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Tim Prentice

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Tim Prentice is a professional sportswriter with more than four decades experience. He covered rugby league and tennis for the Daily Mirror and Daily Telegraph as well as having a weekly all sports column. Tim loves roaring and loves nothing more than you roaring back!

Member Since:
April 2012
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PRENTICE: NRL fortunes could swing on this not-so-famous four

PRENTICE: NRL fortunes could swing on this not-so-famous four

6 days ago

Four players – three backs and one forward – will attract a hot and heavy spotlight in what shapes as a nail-biting Round 25 of the NRL competition.

PRENTICE: Gummy Sharks have become toothless terribles

PRENTICE: Gummy Sharks have become toothless terribles

19 Aug 2015

I didn’t want to write this column, but Monday night’s debacle at Remondis sealed Cronulla’s fate. Yet again.

PRENTICE: Are head butts now okay in the NRL?

PRENTICE: Are head butts now okay in the NRL?

12 Aug 2015

The NRL match review committee has become the code’s biggest farce.

PRENTICE: Who has been the best NRL recruit in season 2015?

PRENTICE: Who has been the best NRL recruit in season 2015?

6 Aug 2015

If they had a Dally M award for buy-of-the-season it would be a toughie for the judges.

PRENTICE: Sea Eagles fans more than entitled to ask for an investigation

PRENTICE: Sea Eagles fans more than entitled to ask for an investigation

29 Jul 2015

The Penns may well be mightier than the sword they brought down on Geoff Toovey’s head yesterday, but the knee-jerk reaction from the club’s faithful could be even more telling for the 68-year-old Manly-Warringah club.

PRENTICE: Forget the Immortals, Thurston is simply the best

PRENTICE: Forget the Immortals, Thurston is simply the best

22 Jul 2015

These days, I am pretty selective about the NRL games I want to attend live and in person. I pay for the privilege, but Fox Sports do a damn good job keeping me at home in my comfy armchair.

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