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This four-way deal would’ve sparked an AFL trade domino effect. The Dogs rejected it

Alex Keath and Josh Bruce remain in limbo after a four-way trade proposal was shut down by the Western Bulldogs over the weekend.

‘What’s going on Port Adelaide?’ Questions being asked as more Power players linked to trades

St Kilda champion Leigh Montagna has questioned why so many players are either keen to leave Port Adelaide or have been linked to potential trades.

James Courtney, Jack Perkins and WAU combine for unlikely Bathurst 1000 podium

Few could deny Walkinshaw Andretti United, James Courtney and Jack Perkins deserved their Bathurst 1000 podium.

AFL day 6 trade wrap: Two Magpies may be forced out by cap squeeze; clubs circle Port star Robbie Gray

Welcome back to the 2019 AFL trade period.

Alex Premat’s special place in Bathurst 1000 history after winning with Scott McLaughlin

In his first season as a full-time Supercars driver in 2012, Alex Premat suffered heat exhaustion ahead of a Sydney 500 race, and was replaced by a teenage Scott McLaughlin.

Lightning can strike twice. Sleepless captain Michael Leitch says Japan can beat Springboks

After a sleepless night replaying Japan’s historic Rugby World Cup victory over Scotland in his head, captain Michael Leitch has warned quarter-final opponents South Africa that lightning can strike twice.

Betts to the future: Crows pay tribute as Blues welcome Eddie Betts with Back to the Future video

Former Adelaide captain Taylor Walker has led the tributes to Eddie Betts after his trade to Carlton was made official, with the Blues welcoming him back with a brilliant and creative video.

NRL Transfer Centre: Every club’s squad, new deals and market moves for 2020 season

North Queensland has snapped up a Kiwi Test star from Wests Tigers.

Trying to win or lose? The Miami Dolphins just peaked

The Miami Dolphins aren’t good. They know that, and we know that.

Back in Blue: Eddie Betts traded to Carlton in ‘fairytale ending’ to his incredible career

Eddie Betts is officially a Carlton player once again.

AFL Trade Tracker: See every done deal of the 2019 trade period

The AFL’s silly season is underway, with players finding new homes for the 2020 season and beyond.

Stewards explain team orders charge which shrouded Scott McLaughlin’s Bathurst 1000 win

An answer given in a live broadcast interview sparked officials into action in the Bathurst drama that shrouded Scott McLaughlin’s historic victory.

New photo of Storm star Suliasi Vunivalu who was ‘king hit’ which sparked wild Bali brawl

A photo has emerged of Melbourne star Suliasi Vunivalu, allegedly proving he was punched inside a Bali bar over the weekend.

Ollie Wines’ manager firmly denies asking Carlton about a trade out of Port Adelaide

Ollie Wines’ manager Nick Gieschen has vehemently denied he approached Carlton asking them to consider trading for the Port Adelaide midfielder.

Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo miss out as Jose Mourinho picks his best player

Jose Mourinho has named 1994 and 2002 World Cup winner Ronaldo as the greatest player he has ever seen - ahead of Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo.

Everything you need to know about the Rugby World Cup quarter-finals

And so there were eight.

We’re not done yet: Everything you need to know about the Rugby League World Cup Nines

The NRL season might be over, but there’s still plenty of rugby league left in 2019.

Scott McLaughlin’s Bathurst 1000 win under review after ‘disgraceful’ tactic’

Scott McLaughlin’s Bathurst 1000 title has not yet been made official after his Ford outfit was charged with breaching team orders regulations.

Patrick Day fighting for life after vicious knockout

American boxer Patrick Day was fighting for his life in critical condition in hospital on Sunday night, still in a coma following a vicious knockout by Charles Conwell the night before.

Past counts for little. England wary of Wallabies ahead of knockout final

Ben Youngs has cautioned England against believing their “own hype” as they bid to avoid the upset against Australia that would end their World Cup.

Monday, 9am: The moment things finally turned for the Gold Coast Suns

Monday morning was a monumental morning for the Gold Coast Suns.

Port Adelaide’s new logo under fire after designer claims club ripped off his work

Port Adelaide unveiled their commemorative 150th anniversary logo over the weekend, a design that unifies its AFL and SANFL teams.

Nelson Asofa-Solomona fight video, CCTV, Bali, Melbourne Storm, NRL penalty

Nelson Asofa-Solomona’s defence for allegedly being involved in a violent brawl in Bali may be helped by CCTV vision, and the evidence of a local Seminyak club owner.

Crash tackling punters into the pool and tequila from the bottle: Inside Storm’s wild Bali party

Ever wondered what it feels like to be tackled by the Melbourne Storm forward pack?

Some say they’re in a ‘relegation battle’. But Manchester United have the highest wage bill in Premier League history

Manchester United have the highest wage bill EVER reported by a Premier League club — despite their awful form under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

Junction Oval cricket debacle summed up in revealing photos

Try as they might, Victoria and South Australia couldn’t find a way to contrive a result in their drawn Sheffield Shield season-opener, with the stupefying stalemate probably a fair reflection of the lifeless Junction Oval pitch.

Minor premiers to this: Timeline of the two-month horrorshow at NRL’s best club

Melbourne Storm are generally considered one of, if not the, best run club in the NRL.

Gambling with his future: James Maddison spotted at casino after pulling out of England’s Euro 2020 qualifiers ‘ill’

James Maddison has been left sweating over his England future by Gareth Southgate.

Deal or no deal: These six men know exactly how to get AFL trades done. They reveal how

Not even football itself captures the attention quite like the annual AFL trade period.

He moulded one of the world’s best young players. Now he’ll try to take down the Socceroos

Louis Lancaster may not be a manager you’ve heard of but he’s the man largely responsible for the development of one of the Bundesliga’s hottest talents; Jadon Sancho.

Japan beat Scotland in the Rugby World Cup. Then their fans went absolutely berserk

Cheering fans danced on Tokyo’s famous Shibuya crossing and grown men were reduced to tears in the stadium as Japan made history by reaching their first-ever Rugby World Cup quarter-final.

The Sun rises: Gold Coast lock down young gun - and more players are on the way

Gold Coast fans finally have something to cheer about after young star Ben King put pen to paper on a two-year extension.

The Boston Celtics are flying under the radar. Their 231cm cult hero Tacko Fall certainly isn’t

Pre-season numbers often mean almost nothing. Rotations are unusual, starters rarely play much, and few if any teams are putting a premium on winning games.

Watch: Eleven goals, six VAR interventions as the A-League finally returns

After the longest off-season in world football, the A-League is back. And the opening weekend was definitely worth the wait, with eleven goals, a red card, and more drama than a Hollywood soap.

AFL Trade Whispers: Another club emerges as Bradley Hill suitor

Bradley Hill has nominated St Kilda as his preferred home of choice, but another Victorian club has emerged as a potential suitor.

In the wake of star’s sub 2-hour run, did we just see something more impressive?

Brigid Kosgei of Kenya won the Chicago Marathon on Sunday in 2 hours, 14 minutes, 4 seconds to break the world record in the event.

Bathurst 1000 2019: Ultimate guide to the 2019 Supercheap Auto Bathurst 1000

Get ready, people. It’s that time of year again.

Bathurst 1000 2019: Chaz Mostert apologises to Cameron Waters after Tickford teammates tangle

A “shattered” Chaz Mostert has apologised to Tickford teammate Cameron Waters after causing a decisive accident late in the Supercheap Auto Bathurst 1000.

They put five past Nepal, but the Socceroos have been ordered to ‘be more ruthless’

3-0 against Kuwait. 5-0 against Nepal. Now it’s time for the Socceroos to play the third match on the road to Qatar 2022 World Cup.

Knocked out one minute, playing the next: Medics slammed after Daniel James’ concussion scare

Manchester United star Daniel James appeared to be briefly knocked out — before being allowed to carry on as Wales faced Croatia.

Melbourne Storm star Nelson Asofa-Solomona captured on video in vicious Bali brawl

Melbourne Storm have confirmed they and the NRL are investigating star prop Nelson Asofa-Solomona’s involvement in a violent brawl while holidaying in Bali.

Unseen footage: The hours before Nelson Asofa-Solomona’s night descended into carnage

Drinking from the bottle and dancing with his teammates, this was Nelson Asofa-Solomona innocently letting his hair down on an end-of-season trip — before it all went wrong.

NRL integrity boss flies to Melbourne to investigate Bali brawl and Nelson Asofa-Solomona

The head of the NRL’s integrity unit has flown to Melbourne to interview Melbourne Storm players at the centre of the vicious Bali brawl involving giant prop Nelson Asofa-Solomona.

Bathurst 1000 2019: The ‘disgraceful’ act that helped Scott McLaughlin in stunning Bathurst win

Scott McLaughlin was crowned Bathurst champion for the first time in his career on Sunday afternoon, along with co-driver Alex Premat. However, the actions of his other teammate were branded “disgraceful”.

AFL trade whispers: Top 10 pick on the outer as Pies’ salary cap space diminishes

The salary cap squeeze is on at Collingwood as their growing list of stars require more money.

What did we learn from Oleksandr Usyk’s heavyweight debut?

There was a little graze under the right eye of Oleksandr Usyk, nothing to worry about, but something that might be food for thought for the heavyweight elite.

Petr Cech saves penalty, named man of the match in pro ice hockey debut

Chelsea legend Petr Cech took up a familiar position in between the posts on Sunday afternoon - even saving a PENALTY and getting named man of the match on the way to a win.

Mountain conquered, is NASCAR next? Scott McLaughlin impresses US legend

A move to the United States is back on the cards for Scott McLaughlin after the Supercars star impressed American motorsport giant Roger Penske with his stunning maiden Bathurst 1000 victory.

Euro 2020 qualification: Liverpool gun hits thunderbolt as Bale saves Wales

Liverpool midfielder Georginio Wijnaldum struck an absolute thunderbolt after heading home the first goal in a 2-1 win over Belarus, while Gareth Bale was also on the scoresheet in a busy morning of 2020 European Championships qualification.

Jurgen Klopp rejected Manchester United as he ‘hated’ how the cub was run. Instead, he joined their biggest rivals

Jurgen Klopp rejected taking the Manchester United job in 2015 as he “hated” how Ed Woodward runs the club, according to Liverpool legend and current Brisbane Roar coach Robbie Fowler.

Pope Francis accidentally tweets support for NFL powerhouse New Orlean Saints

No need for a Hail Mary, as the New Orleans Saints already have some holy support this week.

Golden girl: Simone Biles breaks medal record

She insists she is no superstar, but Simone Biles can now be considered among the greatest gymnasts ever after on Sunday becoming the all-time record holder for most medals won at world championships.

Just 15-years-old, Coco Gauff wins her first WTA title

American teenage sensation Coco Gauff has became the youngest player to win a WTA title in 15 years by beating former French Open champion Jelena Ostapenko in the Linz Open final.

Japanese Grand Prix 2019 | FIA investigate Renault’s after Daniel Ricciardo finishes sixth in Japan

Daniel Ricciardo has gone from furious to thrilled as the Aussie F1 superstar finished sixth at the 2019 Japanese Grand Prix.

Japan was ravaged by a deadly typhoon. Hours later the Brave Blossoms inspired tears of joy

History has been made after host nation Japan made the Rugby World Cup knockout stages for the first time after holding on to beat Scotland 28-21 in Yokohama.

It’s on again. Why Australia v England is the greatest RWC rivalry

It’s on again.

Stephen Moore: The risk I would take for World Cup quarterfinal

Former Wallabies captain Stephen Moore has urged selectors to take a lineout risk and include Jack Dempsey in the starting side to play England in Saturday’s Rugby World Cup quarterfinal.

Classy Canadians swap boots for shovels in brilliant World Cup moment

After experiencing Rugby World Cup heartbreak Canada didn’t just sit around and mope. They picked up shovels and helped clean up a typhoon ravaged Kamaishi to win admirers around the globe.

Confirmed: Wallabies v England quarterfinal as Wales top group

Wales set up a Rugby World Cup quarter-final with Six Nations rivals France as they topped Pool D with a far-from-perfect 35-13 win over minnows Uruguay on Sunday.

Mitch Marsh injures hand punching dressing room wall, Sheffield Shield, Western Australia v Tasmania, video, news, cricket news

Test all-rounder Mitch Marsh has injured his bowling hand after punching a dressing-room wall during Western Australia’s Sheffield Shield draw with Tasmania.

Socceroos captain Mark Milligan reveals Graham Arnold convinced him not to retire

Socceroos captain Mark Milligan credits a series of in-depth discussions with coach Graham Arnold for convincing him to play on for Australia. Just as he did after the 2018 World Cup in Russia, Milligan contemplated retiring from the national team in the wake of January’s Asian Cup quarter-final exit.

Perth Glory stunned by late Brisbane Roar goal

Brisbane have been saved by the VAR after being awarded a goal in the dying moments of their 1-1 draw with Perth at HBF Park.

F1 Japanese Grand Prix 2019: Mercedes claims constructors’ title again as Lewis Hamilton eliminates three rivals from championship race

Valtteri Bottas has won the Japanese Grand Prix, as Mercedes wrap up a sixth-consecutive Formula 1 constructors’ championship, with Australian Daniel Ricciardo seventh in his Renault.

After 160 laps, it all came down to one: Scott McLaughlin triumphs for Ford in all-time Bathurst 1000 nailbiter

Race days at Mount Panorama are unforgettable. For the rest of Scott McLaughlin and Alex Premat’s lives, October 13, 2019, will be one of those days.

Rugby World Cup: Tonga save best until last with stirring win over USA

Tonga enjoyed a final flourish at the Rugby World Cup as they beat the United States 31-19 to maintain their 20 year dominance over the Eagles on Sunday.

Bathurst 1000 2019: Tickford’s worst nightmare as Chaz Mostert and Cameron Waters clash at The Chase

Over four and a half hours into the race, and it amounted to nothing.

The good, bad and ugly news for Wallabies fans: 5 things we learnt

The good news is that the Wallabies are just three Tests away from lifting the Webb Ellis Cup.

A-League: New era dawns as Western United win on A-League debut

The A-League entered a long-awaited new era when the competition’s fledgling side Western United claimed victory in their maiden match in the competition.

Taming Tuilagi: How Wallabies can limit 115kg English wrecking ball

Former England international Stuart Barnes and 71-cap Wallaby have picked apart the weaknesses of Eddie Jones’ side ahead of a Rugby World Cup quarterfinal match-up.

UFC Tampa: Mike Davis knocks out Thomas Gifford in ugly scenes

Fight fans have blown up on social media following a sickening knockout at the latest UFC fight night in Tampa.

F1 Japanese Grand Prix 2019: Ferrari teammates head-to-head again as records tumble in chaotic qualifying

Sebastian Vettel secured a stunning pole position for the Japanese GP in Sunday's delayed qualifying, as Ferrari turned the tables on favourites Mercedes to seal a surprise front-row lockout.

Adelaide Crows set to unveil next senior coach on Monday

Adelaide will unveil its next head coach by Monday, with GWS assistant Matthew Nicks firming as Don Pyke’s heir apparent.

Sam and Phoebe Burgess split after attempting to resurrect marriage

NRL superstar Sam Burgess’ week has taken another hit with the South Sydney Rabbitohs player splitting with wife Phoebe.

Bathurst 1000 2019: Driver cleared to race again after warm-up lap Bathurst poison scare

Brodie Kostecki was given the all clear to drive again in the Supercheap Auto Bathurst 1000 after a carbon dioxide poisoning scare.

Transfer Whispers: Raiders GF hero snubs Canberra offer and set to test open market

Clive Churchill Medallist Jack Wighton is expected to test the market on the November 1 deadline.

Bathurst 1000 2019: One lap, one crash. Tim Slade’s day ended early after a melee on the mountain

It was one lap and one crash at the Supercheap Auto Bathurst 1000, as Tim Slade had an unwanted meeting with the wall.

Plenty of heads have rolled at Adelaide — and the exodus isn’t yet complete

Adelaide chairman Rob Chapman has set a deadline on his tenure, confirming he will stand down after the next AFL season.

AFL 2019: Lachie Hunter, Super Seth, Maddison Sullivan-Thorpe, Western Bulldogs, Caulfield Guineas

Earlier this week Lachie Hunter and his long term partner Maddison Sullivan-Thorpe became engaged in picturesque Positano.

Bathurst 1000 2019: Fabian Coulthard fastest in Warm Up ahead of race

Shell V-Power Racing has struck the final blow ahead of the Great Race, with Fabian Coulthard setting the fastest time in Sunday morning Warm Up.

Typhoon Hagibis forces cancellation of Namibia-Canada clash

World Cup organisers have cancelled a third game because of Typhoon Hagibis, deciding early Sunday morning to call off the last of the Pool B games between Canada and Namibia.

’Best player in the world right now’: Daniil Medvedev to face Alexander Zverev in Shanghai Masters final

Russia’s Daniil Medvedev has remarkably reached his ninth final of the season after he defeated Stefanos Tsitsipas 7-6 (7-5) 7-5 at the Shanghai Masters.

Bathurst 1000 2019: Full starting grid for 2019 Supercheap Auto Bathurst 1000

It took seven practice sessions, qualifying and a Top 10 Shootout, but we have the grid for the 2019 Supercheap Auto Bathurst 1000.

‘I hope we absolutely batter them’. This could be the spiciest match of the opening A-League weekend

Wellington host A-League newcomers Western United on Sunday evening (AEDT) and there will be no love lost between the two sides, according to Steven Taylor.

He was a ball-boy in WSW’s first-ever match. Now Daniel Wilmering is a Wanderers star

When the Western Sydney Wanderers played their first-ever A-League match on October 6, 2012, an 11-year-old boy named Daniel Wilmering was among the ball-boys at ‘Wanderland’, Parramatta Stadium.

No fairytale ending today: St Helens puts on masterclass vs Salford to win Super League title

St Helens have ensured there was no fairy-tale ending for underdogs Salford by condemning them to a 23-6 defeat in an enthralling English Super League title decider at Old Trafford.

Bathurst 1000 2019: Supercars technical changes could make Top 10 Shootouts ‘slightly boring’

Scott McLaughlin’s record Top 10 Shootout lap may stand the test of time ahead of technical changes made from next season.

What deadly typhoon means for Wallabies, RWC quarterfinal draw

It’s back to the start for Australia and probable quarterfinal opponents England, who will build up to their Rugby World Cup showdown in isolated training bases.

How has it come to this? Typhoon threatens World Cup farce and furious Scotland legal action

How has it come to this, that ahead of one of the most eagerly anticipated games of the Rugby World Cup, the talk is of weather forecasts and threats of legal action?

Ireland regain their World Cup mojo despite red card drama

World player of the year Johnny Sexton scored two tries as 14-man Ireland secured a 47-5 bonus point win over Samoa to reach the Rugby World Cup quarterfinals on Saturday.

Bathurst 1000 2019: Machine-like Scott McLaughlin out to end wait for maiden win

Faster, and faster, and faster. That has been the tone of the weekend for Scott McLaughlin.

AFL trade period state of play: The bold verdict on 28 players with uncertain futures

Compared to previous years, there hasn’t been much movement yet this trade period. But that means there could be plenty in the final three days — or the final three hours.

13 years between tons: Aussie captain Tim Paine breaks century drought

Australian captain Tim Paine has finally broken his triple-figure drought, registering just his second first-class century on Saturday — almost 13 years after his first one.

AFL trade whispers: Dons ask Swans for several stars - but Daniher delay puts four-way trade on hold

Essendon has thrown up an array of young gun Swans as potential compensation for losing Joe Daniher.

A concussed Beale is in doubt. But that’s just the start of the fumbling Wallabies problems

Kurtley Beale’s health status won’t be known until midweek but the wellbeing of Australia’s backline play will come under immediate focus in their preparation for the Rugby World Cup quarterfinals.

A-League: VAR denies clinical goal in defensive Melbourne derby

Kamsoba found the back of the net, but the dawn of new A-League eras for Melbourne Victory and Melbourne City has ended in a 0-0 draw at Marvel Stadium. With coach Marco Kurz on the touchline for an A-League match for the first time for Victory and Erick Mombaerts likewise for City, both sides had decent chances to claim all three points but had to settle for a share of the spoils in front of 33,523 fans on Saturday night.

The Sydney Kings got a telling performance from Jae’Sean Tate. The Adelaide 36ers? Well, they ‘played like sh**’

The Sydney Kings won their home opener, and, while there are still some unknowns, it appears as though one key issue has been solved.

1:59.40 — ANYTHING is possible: Eliud Kipchoge creates history with superhuman marathon feat

Roger Bannister, Neil Armstrong, Usain Bolt — now add Eliud Kipchoge to that company.

Western Sydney Wanderers vs Central Coast Mariners: Late VAR penalty seals happy homecoming - but was it the right call?

Captain Mitchell Duke’s double has earned Western Sydney a 2-1 opening-round A-League home victory over Central Coast, with the winner coming from a penalty after VAR intervention.

Bathurst 1000 2019: Scott McLaughlin lowers lap record in stunning Top 10 Shootout performance

Could it have been anyone else? A new lap record. A margin of over four tenths.

Bathurst 1000 2019: Incredible rollover for Peter Vodanovich mars Toyota 86 race

Race 2 of the Toyota 86 Racing Series at the Supercheap Auto Bathurst 1000 has been marred by a final-lap rollover for Peter Vodanovich.




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