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Tom Rock

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About

As a full-time pharmacist, part-time Roarer and fair-weather Newcastle Knights fan, Tom doesn’t leave anything on the field. He always gives 110% and never forgets to give full credit to the boys. But in a game of two halves, it’s important not to look too far ahead, so Tom’s just taking it one week at a time. Follow Tom on Twitter @_TomRock_

Member Since:
 
February 2016
Based In:
 
Sydney
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Original sin: Kevin Walters is silly for not picking Billy

Original sin: Kevin Walters is silly for not picking Billy

1 day ago

Queensland blew it. The omission of Billy Slater was a massive mistake, and the Maroons will pay the price on Wednesday evening.

Eel or no Eel: Is Mitchell Moses the right fit for Parramatta?

Eel or no Eel: Is Mitchell Moses the right fit for Parramatta?

22 May 2017

After four tumultuous years in black and gold, which included three head coaches, two contract sagas, one decent season and zero finals appearances, Mitchell Moses was released by the Wests Tigers.

17 reasons why New South Wales will win Origin 1

17 reasons why New South Wales will win Origin 1

15 May 2017

The Blues will win Game 1 of the 2017 State of Origin series. That’s a fact. And here are 17 reasons why.

We need to fix the representative round. Here’s how

We need to fix the representative round. Here's how

8 May 2017

There needs to be wholesale changes to the scheduling of representative rugby league in Australia. That much we can all agree on.

The currency of conversion: The true value of goal kickers

The currency of conversion: The true value of goal kickers

1 May 2017

Goal kickers are like clean underwear on a camping trip; you don’t realise how valuable they are until they’re gone.

Landing the big fish: Are NRL clubs using the right bait?

Landing the big fish: Are NRL clubs using the right bait?

24 Apr 2017

Recruitment used to be such a simple process. A player and his agent would arrange to meet with potential suitors at the local Chinese joint. You didn’t worry about being seen.