Wyndham City elite training facility ahead of new stadium
A new elite training facility for Western United, including grandstand seating for 5,000 spectators, will be built adjacent to the proposed future A-League stadium.Full StoryA-League
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|Melbourne Cricket Ground||Melbourne|
|Sydney Cricket Ground||Sydney|
|1 Cairns Pop-Up Arena||Cairns|
|2 Adelaide Oval||Adelaide|
|4 Metricon Stadium||Gold Coast|
|5 Cazalys Stadium||Cairns|
|6 Queensland Country Bank Stadium||Townsville|
|7 Netstrata Jubilee Stadium||Sydney|
|8 Sunshine Coast Stadium||Bokarina|
|LATEST SPORTS RESULTS|
|21/09/20||AFL: Port Adelaide d Collingwood||5,424||Gabba|
|20/09/20||AFL: Western Bulldogs d Fremantle||3,114||Cazalys Stadium|
|20/09/20||NRL: Knights d Dragons||6,659||McDonald Jones Stadium|
|20/09/20||AFL: Geelong d Sydney Swans||2,798||Metricon Stadium|
|20/09/20||NRL: Raiders d Warriors||3,900||GIO Stadium|
|RECENT HIGHEST ATTENDANCES|
|23/08/20||AFL: West Coast Eagles v GWS Giants||27,339|
|29/08/20||AFL: Fremantle v GWS Giants||24,406|
|19/09/20||AFL: Adelaide v Richmond||17,710|
|UPCOMING MAJOR EVENTS|
|18/10/20||Supercars: Bathurst 1000||Mount Panorama Circuit|
|24/10/20||2020 AFL Grand Final||Gabba|
|25/10/20||2020 NRL Grand Final||ANZ Stadium|
‘Medically retired for a reason’: Burgess pours cold water on brother Sam’s NRL return
South Sydney prop Thomas Burgess has poured cold water on his brother Sam making an NRL comeback next season, declaring “Sam was medically retired for a reason”.
Cricket: Steve Smith is available to play IPL opener after head knocks in England
Star Aussie batsman Steve Smith has been given the green light to play the Indian Premier League opener for the Rajasthan Royals later tonight despite concerns over the effects of a concussion suffered in England.
Teams Analysis: Sharks skipper’s shock switch, Staggs fills Broncos playmaker void
The Sharks have chosen returning skipper Wade Graham to replace star half Shaun Johnson against the Raiders.
Cricket: Alyssa Healy to unveil new tricks when Australia’s women’s team start the home summer this weekend
Australian opener Alyssa Healy wants to unveil a new bag of tricks as the World Champions finally get to strut their stuff again six months after their epic MCG win.
Eagles cop major blow with star midfielder ruled out for the rest of 2020
West Coast will be without star Elliot Yeo for the remainder of 2020 after the club ruled the midfielder out for finals.
Revealed: 20yo bolter Zak Butters joins superstars in 40-man All-Australian squad
Top-four powerhouses Port Adelaide and Geelong have taken up a quarter of this year’s All-Australian squad, with a second-year Power young gun the clear shock bolter.
NRL Teams: Superstars rested, changes galore as Knights gun, Teddy return
The Storm are one of a host of clubs to rest stars for the final round, while the Knights welcome back boom youngster Bradman Brest.
NRL to trial radical new rule changes — including ONLY forwards in scrums
The NRL will experiment with rule changes in two games in Round 20 with the aim of avoiding a blunder like the one seen in South Sydney’s loss to Canterbury.
Storm star Felise Kaufusi lets slip hint on Cameron Smith’s future
Storm star Felise Kaufusi has dropped a hint on the playing future of club legend and captain Cameron Smith beyond season 2020.
Blues’ new deal day: Carlton confirms TEN re-signings as trade period approaches
Carlton has announced a swathe of contract news for the 2021 season, when it will aim for its first finals campaign in nearly a decade.
AFL finals fixture 2020 for week one revealed: Dates, times and venues confirmed
The AFL has released the fixture for the first week of the 2020 finals series, with minor premiers Port Adelaide to kick off the unique finals series against Geelong.
Wests Tigers should be Sydney’s NRL giants but they’re lightweights. Because of this flawed strategy
Writing exclusively for Fox Sports, The NRL Economist Ramy Haidar analyses the Wests Tigers roster to identify the chief cause of their ongoing disappointment.