• Muscat underwhelmed by Roar win

    Winning is not everything for Melbourne Victory coach Kevin Muscat, who was disappointed his team could not dictate proceedings against a defensive-minded Brisbane Roar team in their 1-0 triumph at Etihad Stadium on Friday night.

  • Culbert: Watson and Fletcher should not be playing against Irish

    The decision by the AFL to allow Jobe Watson and Dustin Fletcher to play in tonight’s IRS game between Australia and Ireland has shown the league is not taking the case against Essendon’s 2012 supplement program seriously enough, says David Culbert.

  • Australian Masters: Wright leading, Scott closing in

    Queensland veteran Michael Wright has taken the outright lead during the second round of the Australian Masters. Wright is nine under for the tournament while defending champion Adam Scott sits five shots behind at four under the card.

  • Selectors forced to pick test side early

    Australian cricket selector Mark Waugh has criticised the decision to force the panel to pick a team before a full round of Sheffield Shield matches gets underway.

  • Bob honoured to be Dogs’ new skipper

    Western Bulldogs veteran Bob Murphy was today announced as the new captain of the football club, succeeding Ryan Griffen who was traded to the GWS Giants.

  • Denham on Bomber, Ahmed Saad & Dogs’ defence

    “It’s a good question, he’s allowed to start training again on January 1, and he’s certainly keeping fit with that in mind. I hope the Saints pick him up, I’m not sure if they will."

  • Robbo’s five biggest AFL stories of 2014

    The chief football writer for the Herald Sun, Mark Robinson, told SEN’s The Run Home what he thought were the top five stories from the 2014 AFL season.

  • Wallace: Older Cats could be in Danger

    The Cats are also believed to be interested in acquiring future free agent Patrick Dangerfield, which will bring about some serious changes to their list and prematurely end the careers of some beloved veterans, says Terry Wallace.

  • Batting the focus for in-form Handscomb

    “Yeah I’m feeling unbelievably well when I’m out in the middle at the moment. It’s something I’m just going to try and keep emulating."

  • The Melbourne Cup has it All

    $14,400 per second. That's what one greyhound will win in the world's richest greyhound race, the TAB Melbourne Cup (515m), tomorrow night at Sandown Park.