Month: September 2019

'What did people expect?!' – Carragher baffled by 'harsh' Liverpool criticism

The Reds returned to winning ways against Bournemouth on Saturday after back-to-back Premier League draws Jamie Carragher believes recent criticism of Liverpool and Jurgen Klopp was unfair, and feels his former club are back on track following their weekend win over Bournemouth. The Reds responded well after back-to-back draws with Leicester and West Ham, beating…

By PENTICTONLAWYERS September 30, 2019 0

Tomane not distracted by contract talks

Brumbies winger Joe Tomane says he’s yet to make a call on his Rugby future, but is happy to leave that decision out of his mind while the 2016 season unfolds.. Tomane was reportedly close to signing with French side Montpellier but discussions are still ongoing. The speedster said he wasn’t worried about his open…

By PENTICTONLAWYERS September 29, 2019 0

Quade coasts to knockout win

QUADE Cooper has coasted to his third professional boxing win after dealing a clean knockout blow in the second round.   Fighting fellow Queenslander Jack McInnes as an undercard to the highly anticipated Anthony Mundine-Danny Green rematch, Cooper was in cruise control for the entire bout.   The Queensland Reds flyhalf asserted his dominance early…

By PENTICTONLAWYERS September 29, 2019 0

Poor record forces Gibson's hand for Rebels clash

Just one Waratahs player will keep his backline spot this weekend, as coach Daryl Gibson swung the axe for their Rebels clash. Six of the Waratahs’ starting backline have been shuffled to the bench, out of the 23 or into another post, including Jake Gordon starting over Nick Phipps and Israel Folau’s outside centre experiment…

By PENTICTONLAWYERS September 29, 2019 0

Home and hungry for Moore

He’s played 117 Tests, 166 Super Rugby games and is the current captain of his country but it is the burning itch for team success that drives Stephen Moore. Season 2017 marks Moore’s 18th in Super Rugby but as he is quick to point out, major trophies at both domestic and international level have been…

By PENTICTONLAWYERS September 29, 2019 0

Horne hopes to see Mitchell back in blue

Rob Horne is about to trade Australia for England but he’d be happy to see his Wallabies teammate Drew Mitchell back on the Waratahs wing. Horne has signed a three-year deal with UK Premiership side the Northampton Saints, effectively ending his Test career, 27 Tests short of the 60 needed to remain eligible overseas. His…

By PENTICTONLAWYERS September 29, 2019 0