• Israel Folau in Trouble Once Again for his Unruly Thumbs

    Quick. What is the common trait that connects US President Donald Trump and Waratahs and Wallabies star Israel Folau? They both seem to have a penchant for exposing their stupidity via social media. For details regarding The Donald, check online, or follow the man on Twitter. Folau? He is up to his old shtick, issuing … Keep Reading “Israel Folau in Trouble Once Again for his Unruly Thumbs”

  • Dagg’s Knees Nab Him into Calling Time on Standout Rugby Career

    An adage that has stood the test of time, “It is better to die on your feet than to live on your knees,” has a different interpretation for All Blacks fullback Israel Dagg, who has found himself out of the game permanently due to a knee problem that has prevented him from not only playing … Keep Reading “Dagg’s Knees Nab Him into Calling Time on Standout Rugby Career”

  • Crotty to Join Read in Japan Top League after 2019 World Cup

    Word on the street is that Ryan Crotty will not be overlooked by New Zealand for the 2019 Rugby World Cup in Japan, as he was in 2015. Crotty will be back from Japan, or he might just stay around, as he is departing the Crusaders at the end of the 2019 Super Rugby season … Keep Reading “Crotty to Join Read in Japan Top League after 2019 World Cup”

  • Mankading of Butler by Ashwin Ignites Full Fury of Twitter

    The Indian Premier League provided quite a bit of fuel in a recent match between Kings XI Punjab and the Rajasthan Royals. There was former Australian captain Steve Smith playing with a heavily strapped right arm as he continues to recover from elbow surgery in January, making his IPL return while serving the final days … Keep Reading “Mankading of Butler by Ashwin Ignites Full Fury of Twitter”

  • Flying Boats for New Zealand Defense of America’s Cup Launched

    This is a sports website and there has been no lack of attention regarding current events from multiple outlets, so all we will say is that we wish the best for the entire country of New Zealand, as well as anyone directly connected with the recent tragedy. What caught our eyes today is that the … Keep Reading “Flying Boats for New Zealand Defense of America’s Cup Launched”

  • Row Your Boat but not so Gently Down the Stream

    While most Kiwi eyes were on Super Rugby, the rowing exploits of Hamish Bond and Mahe Drysdale may have coopted a few lumens of the New Zealand sports spotlight. Many people think of rowing only during Olympic years, but the rowers themselves have to think about it a lot and get out there and row … Keep Reading “Row Your Boat but not so Gently Down the Stream”

  • Melbourne Victory’s Loosely Translated Shirts Suggest Ties to Wagering

    It struck us right to the core when during the Melbourne Victory’s horror 3- 1 loss to Daegu at AAMI Park was compounded by the team requiring a change to their costumes after it was discovered that their sponsor had links to a betting agency. That sort of thing is frowned upon apparently, for reasons … Keep Reading “Melbourne Victory’s Loosely Translated Shirts Suggest Ties to Wagering”

  • Federer Will Play Clay While Chasing ATP Victory 100

    What is the psychological significance of double or triple figures? The best psychologists have yet to figure that out to the extent that provides any sort of definitive answer. Cricket batters often cruise into the 90s before getting that deer-in-the headlight paralysis that finds them dragging the willow back to the shed just short of … Keep Reading “Federer Will Play Clay While Chasing ATP Victory 100”

  • Warriors Goal Kicking Suspect Ahead of 2019 NRL Competition

    The New Zealand Warriors will simply have to adapt and find a new goal kicker. They will face the Telstra 2019 NRL Premiership competition without Shaun Johnson, who used the off-season to get a job with the Cronulla Sharks. They also saw Mason Lino depart, which leaves them almost entirely reliant on Issac Luke, holder … Keep Reading “Warriors Goal Kicking Suspect Ahead of 2019 NRL Competition”

  • Nowhere to Go but Up for 2019 NRL Parramatta Eels

    Michael Jennings has revealed his reasoning for not slipping out of Parramatta to Newcastle ahead of the 2019 Telstra NRL Premiership competition. The Eels finished fourth in 2017, then plunged to spooners in 2018, the victims, apparently, of some sort of toxic presence similar to the one that kept Gold Coast firmly rooted in the … Keep Reading “Nowhere to Go but Up for 2019 NRL Parramatta Eels”