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autobiorgraphy feature

It’s autobiography season.

Retirement is part of sport. It is rare, though, that we have three top cricketers all releasing their autobiographies within a few weeks of each other. But as I write this, on the 24th of October, cricket and sports fans can get stuck into any...


Inside the writing process

(Pic: I made a quick trip to Sydney this week). As you may know, my first book will be published next year (it’s on rugby league). It might be ten months away but I’m already starting to plan ahead. I’ve been contacting my local bookstore (Readers in Hawthorn)...

13th October 2016

Hello readers, It’s my favourite time of year. No, not the start of cricket season. Not the A-League or NBL either. It’s Test rugby league time. The Kangaroos host the Kiwis this Saturday in Perth. It should be a cracking contest. Both teams have selected a...


Cahill the super-sub

Socceroos great Tim Cahill isn’t used to sitting on the bench. When coach Ange Postecoglou kept him on the sidelines in their World Cup qualifier against Bangladesh in 2015, many were perplexed. Turns out the coach did it to give other guys more international experience. Last...

My top 5 eye-catching performances over the weekend:

1) Keogh gets three Perth Glory’s Irish striker Andy Keogh did all the scoring against Melbourne City with a hat trick on Friday night.Highlights: (Footage: Melbourne City FC). Andy Keogh celebrates with Perth Glory fans. (Pic: Getty) 2) Winiata grabs four as Black Ferns rout Australia The Black Ferns...