I am an Australian journalist living in the UK. I cover everything I can - from cricket, rugby, Premier League and even diving.
Most winters I migrate home - the cold is not for me - where I ve covered Australian cricket, the A-League and the Aussie Open.
Yearly tours of Europe to play minnow cricket nations - we ve been doing it for six years - is always a highlight of the year.
After surviving a 85mph former Ranji Trophy quick in Warsaw last year we re off to Serbia, Romania and Switzerland in 2013.
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Gradute Diploma in Journalism at Curtin University; Bachelor of Commerce at University of Western Australia.


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  • France v Scotland - Where the Game Was Won and Lost
    France earned their only win of the Six Nations on the back of a dominant forward pack, but that could have all been undermined if Frederic Michalak had of seen red following his skirmish with Stuart Hogg.
  • France v Scotland - Keys To Victory
    Scotland can cap a successful ix Nations with a rare win in Paris that could see them snatch second place. Les Bleus will just be aiming to avoid a first winless campaign since 1957.
  • Scotland v Wales - Where The Game Was Won
    Wales set-up a final-weekend Six Nations decider against England after claiming another gutsy win against Scotland. Defence and experience was key - with Leigh Halfpenny's boot decisive.
  • Scotland v Wales: Keys to Victory
    Arguably the hardest Six Natiosn contest to call this season. Both sides looked matches all over, they've strong back-to-back wins together thanks to their iron will and have championship hopes.
  • Welsh determination too much for lamentable France
    A rare Wales win in Paris will hardly go down as a classic but that meant nothing to the visitors as they ended an eight-game losing run. The key to their success owed to their defensive stubbornness and another poor French display.
  • Strong start needed from Wales in Paris
    After opening weekend defeats France and Wales face an early must-win clash if they are to retain any hope of winning this year's RBS 6 Nations. Wales are the defending champions but have won just three times in Paris since 1975.
  • Injuries leave Wales short-handed
    Wales' bid for back-to-back RBS 6 Nations titles has been undermined by injury even before the tournament has started. In the absence of boss Warren Gatland, the Welsh may just look to put their horror autumn series behind them.
  • Sale face difficult Redpath to redemption
    Sale Sharks' season appears to be in terminal decline following John Mitchell's early exit. Chairman Steve Diamond has taken over but should Bryan Redpath, who was entrusted with leading the club at the start of the season, be handed back the reins?

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