17, SW Sydney. League, cricket and football enthusiast.
Looking to study Media/Sports Business after my HSC.
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- Member Since:
- June 2012
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- Favourite Sporting Team:
- Canberra Raiders
- Favourite Sports:
- League, Football, Cricket,
The most recent victory by the Western Sydney Wanderers saw them leapfrog opponents Central Coast Mariners into first place in the A-League ladder. This is an amazing achievement in their debut season. They are now favourites to take out the competition, a feat, which at the start of the year seemed unthinkable. This unprecedented on-field [...]
We never seem to hear the last of Shane Keith Warne. Despite retiring from international cricket in 2007, the legendary leg-spinner hasn’t exactly fallen into oblivion. The controversial Victorian has been a soap opera of his own through the media. From his high-profile relationship with Elizabeth Hurley, to on-field fighting and an infamous Twitter page, [...]
In the wake of Sunday’s humbling ODI loss to Sri Lanka, the Australian selectors have announced a revised 12-man squad for the next two matches. This new squad sees the notable omissions of batsmen Aaron Finch and Usman Khawaja after very short stints in the side. Steven Smith is another to bite the dust despite [...]
The demolition of New Zealand in the first Test match of the series at Cape Town was proof of just how destructive South Africa can be. The victory by an innings and 27 runs continues an undefeated streak in Test matches which stretches back to December 2011. The huge win also ensures they will not [...]
For 16 years, Arsène Wenger has been in charge of Arsenal F.C, but is this about to change? Despite being one of the most successful managers ever to grace the Premier League, years of disappointment for fans and a shocking run of recent results may draw an end to the Frenchman’s tenure in the near [...]
Recent calls for the NRL to phase out the use of suburban grounds in Sydney have been met with mixed emotion. Many believe that this idea will increase the chances of achieving the ARLC’s target of 20,000 spectators on average per NRL game by 2018. While this may be logical and potentially successful, the great [...]