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Podcast – Episode 58

Why is this man here? It will all make sense… once you listen.

The podcast returns with the Summer Series for 2012-13!

This week on the show, we catch up with all the big stories over our time off. From: Sonny Bill Williams returning to the NRL, Quade Cooper’s possible code switch, Israel Folau, the appointment of the new ARLC CEO and announcement of the 2013 draw, David Beckham’s possible move to the A-League, David Campese’s thoughts on female journalists, and Frank Farina’s return to the A-League with Sydney FC, it’s all covered.

There’s all our usual A-League and EPL coverage, a preview of the third Test between Australia and South Africa, Tomo brings us up to speed in the NBA, and we give Skyfall the full review treatment in the Think Tank.

Talk about comprehensive… Listen in now!

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Australia look for a taste of the local Beer

December 11, 2010 Leave a comment

Australian selectors have thrown another spanner in the works, selecting unheralded West Australian Michael Beer for the Third Test against England. Beer, who moved to Perth this season after battling away in Melbourne Grade Cricket for years, has played only five first-class matches, with a modest record of 16 wickets at 39.93. Along with this, Beer’s much talked about local knowledge could be limited, having played only three matches at the WACA, and it yet to take more than three wickets in an innings.

Despite one selection shock, the remainder to the changes to the side were quite unsurprising, with Phillip Hughes, Steve Smith, Mitchell Johnson and Ben Hilfenhaus called in to replace the injured Simon Katich, and the dropped Xavier Doherty, Marcus North and Doug Bollinger. Read more…

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