WILD ABOUT DECISION
IN a week where much was made of the highly publicised and extremely highly paid SEN breakfast line-up, RSN unearthed it’s new team headed by
And Harford and his mates took the points when chose his weekly slot to clip Australia’s cricket selectors behind the ears for what he sees as a series of “hunch” selections.
Not sure it will do a lot for White’s future national chances, but he echoed the feelings of every well performed over-30 batsmen in the country, such as and
Harper, 20, is looked upon as a future long-form Australia player given the quality of his glovework, and with Wade no longer the first choice state keeper it ensures his development can be fast tracked and he won’t be lost to another state, which was very much on the cards if Wade remained. AS a former super featherweight world champion,
knows better than most what happens inside a ring, so it was interesting to get his take on the stoush.
“Mundine was a comfortable points winner and dominated the fight was my opinion — and also that of 95 per cent of the people watching from the venue,” Tomlinson, who now manages the highly promising twins
The subject of his interest was Green, and the “little wager” was a cool $600,000 at $1.50.
Not surprisingly he didn’t get on, but if you didn’t know better you would almost think the result was already known.
FIRST HARF GOAL
Futures League (U/23 state): Melbourne two-day cricket: Melbourne Twenty20: Victorian U19s: Gilchrist/Ponting game: Sheffield Shield: Total: Will Pucovski scores runs for the Victorian U19 team in December. His talent as a 10-year-old (left) is being compared to Ricky Ponting (below left) at the same age. Picture: BRODIE GROGAN/CRICKET AUSTRALIA