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Jack Quigley

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About

A long time sports writer, broadcaster and award winning podcaster, Jack has spent the majority of his media career covering football and rugby.

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

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Thorn’s ‘new direction’ Reds look eerily similar to old, bad Reds

Thorn's 'new direction' Reds look eerily similar to old, bad Reds

2 days ago

Queensland Reds fans are getting restless. And rightly so.

Are the Rebels good or bad? We’re genuinely not sure

Are the Rebels good or bad? We're genuinely not sure

6 Apr 2018

A few columns back I wrote about how the Melbourne Rebels’ promising start to the season should be approached with cautious optimism. While they were winning, they needed to be.

Australia left without a team to love after Smith cheats the game

Australia left without a team to love after Smith cheats the game

25 Mar 2018

In the early hours of March 29, 1984 a fleet of transport trucks rolled into the US city of Baltimore, loaded up all the equipment of then Baltimore Colts of the National Football League and under the cover darkness moved the team – quite literally – to the city of Indianapolis.

Should Rugby Australia make way for the Socceroos? That and other Super Rugby bits

Should Rugby Australia make way for the Socceroos? That and other Super Rugby bits

23 Mar 2018

We begin this week with Rugby Australia’s resistance to entertain the idea of possibly changing the kick-off time of the second Wallabies versus Ireland Test in Melbourne on June 16.

The Reds are winning and Foley is the Ice Man

The Reds are winning and Foley is the Ice Man

9 Mar 2018

We begin this week with a tip of the cap to Reds coach Brad Thorn and Waratahs fly-half Bernard Foley.

What do we want from Super Rugby in 2018?

What do we want from Super Rugby in 2018?

23 Feb 2018

The new and improved Super Rugby competition is under way. Just how improved it will be remains to be seen, but there can be little argument that streamlining the competition was a step in the right direction.