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The 2015 Ashes series are done and dusted but there is still plenty of important cricket to be played between England and Australia in the next fortnight. It all gets underway with a one-off T20 international where the summer all began at Sophia Gardens in Cardiff.
Another round in the National Rugby Championship has passed us by, and we again saw some tremendous running play on show.
Jason Day moved a step closer to his dearest wish to become Australia’s third world number one golfer after Greg Norman and Adam Scott by winning the Barclays at New Jersey by six shots over Swede Henrik Stenson.
Who cares who wins the minor premiership? Who cares who gets the wooden spoon? Who even cares who wins the grand final? Right now, all anyone wants to know is what is going to happen next at Wests Tigers.
Well there it is for another season, and all with a round remaining.
Today’s one-off match against England at Cardiff could appear to be just another throw away T20 match. But, with only just over six months to the World Twenty20, it is a rare chance for Australia to test out their line-up.
The problem for selectors picking their squad to win Rugby World Cup 2015 is rather like trying to solve rubik’s cube, in the dark.
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Bart Cummings takes me back to the days of black and white photographs, afternoon newspapers and listening to the races on the radio as the only means of finding out who won if you weren’t actually at the track.
George North was just 18 when he made his Test debut against South Africa in 2010. By the time Rugby World Cup 2011 came around he’d played eight times for Wales and scored six tries.
One-Test winger Waisake Naholo has surprisingly been named in the 31-man All Blacks squad to defend their Rugby World Cup title in England.
The NSW government is considering a state funeral for legendary trainer Bart Cummings as the racing industry and racing lovers mourn his death.
Fremantle coach Ross Lyon will sit down with his team’s medical staff this week to decide which players to rest for Saturday’s AFL clash with the Power in Adelaide.
Willie Mason’s NRL career could be over, with another shoulder charge from the veteran prop sure to come under scrutiny from the match review panel on Monday.
A 26-year-old, who has fought back from the cricketing wilderness, will make his Australian debut in Monday’s Twenty20 clash with England in Cardiff.
Cups King Bart Cummings died peacefully in his sleep overnight, aged 87.
San Francisco 49ers head coach Jim Tomsula wouldn’t confirm it, but it appears Jarryd Hayne has played his way on to the NFL team.
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England and Australia will warm up for the ODI series with a one-off T20 international at Cardiff as they return to the venue of the opening Ashes 2015 Test. You can follow live scores and a blog of the match from 12:00am AEDT.
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As The Roar ‘s All-Time World XV Draft commenced, it was clear that all the selectors, even the Aussie RobC, were making sure their pack was solid, before chasing wings and centres.
Pool D is dominated by Six Nation sides, with Ireland and France the two standouts.
Since Bart Cummings passed away, there has been a lot written in the press about what was the secret to his success.
With seven teams confirmed for the NRL finals, the battle for that last place in the eight is set to go down to the wire, as well as those for the minor premiership, wooden spoon and fourth place. Eighth place In contention: St George Illawarra Dragons and Manly Sea Eagles St George Illawarra had a […]
Collingwood’s win over Geelong effectively ended the Cats season on Friday night, making it mathematically impossible for them to make the finals and thereby locking in the current top eight.
With only two days left of the transfer window, Arsenal’s sole buy has been goalkeeper Petr Cech for £10million from Premier League rival’s Chelsea.
A 3-0 victory at Liverpool and a 2-0 ambush of Arsenal on the opening day. Who can’t West Ham beat?
As the World Cup approaches, rugby’s haves and have-nots come into stark contrast.
With two rounds of the National Rugby Championship played, players are already putting their hand up – some who we’ve seen in Super Rugby, others we’re not so familiar with.
Trying to pick which NFL team is going to win their conference each year isn’t easy, but history helps us pick some favourites.
I read on an Irish MMA blog that the legendary beserker figure of Irish folklore, Cuchulain, had risen again in the form of the Dublin-based UFC fighter Conor McGregor.
Another full round of games, and the Championship and League Two are starting to fill their top six or seven with the teams that were more or less expected to feature at the sharp end of the table.
Who will fill the gap on the All Blacks’ left side to replace Ma’a Nonu and Sonny Bill Williams next year?
It’s been over five years since Javier Hernandez moved from Mexican side Guadalajara to the big time at Old Trafford. In that time he has won the Premier League and Community Shield twice apiece, the CONCACAF Gold Cup with Mexico and the Club World Cup with Real Madrid.
With four games played, two at home and two away, West Ham’s record produces interesting reading.
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