News

  • Hanley named in Irish squad

    The Irish International Rules squad has been announced and Brisbane Lions star Pearce Hanley is the only current AFL player named in the visitors travelling party.

  • Federer closing the gap on Djokovic

    World number two Roger Federer extended his winning streak to 14 following his comfortable 6-4, 6-4 third-round victory over French qualifier Lucas Pouille at the BNP Paribas Masters on Friday.

  • Finch defends Clarke's questionable tactics

    Australian T20 captain and Victorian batsman Aaron Finch doesn't see the issue with Michael Clarke’s bizarre field placing last night against Pakistan after the move caused criticism from commentators and former players.

  • Balme on the fixture, Taylor Hunt & Bomber

    The Cats have a tough first month up against Hawthorn, Fremantle, Gold Coast and North Melbourne but will enjoy eight games at Simonds Stadium for the first time since 2009.

  • Bogut: Australians "great for the game"

    There will be an unprecedented number of Australians playing in the NBA as the new season starts to get into motion, as seven Aussies vie for the Championship title across America.

  • Saints, Eagles & Tigers in the Hunt

    Axed Geelong midfielder Taylor Hunt is a strong chance to revive his AFL career after St Kilda joined the growing list of clubs interest in his services.

  • Murray secures spot in ATP World Tour Finals

    Andy Murray has secured a spot in the ATP World Tour Finals following his clinical dismissal of Bulgaria’s Grigor Dimitrov, which suggests that he may be a threat at the Parisian tournament and even the season’s grand finale.

  • AFL made room for A-League Grand Final clash

    The 2015 home and away AFL fixture was announced on Thursday morning and like every year there are winners and losers, so more so than others. But, next year’s fixture presents a clash with a rival code.

  • Maxwell, Starc in for second test

    Australia is set to recall Glenn Maxwell and Mitchell Starc for the second test against Pakistan following the embarrassing result in the opening fixture in Dubai.

  • O'Keefe could have continued his career elsewhere

    New Adelaide Crows development coach Ryan O’Keefe revealed that he decided against continuing his playing career at a new side after being offered the opportunity by a handful of clubs.

  • Federer's number one assault on track in Paris

    Roger Federer’s assault on the number one ranking is still on track after he survived a major challenge from Frenchman Jeremy Chardy before progressing to the third round of the BNP Paribas Masters in Paris.