Dear Warren Gatland…


Dear Warren Gatland, I expect you’ve enjoyed your four month break from what must be an extremely tedious, testing job. Hopefully you’ve been able to acquaint yourself with some sunshine, and have experienced the joys of ┬ácivilisation before your imminent return to the neanderthal territory of Wales [I’m kidding, of course]. I’m writing to you … Continue reading Dear Warren Gatland…

London 2012: How I think it will all pan out


What a great opening ceremony we were treated to last night! We’re told that over 1 billion people worldwide tuned in to feast at a banquet of British culture that featured Sir Paul McCartney, Mr Bean and a spectacular lighting of the Olympic Cauldron. So the ceremonial niceties are over, and now it’s time for … Continue reading London 2012: How I think it will all pan out

Why Roger Federer will always be the greatest


Statistically, Roger Federer the tennis player is unrivalled. He holds the records for most Grand Slam titles won [16], most consecutive Grand Slam semi-final appearances [23] and most consecutive weeks as number 1 player in the world [237]. Statistics, however, do not do Roger Federer the man justice. He may be the greatest to ever … Continue reading Why Roger Federer will always be the greatest

The Aussies are out but not down!


The Australians are a funny old bunch. They’re born with a permanent tan, spend most of their time upside-down, celebrate Christmas in the summer and cook every meal on the barbecue. If they’re not indulging in Australia’s two favourite past-times [surfing and crocodile hunting] then it’s because they’re in didgeridoo class. They love the Outback, … Continue reading The Aussies are out but not down!