From the expertsThe low down from those in the know
What’s the problem with Todd Carney being photographed hanging out with Schapelle Corby and her sister in Bali? It’s just a few Aussies having a harmless get-together in a foreign land.
Sally Pearson sent an emphatic message to her 100m hurdles rivals at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow – “catch me if you can”
Run-and-carry players are more valuable than ever in modern AFL’s tight defensive structures. Few footballers are more dangerous when offered a skerrick of space than the Brisbane Lions’ Irish jet Pearce Hanley.
For our Super Rugby final preview, we thought it might be useful to present the cold hard stats, given that the Waratahs and Crusaders have both arrived at the last game of the season in great form.
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We all knew that Australia’s track cycling star Anna Meares would be one of the athletes to watch at the Glasgow Commonwealth games.
If you look back at the on-field history of the VFL and AFL, there has usually been at least one team each season that has virtually been noncompetitive.
The grand final of the 2014 Super Rugby competition will take place between the competition leading Waratahs and the in form Crusaders at Allianz Stadium.
Queensland Country have named a 35-man squad for the inaugural season of the National Rugby Championship (NRC).
The NSW Country Eagles have announced a strong 33-man squad for the inaugural National Rugby Championship set to start in August, 2014.
What a turnaround in 10 days! On July 21, Indian supporters were on the top of the world as the national side beat England in the second Test at Lords by 95 runs to lead 1-0 in the Pataudi Trophy.
Fremantle overcame the early loss of skipper Matthew Pavlich to post a gutsy five-point win over Carlton in Thursday night’s AFL clash at Patersons Stadium.
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A refreshed and more highly motivated Dan Carter says the Crusaders are hungry for a Super Rugby final win and has paid NSW Waratahs opposite number Kurtley Beale a big compliment.
To date, without doubt, Hawthorn has been the AFL’s most impressive performer this year.
In the last week Wests Tigers coach Mick Potter has been reduced to the status of a lame duck.
What has happened to me? I used to be as committed to the Commonwealth Games as Brian Taylor is to his moustache, as Robbie Farah is to his own self-esteem.
I haven’t had time this week to prepare any of my regular video analysis in advance of the 2014 Super Rugby final which I was looking forward to as there’s plenty to analyse.
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It’s 3:00am and I’m walking along Copacabana beach. It’s the sort of night that belittles winter as we know it. It’s lukewarm and gentle, and there’s a shorts-and-thongs type breeze flowing across the bay.
“Marc Who?” Really, Fox? You guys as well? That’s a bit ridiculous.
On February 17, my heart broke. News came through that Sam Burgess was to depart at the end of the season and return to the land of tea, the Duchess of Cambridge and Geordie Shore.
The 2014 NRL season has been if not the tightest, then one of the tightest and most unpredictable competitions in recent history.
Now that the NBA Draft and free agency are drawing to a close, rosters for the next season are being finalised. This is not good news for the Oklahoma City Thunder.
In the aftermath of Athletics Australia coach Eric Hollingsworth being sent home from the Glasgow Commonwealth Games, it has me thinking, do athletes and teams need their coach to be nice guys or girls?
Bank managers must be reluctant to give out home loans once they find out you work as an NRL coach.
Why is there an expectation that when a group of high performers get together for a big event like the Commonwealth Games that there has to be a leader?
The NRL is the world’s premier rugby league competition and boasts most of the world’s most talented football players including Jarryd Hayne, Greg Inglis and Johnathan Thurston.
Australia start their preparation for the World Cup by visiting Zimbabwe at the end of August.
Sydney FC has signed Austrian captain and central striker Marc Janko as their marquee player for the 2014-15 A-League season.
Life is made up of experiences. Some memorable, some forgettable. Football has given me many enjoyable times.
With the Superhero Round just a few days away, what better time than now to call upon your team’s heroes to stand up and deliver an almighty blow to their arch nemeses.
News that Fiji are currently bidding to take part in the 2016 NSW Cup, headed by the one and only Petero Civoniceva, coupled with the success of the Papua New Guinea Hunters in their first season in the Queensland Cup poses an interesting question.
It’s time to shine Canberra. Cricket Australia has rewarded your persistence and it’s time to take full advantage.
The Crusaders are chokers. I said it. The men from Canterbury haven’t won a title since 2008, and have bowed out in the finals five times since.
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