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VIRGIN MAGAZINE – TAMING THE WOLF

                          Jordan Belfort says he’s been an entrepreneur ever since he was a child growing up in humble surroundings on Long Island, New York. “I did the paper rounds, performed magic shows and put myself through college,” he recalls. “I got into dental …

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SMH – THE GUIDE – MATT WRIGHT’S AFRICAN CROC ATTACK

By Brad Newsome Nat Geo Wild, 8:30pm This documentary, in which Australian croc catcher Matt Wright (Outback Wrangler) heads to the Congo to try to catch a maneater, turns out to be quite haunting for several reasons. Wright sets off for Africa at the behest of two American adventurers whose guide and close friend was …

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SMH – HENRIQUES SEEKS WINNING HABIT

by Daniel Lane, 3 February 2012 Reassured by selection … Moises Henriques bats for NSW against Western Australia. Photo: Getty Images MOISES HENRIQUES made it clear his selection in the Australian Test squad did not mean he had ”found himself” as a cricketer. The 26-year-old all-rounder, who was earmarked as a Test player in the …

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DAILY TELEGRAPH – MOISES HENRIQUES SET TO BE NAMED IN AUSTRALIA'S SQUAD FOR TOUR OF INDIA

by Malcolm Conn – The Daily Telegraph  – January 31, 2013 NSW all-rounder Moises Henriques is expected to be named in Australia’s squad for the tour of India. Picture: Gregg Porteous Source: The Daily Telegraph MOISES Henriques will today be the big winner from Shane Watson’s decision to give up bowling, with the NSW all-rounder …

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VULTURE MAGAZINE – JOBS TO GET JEALOUS OF – MATT WRIGHT 'CROCODILE WRANGLER'

January 29, 2013 by Claire in Featured, The Vulture When it comes to jobs to be jealous of, we reckon Matt Wright’s cornered the market. After a childhood collecting the kinds of snakes and spiders that would make hardened men cringe, and playing with all sorts of native wildlife around the Australian outback and Papua …

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MATT WRIGHT'S AFRICAN CROC ATTACK PREMIERS TONIGHT ON NAT GEO WILD

  When a massive Nile crocodile kills their friend Hendri, American kayakers Ben and Chris call on Australian crocodile expert Matt Wright to help track down the deadly predator.

THE COURIER MAIL – AUSTRALIAN ONE-DAY ALLROUNDER MOISES HENRIQUES CLEARED OF BROKEN FINGER

Ben Dorries, The Courier-Mail, January 17, 2013   NSW allrounder Moises Henrqiues could miss tomorrow’s one-day international and the Big Bash League final with a hand injury. Picture: Gregg Porteous Source: The Australian MEDICAL scans have cleared new Australian allrounder Moises Henriques of a broken finger after he was hit on the hand during a …

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THE DAILY TELEGRAPH – PATIENCE PAYS OFF AS MOISES HENRIQUES ANSWERS AUSTRALIA'S ODI CALL

Tyson Otto, The Daily Telegraph, January 15, 2013 NSW allrounder Moises Henrqiues at the Sydney Cricket Ground after being selected in the Australian one-day squad. Picture: Gregg Porteous Source: The Australian LIKE his phone bill, Moises Henriques’ return to the ODI team is well overdue. The 25-year-old all-rounder will have spent 1172 days waiting for …

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THE AUSTRALIAN – MOISES HENRIQUES WINS SURPRISE RECALL

From: AAP, January 14, 2013 NSW pair Moises Henriques and Dave Warner join skipper Michael Clarke and Matthew Wade in the Australian squad Source: AFP AUSTRALIA’S selectors have recalled four players including NSW allrounder Moises Henriques to their squad fof the next two one-day internationals against Sri Lanka. Skipper Michael Clarke, opener David Warner and …

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ED COWAN COLUMN – THE AUSTRALIAN

  Hail to a legend IT seemed as if there was no escaping him. When my teammates and I arrived in the dressing room at Bellerive Oval ahead of the recent Test match there, a name tag above a seat read “Ricky Ponting”. It was, however, the space allocated to him by Tasmania, whose dressing …

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DAILY TELEGRAPH – NEW ORDER ALL A BIT HIT AND MYTH, IAN CHAPPELL SAYS

BY Ian Chappell, The Daily Telegraph, December 09, 2012 With Shane Watson back from injury and Phil Hughes in the side, Australia now has four openers, Ian Chappell says. Picture: Daniel Wilkins Source: PerthNow AUSTRALIA’S batting order was compromised by Ricky Ponting agreeing to a demotion and Michael Clarke’s reluctance to move up. With Shane …

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