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Max Gay

Max is a sports journalist with a passion for all things football. With a strong interest in politics as well, he is looking forward to making his mark on the journalism industry. Twitter Handle: @MaxGay93

Sport’s vital role in staying mind and body fit

We know sport is intrinsically linked to good health, but what can it do for your brain? Hatch’s Max Gay (pictured above) investigates.

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Socceroos Qualify: A Twitter Story

Hatch reporter Max Gay was at this week’s thrilling AUS vs. HON World Cup qualifier. Here’s his match report – Tweet by Tweet. Here we go @Socceroos!!! @HatchMacleay#Australia#AUSvHON#WorldCup2018pic.twitter.com/WlGtOgTtdR — Max Gay (@MaxGay93) 15 November 2017 Even game to start with,

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Crunch time for the Socceroos

Hatch’s Max Gay reports from tonight’s second leg of the World Cup play-off in Sydney between Australia and Honduras.

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PREVIEW: Socceroos vs. Honduras

Saturday’s World Cup qualifier against Honduras is the first of two matches that could decide the future of the Socceroos.

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Peter Greste: Media freedom fighter

Peter Greste is a journalist who needs no introduction, having worked for some of the most prestigious media organisations, covering big stories in dangerous locations.

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Australia vs. Syria: tackling the history makers

It’s not been an easy World Cup qualifying campaign for Ange Postecoglou’s Socceroos.

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REVIEW: IT – Not Clowning Around

As soon as the first image of Bill Skarsgard’s Pennywise flooded the internet, the hype exploded.

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VIDEO: ABC editor says knowledge still the top journalism skill

Working at the ABC is a career aspiration for many young journalists. So what do we have to do to get our foot in the door at Australia’s national public broadcaster?

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Sydney win over Victory cements championship claims

Sydney’s clean sweep of Big Blue derbies confirmed their status as almost certain premier’s plate winners and the favourite for the A-League championship.

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