The Wests Tigers are looking to lock up their junior talent and have sighted young rake Daniel Peck as a successor to veteran Robbie Farah in a few years’ time.
Wests Tigers SG Ball coach Mathew Head, who had stints at St George Illawarra, Wests and Hull in his playing career, has had his eye on Peck since day one and thinks the teenager’s maturity on the field defies his age.
Continue reading “Have the Wests Tigers found their next Farah?”
Many have not been able to answer the question over how Australia can be rolled for 136 at Edgbaston and 60 at Trent Bridge while the POMs pile on the runs.
It all comes down to Australian batsmen adopting a foreign tactic in unfamiliar conditions, and its ramifications were severe.
Continue reading “The real reason Australia lost the Ashes”
Australian captain Steve Smith echoed predecessors by declaring his new-look side, which will take on New Zealand and West Indies this summer, is an ongoing part of a process of ‘generational change’.
But when will the change cease?
Continue reading “Why the future of Australian cricket is being undermined”
With the Australian side constantly on the road, Steve Smith hadn’t even seen the two Test hopefuls in the nets, let alone a game.
Coach Darren Lehmann’s dossier is equally thin.
Continue reading “Strangers in whites: Smith’s blind auditions”
The Melbourne Storm have continued their charge up the NRL ladder with a hard-fought 24-10 victory over injury-hit Penrith at Sportingbet Stadium.
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A fantastic afternoon from Sione Mata’utia helped lead Newcastle to a deserved win over the New Zealand side in an entertaining match at Hunter Stadium on Sunday.
Continue reading “Mata’utia hat-trick sees Knights overcome Warriors”
The Raiders hit a new low on Sunday afternoon as they were demolished 54-18 by the Warriors, less than a week after coach Ricky Stuart admitted his side were not up to first grade standard.
Continue reading “Raiders Season Goes From Bad To Worse After Big Loss”