Posts Tagged "Brad Thorn"

When David Pocock isn’t winning games single-handedly for the Brumbies next year, he’ll be saving the Tasmanian devil, shutting down the Adani mine or acting as a celebrant at same-sex marriages.

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Rugby union has had its fair share of great craftsmen; players who were so consistent, precise and accurate throughout their entire careers.

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I will always remember the look on Martin Johnson’s face. It was the press conference after England’s ignominious exit from the 2011 World Cup.

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The coaching merry go round that has now become synonymous with the Queensland Reds has once again reared its ugly head, with Nick Stiles the latest to fall victim to the position which could be labelled as the ‘poisoned chalice’.

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One less Super Rugby team, three new coaches and a departing CEO – Australian rugby is a wild workplace when David Pocock takes annual leave.

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Let me just say right from the start: I really like Brad Thorn.

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Queensland Rugby Union boss Richard Barker’s gut instinct is that new coach Brad Thorn is the man to stop the rot at the Reds.

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Brad Thorn has been confirmed as the new coach of Super Rugby club Queensland, replacing the sacked Nick Stiles.

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Closer to pensioner than debutant, Brad Thorn continues to defy both his age and the medical world as he prepares to become captain-coach at the ripe old age of 41.

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Brad Thorn is confident his playing return at the ripe old age of 41 won’t hamper the progression of his younger teammates in the National Rugby Championship.

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If there’s one man who knows the ins and outs of code-swapping better than anyone, it’s Brad Thorn.

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Dual international Brad Thorn has been added to the Queensland Reds coaching staff for the remainder of the Super Rugby campaign.

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Cross-code warrior Brad Thorn hasn’t ruled out strapping on the boots for the Queensland Reds next season, saying he still has the “urge” to play again.

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New Zealand’s Rugby World Cup-winner Brad Thorn will captain the Barbarians in their non-cap international against England at Twickenham on Sunday.

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To finish your playing career with a title is the greatest way to bow out.

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Dual international Brad Thorn has signed a three-year coaching deal with the Queensland Reds but will not be considered as a replacement for embattled head coach Richard Graham.

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Back in my university days, I used to go to a circuit class on Wednesday mornings. The instructor was a very good friend of mine even though he did very little to show it in that class.

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Veteran code-hopping star Brad Thorn has announced he will finally hang up the boots at the end of the English season, at the age of 40.

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When we were children dreaming of playing cricket for our country in the nineties, my friend would say the following.

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Veteran dual-rugby international Brad Thorn will extend his remarkable career once again, after signing a deal with English rugby outfit Leicester.

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