• Consequences could be big for Bomber fine snub

    The AFL are yet to receive the money and if it does not come through next week due to an online payment made on Friday then the ramifications could be serious for the premiership coach.

  • Khan doubles up, Aussies staring at 2-0

    Australia is staring at an unexpected 2-0 Test series defeat against Pakistan in the United Arab Emirates after the home team declared at 6/570 just before stumps on day two.

  • Villa leaves Melbourne City winless

    Melbourne City will say goodbye to David Villa, likely forever, without winning a match with the Spanish superstar after losing to Adelaide United 2-1 Friday night.

  • Eade: The fire to coach still burned brightly

    “I probably reconciled that I wasn’t going to coach again and that was fine but I think I’ve said it a few times the embers were there, I suppose as a coach you always think as a coach. It became a raging inferno by Monday and everything’s worked out well.”

  • North cut eight, including Anthony, Nahas & Delaney

    North Melbourne has made sweeping changes to their playing list with the announcement that eight players have been delisted on Friday ahead of the list lodgement deadline. The Kangaroos have also upgraded mature-aged rookie Joel Tippett and promising schoolboy Kayne Turner to their senior list for 2015.

  • 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.