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While Steve Smith continued his breathtaking rise as an ODI batsman yesterday, Aaron Finch’s form trough deepened.
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Jade North got exactly what he deserved on Saturday night, costing Brisbane Roar an important two points courtesy of an outrageous piece of play-acting.
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One Test series down, one to come for the summer. But as some kind of limited overs intermission, New Zealand had shown up for the Chappell-Hadlee series.
Whether or not he’s the best Toronto Raptor, DeMar DeRozan is basketball’s finest dinosaur.
The difference is crystal clear – Steve Smith’s first priority is what’s best for the team, while Glenn Maxwell’s priority is what’s best for Glenn Maxwell.
Last-placed Wellington Phoenix coach Ernie Merrick has resigned, the A-League club confirmed on Monday.
Despite being charged with not riding out his mount in the Kingston Town Classic, the trainer of Scales of Justice has revealed he has no problem with under-fire jockey Douglas Whyte.
The results are in! Yesterday, we asked you to rate the Wallabies side that took to the field against England, and now we’ve added up the data from all of our responders to bring your our DIY player ratings from the Test.
He’s a cheeky bugger, but Eddie Jones has done a right royal hatchet job on the Wallabies this year.
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Australia gave up some early advantages on Sunday morning (AEDT) and were ultimately outpaced in the second half by a victorious English outfit, finishing with a scoreline of 21-37.
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Australia’s leadership group has controversially handed down a fine to Glenn Maxwell for speaking, but has stopped short of rebuking him for years of batting like a lunatic.
Conor McGregor’s reign as a two-weight UFC champion was fun while it lasted – all 14 days of it.
Boy oh boy, wowee! I hope you like never-ending exclamations of excitement Roarers, because here’s some news that will certainly prompt one – a replacement has been found for the legendary Dennis Commetti on Friday night footy, and it’s Big Boy Brian Taylor!
And so Australia’s rugby union year is over, and not in the most pleasant of fashions, with the Wallabies finishing up 21-37 losers against England at Twickenham.
The Wallabies went down to England 21-37 at Twickenham Stadium in London on Sunday morning (AEDT).
Glenn Maxwell has always been an innovator.
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The end of the year draws nearer and nearer, we are getting closer to the promised land of the NRL season every day.
After the first one-day international between Australia and New Zealand on Sunday, Kane Williamson copped a lot of criticism for not using the decision review system after an LBW appeal from Trent Boult when Steve Smith was only on 14.
With hatred clouding their judgements and incapacitating their ability to see things logically, of course the AFL world doesn’t think Collingwood will play finals in 2017.
After a year to forget for the Wallabies. Played 15, won six and lost nine including four straight loses to England – it would be easy to kick a team while they’re down.
As far as 2017 is concerned, no team intrigues me quite like the Panthers. Few teams had such a tumultuous season this year.
Celtic are in for their last hurrah of the 2016-17 Champions League when they travel to face Manchester City in a dead rubber. Join The Roar for live scores and a blog of the match, starting from 6:45am (AEDT).
Australia and New Zealand go head to head at Manuka Oval in the second of their three-match ODI series. Join The Roar from 2:20pm for our live scores and coverage of the match.
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The first half of the NBL season has flown by and with nothing separating teams on the ladder it’s time to go over how each team has fared over nine rounds of competition.
The Rosbergs have always done things a little differently. Keke Rosberg won just five Grands Prix throughout the course of his Formula One career, yet history recognises his status as a World Champion.
The convincing win against the Wallabies at the weekend has left it very black and white who the best two rugby teams in the world are.
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Chelsea made a big statement with their 3-1 victory at the City of Manchester stadium on Saturday afternoon.
We have heard many times how coaches talk about a ‘horses for courses’ team – a team picked based on certain unique challenges and objectives.
The last week before European competition kicks in again saw some big results.
Momentum is a strange word. For certain sports, it can be hard to define, yet it can also be obvious when one team is in possession of it.
Despite losing their best player in the off season, the Crows had a great season last year and surprised quite a few observers. What’s in store for 2017?
It has been very much a mixed bag for the Wallabies this year, with a slow start, injuries and an unsettled line up for much of the year resulting in six wins from 15 starts. In the battle of the fly-halves, Bernard Foley is three wins from ten starts.
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