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  • Scorchers go back to back

    The Perth Scorchers are the Big Bash champions for a second time, beating the Sydney Sixers in a thrilling Big Bash Final at Manuka Oval

  • Brian Waldron: There’s no excuse, we cheated

    Former Melbourne Storm CEO Brian Waldron has said that unforeseen circumstances led to the club cheating the salary cap, but there was no excuse for the actions that saw them stripped of two premierships.

  • Maddinson eyeing huge BBL Final innings

    Big-hitting Nic Maddinson is confident that his Sydney Sixers have enough batting firepower to defeat the Perth Scorchers in the Big Bash Final in Canberra on Wednesday night.

  • Jon Ralph on Carlton & Port’s fitness

    Although Carlton is unusually playing down its expectations for the upcoming season, Jon Ralph believes that the club will be desperate to show significant improvement from last year.

  • Hogg doubts players love captain Clarke

    There is a sense among the cricket world that Australia captain Michael Clarke is not greatly liked by many of his teammates and that team morale has been stronger since he was forced to the sidelines through injury.

  • Zappone previews Socceroos vs. UAE

    Australia will easily defeat the United Arab Emirates and win its way to the Asian Cup final against the Korea Republic, says Michael Zappone.

  • Masur: When Nick gets hot, he can beat anybody

    Nick Kyrgios has the shots, temperament and athleticism to beat world number six Andy Murray in the quarterfinals of the Australian Open on Tuesday night, according to Wally Masur.

  • Swallow: Better defence will close the gap

    North Melbourne captain Andrew Swallow says an improvement in team defence and more avenues to goal will help bridge the gap between the Kangaroos and the top four clubs in the league.

  • Armstrong says he’d do it the same way again

    In his first official interview since admitting to cheating his way to seven Tour de France titles, Lance Armstrong has astonishingly said he would do it the same way over again.

  • Allenby must tell the truth now: Patrick Smith

    Australian golfer Robert Allenby must come clean with the actual course of events regarding the night he claims someone kidnapped and beat him in Hawaii, says Patrick Smith.