Posts Tagged "Australian Kangaroos"
The Rugby League representative season kicked off last night with two committed, gallant teams pitted against each other.
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There is a rugby league Test match on tonight and honestly, I think my beloved Kiwis can win.
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Let’s face it, after seven years and seven series losses, New South Wales Origin needs all the help it can get.
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Friday night’s so called ‘ANZAC’ Test is meaningless for many Australian and Kiwi fans as there is no context to it.
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Do we not have a responsibility to embrace representative rugby league? That is the question I put to all supporters of the greatest game of all.
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NRL action takes a backseat this weekend as the first of the representative matches get underway.
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My good mate Mick was kind enough to schedule his wedding after the footy season, but he forgot that there is a Test Match on between Australia and New Zealand this Saturday. The good news is it doesn’t matter.
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Former Kiwis coach Brian McClennan used a theme before each Test match in the successful 2005 Tri-Nations campaign. When they played Australia in Sydney, a place they hadn’t won since 1954, it was ‘bully the bully’.
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When Melbourne hosted the first of this year’s State-Of-Origin games, it caused a furore among rugby league fans in NSW.
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It’s official. Jonathan Thurston is STILL the best rugby league player in the world, and now also the best five-eighth.
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There are a number of simple principles that are taught to junior rugby league players. Tackle low, keep your eye on the ball and don’t go to the toilet directly after applying deep heat are some basic guidelines.
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The Australian selectors Des Morris, Allan Smith, Bob Fulton and Bob McCarthy have given the Kiwis a chance to win the ANZAC Test, by not naming the strongest possible Kangaroo line-up.
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Cameron Smith has been named as Darren Lockyer’s replacement as captain of Australia for Friday’s rugby league Test against New Zealand in Auckland.
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During my recent hospitalisation for a second hip replacement, I had plenty of time to reflect on the number of great Wallabies and Kangaroos who have been my privilege to watch strut their stuff in over six decades.
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While I will always be a fiercely loyal to the Kangaroos and Australia in general, I can’t help but say that I hope this week’s Four Nations decider at Elland Road will be one that goes right down to the wire.
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