After six years of tertiary education and numerous part-time positions within sport and recreation, Daniel secured an ideal full time role within local government in November 2010.
Away from work, Daniel has 18 years of cricket experience under his belt and has coached and served on committees at numerous clubs. He also plays baseball in winter and is again a member of the club committee.
Sport and recreation is an obvious interest for Daniel and his articles reflect that, especially his knowledge of cricket and football.
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The NHL has always been renowned for its on-ice fights, which in all honesty, are quite often the best fights you'll see in a sporting contest. Yesterday though, things went a step further than usual when a series of one-on-one's threatened to brake out into a wild brawl before the match had even started... Enjoy the video below!
As seen in the video, the New York Rangers and New Jersey Devils took exception to each other before the opening face-off in the latest match in a fiery series, as three separate fights broke out simultaneously.
Stadium staff were left to clean the blood off the rink after at least one player came off a little worse for wear.
The Rangers eventually won the match 4-2 and probably won the fight too.
Image courtesy of News 1 (Capital Bay)