Hi, it’s Martin ‘Werewolfie’ Adams, comedy satire sports correspondent at the Greenygrey. Sorry to those tuning in for your second episode of Werewolf of Oz: Fantasy Travel by Google Maps of the week, but an amazing weekend of greenygrey-relevant sport took place this weekend, so the next thrilling installment of your favourite werewolf travels Australia fantasy travel adventure has been rescheduled to Monday.
British and Irish Lions Outpace Wallabies
The weekend started off on the right paw when the British and Irish Lions caught the Australian Wallabies on the hop, winning the third test 41-16 to take the series 2-1.
It was the first Lions series win since 1997, and first in Australia since Marc Latham helped them to another series deciding win in Sydney 1989.
The Lions were more reminiscent of wolves than lions this time in Sydney, as their endurance saw them to victory after the Wallabies courageously fought back from a large opening half-hour deficit. (the Lions are of course known as Wolves in the wolf world, and Wollions in the Greenygrey world).
Then Andy Murray became the first British (thank you Scotland) Wimbledon men’s champion since 1936 on Sunday. While winning the Wimbledon warm-up tournament at Queens Murray wore a kit that has been passed by the Board of Greenygrey Sport as sufficiently greenygrey to be greenygrey.
After winning the Wimbledon title, one of the first things Murray did was to embrace the Greenygrey:
The commentator said that sporting immortality doesn’t come easily. We know that werewolf immortality doesn’t either!