All posts by Josh Alston

NRL star Jack Bird

The biggest dud at your NRL club in 2018

Brisbane Broncos: Jack BirdOverweight, overly injured and over-hyped. The blue-chip recruit from Cronulla has played just a handful of games and won’t be sighted again until next season.Canberra Raiders: Jack WightonGetting punchy in the preseason cost the rising utility dearly, with the NRL coming down hard with a 10 match suspension. Canberra has cried foul […]

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Usain Bolt is trying out with A-League club Central Coast Mariners

Usain Bolt and the other athletes who swapped sports

Usain Bolt has shocked the world by revealing that he is trying to forge a professional soccer career in his life after the sprinting. After shattering the record books in a dominant and spectacular career at the Olympics, Bolt is now toiling with the Central Coast Mariners for a sport in Australia’s premier soccer competition – […]

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FIFA World Cup Final: France v Croatia

France v Croatia – who wins the FIFA World Cup?

It has been 31 days since Russia kicked off the 2018 FIFA World Cup with a thumping 5-0 win over Saudi Arabia. Since then, dreams and fairytales have been shattered. England supporters are now faced with the sobering reality that the only thing ‘coming home’ is their fourth placing.  Belgium’s World Cup window was slammed shut, although […]

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Ice hockey players face off

The EziSports guide to betting on ice hockey and the NHL

It is fast, it is brutal and often blood and teeth are left behind in the heat of battle – this is ice hockey, and it is also a great sport for the daring punter to make money on. There are many established leagues around the world and the most prominent is the NHL in the […]

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Wimbledon 2018

Wimbledon preview: the Aussies in action

There will be 14 Aussies competing in the main draw of Wimbledon this year, with all eyes on star Nick Kyrgios and prodigal son Bernard Tomic. The two are on a crash course to meet in round three – if Tomic is good enough to get that far – after Bernard earned a lucky loser entry […]

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Socceroos captain Mile Jedinak

FIFA World Cup: How Australia and the Socceroos can progress

Australia loved watching the thrilling Socceroos FIFA World Cup 1-1 draw with Denmark last night that keeps our progression hopes alive.But what are the scenarios now? What do we need to do and what results need to go our way?The Socceroos play Peru in Sochi on Wednesday and Denmark has a crucial clash with France. […]

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