Sean Curtain may be laughing at the English cricketers, but the Essendon drugs scandal and the incompetent AFL leadership is no laughing matter. Heads must roll.
Sean Curtain eavesdrops on the English team meeting. We are as good as the Aussies, apart from……………….
Sean Curtain’s title is self evident. Need we say more?
Sean “Faded” (the forgotten) Curtain’s passing the baton of cricketing achievement from father to son.
First Test review: I looked out over the Gabba, and what did I see? (This is what you want, this is what you get)
Sean Curtain marks the card of the Australian team from the Gabba Test. 3 Distinctions; 3 Credits; 1 Pass (Sidds); 3 Must Try Harders; and 1 Dohhhhhh. Let us know if you agree with Sean’s assessment.
We may have turned it on for Day 2, but it’s cost us a cracker of a piece from Sean Curtain. This is a pretty good substitute, mind you.
Sean Curtain has been to the mountain top, and he shares his vision of Australian cricket’s imminent future. You get to choose between the penthouse option and the basement slum view.
Sean Curtain shows why he’s over-qualified to be an Australian selector, with this common sense review of the Shield season to date, and the lead-up to the First Test starting the day after the Almanac Book Launch in Brisbane this Wednesday. Thanks to all at Cricket Australia for working around the Big Event with their 3 day slap and tickle.
Sean Curtain runs his eyes over the spring form. Quick runners, slow turners and fast colts. And he wasn’t even at Flemington.
What to make of Australia’s bid to regain the Ashes after the completion of the first round of ‘red ball’ cricket and the culmination of the Indian one-day tour? Sean Curtain assesses the form of the contenders.
A review of the 2013 Best and Fairest results (so far): an insight into game plans, what the coaches look for and backmen winning awards (?!)
It’s AFL Best and Fairest season, with all but the WA results now in. Sean Curtain gives his take on each of the clubs – what do you reckon? And who do you think will take out the remaining two?
Our Noosa correspondent Sean Curtain surveys Grand Final week from the Sunshine State. His Hawk offspring found it Grand Final one day, perfect the next.
Players, by the handcuff gesture, are not endorsing the crime, just recognising the person. They are not making a comment about their guilt or innocence, but are showing them that they aren’t forgotten. What’s wrong with that?
11 random observations from the first week of the finals: No dwarves were harmed in the making of this article
It is great to have the footy back. Not a peptide to be seen, no interviews at Stephen Dank’s house (why does he lock a little gate we can all step over?), and people talking about, (I don’t know, crazy idea here), THE GAME! (And Sean has given us plenty to talk about here – Ed.)
My extra, personal and vindictive motivation for a Tigers win (warning: may contain nudity and adult themes)
There are so many reasons to be cheering the Tigers on this weekend. Sean Curtain’s boasts the great Australian pastime of seeing someone you really care about make a complete public galah of himself. Go Tiges!
Sean Curtain says the Geelong song is bland, plain and uninteresting. (Who cares what he thinks, he barracks for Richmond – Ed.)
There may be much to dislike about England at the moment, but there was also much to dislike about Australia when it dominated the world, writes Sean Curtain.
Last week Sean Curtain called for items that had bought the game into disrepute. Now, here’s his starting list of what is great in the modern game, what should be treasured and what has bought the game into…repute (?)
Who plays tomorrow night? Who knows. Sean Curtain looks at the ins and outs of the ins and outs.
Staunch Tiger (and former Blue!) Sean Curtain finds comfort in the fact his team will play finals but is concerned that efforts like Saturday’s will make it a short stay. How they beat the Hawks in the rain seems a mystery.