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Matt Cleary

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About

Member Since:
 
April 2016
Based In:
 
Allambie Heights
Favourite Sports:
AFL, Cricket, Football, League, Racing, Rugby,

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Rugby league is not a rubbish game, it doesn’t know what it is

Rugby league is not a rubbish game, it doesn't know what it is

16 hours ago

Rugby league craves – but has never known nor will ever know – absolute consistency. The game involves human beings and not four-legged robots that can open doors.

Purgatory looms for unrepentant Israel

Purgatory looms for unrepentant Israel

6 Apr 2018

The Israel Folau thing? It would be laughable that a grown man believes his fellow human beings will be condemned to a fiery magic netherworld forever if they don’t conform to said man’s beliefs if it wasn’t actually dangerous.

Steve Smith becomes a man by turning into a boy

Steve Smith becomes a man by turning into a boy

30 Mar 2018

When I was a teenaged boy there was a story that went around school that if you ever contracted the clap (gonorrhoea) doctors would insert a very small umbrella into your urinary canal like a catheter.

Lessons learned at Shark Park in funny game of rugby league

Lessons learned at Shark Park in funny game of rugby league

16 Mar 2018

Things we learned and re-learned after a pulsating, clunky and borderline weird derby fixture between Dragons and Sharks in Round 1 of our dear sweet National Rugby League competition include:

Matt Lodge booed as Dragons bone Broncos in the tunnel of love

Matt Lodge booed as Dragons bone Broncos in the tunnel of love

9 Mar 2018

So! The first game of our 2018 National Rugby League is run and done, and St George Illawarra Dragons have beaten Brisbane Broncos at famous old Kogarah-Jubilee, the suburban soul town near the Carlton Hotel.

Red and Black Blockheads

Red and Black Blockheads

2 Mar 2018

The ‘Red and Black Bloc’, as you’re doubtless aware if you scanned the back page of a newspaper the last couple days, are supporters of Western Sydney Wanderers.