AS one of the NRL’s best young middle forwards, Jai Arrow is not afraid of getting his hands dirty — which will stand him in good stead after his playing days
Australian football’s stakeholders meet in Sydney on Monday to decide Football Federation Australia’s direction in the post-Lowy era.
Chris Goulding’s bench role continues to be a early-season success for Melbourne as the reigning NBL champions grind down the Brisbane Bullets.
A pair of big names will miss the Socceroos’ clash against Lebanon, while A-League star Craig Goodwin will likely get a chance to show what he can do.
Jeff Horn is worried he will not be up to speed against Anthony Mundine and that he will get hit hard and often trying to crack his rival’s defence.
Cameron Smith admits it was a “cool experience” having extra support at the Australian Open this year in the absence of his big-name compatriots.
They were once thick as thieves, but Andrew Symonds has revealed how a Michael Clarke insult destroyed their friendship.
The Wallabies have produced a much-needed win to raise their spirits. JIM TUCKER runs his eye over the good, bad and the ugly.
Ben Simmons responded to question marks over his ability to share the floor with Jimmy Butler but was overshadowed by an opponent.
A record number of Eels players, more than any other club in the NRL, will head into next season ‘playing for their dinner’ according to veteran Tim Mannah.
With his last drive looming, seven-time Bathurst champion Craig Lowndes reflects on the moments, the people and the cars that helped make his career.
Premiership players, All-Australians and even Brownlow medallists - we take a look at players who were passed over early in their draft to become superstars.
Broncos captain Darius Boyd has spoken of his disappointment at Wayne Bennett’s departure, but insists he will not follow his only NRL coach to South Sydney.
Brisbane training has been decidedly heated after two last-second losses and guard Adam Gibson wants the Bullets to maintain their rage against Melbourne.
Eddie Jones said his team “played like England” after they came from behind to beat Japan 35-15 at Twickenham. Next up are the Wallabies in London.
Mexico's Abraham Ancer has history in his sights heading into the final day of the Australian Open at The Lakes course in Sydney. F
SHANE Warne has turned up the pressure on batting coach Graeme Hick after Australia went down by 21 runs in 10-over-a-side match against South Africa.
South Africa became the first visiting team in a year to storm Murrayfield after beating Scotland 26-20 in their rugby international.
The harshest glare had exposed the supposed titans of women’s cricket and Australia had nowhere to hide.
Connor Watson has let the secret out of the bag: Newcastle Knights coach Nathan Brown is planning to do a ‘Darren Lockyer’ by switching boom fullback Kalyn Ponga to...