Author Archives: Jack Kearney

Rugby Struggling to Convert in the West

It’s less than a week since the Wallabies defeated Ireland in a closely contested fixture in Brisbane, but while Rugby Union fans nationwide celebrate, one major Australian precinct remains disconnected from the action. Over the past few decades, Western Sydney has been home to vast demographic and socioeconomic change and though many agree that change has helped to grow and

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A short story, by Jack Kearney. Tom Roddy sits with his legs along the embankment and his mind in a muddle. He is thirty three; as old as he’s been. The cold energy of still water rides up the concrete slope and hits him hard across the face. A beautiful face, so he has been told. So he is told.

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