1999

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

How Long Can Oceania Survive?

Is there a place in International sport for Oceania? This questions has been murmured for years, but is it time that the World’s sporting bodies seriously looked at Oceania, and considered a better option for qualification to World Cup Finals

Vale: Mike Cockerill

Everyone has opinions. Some will back those up with measured arguments or deep rooted beliefs. Often we will all disagree with another persons views, but even if after discussion we still beg to differ, most of the time we walk

Fighting For the Future of Boxing

Today the future of Boxing hangs in the balance. For decades the sport of Boxing has attracted top actors, singers, and writers at ringside, but in amongst the famous have lurked many well known underworld faces as well. For well

A Knights Tale

Yesterday the Western Knights made history in Western Australian football by becoming the first team outside the top division to win the State League cup in its many guises. It was the third time that the Western Knights and Sorrento

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