Synchromysticism

" Synchromysticism:
The art of realizing meaningful coincidence in the seemingly mundane with mystical or esoteric significance."

- Jake Kotze

March 10, 2013

More Peach Syncs?

David Peachey, one of Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks former greats.
Well, ever since writing this James and the Giant Peach post,  where I talk about my club, the Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks -
My Cronulla-Sutherland life member badge on my key-ring.
James and the Giant Peach Syncs
things have turned pear shaped for the club.
Sharks facing allegations of cap breaches
Emotional day as embattled Sharks kick off season 
The news about the Sharks has been all over the media all weekend, and before, and none of it is good. 
The funny thing is five other clubs are caught in this same scandal, but you don't hear boo about them at the moment.
One of those clubs is the one we are up against today.
So what's going on here?
The NRL would be loving this, as they have wanted us out for years, and have done their best to make us relocate to another town (Gosford), or get out.
If  I had the money I would fly down from Brisbane and be at the game myself, unfortunately not having a job at the moment I can't afford to do that without inducing major financial strain on myself and my family.

David Peachey

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One of the greatest players to ever wear the blue, black and white 
was David Peachey, talking of peach syncs.
At 6 ft 3 in "The Peach" was a giant on the field.
" David Peachey 
(born 21 February 1974 in Dubbo, New South Wales) 
is a former professional rugby league footballer of the 1990s and 2000s. 
An Australian international and New South Wales representative 
fullback, he played the majority of his club football in the
 National Rugby League for the Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks
During his career, Peachey also played for the 
South Sydney Rabbitohs of the NRL and the  
Widnes Vikings in the English League One
Peachey also played representative rugby league for  
Country Origin. He is an Indigenous Australian. "
David Peachey
How deep can this rabbit hole go?
When David left The Sharks he went to the 
South Sydney Rabbitohs 
(Russel Crowe's team).
Hopefully The Sharks don't implode like the shark in the movie 
James and the Giant Peach.
Sharkies finally number #1 after all these years?
Finding this picture on the net, I'll take it that as soon as these hurdles are jumped at the start of the season, this could end up our best season yet ;-)
Or is it just that old 23 curse?
I guess with Cronulla's postcode being 2230 is just one more hurdle we'll have to jump.
Cronulla, New South Wales 
Let's just hope that we haven't  
'jumped the shark' 
as far as the NRL season goes?-)
Fonzie on water skis, in a scene from the Happy Days episode  
Hollywood, Part Three of Three, after literally jumping over a shark
Jumping the shark
Cronulla Theatre and Cronulla Plaza
 Sometimes life is just one bad movie ;-)

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