• AFL made room for A-League Grand Final clash

    The 2015 home and away AFL fixture was announced on Thursday morning and like every year there are winners and losers, so more so than others. But, next year’s fixture presents a clash with a rival code.

  • Maxwell, Starc in for second test

    Australia is set to recall Glenn Maxwell and Mitchell Starc for the second test against Pakistan following the embarrassing result in the opening fixture in Dubai.

  • O'Keefe could have continued his career elsewhere

    New Adelaide Crows development coach Ryan O’Keefe revealed that he decided against continuing his playing career at a new side after being offered the opportunity by a handful of clubs.

  • Federer's number one assault on track in Paris

    Roger Federer’s assault on the number one ranking is still on track after he survived a major challenge from Frenchman Jeremy Chardy before progressing to the third round of the BNP Paribas Masters in Paris.

  • Exum makes NBA debut in Jazz loss

    Australian guard Dante Exum made his NBA debut for the Utah Jazz in a 93-104 loss to the Houston Rockets in Salt Lake City.

  • Trengove likely to miss all of 2015

    Melbourne midfielder Jack Trengove is likely to miss the entire 2015 campaign after having the latest bout of surgery to fix the navicular bone in his foot.

  • Aussies are Melbourne Cup outsiders

    It is our great race, but online bookmaker has the International invaders favourite to win the Melbourne Cup.

  • Bentleigh Greens into FFA Cup semi-final

    Bentleigh Green came from a goal down to continue a dream run in the FFA Cup by defeating Adelaide City 2-1 in extra-time of the quarterfinal match.

  • Jon Ralph on 2015 AFL Fixture

    “I really like this draw, of course there are flaws in it and who knows what it’s going to be really like until about round eight next year."

  • Denham shocked Neeld & Craig reunite at Dons

    The decision by Essendon to reunite Mark Neeld and Neil Craig has baffled Greg Denham given the pair led Melbourne during the darkest days of the club’s history.

  • Rocket ready for next generation

    Rodney Eade is set to be announced as the senior coach of the Gold Coast Suns and the well experienced mentor is ready for the challenge of coaching a ‘new generation’ of players in the league.

  • Marko: A-League can’t force AFL to change fixture

    The FFA has changed the date of the A-League grand final from May 10 to May 17 due to the Asian Champions League schedule for next year and it seems the AFL has no intention of accommodating for the swap in their fixture.

  • Aussies ponder bowling change in Abu Dhabi

    Australia’s bowling attack was convincingly outplayed by Pakistan in the first Test and the selectors are considering their options for a change in the second and final game of the series.

  • Nova Peris fighting for reputation

    It has been revealed that former track athlete and now Senator Nova Peris previously used taxpayers’ money to bring Olympic sprinter Ato Boldon to Australia in 2010.

  • Waller heads Group 1 challenge

    Not surprisingly online bookmaker has Chris Waller favourite to be the leading Group 1 trainer of the Flemington carnival.

  • Royals force Game 7 with 10-0 blowout

    The Kansas City Royals dominated the San Francisco Giants in Game 6 of the World Series winning 10-0 in front of a feverish crowd at Kauffman Stadium.

  • Gaze: Childress is very lucky

    Andrew Gaze says it is unacceptable that Childress was given such a short ban and small fine for his actions.

  • Finally, Mario scores again for Reds

    Mario Balotteli has finally scored his second goal for Liverpool after six long weeks of failing to find the back of the net for his new club.