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I cover mostly AFL and tennis, as well as some NRL and other sports. ATTENTION: I am on holidays at the moment and won't be on this site as much. I will resume normal operation on Sunday 22 April.

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Can St Kilda repeat last year’s shock result against Richmond?

Can St Kilda repeat last year's shock result against Richmond?

3 days ago

It was a match you had to watch many times over to believe.

Wimbledon 2018: The tournament that was

Wimbledon 2018: The tournament that was

4 days ago

Wimbledon is over for another year, and after a fortnight of thrilling tennis action, including two cliffhanger men’s semi-finals and a near-perfect comeback for Serena Williams, we have two worthy champions.

Wimbledon 2018: Men’s final preview

Wimbledon 2018: Men's final preview

5 days ago

After two pulsating semi-finals, we are down to the final two men at Wimbledon, with Kevin Anderson and Novak Djokovic to square off for tennis’ holy grail in tonight’s final (AEST).

Wimbledon 2018: Women’s final preview

Wimbledon 2018: Women's final preview

14 Jul 2018

We are down to the final two women at Wimbledon and what a final it promises to be when Angelique Kerber and Serena Williams go head to head for the Venus Rosewater Dish tonight (AEST).

Your AFL team’s run home: Part II

Your AFL team's run home: Part II

14 Jul 2018

While the jockeying for positions in the top half of the ladder takes place, of particular interest will also be the battle for places in the bottom half of the eight – particularly whether Carlton can conjure a miracle and avoid its fifth wooden spoon since the turn of the century.

No white wash for the Blues as Maroons farewell Slater in style

No white wash for the Blues as Maroons farewell Slater in style

12 Jul 2018

They may have lost the series even before stepping foot onto Suncorp Stadium, but Queensland proved that they were anything but also-rans, defeating New South Wales by 18-12 in the final game at home.