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For the past two weeks I’ve been wondering why Ewen McKenzie has announced his starting Wallaby XV and reserves a couple of days before he needed to do so.
Sixteen-year-old Dutchman Max Verstappen isn’t old enough to hold a driver’s license in most countries, yet he will soon be on the Formula One grid with Scuderia Toro Rosso.
We are now at the business end of proceedings for season 2014 and with three rounds remaining we have a pretty good idea who is going to make the eight and who will miss out.
When Ewen McKenzie took over from Robbie Deans as Wallabies coach in August last year, he made it crystal clear from the beginning it was ‘his way, or the highway’.
It was perhaps the most bizarre whinge by an AFL coach this season.
Home advantage has always played a big part in cricket, as it probably has in all international sports. But these days it makes a huge difference in Test cricket.
The last man to lead Australia to Eden Park success, 28 long years ago, says the Wallabies must be prepared for All Black perfection on Saturday.
Five Cronulla players issued with show-cause notices by ASADA have until Friday to decide whether to accept ban proposals from the anti-doping authority.
Mike Hussey rates Australia a great chance of winning the World Cup on home soil next year.
Western Sydney’s remarkable victory over Asian juggernauts Guangzhou Evergrande has has been overshadowed by a furious tirade from World Cup-winning coach Marcello Lippi.
Central Coast coach Phil Moss on Wednesday backed a move for an A-League team to be based in Wollongong, after a crowd of more than 5000 made the trip to WIN Stadium to watch his Mariners defeat South Coast Wolves 1-0 in the FFA Cup.
Seventeen past and present Cronulla players have reportedly been issued with show-cause notices over the NRL club’s 2011 supplements program.
The opening round of the English Premier League kicked off on the weekend and the world’s most watched football competition did not disappoint, delivering some big results along with plenty of great goals.
Life has been so busy lately that I’ve only been able to watch the first Bledisloe Cup match this afternoon.
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Star Rolling won the big race at Caulfield last Saturday at the nice price of $10. Most experts forgot to tell you he was among the chances. Were there signs?
The National Rugby Championship kicks off in Brisbane tomorrow night, and there are players all around the country starting to get feelings of déjà vu.
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The Demons have asked for a priority pick at this year’s draft, but the AFL should consider the bigger picture before granting such a wish.
In the aftermath of the first round of the Rugby Championship I couldn’t help but notice a lot of talk surrounding the performances of Kieran Read and Wycliff Palu.
The year 1980 was a year in football that has reverberated massively right through to this day.
To say Fuifui Moimoi is a cult figure at the Eels is an understatement.
On August 20, Manchester United announced their fourth signing of the summer, with Sporting Lisbon defender Marcos Rojo joining the Red Devils on a deal estimated to be worth around $28.6 million.
On Tuesday the rugby league community celebrated the 2014 NRL-RLPA Academic Team of the Year.
Socceroos captain Mile Jedinak’s latest challenge is leading his club team, Crystal Palace, to safety once more.
Saturday’s racing in the San Domenico Stakes and the Vain Stakes, among others, unearthed a few more runners that we should keep an eye on this Spring.
To Erin Molan, a piece of advice – haters gonna hate. But that doesn’t make this situation any easier.
If Bledisloe One was seen as the first date, the Wallabies passed with flying colours.
A countless number of suggestions have been thrown around by a number of media personalities about the best way to improve rugby league’s standing on the international scene.
When Lance Franklin signed with the Sydney Swans, it sent shock waves throughout the AFL.
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For fans of the English Premier League, not even a brilliant World Cup in Brazil could make the off-season any less painful a wait.
“How is Fyfe’s behind-the-play-but-not-that-far-behind-the-play elbow worth the same as Conca’s the-play-wasn’t-even-on-the-same-planet elbow on an unassuming Giant?” is the latest in a series of head scratchers coming from the AFL and its Match Review Panel thus far in Season 2014.
There were two memorable moments in the match for me. The first was when the game was finished.
This week delivers another gripping match as old foes as Hawthorn and Geelong reacquaint themselves in the quest for a top-two spot and home ground advantage come finals time.
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