To meet him, he comes across as ‘just one of the boys’; Luke Reynolds pays tribute to one of his Magpie heroes.
Luke Reynolds mans up and reports on one of his Magpies most disappointing losses. Suddenly the Top 8 is looking like a Crowded House.
Luke Reynolds reviews the recently concluded West Indies v New Zealand Test series, which was of a surprisingly high standard. And he concludes that both teams should be aiming high.
Luke Reynolds samples his first, and last, game of Sunday night footy. At least his kids didn’t ask for cold drinks.
Pomborneit Cricket Club’s Luke Reynolds burns the midnight oil to keep us well-informed of the first Test between the Windies and New Zealand.
Luke Reynolds mans up and reports on a disappointing loss for his Magpies. Are the young Bulldogs finally coming of age?
A dull game gets Luke Reynolds to thinking about the extent of the Melbourne-Collingwood rivalry, and how it even impacted on the selection of the AFL’s Team of the Century. In response he has picked his own team, and is calling for the Percy Beames Bar to be re-named the Dayne Beams Bar. Luke has also picked a superb alternative Team of the Century. [Discussion welcome. Additional suggestions encouraged - Ed]
Luke Reynolds tells us how Colac has been celebrating with Rock Triv – a unique community fund raiser that combines fun, music and fund raising for charities.
Luke Reynolds tells how 3 generations of family travel from Colac to visit the Magpies ‘ancient burial grounds’ at Victoria Park and the MCG.
Luke Reynolds sees red over Daisy wearing navy blue. He reflects on the good times with the former number 13 while enjoying a Pies win over the Blues.
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.