A League of Its Own

Australians are proud sports fans. They love their team to win and they love to boast that despite the small population the country can punch above its weight internationally. Many fans are also extremely knowledgeable whole others have a passing

Podcast #43 – Fox Sports Simon Hill, Eligibility at The Rugby League World Cup and Four Day Tests

Podcast #43 – Fox Sports Simon Hill, Eligibility at The Rugby League World Cup and Four Day Tests

The end of the year is fast approaching but there is still plenty to discuss in the world of sport. On this podcast our special guest is Fox Sports commentator Simon Hill who has just released a book on his

Mixed Loyalties?

Every time an Ashes tour comes around its like groundhog day. Both nations build up their own team and slag off the other regularly branding it the worst team to leave their shores, and ex players predict a whitewash. Also

Are The Best Payers Replacing the Best Players?

Which countries have the biggest sporting influence on Australia? This is a very hard question to answer, at the turn of the last century the influence came very much from the United Kingdom. Despite denial from many, some sporting historians

Time to Actually Make Football the World Game in Australia

Why has the word “Ethnic” come to reflect all that is bad in Australian football? Just as with the dawn of the Football Federation the word “Soccer” was cast aside and “Football” became the word used, is it not time

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