• Aish puts contract talks on hold

    Brisbane Lions young gun James Aish has put contract extension talks on hold until the end of the pre season in a somewhat worrying sign for the club.

  • Robbo: Dogs should go after Worsfold

    “Because it’s a jungle out there, and he is almost king of the jungle when he goes about things John Worsfold. I think it would be a really bold move."

  • Port to elevate running machine Mitchell

    Port Adelaide midfielder Kane Mitchell will officially be upgraded to the Power’s senior list at the next list lodgment on October 31 after the club decided to elevate the gut-running onballer after two seasons on their rookie list.

  • Record breaking Dunk's national reward

    Two days after annihilating the domestic one-day innings record for Tasmania against Queensland, run machine Ben Dunk has been rewarded with selection for Australia in the upcoming Twenty20 series against South Africa.

  • Giles on Bombers radar since 2011 says Hird

    New Essendon recruit Jonathan Giles had been on Bombers recruiting boss Adrian Dodoro’s radar since 2011 when the former Greater Western Sydney ruckman trialed at the club.

  • Murray claims 30th title in Vienna

    Brit Andy Murray recovered from a set down against world No. 5 David Ferrer to become just the fifth active player on the men’s circuit to win 30 singles titles after his victory in the Ertse Bank Open in Vienna on Monday morning.

  • Saints not committed to Saad

    Suspended footballer Ahmed Saad’s 18-month ban is nearly over, but the Saints are yet to decide whether or not they will re-draft the 25-year-old forward in one of the upcoming drafts.

  • We were fortunate: Rodgers

    Two own goals and a lucky deflection were barely enough for Liverpool to somehow leave Loftus Road with three points.

  • GWS growth under soccer threat

    "It’s pretty significant that while we pour money into Western Sydney (GWS) and have no real impact, the Wanderers are just growing from strength to strength."

  • New show-cause notices a positive step

    “The club is welcome to the fact that this has happened – the players, the Players Association and the AFL is very keen for it to come on."

  • White: Players don't feel one-day decline

    Despite the widespread belief that one-day cricket is on the decline in this country, Victorian Bushrangers star Cameron White says that the players don’t feel this way at all.

  • Lyons remains a Crow

    After attracting interest from a handful of clubs during the trade period, opportunity starved Crows midfielder Jarryd Lyons has decided to remain at West Lakes after a recent conversation with new coach Phil Walsh.

  • Villa saves City's blushes

    Loan recruit David Villa was the savior once again for Melbourne City with the Spanish international grabbing a late equaliser to salvage a 1-1 draw for the second consecutive week, this time against the Newcastle Jets on Sunday afternoon.

  • Rossi wins in Phillip Island after Marquez fall

    Italian motorcycling legend Valentino Rossi claimed an unlikely victory at the Australian Moto GP at the Phillip Island circuit after a late crash from world champion Marc Marquez all but handed Rossi the win on Sunday afternoon.

  • Saints hoping to gain Membrey approval

    The Saints will approach the AFL to gain approval for Sydney forward Tim Membrey to train with the club in the lead up to the pre season draft on December 3.

  • Tomic's strong week in Sweden ends in the semis

    Bernard Tomic’s impressive run of form in Sweden has come to end in the semi-final of the Stockholm Open after falling to Bulgarian world No. 11 Grigor Dimitrov on Sunday.