After a chaotic weekend of football and weather, Tom Riordan reflects on how quickly fortunes can change in a week.
After a big weekend of footy, Tom Riordan reviews Round 2 and what the results mean for the teams.
This weekend sees Randwick’s prestigious autumn carnival, The Championships, take place with plenty of talent taking part. Bendigo will complement the action in Randwick with solid races.
Tom Riordan has been to the last seven games of footy at the MCG, including all three during round one. He picks out some talking points from the weekend’s entertaining set of matches.
Tom Riordan previews Blue Diamond Stakes day at Caulfield. If you can make a strong case for a runner in the Diamond, he will listen.
Winx is set to rule again in Sydney, while the Blue Diamond Preludes support a group one meeting at Caulfield. Tom Riordan runs his eye over this weekend’s racing.
Crio’s taken leave from his weekly post, handing the reins to son Tom to cover the Valley’s mediocre Chinese New Year meeting and an intriguing nine races at Caulfield on Saturday.
Part two of Tom Riordan’s 2016/17 A-League season preview.
The A-League season is not far away so Tom Riordan begins casting his eyes over the teams for coming season.
Tom Riordan never thought 2016 was going to be the year of the Dog, nor did he think the ‘Roos could go all the way. Thrilled with Saturday’s win, he’s sure that the only way is up for the ‘Dogs.
Tomorrow will mark 41 years since English Test cricket’s first streaker, an incident remembered John Ashdown in The Guardian.
Tom Riordan’s preview of the first week of the A-League finals. He also has a fair idea who’ll win the whole shebang
Tom Riordan, Doggies supporter, breaks his duck at the MCC Members with a beauty.
Tom Riordan on what may occur as a new chapter of Australian cricket begins in the upcoming summer of cricket.
Tom Riordan welcomes with open arms the FFA Cup, which is back for its second edition, and foresees a bright future for the competition.
Nightmares were banished, finals look a certainty, and Crameri kicked seven. Sunday could hardly have been better for Tom Riordan.
Tom Riordan explains how he fell for the doomed Tranmere Rovers.
Yet another rebuild is launched from the Whitten Oval. So while Tom Riordan welcomes the points, he urges caution about getting carried away.
Tom Riordan relives all the excitement of a nerve-shattering, breath-taking Asian Cup Final – with Ange and the new generation triumphing in a pulsating 120 minutes.