Meg Lanning at the Albert Ground (photo: Davis Harrigan)
No longer will
the Channel Nine commentary box be an exclusive “boys club” this summer; at least, not for part of the season anyway.
Meg Lanning, Southern Stars and Victoria Spirit captain, might be 22, but she’s made so many inroads on the field that her recognition has skyrocketed.
Continue reading Cricket: Ryan Harris and Meg Lanning in the commentary box: fresh voices a welcome change
Hannah Willmott (LTU) & her RMIT opponent at SUG 2014 (photo: Davis Harrigan)
At the end of August, Beyond Realisation hits its second birthday.
It does not feel like two years since I began writing on this blog, focusing on issues and discussions beyond the general reviews and previews. On top of that, 20,500 views might not seem like a lot either, but it’s the culmination of hard work and passion.
Continue reading Beyond Realisation is turning two, and still going
Melbourne‘s sporting precinct, November 2013 (photo mine)
sport evolves, and so does the coverage.
Athletes are subjected even more to the tiniest little misdoings or events they attend – there is no hiding from the media. In turn, the intrusion can sometimes be too much.
Continue reading Beyond Realisation in 2014: What you will see
Meg Lanning playing for Box Hill & Ellyse Perry for Australia (left photo mine)
On Day 4 of the
Boxing Day test, high profile Southern Stars cricketers (the Australian women’s team) were guests on The Cricket Show, Channel 9’s lunch break segment. The two players were opening batsman and vice-captain Meg Lanning, and dual international Ellyse Perry.
Continue reading Cricket: The Ashes: Is it me, or did The Cricket Show go to a new low?