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USA Eagles on a wing and a prayer
While the USA Eagles may hold the most number of Olympic Gold medals for rugby, having won two in 1902 and 1924, they have had as much chance of defeating the Wallabies since then, as Alan Jones has had of ever becoming prime minister of Australia. I remember him telling me in no uncertain terms […]
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The minor premiership is dying and must be saved with money
How low can the relevance of the minor premiership go? With each passing year it finds a deeper realm of triviality, the speed of its demise so alarming that we may see teams tanking for second place in 2016. Remember those black-and-white days when rounding out the season on top was considered something? When triumphant […]
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14 days to go: The Roar counts down to the Rugby World Cup
Jonny Wilkinson booted 14 drop goals in his World Cup career, but most of us only remember one – and it will forever haunt Australian supporters. The 2003 tournament, Wilkinson’s second, was the fly-half’s coming of age. He landed eight drop goals that year (seven more than any other player), including three in one match […]
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The Liebke Ratings: England vs Australia first ODI
England and Australia faced off in the first one-day match of a needless five-match series. Australia won by 59 runs, showing once again why they’re the world champions in this form of the game. Hint: it’s because they won the World Cup final back in March. Here are the ratings for the first ODI. Playing […]
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