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Sandy Manuka was safe for AFL clash: Evans

5 days ago

AFL football operations manager Mark Evans is adamant the controversial Manuka Oval surface was ugly, but not unsafe. The Western Bulldogs’ 27-point win over GWS in Canberra on Saturday was marred by the amount of sand on the field, which last month hosted the Sheffield Shield cricket final. It was not only unsightly, but impacted […]

ACL, A-League equally important: Muscat

5 days ago

The stakes are higher, but Melbourne Victory coach Kevin Muscat says all his players are putting their hands up to push themselves through an arduous schedule this month. The Victory face Guangzhou Evergrande on Tuesday night in a home Asian Champions League (ACL) clash, then host Sydney FC in an elimination final on Friday night. […]

Starc on the attack in Twenty20s

10 Mar 2014

Mitchell Starc says out-and-out aggression is the key to success with both bat and ball in Twenty20 cricket. And the 24-year-old believes his team have plenty of both as they seek to lift the one major prize that has never sat in Cricket Australia’s trophy cabinet. Much has been made of the side’s clean-hitting batting […]

Ryan Harris continues to inspire

9 Mar 2014

Legendary AFL coach Kevin Sheedy used to use footage of inspirational Australian sportsmen and women like Lleyton Hewitt and Betty Cuthbert to motivate his players. Australia’s Twenty20 squad were treated to one better on Wednesday, when they watched hobbled Ryan Harris bowl his side to a thrilling Test series win over South Africa. It was […]

Aussies soak up classic series win

7 Mar 2014

Australian coach Darren Lehmann praised his side’s Test series win over South Africa as the greatest achievement of his coaching career. Home-ground advantage has taken on a life of its own in Test cricket in recent years – in 2013, there were just two victories recorded by touring sides and both came in Zimbabwe. Australia […]

Clarke sorry for Steyn showdown

6 Mar 2014

Michael Clarke has apologised for a heated exchanged with Dale Steyn in the Test series decider, admitting he was “out of line”. The thrilling final day of the three-Test series was played at a high tempo, and tempers finally flared with an hour to go following Vernon Philander’s successful review of his dismissal. Words were […]

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