After just one day of competition, and the Opening Ceremony, social media has already thrown the spear at Channel 10’s Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games coverage.
With two channels that can be used for games coverage, and a plethora of events running until August 4, fans are asking; why is there a) not more sport and b) so many ads? Continue reading Channel Ten Missing the mark on Glasgow 2014
After a 95 run drubbing at the hands of India, and having not won any of their last 10 Tests, England are searching for answers that should have come six months ago.
Unfortunately, the management of the situation at the time, the Kevin Pietersen drama included, did not allow for the fresh overhaul that the England Cricket Board and on-field team needed. Continue reading Cricket: England are being overcooked and then burnt
Warrandyte Reserve, home to the mighty Bloods, played host on Saturday to a dominant performance from the red and the white against Park Orchards Sharks in Division 4, on a surface that was slippery in the pockets and suited a sharp kicking style. Continue reading EFL: Warrandyte and Park Orchards rivalry intensifies as Bloods prevail
Another year, and another Unigames has been wrapped up. Held in the city of Wodonga, and some sports in Albury, 1,950 students descended on the town this week to contest 14 sports, with the desire to win a gold medal or secure the overall championship trophy. Continue reading Southern University Games: Wrap-up: La Trobe University outstanding on home turf
Once again, the city of Wodonga greeted competitors with a slight chill, but no sign of rain.
With all sports beginning to hit the peak stage of their respective divisions, securing as many wins as possible became crucial in the race for a top spot. Continue reading Southern University Games: Day 2: Tossing balls and Frisbees with Netball, Touch, Tennis and Ultimate
Fog in Wodonga on the first day of Southern University Games competition greeted the cross country competitors on a picturesque but somewhat muddy La Trobe University Albury-Wodonga campus. Continue reading Southern University Games: Day 1: Hitting the track with Cross Country, Futsal & Basketball
(This article was first seen here at Australian University Sport)
Every year, the demand and popularity of cheerleading at Southern University Games is increasing.
So much so, that this year, the competition has attracted a team from Griffith University on the Gold Coast. Continue reading Southern University Games: Edition Three: Red and White Cheer from the North
As the traditional form of the game, test cricket is not something that can – or should – be radically altered.
Now, though, that scene has the potential to change. Continue reading Cricket: Day/night test cricket a pink blow to the heart