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December 2018

All posts published in December 2018

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By George, it could be worse, Shaun!

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TO SAY Shaun Marsh is out of form in Test cricket is beyond an understatement – but it could be, and has been, worse, writes RON REED:   SO HERE’S the good news for Shaun Marsh: Six single-figure scores in a row does not necessarily get you the sack from the A... More »

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Just call him Pat’s patsy

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VIRAT KOHLI, the world’s best batsman, is nobody’s bunny – or is he? One Australian bowler might beg to differ, says chief writer RON REED. More »

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Saluting old heroes – Bill backs a win-winner

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AN UNUSUAL new event on the Victorian flat racing calendar has proven to be a big success for a bush club that knows how to sell a good idea, writes RON REED: BILL Gibbins had only two bets at the Warrnambool races last Sunday – and backed two winners. One was... More »

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Flag honour for old Swan at last

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THERE WAS nothing Bob Skilton didn’t do in footy – except win a premiership, and now even that has been rectified to some extent, writes RON REED. More »

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Spin king threatens the Aussie lefties

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As Australia ponders the make-up of its top six for the first Test in Adelaide, KEN PIESSE sounds a warning that too many left-handers could spell gloom and doom, especially with R. Ashwin in the opposition dressing room. More »

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Sudden death of a too-old ego

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IT WAS the fight that should never have happened, and Australia’s most controversial sportsman will have to live with the humiliating result, says Chief Writer RON REED More »