News

  • Wildly expensive Super Bowl ads go viral

    Apart from the actual game between the New England Patriots and Seattle Seahawks many people will be keen to watch the Super Bowl for the host of commercials that will run during the extravagant sporting event.

  • Clarke makes 51 for Wests, says back is good

    Australia’s Test and ODI captain Michael Clarke batted for almost three hours on Saturday in a Sydney grade cricket match in his first time on the field since hamstring surgery.

  • Davutovic: Tim will score tonight

    Tim Cahill will score for the Socceroos against the Korea Republic in the final of the Asian Cup at Stadium Australia, says David Davutovic.

  • Robbo: Tribunal result will end careers, either way

    The tribunal hearing that will decide if 34 past and present Essendon players should be punished for the club’s supplement program in 2012 will have huge ramifications regardless of the decision, says Mark Robinson.

  • Crameri’s Shepparton Disco

    Western Bulldogs star Stewart Crameri has been training hard over the summer and so has his greyhound Disco Rain.

  • Masur: Gap between top players closing

    Davis Cup interim captain Wally Masur says the competition is very close this year and the gap between the top ranked players is closing.

  • Blues setting big, tall targets

    Carlton captain Marc Murphy says coach Mick Malthouse will have a number of key position players to choose from for their forward line this season.

  • Spiranovic: We can go all the way

    Socceroos defender Matthew Spiranovic says the players are highly aware of how important winning the Asian Cup would be for the sport in Australia.

  • Gideon Haigh on Clarke and BBL in Melb

    Michael Clarke is highly unlikely to be able to prove that he is physically capable of playing in the upcoming World Cup and most people are not that worried about it, says Gideon Haigh.

  • De Stoop: Carlton need quick development

    Carlton showed last year that it cannot again rely too heavily on their core group of quality players if they want to have any chance of playing finals this season, says Julian de Stoop.

  • Ralph: Bomber was close, Hird still doubtful

    Mark Thompson was very close to continuing his job as coach of Essendon late last year and James Hird is still not a guarantee to be in the position when this season starts, says Jon Ralph.