The new year kicked off very quickly with sideline reporting, an internship at AAP and my regular work making for a busy January. I covered two nights of football’s Asian Cup including the Saudi Arabia-DPR Korea tie at AAMI Park in Melbourne. Across the road at Melbourne Park, I reported on 18 day and night … Continue reading January
I’ve been up to a lot in the busy final months of my university degree.
Here are some links to the work I’ve done since July Continue reading Late 2014 work
Ticketek could make more than $1 million from football fans registering for grand final tickets.
Continue reading $1m for grand final ballot fees
Buttler bit off more than he could chew and he was punished accordingly. Luke asks why Mankad is still a dirty word. Continue reading Banish the Mankad stigma
Red Bull’s shocking start to the season presents the young outfit’s biggest challenge. Luke Costin recaps their start to the year and questions the ability to bounce back Continue reading Has the raging Red Bull been tamed?
Is a sudden death semi at home a fair reward for the BBL’s table-toppers? Continue reading Please kill the two-week final series
Australians love barracking for the underdog but the awful draw for our local hopes took that to the extreme. Luke Costin takes a look at five dark horses who have a real chance of causing some upsets. Continue reading International Underdogs
He’s the F1 driver famous for his blunt assessments of motor sport’s most glamorous category. Here’s ten of Webber’s best calls. Continue reading Mark Webber’s ten best quotes
Last week I entered a magical world. Lush green grass under feet, bright purple and white flowers overhead and an air of excitement all around. The dull green gates of Wimbledon may as well be the pearly white ones to heaven. Every patron, having queued for hours, enters with a grin across their face and … Continue reading Tennis heaven
Shane Perkins’ injury curse may be over with news his recovery from shoulder surgery is ahead of schedule. Perkins, who first suffered a tendon tear last April, has admitted he suffered further damage late last year to his already injured right shoulder. To top it off, the two-time world champion and London Olympics bronze medallist … Continue reading Shane Perkins’ injury curse may be over
Tennis made the choice to move Hawk-Eye from television gadget to on-court decision maker seven years ago. It still is yet to tell everyone the system had obvious flaws, as Luke Costin explains Continue reading Why Hawkeye is flawed and is damaging both its players and umpires
Bought your Open tickets yet? No? Well, expect a $5 charge for not buying before today following the Australian Open’s redefinition of “pre-purchase”. Continue reading Why your Aus Open ground pass may cost you 34% extra