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Bonding with the Bull Sharks: Tshinta Kendall  

NAME: Tshinta Kendall  

SPORT/CLUB: Bond University Rugby Club  

STUDY/WORK: Digital marketing  

What’s your nickname and how did you get it?  

T- it’s my first initial.

What are you currently streaming?  

Attack on Titan and RuPaul’s Drag Race.

You've got the day off, the weather is perfect and you’ve got money in your pocket. Where would we find you?  

With my family doing something fun - probably fishing or playing cards with my cousins.  

Who inspires you the most?  

Anyone that is trying their best.  

Who is your nemesis?  

Shoelaces, I hate them.  

What’s your superstition? 

That I don’t have a superstition.  

If you could invite three people to a dinner party, who would they be?  

My two nans and Dolly Parton 

And if you’re the chef, what’s on the menu?  

Tim meat curry or curried sausages.  

What is your greatest sporting memory?  

When I used to be able to beat my brother in a foot race.  

Who is your most annoying teammate and why?  

I love all my teammates, they’re all lovely and I feel so lucky to play with each of them. It’s Akira Crocker, I will not elaborate.  

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