Tim Gore Columnist

Tim Gore

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About

Tim has been an NRL statistician for ABC Radio Grandstand since 1999, primarily as part of their Canberra coverage. Tim has loved rugby league since Sterlo was a kid with lots of hair but was cursed with having no personal sporting ability whatsoever. He couldn't take a hit in footy, was a third division soccer player making up numbers, plays off 41 in golf and is possibly the worlds worst cricketer ever. He has always been good at arguing the point though and he has a great memory of what happened. Follow Tim on Twitter @GorskiOPork

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The NRL’s stance on concussion does my head in

The NRL's stance on concussion does my head in

3 days ago

Todd Greenberg, you are freaking kidding, right!?

Rugby league belongs to the fans: Now let’s find out what you think

Rugby league belongs to the fans: Now let's find out what you think

16 Mar 2017

At the end of the day, the National Rugby League is 100 per cent reliant on one thing: you.

Footy’s back: Inconsistency, punching aplenty, and what about compulsory headgear?

Footy's back: Inconsistency, punching aplenty, and what about compulsory headgear?

9 Mar 2017

The first round of the 2017 NRL season was great. However, the NRL has some issues it needs to get on top of in regard to how they run their games.

Thank heavens the footy is back! Here’s how your side is looking

Thank heavens the footy is back! Here's how your side is looking

2 Mar 2017

The 2017 NRL season has finally arrived!

NRL’s sudden sin bin change: Late, unexpected, good for one major team

NRL's sudden sin bin change: Late, unexpected, good for one major team

23 Feb 2017

Even when the NRL finally does the right thing they totally stuff up the implementation.

The All Stars match dishonours Indigenous Australians and unnecessarily risks players

The All Stars match dishonours Indigenous Australians and unnecessarily risks players

16 Feb 2017

The Indigenous All Stars match is a great concept but as it currently stands it is a careless misuse of players and borders on being insulting to the very Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians that it is meant to be celebrating.