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Joel Creasey Teams Up With Skyy Vodka

Joel Creasey Teams Up With Skyy Vodka Comedian Joel Creasey has joined forces with Skyy Vodka as part of their marriage equality campaign in Australia. The aim of the promotion is to help Australians support marriage equality. The campaign will also feature Skyy Vodka's new smart glass technology, the moment when two...

David Pocock – Wild Ark Ambassador

Rugby Star David Pocock is currently spending six months on a South African nature reserve. Pocock has signed to be Wild Arka's ambassador, which is a foundation set up by Australians Mark and Sophie Hutchinson with the goal of creating education opportunities, eco-tourism and protecting bio-diversity. Pocock has spent time at Pridelands...

Cameron Clark on the Rise

Cameron Clark is on the rise in Australian Rugby. After re-joining the 15 a side game after a stint with the Australian Rugby Sevens side, Clark is making the most of his chances as he has cemented himself a spot on the wing for the Waratahs. Already scoring a try with...

David Pocock partners with Dove Men + Care to break outdated perceptions of masculinity

Dove Men+Care have collaborated with Australian Wallaby David Pocock to break outdated perceptions of masculinity in society and to demonstrate that showing care makes you a stronger person. The ad, titled David Pocock's Journey to Strength, comes after Pocock took a stance against players using homophobic slurs during football games. David is...

Voice of Australian Rugby, Greg Clark available for MC opportunities

  Greg Clark recently attended the Annual Cranbrook Rugby Luncheon as the MC for the event, receiving an outstanding review "The Cranbrook Rugby Club thanks you most sincerely for your wonderful job as MC at our lunch. Your management of the raucous crowd showed your experience and professionalism and your facilitation of...

Positive feedback over Rugby Star David Pococks future plans

“Top bloke and obviously committed to Australia. Nice to see the loyalty that the Brumbies showed to him being repaid. Having a year off will help him freshen up and keep the hunger going into the next world cup” “awesome news, credit to both the Brumbies and David for being...

POCOCK COMMITS TO AUSTRALIAN RUGBY UNTIL 2019

Qantas Wallabies backrower David Pocock will remain in Australian Rugby until at least the 2019 Rugby World Cup, after committing to the Aquis Brumbies and the ARU for the next three years. The 27-year-old will be released from Australian Rugby duties in 2017 to further his studies and personal development, before...

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