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  • Simmons helps lead LSU to the top of the SEC

    Sixteen points and nine rebounds from Ben Simmons combined with 31 points from fellow freshman Antonio Blakeney has helped LSU to the top of the SEC following a 88-77 victory over Mississippi State.

  • Victorians earn payday as Watson receives record deal

    Several key Victorian cricketers have earned a huge payday in the Indian Premier League Auction yesterday, but none compared to the mammoth $1.98 million winning bid for Aussie all-rounder Shane Watson.

  • Smolda digs deep for Hunter Cup glory

    New Zealand star Smolda has held off a fast finishing Ohoka Punter to win the $500,000 Del-Re National A G Hunter Cup at Tabcorp Park Melton.

  • Dean Jones questions Aussie bats in NZ

    A number of Australian batsmen will be playing for their Test careers against New Zealand in a series that will favour their pace attack, says Dean Jones.

  • Bec Wilson: Arrogant Rod Marsh must go

    Rod Marsh must be removed from his position after repeatedly abusing his power as Cricket Australia chairman of selectors, says Rebecca Wilson.

  • Father believes Johnny Manziel on brink

    NFL bad boy Johnny Manziel may not live to see his next birthday this December if he carries on with his current erratic behaviour, says his father.

  • Port on top-ups: Why ask other clubs?

    It was a strange move by the AFL to consult with all the clubs in the competition on whether or not to grant other teams other than Essendon to sign top-up players, says Chris Davies.

  • 2016 A. G. Hunter Cup preview

    The $500,000 A. G. Hunter Cup will be run tonight at Tabcorp Park in Melton, with Smolda the highly fancied favourite in the Group One feature, one of the richest handicap stand-start races in the world.

  • Price blows into the lead at Oates Vic Open

    New South Welshman Aron Price has taken the halfway lead at the Oates Vic Open thanks to a birdie on his final hole, while SEN's Mark Allen bows out at 8 over par after rounds of 76.

  • ICC set for changes after extensive review

    A comprehensive constitutional review of the ICC and its hierarchy will likely bring about an independent chairman and better balance of power, says Dan Brettig.

  • AFL won't allow other clubs top-up players

    It has been confirmed that the AFL has decided Essendon will be the only club that will be able to recruit top-up players to replace banned players involved in the supplements saga.