Monthly Archives: July 2012

Mitchell Starc stars for Yorkshire in Quarter Final

Written on July 27, 2012 at 2:19 pm, by

Well done to Mitchell Starc on taking 3/24 for Yorkshire in the Quarter Final of the Twenty20 County Competition against Worcestershire. Mitchell is still leading the wicket taking tally in the Twenty20 competition – a great achievement considering it has been his first time playing in the UK. Mitchell has now joined the Australian A squad […]

Saroo Brierley signs with Penguin Publishing

Written on July 20, 2012 at 2:18 pm, by

Saroo Brierley has recently signed a global publishing deal with Penguin Publishing. This is fantastic news for Saroo as he can now get his fascinating story out to people all over the world through one of the most reputable & successful publishes in the market. “I am looking forward to publishing a book about my journey […]

Matt Hall’s Latest Blog

Written on July 20, 2012 at 2:17 pm, by

Matt Hall has recently started to post blog updates on his website outlining everything that he has been getting up to lately. To view his latest blog follow the link below:

Manly Surf Series 3 close to finishing Post-Production

Written on July 20, 2012 at 2:17 pm, by

Series 3 for Manly Surf is due to complete post-production in the next 2 weeks and it will be going to air in October. Stay tuned for some more info on what is going to be without doubt the most amazing series we have created thus far.

Steve O’Keefe & Mitchell Starc re-sign with the Sydney Sixers

Written on July 19, 2012 at 2:16 pm, by

Both Steve O’Keefe and Mitchell Starc have re-signed with the reigning KFC Big Bash Champions, the Sydney Sixers. This is fantastic news for the pair and the Sixers as they look to further their success from last year and win consecutive Big Bash titles. “I owe the Sixers a lot. They looked after me last […]

Mitchell Starc in fantastic form

Written on July 16, 2012 at 8:32 am, by

Well done to Mitchell Starc who has had a successful past couple of months with Yorkshire in the English County League. Mitchell took 29 wickets at the impressive average of 16 during his time in the UK, and was the country’s leading wicket taker in the Twenty20 competition with 18 wickets at 10 runs apiece. […]