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Who will be the rookie of the year and does it actually mean anything?

Overture, curtains, lights! Roll out the red carpet, let down your top-knot and precariously apply the double-sided tape, because the NRL’s awards season is fast approaching.

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20 days to go: The Roar counts down to the Rugby World Cup

After New Zealand demolished Italy at the very first World Cup match in 1987, the tournament needed a boost. It came in very next game, as Scotland and France played out the first classic encounter in the tournament’s history with a 20-all draw that had everything.

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The highs and lows of Round 25 rugby league

Sport can be so exhilarating and so devastating, as Anthony Milford and Geoff Toovey found out to kick-off the NRL’s penultimate round.

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To win the World Cup, Wallaby locks need to learn to tackle

It is often said that defence wins big games. The fact of the matter is that a whole combination of factors wins big games, but defence is certainly a crucial component.

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21 days to go: The Roar counts down to the Rugby World Cup

David Dadunashvili became the youngest hooker in Rugby World Cup history at 21 years and 270 days when he replaced Akvsenti Giorgadze in Georgia’s starting line up against South Africa in 2003.

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Brownlow, Brownlow on the wall, who’s the fairest of them all?

It clearly didn’t sit well with the AFL community that three relatively minor incidents could cost someone the Brownlow Medal.

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Gallen denies swearing at kid

Cronulla captain Paul Gallen has angrily denied swearing at a 10-year-old after an NRL game three weeks ago and has welcomed his club’s promise to investigate the incident.

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He may be lighting it up for the San Francisco 49ers, but Jarryd Hayne admits he doesn’t really feel like he belongs in the NFL yet.

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Bad news keeps coming for South Sydney’s shaky NRL title defence with X-rays showing John Sutton has a broken leg and hooker Issac Luke accepting a two-match ban.

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Gifted back Kurtley Beale concedes it will be very difficult for him to regain a starting spot in the Wallabies’ side for the World Cup, but is excited by that challenge.

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The owners of Brisbane Roar have been given a reprieve by Football Federation Australia – but they will lose control of the embattled A-League club if its financial problems are not immediately addressed.

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FFA’s ownership model is in the balance

Brisbane Roar’s ownership is “in the balance” according to FFA chief executive David Gallop, and today the Bakrie Group may finally find themselves stripped of their A-League license. Yet even though FFA’s intervention would bring a welcome end to the farce in Queensland, it could pose problems for future investment.

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Don’t let laziness keep you from loving women’s sport

Why do I know so little about women’s sport? It’s an interesting question, with quite an uninteresting answer, that being: I’m lazy.

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Wallabies experimentation to continue in Chicago

The Wallabies leave for the United States on Saturday, where they will bunk down for a two-week camp at the famed University of Notre Dame, Indiana, either side of the Test against the US.

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Honesty a fading concept in AFL charade game

Does the constant moralising by AFL bosses and the unfair expectations placed on players and clubs by the wider football community encourage truthful dialogue? I don’t think that it does.

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Australia vs England ODI series looks unpredictable

Australia are comfortably the best ODI side in the world, having stormed to a World Cup win just months ago. England, meanwhile, are a perennially poor 50-over outfit and were a laughing stock at that tournament.

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Joel Selwood of the Geelong Cats

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Bernie Ecclestone

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Wallabies player David Pocock takes the ball forward. AAP Image/Dave Hunt

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Robbie Farah leaves the field after dislocating his elbow

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Jockey Glynn Schofield on Boban

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Australian bowler Nathan Lyon

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Moses Mbye of the Bulldogs celebrates

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Green and Gold's Reg Roberts presents Melbourne Rising captain Scott Fuglistaller with the Horan-Little Shield

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Tottenham Hotspur vs Everton: EPL live scores, blog

Tottenham Hotspur will seek their first win of the Premier League season as they face inconsistent Everton at White Hart Lane on Sunday morning from 2:30am AEST.

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Chelsea vs Crystal Palace: EPL live scores

By Isaac Nowroozi, 29 Aug 2015
Chelsea vs Crystal Palace: EPL live scores

A struggling Chelsea will be desperate for another win when they host Crystal Palace, who have had a dream start to their English Premier League campaign. Join The Roar from 12 midnight (AEST) for live scores of this clash.

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Manchester City vs Watford: EPL live scores

By Isaac Nowroozi, 29 Aug 2015
Manchester City vs Watford: EPL live scores

Manchester City are looking to make it four Premier League wins in four games when they host league newcomers Watford. Join The Roar from 12 midnight (AEST) for live scores of this fixture.

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Leeds Rhinos vs Hull KR: Challenge Cup final live scores, blog

English rugby league’s most important game comes to Wembley for the Challenge Cup final where Leeds Rhinos take on Hull KR. Will the Rhinos defend the Cup they won last year or can the Robins upset the odds after a 30-year wait? Join The Roar from 11:30pm (AEST) to find out.

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La Vuelta a Espana 2015: Stage 8 live race updates, blog

After the first summit finish of the 2015 la Vuelta a Espana yesterday, Stage 8 sees the riders go on a course designed for the puncheurs, 182.5km from Puebla de Done Fadrique to Murcia. Join The Roar from 11:15pm (AEST) for live race updates.

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Storm slug out win to heap pressure on Cowboys

By Andrew Konstantinidis, 29 Aug 2015 Popular article! Video
Storm slug out win to heap pressure on Cowboys

Match result: FULL TIME – Storm 14 Cowboys 6 In a match that showed extraordinary defence by both sides and the superb kicking skills of both teams halves, the Storm slugged out a 14-6 win in wet weather conditions. First points were earned by the Storm who elected to go for two points after an […]

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2015 Rugby World Cup: Pool B preview

Without doubt the weakest of all the groups, South Africa should breeze through Pool B untroubled.

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Steven Motlop, The Clash, and a bit of Sam Smith

Steven Motlop loves his music. Perhaps, as the Geelong Cats approach the final match of their season, he’s particularly fond of the 1970/80s English rock band, The Clash.

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The NFL versus AFL international experiment

I find the Jarryd Hayne story fascinating, as I do whenever an Aussie reaches the pinnacle of any sport. From Daniel Ricciardo, Matthew Dellavedova to Jason Day and now Jarryd, I mind myself watching a sport that I may otherwise have little interest in.

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Past the Post: Caulfield and Rosehill wrap

Ahoy Roarers! Hopefully you’ve all enjoyed the winter spell, but now we have to get stuck into the spring, and it all started on Saturday at Caulfield with the Group 1 Memsie Stakes (1400m).

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Boks won’t bury All Blacks under mountain of caps

Heyneke Meyer has put his faith in experienced players he can trust, and I hope he gets what he prays for.

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La Vuelta a Espana: Stage 9 preview

By Brendon Vella, Today
La Vuelta a Espana: Stage 9 preview

The riders will be thrilled that the first 120 kilometres of today’s stage is pan flat. They may not be so happy with what comes afterwards. Stage 9 of La Vuelta a Espana once again provides a hilltop finish, the hardest one to date thus far.

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English Premier League power rankings: Week 3

What better way to spend Saturday, in the lead up to another week of the English Premier League, than taking a look at the power rankings for last week.

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The beginning of the end for the Geelong Cats

As the saying goes, “all good things must come to an end”.

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The Adelaide Crows are a serious finals threat

The Adelaide Crows have always been around the finals mark over the last few years, just missing out on September football. But this year, it’s a different story.

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I was recently in Donegal, Ireland, at a family gathering. While there I visited the town of Ramelton with my uncle Joe, which is the birthplace of rugby player David Gallaher.

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Sunderland manager Paolo di Cano celebrates with his team.

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Brendan Rodgers will look to further implement his possession-based philosophy at Liverpool.

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Mesut Ozil Arsenal

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Kane Mitchell of the Power

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Kamdyn McIntosh of the Tigers celebrates a goal

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The Tour of Spain continues today with Stage 8 travelling from Puebla de Don Fadrique to Murcia. (AFP PHOTO/ JOSE JORDAN).

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Kurt Gidley gets to the ball ahead Josh Reynolds (R)

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Dissident (R) rides to victory in the Group One Makybe Diva Stakes

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