News

  • Family the only reason for move says Beams

    New Brisbane Lion Dayne Beams has dismissed claims he left Collingwood for any reason other than to be closer to his father who is recovering from cancer, and to be closer to his family during this difficult time.

  • Georgiou the next Demon to be moved on

    Melbourne defender Alex Georgiou has become the next Demon to be delisted by the club ahead of next month’s National Draft, following Thursday’s announcement that former first-round draft picks Sam Blease and James Strauss had not been offered new contracts.

  • Ling to step up media roles in 2015

    Geelong favourite son Cameron Ling has ceased his leadership consultancy role at North Melbourne, focusing more heavily on his media commitments at Channel Seven in 2015.

  • Balme: Coach’s job to tell player it’s over

    “I’ve found the coach has to be involved, someone else could tell the story (to them) but it’s really the coach that owns it more than anyone else, so that’s what would always happen out our place."

  • Federer forced to work at Swiss Indoors

    Top seed Roger Federer overcame a slow start to progress to the quarter-finals at the Swiss Indoors in Basel after a three-set win over Uzbekistan’s Denis Istomin on Friday.

  • I'm ready to play says new Sun Hallahan

    Gold Coast recruit Mitch Hallahan believes the prospect of playing on a regular basis was something that was simply too good to refuse after being starved of opportunities at the Hawks.

  • Muscat: Pressure on City to perform

    Melbourne Victory coach Kevin Muscat isn't sure how Melbourne City will cope with the added expectation of winning tomorrow night’s derby at a near capacity Etihad Stadium.

  • Steve Nash out for year with back injury

    Los Angeles Lakers guard Steve Nash will not play in the 2014/15 NBA season after sustaining yet another serious back injury that will require a long period of rest.

  • Balotelli causes more headaches for Rodgers

    Liverpool striker Mario Balotelli is causing more issues for Liverpool since his move to Merseyside – and not just for his lack of goals. The Italian is being investigated by police after claims that he “threatened” a woman as she took photos of his Ferrari.

  • Socceroos drop to record low

    The Socceroos have slumped to their lowest-ever world ranking of 94th after winning just two of their past 11 games.

  • Wheeler’s Staked Everything on Success

    Allen Deed has the chance to complete a remarkable four-peat for the Wheeler family in arguably the world’s most difficult greyhound race, the SKY Racing Topgun at The Meadows.

  • Aces sign well-travelled US coach

    New Melbourne Aces coach Tommy Thompson is excited at the chance of working in a fresh league and helping develop some promising prospects in the upcoming ABL season.

  • Ings: AFL, ASADA need to end this now

    An AFL tribunal to deliberate on the Essendon doping scandal needs to be convened to end the matter as soon as possible, according to former ASADA CEO Richard Ings.

  • Brock disappointed with Blues flip-flop

    Brock McLean is angry and disappointed that Carlton had led him to believe he would be playing for the Blues next year only to delist the midfielder whilst enjoying his post-season holiday.