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A Wayne Bennett-led Broncos side is relentlessly hole-punching it’s way to yet another grand final appearance. Seriously, have I overslept backwards to the Howard administration? Is this why I’m hankering for a Powers and some Melrose Place?
The chances of a contest are a little higher than last week in tonight’s Friday night football.
The booing of Adam Goodes is not unquestionable proof of racism, but it is evidence of a societal indifference to racism – which might be even worse.
Adam Voges Test career looks over while Michael Clarke’s continued to slide as Australia again collapsed in the third Ashes Test overnight.
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Rumours of a new Super League War are almost annual these days – and this week we’ve heard them again.
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When Australian tourists take a trip to Croatia, their first calling is the coast. Party islands like Hvar, honeymoon stretches such as Vis and historical centres Dubrovnik and Split dominate itineraries.
I won’t boo Adam Goodes. Not now, not ever.
The national selectors have been decisive and swift to react in this series.
After two hard-fought wins against the Springboks and Argentina, the Wallabies have a real opportunity to win the Rugby Championship in Sydney next week, provided they don’t start believing their own press.
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Though the four teams have spent the week travelling home or preparing to travel away again, here at the Big Questions we don’t get luxuries such as a week off.
Yes, you may have heard, Formula One is going to Azerbaijan. Notwithstanding the pinch of salt with which all new entries on the F1 calendar must be taken, the streets of Baku will be alive with the sound of the world’s biggest motorsport on July 17, 2016.
With only one week to go before Netball World Cup begins, it’s time to give you the low down on exactly what to expect from this veritable feast of netball.
While two successive entertaining Formula One races have reinvigorated grand prix racing, the premier class of open-wheel racing has nothing on its North American cousin in terms of unpredictability and entertainment.
“It never ceases to throw up drama at Edgbaston,” was Ian Healy’s succinct comment last night.
Drivers, horses and the clerk of the course escaped serious injury after a potentially disastrous racing incident in Wagga this afternoon.
Lock Kane Douglas will be available for Wallabies selection after signing a three-year deal with the Queensland Reds.
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A big time Friday night clash awaits us as heavyweights the Hawthorn Hawks look to continue their outstanding mid-season form when they host the Richmond Tigers under lights at the MCG. Join us for live scores and commentary from 7:40pm (AEST).
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England are on the brink of victory against Australia before Day 3 at Edgbaston. Join The Roar for live scores and commentary from 8:00pm AEST.
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It’s that time again. It’s time to see which side is best prepared for the hostilities of Rugby World Cup 2015.
It hurts to be called a racist. It damages your pride in a way that other jibes can’t. As such, being called a racist makes you defensive. You jump straight to excuses, telling the accuser why they are wrong about you.
Aussie-born heavyweight Soa ‘The Hulk’ Palelei (22-4) will be searching for the biggest win of his mixed martial arts career when he takes on Antonio ‘Bigfoot’ Silva (26-7, 1NC) at UFC 190 this Sunday in Brazil.
Kids tend to chop and change when it comes to sport. One year they are playing football and cricket, then the next they are trying basketball and football.
This weekend sees the semi-finals of the 2015 Challenge Cup fought out, with two teams set to leap the last hurdle to the final at Wembley Stadium on Saturday, August 29.
I write this article on picking my pack to play the All Blacks as someone who has long been out of the loop.
Before the Super League begins the Super Eights, we have two juicy semi-finals to look forward to this weekend with Leeds Rhinos to meet St Helens, and Warrington to play Hull KR for a spot in the Challenge Cup final at Wembley Stadium.
Of course, there is only one true winner of the Tour de France, and that is Chris Froome, but there were many other teams and riders who had successful races.
It seems over the past few years, the foreign players in the A-League have dazzled in the world’s greatest sport and made it famous in Australia.
Aside from a few memorable exceptions, the established powers of rugby have generally cruised past all rivals on the way to the final eight at the Rugby World Cup.
Regardless of the result of this current Ashes series, it’s time for the next generation to emerge in Australian Cricket.
Hand’s down, this is the most fascinating Ashes Series for a decade.
It was pleasing to read Western Bulldogs CEO Peter Gordon comment on a possible return to Whitten Oval for use as an AFL ground.
Captaining an international cricket side is just like a game of chess, where even one wrong move can dilute the hard earned dominance in no time.
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