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New Zealand vs Tonga: Rugby league’s finest ever day

New Zealand vs Tonga: Rugby league's finest ever day

5 days ago

Rugby league has turned controversy into a refined art.

The Socceroos should be led by a crack team of 11 legendary Aussie coaches

The Socceroos should be led by a crack team of 11 legendary Aussie coaches

17 Oct 2017

With Ange Postecoglou likely to have said farewell to the national coaching job this time next month, FFA need a change of strategy and philosophy. Forget hiring a replacement from overseas – forget even hiring a football coach!

South American World Cup qualification on pace for spectacular finale

South American World Cup qualification on pace for spectacular finale

10 Oct 2017

We are in the middle of that one week every four years – that one week where the composition of teams for the next World Cup will be 90% locked in.

Mal Meninga must be the next immortal

Mal Meninga must be the next immortal

30 Sep 2017

Congratulations to Cameron Smith for winning his second Dally M medal.

The review system is flawed. Let’s look to rugby for the answer

The review system is flawed. Let's look to rugby for the answer

12 Sep 2017

The current review policy of making referees guess ‘try’ or ‘no-try’ seriously limits the capacity of the bunker and is leading to some genuinely embarrassing calls, while allowing the on-field referees to pass the buck on anything difficult.

Usman Khawaja changes his name to Usman Marsh

Usman Khawaja changes his name to Usman Marsh

29 Mar 2017

In a desperate bid to be noticed by the selectors for a potential Bangladesh series, Usman Khawaja has taken the extraordinary step of changing his surname from the invisible ‘Khawaja’ to the far more prominent and popular ‘Marsh’.