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“The circus comes to town and then leaves.” So said Scott Munn, the chief executive of the club then known as Melbourne Heart, more than three years ago.
Australian cricket history was made in Dubai yesterday with Mitch Marsh debuting in the baggy green.
How many people really know what went on at Essendon through the supplements saga? Millions, apparently!
A few weeks ago we looked at how I reckon this year’s finalists will go next year.
Mitch Marsh and Steve O’Keefe made solid yet unremarkable debuts yesterday as Australia bowled admirably but without fortune on day one of the first Test against Pakistan.
It’s one of the more interesting discussions generated since Jarryd Hayne’s startling announcement last week. How much does America’s most popular sport care about its Australian audience?
Chris Froome did not attend the presentation of the 2015 Tour de France route on Wednesday in Paris, choosing to forego the event in favour of a Team Sky get-together.
As the fallout continues from Jules Bianchi’s life-threatening crash at the Japanese Grand Prix, calls are increasing for Formula One’s governing body to consider closed-cockpits as part of increased safety developments.
This year’s trio of Grand Tours provided us with plenty of highlights and drama, but one image in particular keeps coming back to me.
Michael Cheika will not make the same fundamental mistake Ewen McKenzie made when he rated the Wallabies a business.
The Essendon players facing potential anti-doping charges want to go before an AFL tribunal as soon as possible.
Admitting the buck stops with him, ARU chief Bill Pulver strongly denies Australian rugby is “a complete mess”.
Cronulla Sharks boss Steve Noyce has been let go by the NRL club in a management restructure.
Senior Essendon official Neil Craig is adamant that James Hird will be their AFL senior coach next season.
Someone told me there’s a Four Nations rugby league Test series starting this weekend. Fair dinkum?
Ignoring what happened after fulltime in the third Bledisloe Cup match between the Wallabies and All Blacks, it was a pretty good night for the Wallabies.
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It’s hard to fully comprehend the magnitude of what has occurred in Australian Rugby in the last few weeks, but I’m glad to see that the Wallabies once more have a coach.
Royal Descent will have to follow in the footsteps of Pinker Pinker if she is to hand Chris Waller his first Cox Plate on Saturday.
Combat sports are a game of weight classes. They are the real-life interpretation of the ‘pick on someone your own size’ school of thought.
An on-fire Andy Keogh, a pulsating Sydney derby and an unbeaten Adelaide United and Melbourne Victory. Round 2 of the A-League delivered big-time and there is more to come this weekend.
The Four Nations kicks off this Saturday, October 25th at Suncorp Stadium Brisbane, and will be contested between Australia, England, New Zealand and Samoa.
Almost a year ago, I chronicled the journey of two young scrum-halves and their attempts to further their careers.
The events we have watched unfold since that fateful plane trip to Argentina three weeks ago will be remembered as a shameful chapter in Australian rugby history.
Think back on your glory days as a sportsman. It might be 30 years ago, or it might be just last week. The glorious moments are what we remember.
A week after the the goals, the amazing crowd scenes, the noise, and the controversy of the latest instalment of the all-Sydney clash, the focus shifts to Melbourne for the southern state’s derby.
MATCH RESULT: It is the result we were expecting, but painful all the same for those at Anfield. Cristiano Ronaldo opened the scoring and thereby secured Real Madrid’s first ever goal against .
It’s become almost a ritual among MMA fighters to call out the candid Brit known as Michael ‘The Count’ Bisping.
A recent opinion piece referred to the Kangaroos squad as the ‘Kangablues’ due to the number of NSW players named in the Four Nations opener.
David Villa and the City Group have made a mockery of the A-League and everything Australian football has built over the last 10 years.
I’m writing against the grain of popular opinion; I think that Ben Williams got it spot on in sending off Sydney FC defender Nikola Petković in the FFA Cup quarter final against Adelaide.
In 2013, after the 36-man training camp in Newlands, Heyneke Meyer made a presentation in which he claimed South Africa were languishing behind their Rugby Championship rivals in the breakdown.
Some say the Cox Plate is the race where legends are made, others say it’s the best two minutes in Australian sport, not just Australian horse racing.
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