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Speed to head new cycling board

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Former world cricket boss Malcolm Speed will head Cycling Australia’s overhauled board as the governing body continues to recover from its financial disaster. Australia’s peak cycling body also announced on Tuesday a $2 million recapitalisation loan, featuring $1.5 million from the Australian Sports Commission. The last year has featured a major restructure of Cycling Australia’s […]

Eels ask Spagnolo to stand down

1 day ago

Parramatta District Rugby Leagues Club (PDRL) chairman Roy Spagnolo has been asked to stand down following allegations of bullying, harassment and membership/election tampering in his time at the Eels. The leagues club issued a statement on Monday after a series of allegations had been raised by Fairfax Media. Spagnolo is the current PDRL chairman and […]

FFA Cup: Adelaide City to face Brisbane Strikers in clash of NSL champs

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Former Socceroos great Damian Mori says his Adelaide City side are in the right frame of mind to continue their giant-killing FFA Cup run after their shock win over Asian Champions League semi-finalists Western Sydney Wanderers last month. Tuesday’s Round of 16 action also includes interstate trips for A-League clubs Melbourne Victory and Central Coast […]

Doohan backs Miller to succeed in MotoGP

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Mick Doohan has backed his teenage compatriot Jack Miller’s anticipated jump to MotoGP next year, but says having the right bike will be crucial. The 19-year-old’s star quality has prompted interest from elite series giant Honda and an announcement is expected as early as this week that Miller will line up on an extra bike […]

Caretaker Thompson hopeful of staying at Essendon, but not as an assistant

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Essendon caretaker coach Mark Thompson is hopeful he will stay at the AFL club, tipping an announcement could potentially be made as early as this week. Thompson’s future has been up in the air since he handed over the reins to James Hird at the end of the Bombers’ 2014 campaign. The two-time premiership coach […]

Gerrans and Evans to lead Aussies at worlds

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Cycling star Simon Gerrans will lead Australia’s charge at this month’s road world championships in Ponferrada, Spain. Gerrans, fresh from an historic world tour victory double in Canada, was on Monday named in Cycling Australia’s nine-strong elite men’s team alongside veteran Cadel Evans. Joining him will be three other Orica-GreenEDGE riders, including Michael Matthews, a […]

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