Posts Tagged "humour"

Ambush at Homebush

By , 12 Aug 2017

On Saturday, August the 19th, a platoon of Australian Wallabies were cowardly ambushed by a group of New Zealand All Blacks.

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Neil Henry admits he’s yet to decide on Jarryd Hayne’s best position for the Titans, but has whittled it down to “either reserve grade or rugby”.

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Des Hasler has survived as Canterbury coach, despite speculation over his authenticity as a “Bulldogs person”.

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Following the success of this year’s post-series hysteria, Origin will now be expanded to formally include an everlasting fallout.

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In one of the season’s gutsiest displays, the Sea Eagles are somehow flying high despite the adversity of being likeable.

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They’re thoughtful people, New South Welshmen.

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Following repeated incidents of suspiciously timed maimings, experts have now classified Queensland Origin camp as the most dangerous place on earth.

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With the Melbourne Storm head and shoulders above the pack again, there’s no better time to rehash why everything they do is wrong.

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Cricket Australia are currently a cricket administration group without a team.

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Wests Tigers CEO Justin Pascoe has delivered an impassioned letter to fans, guaranteeing the club’s fragmented geographical state while praising his own sterling display of financial CPR.

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Ah, what a shame. What a terrible shame, that Bachar Houli’s brave attempt to pioneer the tactical use of character references at the AFL tribunal should have been nipped in the bud on appeal.

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At this midpoint of the NRL season, it is time for some suggested ways of maintaining rugby league as the real winner in any game.

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With Cameron Smith now also handling Origin team selections, rugby league officials plan to save the hassle and grant him control of “pretty much everything”.

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It has become a sacred State of Origin tradition for past players to mentor their contemporaries in the build-up to kick-off.

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New South Wales should stop to appreciate the invaluable contributions made by Paul Gallen and Robbie Farah before our team makes further headway in their absence.

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With the Australian Cricket Team knocked out of the Champions Trophy by the ‘New South Africa’ (otherwise known as England) and the players facing unemployment at the end of the month, Cricket Australia is going to need to find 11 players that are not contracted at national or state level to send to Bangladesh.

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Following a dramatic shift in public curiosity, chequebook journalism is giving up on Schapelle Corby to chase Des Hasler.

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John Grant will quit his post as chairman at the end of his tenure, leaving himself eight months to complete his goal of upsetting every single person in rugby league.

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It’s State of Origin time. The most senselessly violent time of the year when 34 men, encompassing almost 9000 hectares of tattooed flesh between them, divvy themselves up by meaningless geographical borders and play some rugby league football.

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New South Wales have gleefully pantsed Queensland to take a 1-0 State of Origin lead, in the process extending their oppressive reign of terror over the hapless defending champions to two consecutive matches.

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