Show BioHide BioCHRIS de KRETSER was founding editor of The Sunday Sun and the first sports editor of The Herald Sun. He was also night editor and sports editor of The Sun and publisher of Sports Weekly magazine. He was Deputy Olympics Editor of the Herald Sun during the Sydney Games, editor of MX, picture editor of The Herald Sun and Sports Confidential columnist.
LOOK OUT Australia, India believes it has the fire and fury to beat our weakened cricket team and win its first Test series Down Under. CHRIS de KRETSER reports from the Punjab: VIRAT Kohli’s Indians are confident their coming campaign will echo the best-selli... More »
HE WAS willing and eager to boo him during a game, but when CHRIS de KRETSER dealt with Hawk champion Luke Hodge off the field he could not have met a better bloke: MUCH HAS been said about Luke Hodge’s prowess as a leader and player after he announced his ret... More »
WE ARE the navy Blues, the song goes. But what happens when navy turns to light blue or white to purple? CHRIS de KRETSER reports on a painful experience watching the football: PLAYING for the jumper has been a fundamental tenet infused into every league footb... More »
CHRIS de KRETSER joined a crowd of more than 600 to celebrate Kevin Sheedy’s 50 years of football and to hear the master coach’s magic formula for conquering the world: As Essendon Football Club continues a never-ending task to shed its drug-tainted image, it ... More »