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Brett McKay

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About

Brett McKay is one of The Roar's good news stories and has been a rugby and cricket expert for the site since July 2009. Brett is an international and Super Rugby commentator for ABC Grandstand radio, has commentated on the Australian Under-20s Championships and National Rugby Championship live stream coverage, and has written for magazines and websites in Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, and the UK. He tweets from @BMcSport.

Member Since:
 
September 2008
Based In:
 
Canberra
Favourite Sports:
Cricket, Rugby,

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Super Rugby qualifying finals: What counts as an upset?

Super Rugby qualifying finals: What counts as an upset?

4 days ago

We’ve said all year that the easy-looking rounds are always the one you should be most worried about.

Close, but no cigar for Australian finals aspirants

Close, but no cigar for Australian finals aspirants

5 days ago

In the end, it came down to missed opportunities. The Rebels finished their season in the pubs of Dunedin, unable to get the job done under the roof despite starting the game well and kicking away after halftime.

Super Rugby Round 19: Harry’s final stand

Super Rugby Round 19: Harry’s final stand

12 Jul 2018

I’ve been in Harry’s current perilous state. Several times, actually.

Technology is the best and the worst thing for referees

Technology is the best and the worst thing for referees

10 Jul 2018

The thing about consistency, so the grand old saying goes, is that you have to do it all the time.

Super Rugby Round 18: You can’t write ‘penultimate’ without a pen

Super Rugby Round 18: You can’t write ‘penultimate’ without a pen

5 Jul 2018

A word that always makes me smile is ‘penultimate’.

The Run Home – part 2: The equations

The Run Home – part 2: The equations

3 Jul 2018

Results either side of the June international window has breathed new life into the Super Rugby finals race, as assumptions and guesstimates from not that long ago suddenly look more than a bit shaky.