Middle Australia has strong words of advice to the Chairman of Selectors ahead of the third test in Ranchi.
Middle Australia offers some thoughts on the malaise of Australian test cricket. Time for some to spend a day or two in the room of mirrors.
Middle Australia is perplexed about Warnie being touted as a potential Australian coach.
Middle Australia introduces you to the new trend: Collapse. With it’s chief ambassador Shaun Marsh.
Middle Australia with some sensible proposals to ‘streamline’ the Olympics
Thank the Lord for pathos, logos, Richmond and Freo says Middle Australia – and he should know.
Middle Australia has spoken, Golf does not belong in the Olympics and Adam Scott’s patriotism is not defined by his no show.
Blundstone wearer – our resident biomechanist and general sports scientist and claimer of the ground of Middle Australia – demystifies the pink cricket ball with a bit of straight science. [Very clear, Middle – JTH]
The game of footy between the Tigers and Lions may have been mediocre, but Middle Australia brings us some memories and thoughts which are not.
Middle Australia questions the cricket and casts a stern eye over subjective sports. Who needs style?
MIddle Australia speaks on behalf of Middle Australia regarding the disappointing end to Bernie’s Open.
Can anyone come up with the likely team for the First test? Given that Watson and Rogers are likely to open, here is my prediction and perhaps why – The Editor.
Middle Australia offers advice for all Australians (but particularly Collingwood supporters).
Come on, we’re all thinking it, Middle Australia has the guts to say it: Franklin doing a Le Bron; the silence at Subiaco; men playing netball; Mick Malthouse. You know it makes sense.
Middle Australia outs himself and then defends the enemy. Strange days indeed.
Who’d have thought such rigorous, reasoned thinking would come from Middle Australia (and that The Editor of The Middle Australia Report is a Bombers fan is a nice complication).
Middle Australia says the penalties for all this stuff will be harsh but that we shouldn’t be concerned: it’s only Essendon.
The thing I like about sport is the non-sporting vagaries it throws up. There has been an example this week in the pairing of Bernard Tomic and James Magnussen from disparate codes.
If Hussey had made his intentions clear to Ponting a month back, would Punter have jumped before he was pushed? The Middle Australia Report can smell a comeback in the air.
Some clear-cricket-thinking from Middle Australia.