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Podcast #36 – A Young Western Australian Looks Back On A First Season in England, The Western Force, and Sharing the Spoils

Podcast #36 – A Young Western Australian Looks Back On A First Season in England, The Western Force, and Sharing the Spoils

There has certainly been plenty to talk about in sport of late, and much of it happening off the pitch. Which gives us plenty to discuss. On this show our guest is another young Western Australian that backed himself and

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

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

Two to Go In Super Rugby?

Sometimes bigger is not better. Super Rugby has found that out the hard way. Instead of learning the lessons from the competitions in Europe, who soon realised when the game went professional that too much rugby was harmful to the

Betting on Firing up Punters

Australia will always lift when it plays England. So it was strange that so many people seemed surprised that Australia were victorious in England’s do or die Rugby World Cup match. Especially when you consider that the Australian rugby team