NRL

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

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

Time to Stand As One, or Face the Possible Consequences

Not surprising many Western Australians are angry. They feel a sense of betrayal after the Australian Rugby Union axed the Western Force from the Super Rugby competition on Friday. A decision the ARU claim was due to “financial constraints” yet

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

Subsidising Youth is The Way Forward

Last week Cricket Australia announced that the Big Bash League, their T20 competition will be expanded from 32 games to 40 in 2018. This means that each of the eight teams will now play five games away from home, and

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