Location: 134 Marong Road, West Bendigo About 1.5 to 2 hours outside of Melbourne, you’ll find the home township of Bendigo and the Bendigo Basketball Stadium located west of the town centre. Yesterday, I travelled from Melbourne to Bendigo to see the Melbourne Boomers take on the Bendigo Spirit in a game that would prove to […]
Group H would have to be one of the groups that the casual fan will know little about, with only the 11th ranked Belgium having any players who ply their trade in the the five big leagues in Europe.
There comes a time when you realise that all things must come to an end.
One look at Group B and you should realise that a heavyweight will miss out on the round of 16.
Group A will be perhaps the center of attention come the World Cup with home nation Brazil lining up alongside Croatia, Mexico and Cameroon.
Sport is a fantastic thing. No matter who you are, everyone enjoys watching some type of sport. At this time of year, most Australian’s are deep into their football team, whether that be in the AFL, NRL or Super 15. The A-League is reaching its closing stages, the ANZ Championship is underway, many of the […]
The Los Angeles Dodgers and Arizona Diamondbacks have both landed in Sydney and are set to play off in the first regular season MLB series match in the Southern Hemisphere. As well as playing in a two-game series across the weekend at the SCG, each team will also play Australia’s national team in a warm-up […]
For the 12 years that Graeme Smith played cricket for South Africa, he was always someone to rely on. Regardless of whether he was an opening batsman, a captain, a friend or even a member of the opposition, Smith treated everyone fairly and could be relied upon to get his team out of a tight […]
Below is an official statement from myself in reference to the current developments involving the Essendon football club. “As a journalist, it is within my rights to not post things that I believe would be doing a disservice to those people involved, or would be considered unethical. As such, I would like to confirm that […]
It seems as though the Giants won’t quite have the same third-year success that Gold Coast had in 2013, but will continue to develop their young players into stars of the game.
Geelong have easily been one of the best teams in the past eight or nine years, and it has been their ability to continually unearth talent and become a really deep team that has significantly contributed to that.
After a 2012 season in which West Coast shot up the ladder after winning the wooden spoon the previous year, 2013 was an up and down year.