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Waratahs / Tigers / Tottenham supporter. Retired park cricketer with knees made of soggy Weetbix.

Member Since:
 
August 2014
Based In:
 
Sydney/Berlin
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Cricket, Football, League, Rugby,

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Wallaby legend Sir Nicholas Shehadie passes away aged 92

Wallaby legend Sir Nicholas Shehadie passes away aged 92

12 Feb 2018

Sir Nicholas Shehadie, one of only two Wallabies to ever be knighted and a former Australian captain, passed away late last night in hospital. He was 92.

Aussies narrowly miss out on medals in the moguls

Aussies narrowly miss out on medals in the moguls

12 Feb 2018

Australia’s medal hopes took a hit on Sunday as Britt Cox and Jakara Anthony missed out on medals in the moguls final in PyeongChang.

Australia’s eight best medal chances at the 2018 Winter Olympics

Australia's eight best medal chances at the 2018 Winter Olympics

8 Feb 2018

With the Winter Olympics set to begin on February 9 in South Korea, fans are scrambling for the form guide to fuel three weeks of armchair expertise.

Turnbull government pledges $4 million for Australia’s 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup bid

Turnbull government pledges $4 million for Australia's 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup bid

6 Feb 2018

In a boost for women’s football, the Turnbull government announced today it would provide an additional $4 million to the FFA for an Australian bid to host the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup.

What we learnt from Bert van Marwijk’s first Socceroos press conference

What we learnt from Bert van Marwijk's first Socceroos press conference

1 Feb 2018

Incoming Socceroos coach Bert van Marwijk fronted Australian media today in his first press conference since taking over from Ange Postecoglou.

Ellyse Perry: Visibility the key to inspire next generation of sportswomen

Ellyse Perry: Visibility the key to inspire next generation of sportswomen

30 Jan 2018

The past 12 months have seen exponential growth in women’s sport. From the AFLW and the World Cup-winning Jillaroos to the Aussie sevens’ Sydney masterclass and the Sam Kerr juggernaut, Australia’s best sportswomen have never been more visible.