Footy’s biggest stars have well and truly come out to play in the latest edition of Australia’s Sporting Magazine, Inside Sport.
With State of Origin in full swing and with the NRL premiership gearing up for a thrilling second stanza, for our July 2019 issue we were honoured to chat to arguably the best player in rugby league at the moment, Cameron Munster.
In our cover story titled Rocky Road, the brilliant Melbourne Storm playmaker kindly shares his rugby league journey so far - from his earliest days in the game, right up to the present, which has him well and truly entrenched in camp Maroon as the Queenslanders attempt to win the State of Origin shield back.
The almost 25-year-old has learnt some important lessons along the way in footy – and is still learning them. Grab a copy of this month’s mag to hear how he’s changed for the good as a footy player and as a leader at the Melbourne Storm off the field, too.
Elsewhere in our July 2019 issue, our esteemed writer Robert Drane takes a look at ten high-quality veteran players who are still standouts in the AFL. Discount these aging superstars at your peril …
Win or lose, the Aussies have always set tongues wagging at cricket’s World Cup. Robert Drane presents 11 good reasons why.
As women’s football continues its global rise, the excitement surrounding the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup in France is at fever-pitch. If you’re not following all the action from your screens at home, Cassandra Treppiedi and Samantha Lewis present 19 arguments as to why you should be.
Rugby union is supposed to be dying, but what does that actually mean? As Matt Cleary writes, the game they play in heaven has always been about more than Pay-TV deals and sponsorship revenue, anyway.
Rugby league has benefitted from an exciting explosion of Polynesian talent in recent times. According to writer Ramy Haidar, the next question is: when will the Pacific’s rise be felt across coaching and administration?
ALL THIS AND A STACK MORE INSIDE THE JULY 2019 ISSUE OF INSIDE SPORT – ON SALE AT ALL GOOD NEWSAGENTS NOW