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Bears, Jets and Bombers could create a real Super League

Bears, Jets and Bombers could create a real Super League

1 day ago

Billionaire Marwan Koukash wants to buy a NRL club. Forget it Marwan, make the Super League a World League instead and make the NRL redundant. All he needs is to get a handful of clubs from Australia and New Zealand on board. The Newtown Jets, Central Coast Bears, Brisbane Bombers and Wellington Orcas are just […]

Amateurs get no justice from Sharks debacle

Amateurs get no justice from Sharks debacle

6 days ago

Brendan Bunyan is an amateur rugby player who plays for his beloved Burdekin Canetoads and loves his footy. He has never been paid and is no Paul Gallen. But ‘Bunny’ works hard at his game, especially in the gym to ensure he can keep the weight on to compete in the front row. While on […]

ARU and Ewen McKenzie motivated by the wrong forces

ARU and Ewen McKenzie motivated by the wrong forces

26 Aug 2014

Why is it that one star player gets to dictate terms to the ARU and to the detriment of the Wallabies? It seems the ARU always get played by some of their better contracted players, because they are desperate to not lose any star power. A few weeks ago Waratah Kurtley Beale threatens to go […]

Different day, same result for the Wallabies

Different day, same result for the Wallabies

25 Aug 2014

Every year we hear the same thing: ‘The Wallabies are getting closer to the All Blacks…’ ‘This year will be the year….’ ‘On paper, we’re just as good, if not better…’ ‘Our new coach will be the turning point for us…’ But every year it’s always the same. Always has been. Even in the days […]

All Black forwards live up to the hype and more

All Black forwards live up to the hype and more

25 Aug 2014

When referee Romain Poite reached into his pocket to bin Richie McCaw, I can’t have been the only one thinking ‘here we go again.’ During the week I had penned an article titled Time for the All Black forwards to live up to their billing where I focused on New Zealand’s discipline problems. Personally, I […]

Glenn Maxwell: Australia’s World Cup x-factor

Glenn Maxwell: Australia's World Cup x-factor

22 Aug 2014

Shane Watson’s ankle injury that has prevented him from taking his seat on the plane to Zimbabwe could be a blessing in disguise. The number three position is now vacant in the Australian ODI team, and there is one man who is primed to grab it with both hands. Glenn Maxwell can be Australia’s x-factor […]

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