- Member Since:
- January 2007
It’s Sydney against the Western Bulldogs next weekend, the first time these teams have matched up in a grand final.
With calls for an A-League second division reaching fever pitch, I’d like to make some observations about expansion into regional markets.
Alan Border set a quietly courageous example to a generation who grew up watching him bat.
The rugby gods would have it that the result of last Saturday’s Test between the All Blacks and the Springboks had been predetermined in rugby heaven long before the start of the match.
There’s a well-worn tale of English batsman James Ormond on debut. Aussie Mark Waugh, fielding close, submits an opinion that Ormond isn’t a worthy Test cricketer.
Simon Poidevin is a Wallaby legend. In terms of what he meant to Australian rugby, and the pride and passion with which he played the game, he means as much to the green and gold as Mark Loane or John Eales.