Harry Taylor Disoreinted by Move From Defender to Forward

Geelong Cats forward Harry Taylor is certainly not having the sort of beginning of the season he may have envisioned, but with Geelong winning its first three games, he seems to be willing to give himself some time to adapt to the new role in which he has been thrust to this point of the…

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Adam Scott in Position to Win Second Masters

Just ahead of the final round of the 2017 Masters in Augusta, Georgia, Adam Scott is lurking near the top of the leaderboard with only six players and three shots separating him from the top. If he is anything like the us hackers, he is no doubt engaging in the old “what if” game when…

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AFL Evolution Announces May 5 Release Date for Latest Version

Whilst it is certainly true that we ourselves do not possess the opposable thumbs skills to derive much in the way of adrenaline or enjoyment from video games, we would not deny that there are legions who do, so footy fans now have the anticipation of a May 5 release date for the latest version…

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Wests Tigers Losing Mitchell Moses to Eels Question of When

If the trend continues, the Wests Tigers may soon prove unrecognisable to their supporters. After giving the axe to head Coach Jason Taylor and handing the reins to Ivan Cleary, player defections have been the latest development. Mitchell Moses, a young gun with years left on his clock, has given the cold shoulder to a…

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Cronk Intimates 2017 Is Last Year With Storm Possibly Final in Rugby

It is becoming increasingly rare for an athlete to spend an entire career with one club. There is the salary cap to thank for that in professional leagues all over the world, where underperforming clubs have money to spend on top players and the top clubs face the uncomfortable reality of not being to keep…

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Early 2017 AFL Results Offer Refreshing Departure from Status Quo

Early in the season of the 2017 Toyota AFL Premiership competition, the Essendon Bombers are showing promising signs of having finally shaken off the harsh reality of last season, which saw them trying to make do with old men and cast offs they found lying about when the AFL permitted them to top up in…

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Final Four Hype for 2017 Entirely Justified in NCAA Basketball Tourney

The NCAA’s March Madness, even though now poaching on April lived up to its name yesterday and the Final Four matchups provided some high drama. The Gonzaga Bulldogs, no relation to the AFL’s Western Bulldogs, or the NRL’s Canterbury Bulldogs, beat the South Carolina Gamecocks in one of the semifinals, in the process of so…

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Steve Smith’s Mind Boggling Achievements Deserve Support

Say what you will about Steve Smith. The fact remains that he needs support if Australia is to experience cricket success at the international level, on both sides of the bowl. In the recent tour of India, where the Aussies tantilised with the prospect of success, before ultimately crashing and burning, Smith poste the fifth…

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Lehmann Composes Ode to Smith Despite Recent Test Outcome

Aussie cricket Coach Darren Lehmann had nothing but good things to say concerning his skipper, Steve Smith, following the recent loss in the Indian Test series. Smith was the sole batter who provided reliably run production, tallying 499 runs and three tons, leading Lehmann to invoke comparisons to Don Bradman, Ricky Ponting, Mark Taylor and…

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Indians Poor Hosts to Australian Cricket Tourists

The Australian cricketers went down to defeat in their Test series with India, with the final score being 2 – 1. The Indians took possession of the Border – Gavaskar trophy that seemed to be well within the Aussies’ grasp in the early stages of the series. There was some high quality cricket played, but…

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