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  • 20100315
    The Geelong Cats have been truly dominant in the last 3 years and this year looks like it will stay that way. The Cats won the 2009 AFL Premiership in a courageous contest against the Saints. The Cats have so much to offer this season. In this season preview I will discuss 5 of Geelong’s stand out players. If these players can perform throughout this year, there is no doubt Geelong will reach the big stage.

    Back – Josh Hunt

    Hunt had severely injured himself in the 2009 pre season after he accidentally slipped and ruptured his anterior cruciate ligament . He spent the whole...

    by Pav_001 - Comments: 1 - Views: 581
  • 20100315
    We will now focus on the Collingwood Magpies. The Magpies had a very successful 2009, defeating Adelaide by 5 points in the elimination final but unfortunately going down to eventual premiers Geelong in the preliminary final. These players could have a main authority on whether this happens.

    Back – Harry O’Brien

    The superb defender into the senior Magpie defence in 2006 and made an immediate impact for the Magpies. His dominant run off half-back, makes him a key player for the Pies. His resourcefulness as a defender gives Collingwood options for playing O’Brien either on a...

    by Pav_001 - Comments: 1 - Views: 235
  • 20100315
    This blog was made to discuss the Adelaide Crows season, but it was also focused on which players can take the crows the furthest.

    The Adelaide Crows had a very successful 2009 season until it was cut short in a dissapointing elimination final loss to Collingwood, but with the 2010 AFL season forthcoming, the Adelaide Crows will be eager for even more success than last year. So which players have the capability to take them there? Well find out in this in this season preview.

    Backline – Nathan Bock

    After an injury interrupted 2009 which saw the backman experience...

    by Pav_001 - Comments: 0 - Views: 201
  • 20100301
    1. Roger Federer

    Like the watches his country are so famous for, this Swiss star has perfect and impeccable timing. He seems to predict his opponent's every move, arriving in time to smash a forehand winner down the line with pinpoint accuracy. Speed, grace, power, accuracy, and intelligence are all weapons in this players game, and he can play any style of game you care to slot him in. He is as close to unbeatable as any player in sports history, and over the past 5 years has filled his trophy case with 12 grand slam titles. Like Sampras before him, he was unable to win the French Open....

    by Pav_001 - Comments: 2 - Views: 212
  • 20100301
    Crickets Funniest Sledges and Comebacks!

    Rod Marsh & Ian Botham

    When Botham took guard in an Ashes match, Marsh welcomed him to the wicket with these words: "So how's your wife & my kids?" Ian Botham’s famous reply – "The wife's fine. The kids are retarded!" This was sure to make the list.

    Daryll Cullinan & Shane Warne

    As Cullinan was on his way to the wicket, Warne told him he had been waiting 2 years for another chance to humiliate him. "Looks like you spent it eating," Cullinan replied.

    Robin Smith...

    by Pav_001 - Comments: 4 - Views: 258
  • 20100301
    Wayne Bridge withdrawal from England squad.

    England manager Fabio Capello has exposed he will attempt to talk Wayne Bridge about competing with the England squad in the 2010 world cup after the defender ruled himself out of the World Cup.

    Bridge had earlier announced that his spot with England was “untenable” following the allegations that team-mate John Terry had an affair with the mother of his young son.

    Regardless of Terry being stripped of the England captaincy, Bridge is reluctant to even weigh up sharing a dressing-room with the centre-back.


    by Pav_001 - Comments: 1 - Views: 368
  • 20100301
    Martina Navratilova

    I chose Navratilova because I think the period she played in contained lot better and skilled players - and certainly several more who were near her calibre.

    In 2003, she won the mixed doubles titles at both the Australian Open and Wimbledon to make her the oldest ever Grand Slam champion (aged 46 years, 8 months). Navratilova also won a singles match at the first round of Wimbledon in 2004, aged 47 years and 8 months, to make her the oldest player to win a professional singles match in the Open Era. Her most recent title came on May 27, at the Internationaux...

    by Pav_001 - Comments: 1 - Views: 239

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