Canberra

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

A Loss Of Faith in the Game they Play in Heaven

We all make bad decisions, sometimes they become clear quickly, and on other occasions the wisdom of the decision takes a little longer to become apparent. SANZAAR made a bad decision to expand Super Rugby from a fifteen team competition

Why The Force Should Stay in Super Rugby.

Yesterday SANZAAR announced what had been the worst kept secret in Southern hemisphere rugby, that Super Rugby was going to return to a 15 team format in 2018. It was revealed that even though Japan does not play in the

Merging Rather Than Axing May Be The Key In Australian Super Rugby

It was we believe the Daily Telegraph that broke the news first that the Western Force were to be the Australian Super Rugby team axed when the competition gets trimmed back to fifteen. The opening line of their article read

Centre Of Excellence To Close, But Are A-League Clubs Capable of Filling the Void?

Some in football may be surprised that there has not been more of an outcry on hearing the news that the FFA’s Centre of Excellence, formerly its Australian Institute of Sport program in Canberra is going to be shut down.

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