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My 10 most exciting Australians to watch

My 10 most exciting Australians to watch

25 Jun 2015

We are blessed in Australia to have so many world-class sportsmen and women to watch. These are my current top 10:

Josh Jackson bashed with a feather by the NRL judiciary

Josh Jackson bashed with a feather by the NRL judiciary

25 Jun 2015

The rugby and rugby league judiciaries trod different paths with Brumby Henry Speight and Bulldog Josh Jackson, both charged with dangerous throws – a blight on both codes.

Gary Player blasts the US Open course

Gary Player blasts the US Open course

23 Jun 2015

South African Gary Player is a golfing legend, and rarely does he criticise the sport that has been his life. But the 79-year-old has unloaded on Chambers Bay, the course for the 115th US Open.

Brumbies win sees South Africans miss semis for first time in a decade

Brumbies win sees South Africans miss semis for first time in a decade

22 Jun 2015

Joe Tomane’s hat-trick of tries in the first 25 minutes set up the Brumbies’ crushing 39-19 win over the Stormers at Newlands, and a semi-final meeting against the table-topping Hurricanes at Wellington next Saturday night.

It wasn’t Jason’s day at the US Open – Jordan Spieth wins

It wasn't Jason's day at the US Open - Jordan Spieth wins

22 Jun 2015

Jason Day’s courageous bid to win the US Open fell by the wayside thanks to a cold putter, as Jordan Spieth took command to win back-to-back majors when Dustin Johnson three-putted the last.

C’mon Manly, Tooves deserves better

C'mon Manly, Tooves deserves better

20 Jun 2015

It’s high time Manly’s chairman Scott Penn showed Geoff Toovey the same loyalty Toovey has shown his career-long club as player and coach, especially after Manly’s 30-20 win over the Tigers at Brookvale last night to climb off the bottom of the NRL table.

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