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Souths' daunting back-to-back task

4 days ago

Having ended one of rugby league’s longest droughts by lifting the Provan-Summons trophy last October, South Sydney are aiming to demolish another long-standing hoodoo by going back to back. In claiming the club’s 21st title in 2014 Souths gave their fans a taste of success they waited 43 years for. And they’ve picked up where […]

Marshall, Dugan shine in Dragons' win over Warrington

22 Feb 2015

Warrington coach Tony Smith has been left fuming over a coathanger tackle which went unpunished as St George Illawarra earned a gritty six-point victory in a spiteful opening to the World Club Series. A sublime kicking performance from Dragons No.7 Benji Marshall, who laid on a try in each half in an encouraging display from […]

Carney: My NRL grudges will motivate me

19 Nov 2014

Todd Carney has come to terms with the fact his NRL career is over, declaring his new home at the Catalans Dragons will be his last. While his swift dismissal from the NRL still irks the exiled rugby league star, the troubled genius hopes it has led him to the club where he can finish […]

We're not tankers, say beaten Boomers

5 Sep 2014

The Boomers have rejected suggestions their shock loss to Angola at the basketball World Cup was a tank job to avoid a quarter-final showdown with Team USA. Australia, chasing a fourth straight victory for the first time in their World Cup history, were downed 91-83 by Africa’s No.1-ranked team on Thursday after fielding a second-string […]

Brett Lee breaks Shane Warne's hand

6 Jul 2014

So much for taking it easy on a mate. Brett Lee, representing the Marylebone Cricket Club against the Rest of the World team, may owe Shane Warne a glass or two of red wine after breaking the most famous hand in Australian cricket history. “I haven’t seen Binga (Lee) for a while so it was […]

We aren't weak against spin, say Aussies

2 Apr 2014

Australia remain adamant that top order is not vulnerable to spin bowling despite glaring statistics from the World Twenty20 that highlight their weakness. Australia were bounced out of the tournament in feeble fashion following losses to Pakistan, West Indies and India, suffering spin-triggered collapses in all three defeats. But in the wake of the 73-run […]

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