Monthly Archive: April, 2012

Footy reporting – the sticks to the city

I was lucky enough to enjoy the footy in Melbourne with a media pass. A terrific experience for an aspiring journalist. I document the events and compare reporting on footy in Swan Hill… Continue reading

Closeness creates separation – A unique sporting rivalry

On the eve of rivalry round in the Central Murray Football Netball League, this article covers the unique rivalry between two successful Football and Netball Clubs – Swan Hill and Tyntynder. It is… Continue reading

Instacool

Some people don’t understand the new hipster trend that is Instagram. And some people don’t like it. It is a fun, quirky and simple way to share your life through pictures. For those that… Continue reading

Work in the 21st Century

The article below is extracted and adapted from a recent RMIT University essay written in response to the question, “What is work in the 21st century?”. Work in the 21st century is about… Continue reading

Who is Thomas Dullard?

Welcome to http://www.thomassherlock.wordpress.com I am a 21 year old University student, studying Journalism at RMIT in the City of Melbourne, Australia. I come from a small country town called Swan Hill and am… Continue reading

Entailing Easter – A quick look at what Easter is about.

Easter has many different meanings for many different people. As the Easter weekend for 2012 draws to a close, I take a look at what Easter is about. And find it a perfect… Continue reading

Port Melbourne continue their winning streak

Port Melbourne has created VFL history with a 28-point win over Bendigo Gold at the QEO in Bendigo on Easter Saturday. A final quarter fight back propelled the Borough into the record books,… Continue reading

Manighar wins BMW – Race Call by Thomas Dullard

The Peter Moody trained Manighar has won the BMW Rosehill Stakes and taken out  $1.23 million dollar prize money at Rosehill on Golden Slipper Saturday. Manighar showed his class and preference for the overcast Sydney… Continue reading

Port Melbourne makes VFL history

Port Melbourne has created VFL history by winning their 24th consecutive game. The Borough overcame the newly named Bendigo Gold at the Queen Elizabeth Oval on Saturday afternoon. Port Melbourne coach Gary Ayres… Continue reading

Gillette-ing Dreams come true

In 2011, Gillette Australia tried to find the next summer sports reporter. Thomas Dullard tried his luck – to no avail – with two summer reporting clips as he continues to follow a dream… Continue reading