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ANOTHER Folau, more refereeing blunders and Josh Reynolds facing the axe. They all get a run in Phil Rothfield’s wrap of the weekend’s sport.
HE HAD booze on the brain during the World Cup commentary, but we’re here to send a warning to the Australian cricket team.
FANS had to sit through no less than 77 advertisements on Channel Nine’s delayed telecast of the Bulldogs-Tigers golden point thriller on Friday.
WE ASKED three stay-at-home Aussie parents to take us through their daily lives and help clear up some of the misconceptions about stay-at-home Mums and Dads.