Creating Chances: How sport put Fressard on straight and narrow

This article was first written for and published by NRL.com. Jayme Fressard is the first to admit she was a bit of a “naughty kid” in school. Fortunately, sport came to the rescue. “Growing up, I didn’t think school was for me. For a while I was getting into trouble and hanging out with the […]

The sacking of Stephen Kearney absolutely stinks

This article was first written for and published by the Roar.  ou would be hard pressed to find an NRL fan whose adopted second team for 2020 wasn’t the New Zealand Warriors. The entire rugby league community has been moved by the sacrifices the club has made to keep the competition going, not least relocating […]

The sports media must promote inclusivity

This post was first written for and published by the Roar.  t’s rare I choose to tune into Q+A on the ABC, but with a topic like the future of sport, this week was hard to miss. On this week’s show there were panellists from a variety of sports covering the spectrum of sport, from players and […]

Not expendable: NRL’s strong message on women’s sport This article was first written for and published by NRL.com. Confirmation the NRLW will go ahead in 2020 sends the message that women’s sport is not expendable and is worth investing in. You can imagine my happiness on Tuesday night when my social media feed lit up with fans, […]

McGregor’s got to go – but he shouldn’t go alone

This article was first written for and published by the Roar.  here are many things that can be said about St George Illawarra Dragons coach, Paul McGregor. But even the most hardcore Dragons fan must admit that he showed courage, passion and honesty in fronting up to the media shortly after his team’s abysmal performance […]