Lessons Not Learned

Why is it that some administrators continue to make rods for their own backs? A year ago Basketball Australia went against its own Governance processes and changed the National Wheelchair Basketeball League competition to a seven team competition and re-issued

Sharapova Opens a Pandora’s Box

Following Maria Sharapova’s announcement that she had tested positive to the banned drug Meldonium, also known as Mildronate, most would have expected athletes to be running for their vitamin, supplement and prescription drug supplies to check that they did not

The Cost of Loyalty

Josh Risdon is fast becoming the player that epitomises Perth Glory, just as former captain Gareth Naven did. He is the local boy who came good. The player that many aspiring footballers can relate to because they can identify with

Actions Would Mean More Than Words

When the Football Federation of Australia unveiled its Strategic plan for 2016-2019 this week the CEO, David Gallop was quoted as saying “Results at youth international level matter, but not as much as finding the next generation of stars to

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