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Ambrosoli's departure a doggone shame

Ambrosoli's departure a doggone shame

RUGBY league has Ray Warren. Cricket has Richie Benaud. And for just one more night, greyhound racing still has legendary caller Paul Ambrosoli. Tonight will mark the end of an era when Ambrosoli — the unmistakable voice of the Sydney dogs the ..., 1 month ago

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Canberra Times

When it comes to gambling, the people breaking the rules aren't ultimately the problem, the NRL is the problem

In the words of Billy Birmingham, channeling Richie Benaud, Im sorry, but I am just going to have to go with me on this one." I refer specifically to the suspension of Manly winger David Williams for involvement in sports betting, together with four ...
 Canberra Times2 weeks ago Gambling, NRL is the problem  Sydney Morning Herald2 weeks ago Fitz Files: Gambling, NRL is the problem  Sydney Morning Herald2 weeks ago The Fitz Files: NRL's double standards on betting  Sydney Morning Herald2 weeks ago

England v India: 3rd Test day one as it happened

Key points - England 247-2 at close after winning toss - Gary Ballance (104 not out) hits third Test ton - England captain Alastair Cook falls for 95 - England's Jos Buttler makes Test debut - Chris Woakes & Chris Jordan recalled - ...
 BBC1 day ago England v India, day five as it happened  BBC2 weeks ago Slow over rates: time for ICC to get cracking  Sunday Observer1 month ago England v Sri Lanka 2nd Test day two as it happened  BBC1 month ago

Sir Garfield sobers - a star legend on the cricket field

By A. C. De Silva Stars in Cricket: Sir Garfield St. Auburn Sobers was born on July 28 in 1936 in Bay Island, St. Michael Parish, Barbados. Undoubtedly the greatest cricket player of his era (1952 to 1974) and he had the honour of being knighted ...
 Sunday Observer2 days ago

The Analyst: What makes a great captain?

In the latest of his series, BBC Sport cricket analyst Simon Hughes looks at what it takes to be a great captain, and why Alastair Cook is "too nice". This England-India Test series already seems to have boiled down to a captaincy duel between ...
 BBC3 days ago Cricket through the eyes of history  Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago
Dominion Post

Ish Sodhi could have cricket fans in a spin

Ish Sodhi could be one of the last pieces of the puzzle to fall into place for this Black Caps side to become a truly world beating one. As I argued in my previous article on the team , the lack of a consistent spinner and opening pair is still ...
 Dominion Post1 week ago Sodhi could spin Black Caps  The Press NZ1 week ago

In the Herald: July 21, 1962

Deliberate use of English "Uruguayan opera singer Ana Raquel Satre last night twice slapped the face of Brisbane music critic Dr William Lovelock with her black leather glove," the Herald reported. The incident, which the 31-year old soprano ...
 Melbourne Age1 week ago

The changing shades of cricket commentary

By Sujan | Sportskeeda Cricket commentary has changed its hsades over the years They say, Test cricket is the best cricket. I second that. But when you are watching it on TV, try to watch it on mute for some time. It doesn't feel so great does ...
 Yahoo! Malaysia1 week ago

Buzz: Eels to offer DCE $4M

Eels coach Brad Arthur believes he is the one player to complete the jigsaw and deliver Parramatta's first premiership since 1986. It would be their first champion halfback since Peter Sterling. Source: News Corp Australia Cherry-Evans has put ... week ago

Paul Sherwen and Phil Liggett talk about their time on the Tour de France

Depending on your viewpoint, Augusta National is the hallowed ground of world sport. Or Old Trafford. Or maybe Kogarah Oval. But for millions upon millions, the whole of France is a cathedral; its ribbons of tarmac slung onto alpine mountains like ...
 Sydney Morning Herald1 week ago
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