When Trying to Help Actually Hurts

Concussion is serious business. The Australian Sports commission says; “There is growing concern in Australia and internationally about the incidence of sport-related concussion and potential health ramifications for athletes.” This concern is not a local issue, but is being tackled head on by organisations around the world. In a balance between trying to avoid liabilityContinue reading “When Trying to Help Actually Hurts”

Allegiance; National or Provincial?

After a disappointing 2018 season at all levels, we see what many have labelled inevitable. The streamlining of rugby between State and national teams. A similar system to the largely successful model New Zealand utilises, in which provincial rugby teams are owned and operated by the national body.

In the Hunt for redemption

Rumours have been circulating since December that Karmichael Hunt would be pulling on the blue jersey for the Waratah’s in 2019. Today these rumours have been confirmed by rugby.com.au in an article indicating the switch with Bryce Hegarty, who heads North to join the Reds.

A small fish in a big pond

Just over 12 months ago I left the rugby heartland of NSW to move to South Australia. Previously the sport section of the nightly news featured any number of Rugby updates, from Izzy’s latest antics on social media and Kurtley’s party tactics to the scores, injury updates and Wallaby woes I’d grown accustomed to overContinue reading “A small fish in a big pond”