Sunday night was a great night for me. Now I’m going to tell you why, in great detail, so widen those eyes and let me paint a papaya coloured picture – it’s a beautiful one. If you follow the world of Formula One, you would be familiar with the struggles Australia’s very own Daniel Ricciardo […]Read More Ricciardo wins Monza
It’s been awhile. I’ve been meaning to put something together for what seems like an eternity. I thought I’d throw something together about how today’s pandemic has conditioned me to question day-to-day society. Living in South Australia, I consider myself fortunate that I am not in a government enforced lockdown. We are still living a […]Read More The new normal – Observations
So I’m embarking on something a little different here. In my previous post when I introduced According To Me, I mentioned that I’m looking forward to putting together a few reviews on various things I’m interested in, whether it be a book I’ve read, perhaps a movie I’ve watched or even a glass of red I’ve […]Read More Books I’ve Read – 25th of July
20th of July, 2021. If you have begun reading this, firstly, thank you, thank you for taking the time out of your day to read this – it means a lot! I’ve recently decided to transform my blog. Talking Sport is no longer, it was fun, but it was time for a change. I’ve always enjoyed writing […]Read More according to me – an intro
A dominant record at a fortress was relinquished, and so to Australia’s faith in their test team – it was the first time in over 30 years that the Australian’s had been defeated at the Gabba and wasn’t the fallout jarring. Had Australia taken those ten wickets against India, on the final day, there would […]Read More A novice’s thoughts on the Australian Test Team
My word, what an enthralling last few weeks it has been. Richmond are AFL premiers once again, and like it or loathe it, it feels appropriate, they are a magnificent team and are a very worthy winner, I’ll divulge on this a little later on. We’ve seen the Los Angeles Lakers take home an NBA […]Read More A novice’s impression on the world of sport
The NBA’s ‘bubble’ is well and truly underway, and it’s only a matter of hours before players do battle on the courts of Orlando. Stirring news if you’re an NBA fan. Much has been made of the oddity of this NBA season as a result of COVID-19, and whether or not an NBA championship triumph […]Read More Victory over adversity
The Western Bulldogs won the 2016 Premiership seemingly against the odds, that was from the outside however, inside the four walls of that football club, they definitely believed the AFL’s ultimate was very achievable. “Why not us?” was the catchcry used by the Bulldogs that year, and that same sentiment should be held by every […]Read More So you’re saying there’s a chance?
When people talk about the ongoing suspension of world sport, my mind automatically gravitates to Liverpool. I’m not a Liverpool fan, but I can’t help but get caught up in the cruel script that has been handed to them following the shelving of sport as a result of COVID-19. Rarely do you come across a […]Read More Should Liverpool be crowned Premier League champions regardless?
A world without sport, don’t be ridiculous. I would have scoffed at you had you proposed it to me a few months ago. Heck, I may have even called you an idiot, or even just simply laughed it off. So wrapped up in our day to day lives.. we lose track of how vulnerable we […]Read More Sport’s big hiatus so unfamiliar to us all