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Andrew Marmont

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About

TV presenter/sports journalist. Big League, Rugby League Week, Radio Yorkshire, NRL Victoria.

Twitter: @SportSideways
Website: marmyonleague.wordpress.com

Member Since:
May 2012
Based In:
Melbourne
Favourite Sports:
Cricket, League, Rugby,

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England a modern-day cricketing Lazarus

England a modern-day cricketing Lazarus

1 Apr 2016

England’s walloping of New Zealand to reach the World T20 final is one of modern sports most remarkable comebacks. How does it compare with other amazing sporting turnarounds?

Stop at Tedesco for Slater’s Test jumper

Stop at Tedesco for Slater’s Test jumper

17 Mar 2016

James Tedesco is the man to fill Billy Slater’s shoes as Australian fullback, as well as reignite the Kangaroos’ flagging attacking game at the same time.

Technology and sport: The future of the NRL’s consumer

Technology and sport: The future of the NRL's consumer

10 Mar 2016

The NRL has a lane to pick. They must decide whether to reward the fans in the stands or on their sofas.

Sam Burgess could be a legend, but only in league

Sam Burgess could be a legend, but only in league

11 Nov 2015

He’s not as gifted as Sonny Bill Williams, nor does he have the speed of Wendell Sailor. But Sam Burgess could retire as a bona fide legend of rugby league so long as he stays put in the sport.

Aussie tough guys in their own cricket world

Aussie tough guys in their own cricket world

10 Nov 2015

The Baggy Greens’ bully-boy act is wearing thin. Bravado and bluster might have worked in the 1980s and ’90s, but the world has grown up since then. Their cricketers are stuck in a time warp, desperately trying to keep the culture of tough as teak going.

ARLC can revolutionise international game’s future

ARLC can revolutionise international game’s future

4 Nov 2015

Appointing a full-time Kangaroos coach should be rugby league’s way of fighting off the Wallabies, Socceroos and AFL’s advances.

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