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Watching Will is better than work


HE IS probably the best young cricketer in the country but there weren’t many people on hand to see Will Pucovski prove it again. Chief Writer RON REED was. More »




YOU had to see it to believe it. That was one newspaper’s take on the Melbourne Stars’ astonishing collapse in the Big Bash final, snatching defeat from the jaws of certain victory. Regrettably,I didn’t see it – and I scarcel... More »

The Plastic XI’s feared pace attack: Ron “The Hound” Reed, Ian “Beefy” Botham and Australian Test player Ian “Mad Dog” Callen.

Pop the cork – Beefy’s back!


HE’S BEEN a familiar figure on the Melbourne cricket scene for more than 40 years but now one of the great all-rounders is putting runs on the board in another enjoyable way, says Chief Writer RON REED. More »


Star of the big show is a big hit


WHEN he’s on fire, no cricket match is ever a lost cause — Chief Writer RON REED watches Glenn Maxwell do it again: GLENN Maxwell has never liked the nickname he acquired early in his colourful cricket career, The Big Show, a... More »

Darren Weir was a one-man show for Channel 7 presenter Jason Richardson at Caulfield.

Three winners for the stairway phantom


DISGRACED trainer Darren Weir was conspicuous by his absence at Caulfield on Saturday as his four-year-suspension came into sharp focus but his horses were still winning, says chief writer RON REED. More »

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