July 2015

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This England squad as it stands will never beat the Australians in a test series. Australia has just annihilated England at the home of cricket. Everything clicked just as we’d hoped: Smith, Warner and Rogers with the bat; Johnson and co with the ball. The debutant keeper held his catches on a traditionally difficult wicket to…

Read More Just A Reminder That England Chose Not To Pick Their Best Batsman For This Ashes Series

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Shane Watson has been dropped and, quite predictably, Australia is rejoicing in an entirely unbecoming fashion. This dual Allan Border Medalist and World Cup winner – not to mention former test captain, even if it was just for one game – has seen his entire body of work reduced to a mere punchline. The war on…

Read More Shane Watson And Australia’s Sickening (Yet Entirely Predictable) Schadenfreude

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At the start of each season, our peak sporting bodies launch exhaustive advertising campaigns that aim to win the hearts and minds of you, the Australian sports consumer. In this first instalment, The Public Apology’s Dave Edwards, Alasdair McClintock and Ben Shine look at rugby league’s most notable efforts over the past 20 years to sell the game to…

Read More Judging The Best Rugby League Ad of All Time

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The Public Apology is proud to present ‘The Hill’ – live alternative ball-by-ball commentary of the 2015 Ashes series. TPA’s Sam Perry and Dave Edwards will guide you through the first session (and possibly beyond) for the duration of the Ashes series. We’ll bring some much needed light and colour to the Ashes. We don’t know the…

Read More The Hill: Alt-Commentary for the 2015 Ashes Series