by Spiro Zavos, 20 Oct 2016
A scrum of former Wallabies, locked in by star players and the coach of the wonderful side that defeated the All Blacks at Eden Park 30 years ago, Alan Jones’ Wallabies, is set on challenging the ARU.
by Jay Croucher, 13 Oct 2016
There are five minutes left in the grand final. The Western Bulldogs lead by nine points.
by 70s Mo, 8 Sep 2016
On the night of August 8, 1907, the most celebrated sportsman in Australia stepped off a tram in Sydney’s George Street.
by Harry Jones, 1 Sep 2016
A freak wave, a bloody swordsman, a Lebanese coach, a plague of locusts, a number eight who refuses to select a number eight, gold rushes, a judge named de Villiers, and Victorian axe men.
by Spiro Zavos, 12 Aug 2016
Google “Aussie Olympic Trivia” and you will find this item: “Daniel Carroll won gold in rugby at the 1908 Olympics playing for Australia, and also gold while playing for the United States at the 1920 Summer Olympics. He later coached the gold-medal winning USA Rugby team at the 1924 Olympics.”
by Harry Jones, 18 Jun 2016
Quick safety training. Pull the rope around you. Thread it. Hold it out. Step in the tomo. No worries. Give a little hop. Just start rappelling. Control your descent. The riverbed is definitely 100 metres down and this rope is definitely about 100 metres long. Harry, why don’t you start us off, mate?
by Spiro Zavos, 10 Jun 2016
On 24 Jun 1899, an Australian rugby team played for the first time as a national combination against England at the Sydney Cricket Ground.
by Aidan Fawkes, 14 May 2016
Leicester City are the Premier League champions.
by Chris Laidlaw, 12 May 2016
If there is a single international sporting phenomenon which marks the early 21st century, it is New Zealand’s extraordinary dominance of rugby.
by 70s Mo, 25 Apr 2016
They were tired and hungry, but what the men and horses needed most of all was water. The long overnight ride by the Australian Light Horse through the deserts of Palestine had taken them even further away from their supply lines.