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Steve Waugh v Jamie Siddons

In a Sheffield Shield match Steve Waugh was taking his time getting ready to face his first ball.

Jamie Siddons had enough and remarked: “For freakings sake, mate, it’s not a freaking test match!”.

To which Waugh replied: “Of course it’s not… You’re here”.

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December 2011
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West Philadelphia born and raised
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Has Japan been dudded by the FIFA ranking system?

Has Japan been dudded by the FIFA ranking system?

31 Oct 2017

Next month Australia will be entering a nervous two legged playoff against Central American opponent, Honduras.

Brisbane and Manly can’t win this years premiership. Here’s why

Brisbane and Manly can't win this years premiership. Here's why

7 Sep 2017

With the regular season done and dusted, we are entering that wonderful time of the year where the top eight finals series commences in that windy spring month of September.

The World Game's weird and wonderful player names: Part 2

8 Feb 2016

So we have come to the second installment in this series of the World Game’s weird and wonderful player names.

The world game’s weird and wonderful player names: Part 1

The world game's weird and wonderful player names: Part 1

4 Feb 2016

Watching football, every now and then you come across a player name that takes your breath away – sometimes you doubletake, and re-read that player’s name just to be sure you got it right.

Is Ashton Agar a bowler or a batsman?

Is Ashton Agar a bowler or a batsman?

17 Dec 2015

If there is one Australian first class cricketer who is the most difficult to judge in terms of talent, potential, and future prosperity, look no further then Western Australia’s Ashton Agar.

The Friday 6pm game is unfair on Queenslanders

The Friday 6pm game is unfair on Queenslanders

14 Dec 2015

When the NRL recently signed off on a TV deal worth $1.8 billion over five years, one of the sticking points to come out of it was the newly allotted Friday 6pm game.