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Tom English

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About

TAFE student of journalism, lives in Sydney, writes from time to time, rugby and cricket player, likes other sports as well. Tweet me at https://twitter.com/thomasjenglish7

Member Since:
 
November 2017
Based In:
 
Sydney
Favourite Sports:
Cricket, Rugby,

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NSW Blues vs Queensland Maroons: Women’s State of Origin live scores, blog

NSW Blues vs Queensland Maroons: Women's State of Origin live scores, blog

2 days ago

The New South Wales women will be out to win their third consecutive game against the Queensland women from North Sydney Oval. Join The Roar for live scores and blog from 7:40pm AEST.

Canada just don’t deserve to be in the Rugby World Cup

Canada just don’t deserve to be in the Rugby World Cup

4 days ago

Canada will go into the Repechage tournament with a reasonable chance of qualifying for next year’s Rugby World Cup. On paper, realistically though, they barely look a chance.

Pacific Nations Cup Week 1: Preview and predictions

Pacific Nations Cup Week 1: Preview and predictions

16 Jun 2018

After a slow first round, the PNC will wrap up on Saturday, and both Fiji and Georgia are in the running for the title.

Pacific Nations Cup week 1: Preview and predictions

Pacific Nations Cup week 1: Preview and predictions

9 Jun 2018

So its here again: Pacific culture, Six Nations’ hopefuls and the best of Tier 2 rugby collide in Suva for the 2018 edition of the PNC.

Blues vs Rebels: Super Rugby live scores, blog

Blues vs Rebels: Super Rugby live scores, blog

2 Jun 2018

Match result: It may have taken more than 1000 days but it was worth the wait for the Melbourne Rebels as they stopped the Blues 20-10 in Auckland to keep their Super Rugby finals hopes on track.

England vs Barbarians, preview and prediction

England vs Barbarians, preview and prediction

27 May 2018

England will look to regain some credibility lost during the Six Nations, but the Barbarians will be out to spoil their party on Sunday.