Andre Leslie Roar Rookie

Andre Leslie

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February 2017
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Why Australian cricket needs to listen to the uproar

Why Australian cricket needs to listen to the uproar

28 Mar 2018

At last count there were nearly 24.89 million opinions on the ball-tampering scandal besieging Australian cricket, but it will all be for nothing if the uproar doesn’t change how we play the game.

Sorry cynics, Pyeongchang shows that sports diplomacy does work

Sorry cynics, Pyeongchang shows that sports diplomacy does work

14 Mar 2018

No matter where things go from here, the 2018 Winter Olympics showed that sport can still achieve things politicians cannot.

Concentration’s the key if you really want to match Bradman

Concentration’s the key if you really want to match Bradman

3 Jan 2018

While debate continues on just how much Steve Smith’s batting style resembles that of Sir Donald Bradman, I would argue that if a player wants to emulate that magical 99.94 average, he also needs the Don’s powers of concentration.

Marsh and Paine’s rescue job doesn’t vindicate selectors’ decisions

Marsh and Paine’s rescue job doesn’t vindicate selectors’ decisions

4 Dec 2017

Shaun Marsh batted brilliantly to take Australia to what could be a match-winning total in Adelaide, while Tim Paine’s positivity took the game away from England. Still, it doesn’t mean their selections were right.

Gayle’s court case a bad look for cricket

Gayle’s court case a bad look for cricket

31 Oct 2017

The law gave him a right to clear his name, but Chris Gayle’s defamation case in Sydney couldn’t have come at a worse time for cricket.

Are the Confederations Cup and Champions Trophy really a waste of time?

Are the Confederations Cup and Champions Trophy really a waste of time?

19 Jun 2017

While football’s Confederations Cup and cricket’s Champions Trophy keep on copping criticism each time they come around, they do fulfil an important role.