Andrew Roar Pro

Andrew

Roar Pro

  • 32,155 Article Reads
  • 26 Articles Written
  • 121 Comments Written

About

Brisbanite living in London. Football, Rugby, Cricket, Tennis, daylight, the rest.

Member Since:
 
June 2017
Favourite Sports:
Cricket, Football, Rugby,

Latest Articles

Showing articles 1 - 6 of 26
France continues to oscillate wildly

France continues to oscillate wildly

10 Mar 2018

Stop me if you think you’ve heard this one before, but French rugby is still ill with under-performing players, disciplinary issues off the field and an administrative structure as sturdy as a soggy pain au chocolat.

Scotland walking the 500 miles to respectability

Scotland walking the 500 miles to respectability

23 Feb 2018

Scotland is a land of stunning natural beauty, indecipherable accents, some of the best sporting and live music crowds in the world, out of control binge-drinkers, funny bastards, serial rugby under-achievement, and of course, deep fried mars bars.

England vs Wales is poetry in motion

England vs Wales is poetry in motion

9 Feb 2018

The historical enmity between Wales and England has been shaped by centuries of cultural, political, economic, and most importantly, rugby union-based mistrust and conflict, rendering the Australia versus New Zealand rivalry a primary school sandpit fight in comparison.

The warm embrace of the Six Nations

The warm embrace of the Six Nations

1 Feb 2018

The commencement of the 2018 edition of the Six Nations heralds the return of international rugby, Eddie Jones, centuries-old gripes against the English, fantastic Italian hair, warm pubs and industrial amounts of Guinness to our lives.

Wallabies vs England: The jolly in West London

Wallabies vs England: The jolly in West London

17 Nov 2017

The annual Twickenham Test between England and Australia promises to be as tight as Kurtley Beale’s budgie smugglers, and Eddie Jones-like blue language is sure to be uttered by fans, players, coaches and possibly even Eddie’s mother this week.

Prepping for a weekend of Cardiff carnage (and maybe some rugby)

Prepping for a weekend of Cardiff carnage (and maybe some rugby)

8 Nov 2017

This forthcoming Saturday, at 9:47am, six mates and I will board the Greater Western Railway service at London Paddington station with beers, coffees and bacon sandwiches in tow, ready to pilgrimage west for the Wallabies’ annual victory over Wales.