We take a look at what the Team Emageo Athletes have been up to on the social media front over the last week.

Ahoy their Muster faithful.

Yes that was a boating reference (not a very good one but one still all the same), which we will get back to shortly.

First off though it’s been a big week for us here at #TeamEmageo with plenty happening on both the tennis court and the cricket pitch.

We had to toss a coin on where to start and it came up: Will Bosisto.

It was like Christmas had come early when this happened during the week.

The patient century was exactly what WA needed to save the game.

Not bad for someone who was promoted from five to open.

It doesn’t matter how you get there (check the below), it still says 100 in the scorebook.


“Resisto from Bosisto” – we wish we had thought of that!

Now back to that boating reference …

Believe it or not it has both a cricket and tennis flavour.

John Peers has been doing some great work over in London flying the Aussie flag at the ATP Finals.

He’s been lapping up the perks of his job all week …

Like taking a boat to work with his bat and ball.

Playing cricket on a boat on the way to work…. doesn’t get much better than that.

But surely the boys could have spent a bit of time brushing up on their dance moves.

(If you could call these moves.)

Good to see the boys getting stuck into the off-court action but of course there was plenty on the court as well.

Here are some highlights from John’s week at the O2.

At times it even got a little feisty.

Check out Peersy’s reaction here after getting tagged (in Australia we call it tubbed!) on a smash.

Deliberate or not? Make up your own mind.


Unfortuantely our man fell agonising short of making the semi finals in the exclusive season ending event but he did have a lot of fun along the way.

Like grabbing fist fulls of cash.

How else do you loosen up for the Finals?

Why not get to know your teammate a little more.


Great start in our first one! A little signing post match @tennisaus @atpworldtour @princesports #finalshowdown

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Yes! My uncle has arrived. 👏🎾#GuestGrammer #JohnPeers #Family #Tennis #ATP #FinalShowdown

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The O2 Arena! Decent atmosphere!! @atpworldtour @princesports #finalshowdown

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As always he had plenty of support from back home and it seems over in London too.

Support not just from the fans but also the local Aussie media.

This is great yarn from our friends at The Age

The Finals bring an end to a groundbreaking year for the big man which will be formally recognised at the John Newcombe Medal on Monday night.

Good luck mate and well deserved.


Such an honour to be nominated for the Newcombe Medal 😊 @tennisaus #newks15

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Meanwhile with Lisa Weightman to run the Houston Marathon next year, she has plenty of reasons to put the hard yards in.

Not only is she looking for make the Rio Olympics but she clearly likes impressing her number one fan.

Our boss is quick to recognise the future.

Mitchell Johnson wrapped up his career after the WACA test match and a couple of our lads didn’t miss the chance to send on their best

And finally we will finish with “Where you’d rather be”.

While it was hard to go past Peersy in London, there’s not much that tops beach, sunset and pizza.

Nice dinner on the beach watching the sun set #cottesloe #pizza #beach #summer #perthisok #westernaustralia @jbrooklyn96

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That’s it from us.

Wishing Casey Dellacqua and John Peers all the best for the Newcombe Medal on Monday night.

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Casey Dellacqua


Ryan Bailie


Olivia Rogowska


Matt Ebden


Lisa Weightman


Kevin Moore


Lisa Corrigan


Jason Behrendorff


Jody Heny


Michael Freiberg


Rhys Mainstone


Will Bosisto


Nicole Bolton


Sam Whiteman


Joel Paris


Josh Nicholas


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