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Can Wallaby gold find a way through the darkness?

Can Wallaby gold find a way through the darkness?

6 days ago

On Saturday Michael Hooper and the Wallabies will face the Haka; Nathan Charles for the first time. Deep within they will be confronted by self doubt, a deep burning desire, and ultimately belief that they can beat the gods of darkness. As Edgar Poe said, “Deep into that darkness peering, long I stood there, wondering, […]

Australia must plan for our next Test generation

Australia must plan for our next Test generation

13 Aug 2014

Succession planning is important everywhere, particularly in sport. Australia’s cricket team right now has six or more players that within three years will most likely be retired, have lost form or simply not physically capable any more. If you thought it was bad when we lost Greg Chappell, Dennis Lillee and Rod Marsh in one […]

Hayne Plane or Spruce Goose?

Hayne Plane or Spruce Goose?

12 Aug 2014

There’s been a trend recently among rugby league columnists declaring Jarryd Hayne to be the greatest player in the world. People, please, settle down. Hayne is a good player, possibly even a great player, but to call him the best in the world is a little extreme. Yes Hayne has grown in both ability and […]

Hidden gems who should be on AFL lists

9 Aug 2014

Every year in the month of November, the lives of young men are changed forever when their names are called out at the AFL draft. They are signed up and given the chance to shine on the biggest stage in Australia’s premier sport. Unfortunately, with the pleasure comes the pain of hundreds who miss out. […]

The Cowboys are riding into town

The Cowboys are riding into town

3 Aug 2014

Can the North Queensland Cowboys win the 2014 premiership? Yes, they sure can. The Cowboys showed last night, with workhorse prop Matt Scott and dynamic back rower Gavin Cooper back, that they can match the muscle of the NRL heavyweights. Just ask arguably the best pack in the comp, that of the South Sydney Rabbitohs. […]

Crusaders were worthy opponents for victorious Waratahs

Crusaders were worthy opponents for victorious Waratahs

3 Aug 2014

What a game! The final of the 2014 Super Rugby season was a real ding-dong battle. NSW were the team to beat this year, scorching everyone in their wake – but the Crusaders nearly pulled it off! And they almost did it in Sydney in front of over 60,000 Waratahs fans. Full credit to the […]

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