays by a half in international rugby league history – that is why he won the Golden Boot. The award is awarded to the best player over a calendar year that includes club and Test match performances, but Rugby League […]

Finals footy, the Warriors are coming for you

Finals footy, the Warriors are coming for you

15 Jul 2014

Push-over scrums, ferocious gang-tackling, a lightning halfback and a classy fullback coming into their own – the Warriors should have the competition shaking in their studded boots. Now three wins in a row, the Warriors are the best attacking side in the NRL. Saturday’s 48-0 rout of an eager Parramatta was outrageous football from the […]

What we learned from Todd Carney and Alex McKinnon in 2014

What we learned from Todd Carney and Alex McKinnon in 2014

1 Jul 2014

This year will forever be remembered for two players who had contrasting years. One, a gifted young player whose career ended via a tackle, another who ended his own career through his own actions. Alex McKinnon Red-haired. Twenty-two. Quietly spoken. Played for the Dragons and the Knights. I think he has a small tattoo on […]

Hayne creates his own legend with single act

Hayne creates his own legend with single act

19 Jun 2014

Is there anything Jarryd Hayne cannot do? The superstar Blues snatched the game from Queensland’s grasp and put his name on State of Origin and Australian rugby league history with one single act. Hayne’s tears of joy summed up his Origin career’s frustrations – eight years is a long time without a series win. But, […]

The NRL have created this tackling mess

The NRL have created this tackling mess

2 Jun 2014

Welcome to the new age of rugby league, where players pile-drive each other into the turf like Hulk Hogan and receive a week off. First of all a pop quiz: these things all have one thing in common. What is it? • Chicken wing • Cannonball • Crusher • Rolling pin • Ankle twister • […]

State of Origin in trouble unless it evolves

State of Origin in trouble unless it evolves

26 May 2014

As we celebrate 100 State of Origin matches, we’ve enjoyed reliving those classic moments between Queensland and New South Wales. Yet the Origin contest must continue to evolve as a format or risk becoming redundant in today’s sporting landscape. In a climate where sports and competitions are evolving to meet the changing needs of viewers, […]

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