Luke Reynolds is faced with a difficult choice. Footy or music? Music or footy? In the end his (magpie) Hunters triumph over the (timid tiger) Collectors.
Luke Reynolds makes the trip to the MCG from Colac with his country and western mate Ian. He leaves with serious concerns for Collingwood and the ribbing he’s going to get back in Little Geelong.
Luke Reynolds celebrates the Oranjee men’s victory over the Old Dart, and revisits the long history of upsets in cricket World Cups. Talk about the luck of the Irish.
Luke Reynolds revels in the duel pleasures of sporting redemption and indoctrinating his kids in the way of the Magpie.
When he gets it wrong, Luke Reynolds is prepared to admit it. He had written Steve Smith off as a poor man’s Cameron White. Early Test performances were proving him correct. But now…an apology is in order.
Luke Reynolds offers a comprehensive summary of Australia’s one day series demolition of England.
Luke Reynolds took his kids to the MCG to see their first 20-20 game together. The fireworks shone brighter than the Stars.
Luke Reynolds waxes lyrical about Irish cricket. Brad Haddin and Steve Smith batted brilliantly to save Australia from……… What’s their name again?
Luke Reynolds has the quintessential down-from-the-bush cricket experience.
Australians all let us rejoice, the urn is coming back. Some wonderful hitting by Watson and Bailey has Luke Reynolds in a very positive frame of mind.
Luke ‘Funky’ Reynolds lets us know how the 2013 Almanac is being welcomed down in the Otways. The Colac Herald is the second biggest seller in the area after Dairy News Australia.
Another display of aggressive, intimidating and bloody fast left arm pace bowling from a white hot Mitchell Johnson has all but destroyed the English psyche and delivered a commanding position in the second Test to the home team. All hail the moustache.
Luke Reynolds shows us that there are still new tricks for old dogs on the cricket field. (We won’t tell Mick about the back.)
Australia 295 (BJ Haddin 94) & 0/65 v England 136 (MG Johnson 4/61, RJ Harris 3/28) A stunning hour of play where Australia took 6 English wickets for just 9 runs has turned a Test match and maybe a series on its head. At 2/82 England had work to do but were seemingly in control [Read more]
The greatest batsman of the modern era, and probably the second greatest willow wielder of all time, has pulled up stumps. Join Luke Reynolds in hailing the career of a model sportsman.
Our man at the Test, Luke Reynolds, gives a typical thorough and thoughtful summary of the Final of the 50 Over domestic One-Day competition. Who has the runs on the board to make Stuart quake in his boots?
Luke Reynolds – Australia’s greatest cricket tragic since the Right Hon John Winston Howard Esq – protests that he’s not interested in the Ryobi Cup. I don’t believe him, but he’s bloody funny anyway.
Luke Reynolds summarises the first week’s games in the Ryobi Cup. More in sorrow than in anger, Luke faithfully reports the progress of our once great summer game.
Believe it or not, Australia have just played England in a 5 match ODI series. And won. Not many people this side of the world noticed. Who better than Luke Reynolds to bring you up to speed.
A surreal night for Luke Reynolds at the ‘G – teal as far as the eye could see, West Coast fans disguised as Port supporters, and a post-game performance that left him shaken to the core.