• ICC World Cup Tie Should Have Continued Until a Clear Winner Emerged

    If The Championships at Wimbledon, tied 12-all in the fifth set before the tiebreaker decided it for Novak Djokovic, what do you suppose would have been the reaction if the match had been handed to Roger Federer because he had more service aces or fewer double faults? England was awarded the 2019 ICC ODI Cricket … Keep Reading “ICC World Cup Tie Should Have Continued Until a Clear Winner Emerged”

  • New Zealand Warriors Escape Newcastle with Win Despite Ref Blunders

    The New Zealand Warriors are on 14 premiership points going into Round 17 of the Telstra 2019 NRL Premiership competition and they face the Broncos in Brisbane as holders of the 11th rung to the Broncos down at 14. Sixteen points would put them in the top eight, provided they can do something about their … Keep Reading “New Zealand Warriors Escape Newcastle with Win Despite Ref Blunders”

  • Steven Adams a Powerful Lure if Dangled by the Thunder

    It is fortunate for us that our necks are made of perfectly flexible rubber and that is all we will say further about the train wreck/car crash/airliner disaster that represents the kerfuffle between a certain star footballer and the sport’s justice league. We will not say further, but we will be watching, as looking away … Keep Reading “Steven Adams a Powerful Lure if Dangled by the Thunder”

  • Kiwi Golfer Lydia Ko Plunges Sacrificing Accuracy for Distance Chase

    Lydia Ko, the New Zealand national from South Korea has slipped from the top of the world rankings to a current position of 19th, but the sky is not falling. Ko is only 22 and if she decides to stay of her current path of a professional golfer, it would be reasonable to speculate that … Keep Reading “Kiwi Golfer Lydia Ko Plunges Sacrificing Accuracy for Distance Chase”

  • Hansen and His Lieutenants Face Difficult Selection Process

    It is hard to dispute that All Blacks Coach Steve Hansen knows a thing or two when it comes to putting the best possible side on the ground when New Zealand plays international football, so it is entirely possible that two deserving players may be left off when the All Blacks travel to Japan for … Keep Reading “Hansen and His Lieutenants Face Difficult Selection Process”

  • Justin, not Jackie, Gleeson has Folau’s Scalp Mounted an on Display

    With Israel Folau as our poster child, we now claim the right never to be offended by anything anyone says. Don’t like our writing? It might be just one of the reasons hell awaits us in the afterlife. If it should turn out that reincarnation is the reality, we will come back as politically correct … Keep Reading “Justin, not Jackie, Gleeson has Folau’s Scalp Mounted an on Display”

  • Dangerous Rugby Player Will Have 60 Weeks to Examine Life Path

    If any of you or any of us were observed strangling another person, it would be off to jail, but a division two player for Canterbury go away with aggravated assault with nothing other than a four-year ban from rugby. They say Justice is blind, but is it daft as well? Rolleston player Kerry Italo … Keep Reading “Dangerous Rugby Player Will Have 60 Weeks to Examine Life Path”

  • Warriors Recall Adam Blair for Mount Smart Match with Brisbane

    The New Zealand Warriors have recalled Adam Blair for the game with the Brisbane Broncos this weekend at Mount Smart Stadium for Round 11 of the Telstra 2019 NRL Premiership competition. Blair will be manning the bench. Prop Agnatious Paasi is serving a one-game suspension for the crime of a dangerous throw. Bunty Afoa has … Keep Reading “Warriors Recall Adam Blair for Mount Smart Match with Brisbane”

  • Next up is the FIFA Under – 20 World Cup in Poland and New Zealand

    Whatsa Mata with Mata No Longer Mattas The “real” FIFA World Cup was held earlier. Next up is the FIFA Under – 20 World Cup in Poland and New Zealand will begin without their talented striker Max Mata. The Kiwi side will play their first match on May 25 with Honduras as the opponent. Three … Keep Reading “Next up is the FIFA Under – 20 World Cup in Poland and New Zealand”

  • Israel Folau after Judging Harshly is Harshly Judged

    Free speech may be a cornerstone of democratic countries, but employers often have the power to deny that freedom of expression to their employees and employers do that when an employee says things that could impact profits. Profits are what keep businesses afloat, so the balancing act between democracy and capitalism is often out of … Keep Reading “Israel Folau after Judging Harshly is Harshly Judged”