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Matthew Wade, Cricket Australia, Test cricket, Australia v Pakistan, Sheffield Shield

Preparing for his first home Test since January 2017, Matthew Wade heads into the clash with Pakistan at the Gabba in a clear state of mind.


Grimsby manager Michael Jolley sacked after explicit rant at journalists

Grimsby manager Michael Jolley was sacked after an explicit rant at two journalists, it has been revealed.


‘Appalling comments’: Prime Minister slams inflammatory Folau

Sacked Wallabies rugby star Israel Folau sparked outrage by suggesting destructive bushfires and drought ravaging Australia were “God’s judgment” for the legalisation of same-sex marriage and abortion.


Now even his allies are turning on him... Not even Alan Jones can defend Israel Folau’s latest comments

Israel Folau is so on the nose after his latest sermon, even one of his staunchest allies is turning on him.


Cameron Smith’s future is still undecided. A chat over a game of golf could settle it

Melbourne skipper Cameron Smith has recovered from the Storm’s disappointing finals exit to set himself for a 19th NRL season.


‘I belong there’: Why the big three are looking over their shoulders

Rafael Nadal will end the year as the world’s top-ranked player and the “big three” retained their stranglehold on the Grand Slam titles, but when Stefanos Tsitsipas was crowned ATP Finals champion it felt like a watershed moment.


Australian rugby international called off... because of measles

Australia A’s opening game at the Oceania Rugby Women’s Championships has been called off due to an outbreak of measles in Fiji.


Tom Brady didn’t throw a touchdown, but Julian Edelman did as New England won again

Julian Edelman threw a go-ahead 15-yard touchdown pass to Phillip Dorsett and the New England Patriots rallied for a 17-10 victory over the Philadelphia Eagles.


Ferrari chief points the finger after ‘silly’ Brazilian blunder

Ferrari teammates Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc faced the wrath of team chief Mattia Binotto after their self-inflicted collision and double retirement in Sunday’s Brazilian Grand Prix.


Brisbane Roar and Melbourne City serve up A-League classic, Newcastle complete Jair signing: Round 6 snapshot

Round six of the A-League was cut a game short, but it didn’t fail to disappoint across the board.


Not about the size of the dog: Cook Islands beat USA to earn RLWC spot

The Cook Islands may only have a population of 17,000, but their rugby league side showed that it’s not about the size of the dog in the fight as they overcame America to book their place at the 2021 World Cup.


Port Adelaide has made a bold draft call. It will help them secure a son of a gun

Port Adelaide has made a bold decision to hand over their 2020 first round pick to gain an extra selection at next week’s national draft.


St Kilda star Dan Hannebery is confident latest injury won’t impact his 2020 campaign

Luckless St Kilda star Dan Hannebery is confident his latest injury setback won’t impact his 2020 campaign and is eyeing a return before Christmas.


Ellyse Perry sidelined after nasty shoulder injury

Australia star Ellyse Perry is set to be sidelined for the remainder of the WBBL home and away season after suffering a shoulder injury on Sunday.


Opinion: The only thing farcical about RTS winning the Golden Boot is Australia’s reaction

OPINION: So, my colleague Mark St John reckons the Golden Boot award has descended into farce after James Tedesco lost out to Roger Tuivasa-Sheck.


Wallabies star: I was just ‘having a laugh’ about defecting to Fiji

Wallabies vice-captain Samu Kerevi says he is not serious about switching allegiance to his native Fiji and is disappointed that his comments were “taken out of context.”


Barry Hall ‘had about 400 beers’ post-fight ... but none were with an ‘insincere’ Paul Gallen

Barry Hall is kicking himself for missing a golden opportunity against Paul Gallen, revealing the biggest mistake he made as their Code War ended in a draw.


Wallabies great Phil Kearns isn’t angry at ‘brainwashed’ Israel Folau — he just feels sorry for him

Instead of getting angry, Wallabies legend Phil Kearns says he now just feels sorry for Israel Folau and is concerned about his mental wellbeing following his controversial bushfire comments.


Suspended James Pattinson to return home following alleged slur

Fast bowler James Pattinson will spend the next few days at home in Victoria after his suspension from Australia’s first Test against Pakistan.


Liz Cambage ejected as Aussie Opals fall to Japan in feisty battle

The Australian Opals have finished second in their Olympic pre-qualifying group after going down 82-69 to Japan following Liz Cambage’s ejection in the fourth quarter.


Collingwood re-signs mid-season rookie pick John Noble and first-round pick Isaac Quaynor for two more years

Collingwood has re-signed the first player they picked in last year’s National Draft – Isaac Quaynor – and the only player they picked in this year’s mid-season draft – John Noble – for a further two years.


Robbie Fowler fired up over Olyroos selection confusion

Brisbane coach Robbie Fowler has questioned A-League player eligibility rules after being forced to omit midfielder Aiden O’Neill from Sunday’s stunning win over Melbourne City.


‘I would’ve thrown the toys out the cot’: The key plank in Mitchell Starc’s redemption

Mitchell Starc admits he once would’ve “thrown the toys out of the cot” if he missed selection in a team.


The NFL’s most aggravating storyline just won’t go away

Houston star DeAndre Hopkins seemingly called for the NFL to replace senior V.P. of officiating Al Riveron following another controversial pass interference ruling during the Ravens’ blowout win over the Texans on Sunday.


Unai Emery given one month to save job after ‘draining Arsenal’s DNA’

Unai Emery has been given just a month to save his job with Arsenal chiefs fearing he’s “drained the DNA” from the club.


The steals and bargains YOUR club could snap up in the AFL draft

With the days ticking down until the 2019 national draft, the order is becoming somewhat less murkier.


James Graham KO’d in 11 seconds after sickening collision in Great Britain’s loss v PNG

James Graham went down with a sickening concussion after just 11 seconds during Great Britain’s loss to Papua New Guinea in Port Moresby.


Rugby Australia’s boss stands down, blames media on the way out

Rugby Australia chairman Cameron Clyne has announced he will not seek re-election after presiding over a tumultuous era for the game.


Spurs are all bark and no bite. Mauricio Pochettino ‘hasn’t got the stomach for a fight’: Analysis

Mauricio Pochettino says he needs time to rebuild his Tottenham team — but Sky Sports’ Sunday Supplement panel questioned whether the manager has the energy to overhaul his squad.


Shocked Zarco was ‘sure something was broken’ in terrifying Valencia incident

Johann Zarco admitted his shock in the hideous incident which marred the MotoGP season finale in Valencia, but was confident he hadn’t broken any bones.


Gasly labels Brazil GP podium as ‘the best day of my life’

Few on the grid have suffered a more frustrating year than Pierre Gasly, who broke through for a maiden podium at Interlagos in a moment he described “the best day of my life”.


Australia v Pakistan Test series: Ultimate guide

Australia will be back on home soil for the first time since retaining the Ashes.


The faces tell the story. Pure agony as gravity ruins Boston Celtics’ winning streak

The difference between winning and losing in sports can come down to just centimetres, and Boston Celtics fans know that too well after their 10-gamer winning streak was broken in a brutal fashion.


Fiery reaction after Israel Folau links Australian bushfires to same sex marriage

Sacked Wallabies star Israel Folau’s claim the bushfires that have devastated Australia and left six dead are God’s punishment for legalising abortion and same-sex marriage have sparked a furious reaction.


‘May as well cancel the Sheffield Shield’: Aussie great says Bancroft selection ‘nonsensical’

The Test selection of Cameron Bancroft has mystified former Australia quick Geoff Lawson who described his recall as “nonsensical”.


Pat Cummins expects ‘crazy’ debut from Pakistan’s teenage Dennis Lillee

Pat Cummins did it as an 18-year-old but Pakistan rival Naseem Shah might take fast-bowling Test debuts to crazy new heights.


Trent Robinson reveals talks that led to Chooks pulling $800k offer to Latrell Mitchell

Roosters coach Trent Robinson has lifted the lid on the conversation which sparked the speculation over the future of centre Latrell Mitchell.


Sell Pogba, sign these three: How Manchester United could line up after $200m spending spree

Manchester United are keen on finally landing long-term target Gareth Bale in January as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer plots a huge transfer window.


A new skipper and a 19-year-old record holder: The six Pakistan guns out to rock Australia

Pakistan has sent an ominous warning to Australia’s Test side in its warm-up matches, meaning the upcoming Test series won’t be a walkover for the home side.


The two World Cup blunders that Eddie Jones will always regret

England coach Eddie Jones admits he should have played Joe Marler ahead of Mako Vunipola at loosehead prop in the Rugby World Cup final defeat in Japan, the Australian said in his new autobiography.


Manchester United name eight-man January transfer shortlist worth $787m

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has drawn up a list of eight transfer targets collectively worth £415m ($787m) as he looks to strengthen his Manchester United squad, with reinforcements set to be brought in as early as January.


Opinion: James Tedesco snub shows Golden Boot has lost its integrity. He may never win one

Opinion: No disrespect to deserved 2019 winner Roger Tuivasa-Sheck, but the Golden Boot award has become a farce and is ignoring the proud history of what was once the game’s highest individual honour.


Ben Simmons drops double-double as Philadelphia 76ers get back on track

The Philadelphia 76ers were in a road slump, but broke that downward trajectory in an emphatic way with a blowout win over the Cleveland Cavaliers on Monday (AEDT).


Steve Smith apologises to Australian team after being fined for dissent

Steve Smith has privately apologised to his Australian teammates for his actions playing for NSW that saw him fined for dissent.


Carlos Sainz and McLaren celebrate long road to Brazil GP podium

Carlos Sainz’s first F1 podium finish has officially been confirmed at the Brazilian GP – ending McLaren’s five-year wait for a return to the top three.


Ricciardo labelled ‘f***ing idiot’ by irate Magnussen over early-race Brazil tangle

Daniel Ricciardo was branded a “f***ing” idiot by Kevin Magnussen over their early-race clash in the Brazilian Grand Prix.


Eric Reid says Stephen A. Smith is ‘tap dancing for the NFL’ in feud over Kaepernick

ESPN’s Stephen A. Smith and Carolina Panthers safety Eric Reid, engaged in a war of words on Twitter after Smith posted a video saying Kaepernick doesn’t actually want to return to the NFL after backing out of the workout the league organised for him and holding his own at a Georgia high school.


Race of the year? Max Verstappen wins Brazil GP — but you don’t know the half of it

Max Verstappen led from pole in Brazil and won the race. Sounds simple, right? However, from lights out to the chequered flag, absolutely everything happened in between.


Sonny Bill Williams won two World Cups with the All Blacks. He says his NRL premierships mean more

Sonny Bill Williams has admitted he places his NRL premiership wins with the Bulldogs and Roosters above his two Rugby World Cup wins in terms of importance.


‘Sorry’ Hamilton accepts fault for costly Albon collision in Brazil

Lewis Hamilton has lost his podium finish in the Brazilian GP and slipped to seventh after being handed a five-second time penalty for colliding with Alex Albon.


Record crowd gives Sam Kerr a taste of what she’s in for with Chelsea

The first Women’s Super League north London derby drew a record crowd of 38,262 for the competition on Sunday when Arsenal secured a 2-0 victory at Tottenham.


It was sold as a duel between two MVP candidates. In the end, it wasn’t close

Deshaun Watson couldn’t run, couldn’t hide and couldn’t keep up with the other quarterback on the field, the elusive and talented Lamar Jackson.


Iranian Hulk finally set to get in the cage with Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship

He’s big, he’s mean and you wouldn’t like him when he’s angry, well, we assume anyway.


Mark Taylor: Ausrtalia trio’s departure only the ‘tip of the iceberg’

Australian cricket was rocked by a trio of star players leaving the game to combat mental health concerns this month, but former Test captain Mark Taylor believes the issue stems much deeper into Australia’s sporting culture.


Stefanos Tsitsipas becomes youngest to win ATP Finals in 18 years after downing Dominic Thiem

Stefanos Tsitsipas battled back from a set down to beat Dominic Thiem and win the ATP Finals to emphatically stake his claim as the leader of the next generation of aspiring global superstars.


He has made $0 in college. Now, an injury will cost Tua Tagovailoa millions

The state of Tua Tagovailoa’s hip, and now his NFL outlook, is bleak.


‘What the hell!’: Leclerc, Vettel at odds over Ferrari’s Brazil disaster

Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc’s Brazilian Grand Prix ended in a disaster after contact sent both cars into retirement.


A trick to sell books: Tim Paine savages Ben Stokes over David Warner cheap shot

Australia captain Tim Paine has rubbished claims from Ben Stokes that David Warner was sledging him incessantly during the third Ashes Test earlier this year.


99 not out: Cristiano Ronaldo pinches teammate’s goal to move one short of landmark strike

Portugal sealed their place at Euro 2020 - but Cristiano Ronaldo was made to wait a little longer to reach a goalscoring milestone.


Roger Tuivasa-Sheck and Jessica Sergis crowned 2019 Golden Boot winners

New Zealand fullback Roger Tuivasa-Sheck has been named winner of the prestigious 2019 Golden Boot as international rugby league player of the year.


LaMelo Ball balls out in front of the biggest crowd in NBL history but Illawarra Hawks unable to dethrone dominant Sydney Kings

SYDNEY -- The biggest crowd in NBL history descended on Sydney’s Qudos Bank Arena for a matchup between their Kings and LaMelo Ball’s Illawarra Hawks, and they were treated with a show.


Harry Kane breaks ANOTHER England record as Three Lions sign off in style

England will be among the top seeds at next summer's European Championships after a late flurry of goals secured a 4-0 victory against Kosovo in their final European Qualifier at the Fadil Vokrri Stadium.


Cult hero Pavel Florin takes wicket in first match in Australia

Pavel Florin, a 40-year-old Romanian cricket novice, became an unlikely internet sensation in July when his rather unorthodox bowling style and his love for the game charmed the cricketing world.


The $4.4 billion tennis revolution is here. Hewitt still doesn’t like it

Australia captain Lleyton Hewitt is standing by his criticism of the new-look Davis Cup and maintains the format should never have been changed.


The $4.4 billion tennis revolution is here. Hewitt still doesn’t like it

Australia captain Lleyton Hewitt is standing by his criticism of the new-look Davis Cup and maintains the format should never have been changed.


How ‘desperate’ Kyrgios won over Hewitt to become Aussie leader

Australian captain Lleyton Hewitt has hailed Nick Kyrgios as the ultimate team man ahead of this week’s Davis Cup campaign in Madrid.


Myles Garrett set to appeal suspension after helmet attack

Myles Garrett was apologetic, but he’s challenging the NFL’s discipline.


Jack Miller executes ‘best MotoGP race to date’ in run to Valencia podium

Jack Miller executed his “best race to date” in MotoGP as he impressed with a mature run to third in the Valencia season finale.


Record-breaking Marquez takes 12th victory of MotoGP season at Valencia

World champion Marc Marquez clinched his 12th MotoGP victory of the season in Sunday’s final race in Valencia ahead of French rookie Fabio Quartararo.


Israel Folau preaches bushfires and drought are God’s punishment for same-sex marriage and abortion

In his latest sermon, Israel Folau has linked the bushfires and drought which have ravaged NSW and Queensland to same-sex marriage and abortion legislation.


Ex-Victory star scores against old club as Sydney retain Big Blue bragging rights

Two goals in seven minutes have given Sydney FC a 2-1 win over A-League rivals Melbourne Victory.


NBL asks New Zealand Breakers to stand down Glen Rice Jr. for one game after alleged assault

The NBL has sensationally directed the New Zealand Breakers to stand down Glen Rice Jr. for their match against the Perth Wildcats on Sunday night.


Ashton Agar left bloodied and dazed after dropping brother Wes in crazy finish to one-day game

Australian all-rounder Ashton Agar is remarkably in good spirits, despite being left bloodied and dazed from a nasty knock to the head while attempting to dismiss his brother in a Marsh One-Day Cup game.


No joke. The Wallabies vice-captain now wants to play for Fiji

Wallabies vice-captain Samu Kerevi has made the bombshell revelation that he wants to play for Fiji at the 2023 Rugby World Cup in France.


‘A mistake in the heat of the moment’: James Pattinson accepts first Test ban after alleged homophobic slur

James Pattinson has been banished from first Test calculations after he was banned by Cricket Australia for an alleged homophobic slur against an opposition Sheffield Shield player, which Pattinson dubbed “a mistake in the heat of the moment”.


This Victorian just produced a stunning MCG knock on one-day debut. He’s only 17-years-old

Boom Victorian youngster Jake Fraser-McGurk has delivered a second eye-catching debut performance in a week, consistently smashing New South Wales bowlers to the MCG boundary to register a half-century.


Two hat-tricks, seven goals, ten cards in wildest clash of 2019

Brisbane’s wait for goals and a victory under Robbie Fowler have come to a dramatic end with a thrilling 4-3 comeback A-League win over Melbourne City.


James Harden drops 49 points on 41 shots as Houston Rockets win seventh straight game

James Harden scored 49 points on a whopping 41 shots from the field as the Houston Rockets made it seven wins in a row with a 125-105 over the Minnesota Timberwolves.


Longest deal in BBL history: Spinner repays the faith to Sydney Thunder

Sydney Thunder spinner Chris Green has put pen to paper on the longest deal in Big Bash history.


Cricket Australia, James Pattinson, Tim Paine, Sheffield Shield, Victoria, James Pattinson sledge, James Pattinson slur, Australia v Pakistan

Australian captain Tim Paine has expressed his disappointment in Victorian fast bowler James Pattinson, who has been suspended for the first Test against Pakistan.


Mariners set to sign the Jets’ greatest flop. We’re not sure why either

Central Coast are closing in on signing former Newcastle import Jair as their fifth signing of the A-League season.


Eddie Jones book extract: What led to my Wallabies sacking

I would not change many things about my life but, if I could, this would be one. I should have left the Wallabies after the 2003 World Cup final.


Surgery setback: Rance goes under the knife on troublesome right knee

Richmond star defender Alex Rance has had more surgery on his right knee – the one that cost him a chance to become a two-time premiership player.


Not Chelsea, not Manchester United: Jose Mourinho open to Premier League return with third team

Jose  Mourinho is keeping a close eye on the Tottenham situation — despite believing the Real Madrid job will be his if he wants it.


Verstappen not thinking about Brazil redemption after 2018 Ocon disaster

Max Verstappen has told Sky Sports F1 that he is not thinking about ‘redemption’ at the Brazilian GP as he prepares to line up on pole one year on from his cruel race-losing crash at Interlagos.


Catch me if you can: Verstappen powers to Brazilian F1 GP pole

Max Verstappen secured the second pole position of his career to mark his Red Bull boss Christian Horner’s 46th birthday in style on Saturday when he topped the qualifying times for Sunday’s Brazilian Grand Prix.


Issac Luke confirms Dragons move as Paul McGregor’s No.9 plan revealed

Issac Luke has confirmed he will join St George Illawarra for next season.


Leclerc blames himself, apologises to Ferrari over Brazilian F1 GP qualifying ‘disappointment’

Charles Leclerc blamed himself and apologised to Ferrari on Saturday after qualifying fourth on the grid for Sunday’s Brazilian Grand Prix.


Juventus want Paul Pogba back. Their star man Cristiano Ronaldo just gave them the green light

Cristiano Ronaldo has told Juventus chiefs: We need Paul Pogba.


Student photographer cops nasty hit at college football game, gets stretchered off the field

That was a nasty hit.


They couldn’t beat Cricket Australia XI. Now, Pakistan set sights on Test series

Pakistan’s raw pace attack have been given a wake-up call ahead of the Test series against Australia after struggling to fire in a stalemate against a youth-laden Cricket Australia XI outfit.


How Boxing legend Evander Holyfield blew $300 million

The top of his right ear isn’t the only thing Evander Holyfield wishes he could get back.


Colin Kaepernick’s ‘elite’ arm was on show in rare NFL workout. Watch it here

Colin Kaepernick’s workout on Sunday began with a glitch, but ended in what an NFL executive reportedly described as an ‘elite’ showing from the shunned star.


Spanish rivals to lock horns over Arsenal’s unsettled $378k-a-week captain: Reports

Big-spending Spanish rivals Real Madrid and Barcelona are in the hunt for a new striker — and Gunners front man Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is on their radars.


The Warriors’ luck couldn’t get any worse, right? Think again! D’Angelo Russell is out at least two weeks with a sprained thumb

Golden State Warriors leading scorer D’Angelo Russell will miss at least two weeks of the NBA season with a sprained right thumb.


Euro 2020 qualifiers: Dutch avoid embarrassing defeat thanks to Northern Ireland penalty miss

The Netherlands, Germany, Croatia and Austria joined a list of Euro 2020 big hitters after all four reached next summer’s finals.


Is the end near for tennis’ Big 3? Roger Federer sure thinks the reign could be over really soon

After dominating the tennis world for so long, Roger Federer thinks the sport’s Big Three could face their toughest challenge yet from a new generation in 2020.


ATP Finals 2019: Stefanos Tsitsipas beats Roger Federer to reach ATP Finals in London

Stefanos Tsitsipas kept his nerve in the key moments to beat six- time champion Roger Federer 6-3, 6-4 on Sunday (AEDT) and reach the final of the season-ending ATP Finals.


Football: Serie A; Antonio Conte receives bullet in post, mail, police, Inter Milan, Chelsea, latest updates, news

Inter Milan coach Antonio Conte is receiving police protection after a threatening letter containing a bullet was sent to him through the post, Italian media reported on Saturday.


Wait, that’s not him! Fans baffled as Belgium star wears Batshuayi’s shirt

Belgium defender Dedryck Boyata wore Michy Batshuayi’s jersey by mistake against Russia.


 


 
 

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