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Rickety Knees

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About

Started life of as an Australian Army Officer (11 years) - then worked at Coopers & Lybrand and for the past 30 years been a senior marketing executive in IT. I am both a junior rep and senior rugby coach, and a Level 1 Cricket Coach

Member Since:
 
March 2009
Based In:
 
Central Coast NSW
Favourite Sporting Team:
Australian Cricket Team, Wallabies, Anybody playing England
Favourite Sports:
Cricket, Rugby,

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The Spirit of the Wallaby renewed

The Spirit of the Wallaby renewed

24 Oct 2017

The All Black haka is a multidimensional ritual. For the individual player it is a statement of his “mana” or as the Romans described it as having “gravitas” – a man’s depth of character having successfully confronted adversity.

Vale the ARU – and SANZAAR

Vale the ARU - and SANZAAR

25 May 2017

And so in Australia the twin power-drunk dogs (ARU and SANZAAR) are being dragged along, bumping up and down behind an old ute looking to replace its drive train with something better.

There is method in Cheika’s madness

There is method in Cheika's madness

26 Oct 2016

Manhood in the Polynesian culture is often described by the amount of ‘mana’ a man has.

Cheika has been checkmated once again

Cheika has been checkmated once again

23 Aug 2016

As a regular a viewer of New Zealand Rugby I cannot help but to be impressed with the skill levels emanating from the New Zealand provincial rugby championship.

The ARU must make rugby a game for all

The ARU must make rugby a game for all

4 Nov 2015

The majority of rugby administrators have a corporate back ground bringing with them the ‘trickle down economics’ philosophy of the corporate world.

The knock-on effect of the National Rugby Championship

The knock-on effect of the National Rugby Championship

11 Feb 2015

This will be the year that the Australian Rugby Conference reaches new levels of fitness, physicality and skills, and with the continuation of the National Rugby Championship it will continue to do so.