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The darlings of the prediction game, Greater Western Sydney appear one of the few finals certainties heading into the 2017 season. Be afraid, sports fans, the long-promised footballing juggernaut is here to lay waste to the AFL.
If Roger Federer wins his next two matches at the Australian Open, he will raise his career record to 18, and become the fourth oldest men’s grand slam champion.
On Monday night, David Warner won back-to-back Allan Border Medals and was named One Day International Player of the Year.
He expects Melbourne Victory to come out fighting, and Sydney FC coach Graham Arnold says winning the battle will be key to winning the Big Blue A-League war.
AFL injury report: how your club is shaping up for the 2017 season.
Newly inducted Hall of Famer Andy Roddick believes Nick Kyrgios could do worse than reach out to Andre Agassi in hope of reigniting his career after a rollercoaster few months.
Mitchell Johnson produced one of the greatest bowling displays ever seen in BBL history to lead the Perth Scorchers to a seven-wicket victory over the Melbourne Stars in Tuesday night’s semi-final at the WACA Ground.
Troubled Brisbane centre James Roberts has reportedly been cleared following an NRL integrity unit investigation into a nightclub incident.
The announcement last week that former greats Andrew Walker and Stephen Larkham would be running out in a Brumbies jersey for the Brisbane Global Rugby Tens was met with surprisingly mixed reactions.
England’s bowling attack is by far the worst among the heavyweight ODI teams while Australia’s is clearly the best. That’s the tale of the statistics after I crunched the numbers on each attack in ODI cricket.
“No. 12 isn’t human,” the Falcons were warned at halftime of the NFC Championship game.
The Perth Scorchers and Melbourne Stars will kick off the BBL06 finals series, meeting for an incredible fifth time in semi-finals across the six seasons.
The home-and-away season might be all done for another year, but our normal serving Big Bash expert tips isn’t going anywhere – yet. After all, the semi-finals is where things start to get interesting.
The summer began with Steve Smith, the undisputed premier Test batsman in the world rankings, being chosen as drinks waiter in the ICC’s Test team of the year.
Tennis Australia is reportedly being investigated by the Australian Securities and Investment Commission (ASIC) over the sale of the current broadcast rights for the Australian Open.
Sydney FC have been the best team in the A-League all season, so why do they continue to play in front of such small crowds?
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The Big Bash has entered the business stage of the competition, beginning with the first semi-final between two familiar foes as the Perth Scorchers host the Melbourne Stars. Join The Roar for live scores and coverage from 7:40pm (AEDT).
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Giant killer Mischa Zverev will look to pull off another stunning upset in the quarter-finals of the Australian Open when he takes on Roger Federer, fresh off a five-set win. Join The Roar for live scores and coverage from 7pm (AEDT).
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Don’t believe the headlines, it’s been a good net week for the Newcastle Knights.
The explosive success of the Big Bash League can be attributed to a number of reasons, but would its success have been driven so high without evergreen veteran Brad Hogg?
If you are anything like me, you’ll getting a little jumpy, with the NRL season looming. Dramas around the Commission, drug charges and poor off-field behaviour will be cleverly ‘managed’ and become secondary to the action once Round 1 kicks off on March 2.
Though it had been a long time coming, Bernie Ecclestone’s demise was swift and definitive, drawing a line under his association with Formula One, encompassing multiple capacities rising six decades.
When discussing the greatest athlete of all time, it all comes down to individual perspective.
The men’s quarter-finals at the Australian Open get underway with what should be an enthralling battle as fourth seed Stan Wawrinka takes on the entertaining Jo-Wilfried Tsonga. Join The Roar for live scores and coverage from around 2:30pm (AEDT).
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In another and hopefully not forlorn attempt to embrace positivity and celebrate football in Australia, I was thinking about some of the language, phrases and words used on the pitch and in general football dialogue.
The St George Illawarra Dragons have officially announced that the man they plan to make their future is Ben Hunt.
It seemed an unnecessarily grand gesture, but the English Premier League discovered last week that Manchester United had appointed its own counterterrorism manager.
Next month’s gruelling four-test campaign in India is not just a chance for the Australians to re-write an ugly recent history in India and the subcontinent.
The St George Illawarra Dragons’ six-million-dollar deal with Ben Hunt is a clear indication of how far behind the eight-ball the team is ahead of the 2017 season.
There are some good players in the India tour squad, but I don’t think the selectors have picked the best team.
The signing of the Broncos Ben Hunt for 2018-2023 leaves lots of questions unanswered for Dragons.
The Sydney Kings’ hopes of making the NBL finals are hanging by the barest of threads, which given their roster, is an absurd reality.
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