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Tim Prentice

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About

Tim Prentice is a professional sportswriter with more than three decades experience. He covered rugby league and tennis for the Daily Mirror and Daily Telegraph as well as having a weekly all sports column.

Member Since:
April 2012
Favourite Sporting Team:
North Sydney Bears
Favourite Sports:
Cricket, Football, Golf, League, Tennis,

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Tigers the team to watch in 2015

Tigers the team to watch in 2015

5 days ago

If you aren’t following a NRL club at the moment, I’d suggest you take a long, hard look at the exciting Wests Tigers team when they shape up to St George Illawarra at ANZ Stadium on Sunday. The club has assembled the best array of young talent seen for many a day and if you […]

NRL’s ‘Rise For Alex’ round turns a black eye into a triumph

NRL's ‘Rise For Alex’ round turns a black eye into a triumph

16 Jul 2014

The rugby league season’s biggest tragedy is about to become one of the code’s greatest triumphs. This weekend is the ‘Rise For Alex’ round in the NRL and in all the time I have covered the game, nothing has been more inspirational nor compelling than the concerted pull for injured Newcastle forward Alex McKinnon. The […]

PRENTICE: What I want to see in Origin 3

PRENTICE: What I want to see in Origin 3

9 Jul 2014

Forgive me, especially if you lean in any way towards Queensland in matters of rugby league, but there are a few things I really want to see at Suncorp Stadium tonight. After eight years of mid-season teeth-grinding, sheepishness and embarrassment bordering on torture, I have finally located the Maroons’ Origin grave. And I am bloody […]

Bugger off Todd: Rugby league was the winner in Round 16

Bugger off Todd: Rugby league was the winner in Round 16

2 Jul 2014

Damn you Todd Carney, and your so-called ‘mate’. Send your lewd facebook pics to whatever cretin wants to view them. They might appreciate them. Good for them. But I am filthy. You stuffed up my initial plans for my weekly column on The Roar. I really loved the just-completed NRL round. It was one of […]

Gallen versus Sharp: The ultimate showdown

Gallen versus Sharp: The ultimate showdown

25 Jun 2014

At the top, I will reveal that this is an entirely fictional conversation between Sharks’ captain Paul Gallen and his current coach – whether the man wants the gig or not – Peter Sharp. I picture the pair in the Sydney Airport terminal Friday morning. They are en route to Brisbane for a duel with […]

Why Queensland will win State of Origin Game 2

Why Queensland will win State of Origin Game 2

18 Jun 2014

Just over a week ago, I got a chill down my spine when injury rubbed Corey Parker out of Queensland’s State of Origin team. That wasn’t the cause, nor the reason. The chill came when the Maroons named big Dave Taylor as his replacement. Click here to read why Tim Prentice is wrong, and why […]

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