On the first day of the Brisbane Cricket Test Match, I remember David Sabine. David was a part of the eldership at Wynnum Presbyterian. Before I moved away twenty years ago we’d taken to attending the first day of the Brisbane Test together. The ground looks completely different now. The grandstand we sat in has …

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I’ve left Captain Cook floating around New Zealand (it’s okay, I already know where he’ll be arriving in a couple of weeks) to read Mitchell Johnson’s autobiography, Resilent. There is much to admire about Johnson’s effort to come back from being written off as an international cricketer, a comeback that represented personal growth as much …

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