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Wed 5 Sep 2018

‘I look like a goose’: How Bulldogs’ Mad Monday embarrassed Beattie

‘I look like a goose’: How Bulldogs’ Mad Monday embarrassed...

PETER Beattie has been left red-faced by the Bulldogs’ Mad Monday antics, with the ARL chairman currently trying to secure funding for the NRL from Western...

Mon 3 Sep 2018

Rocky’s finals outlook: Eagles are flying under radar

Rocky’s finals outlook: Eagles are flying under radar

FINALS a one-horse race? Not according to Port Adelaide midfielder Tom Rockliff.

Thu 30 Aug 2018

Broken system: The fundamental flaw Aussie rugby must fix

Broken system: The fundamental flaw Aussie rugby must fix

TUNE out from social media, move towards a centralised system and back the coach you hired. That’s the impassioned plea from Daniel Herbert.

Mon 27 Aug 2018

Matty Johns: Bennett’s Broncos have shades of ‘06 premiers

Matty Johns: Bennett’s Broncos have shades of ‘06 premiers

MATTHEW Johns explains why Wayne Bennett’s Brisbane side is looming as an NRL finals smoky, while the Roosters and Rabbitohs shouldn’t be too worried about their...

Thu 16 Aug 2018

NRL Run Home: Broncos made to sweat

NRL Run Home: Broncos made to sweat

Fox League commentator COREY PARKER assesses the run home in the NRL

Thu 19 Jul 2018

Gilchrist: Bigger Bash needs to maintain the rage

Gilchrist: Bigger Bash needs to maintain the rage

THE Big Bash League’s move to a full home-and-away season is a significant leap forward, but it also presents some fascinating new challenges for the competition...

Fri 13 Jul 2018

Thorn: Young Reds have plenty to build on

Thorn: Young Reds have plenty to build on

ALL the young players who have broken into the Reds this season should have a fire burning inside for Friday night’s final game and their part in the build-up to...

Sat 23 Jun 2018

Wallabies have got something brewing

Wallabies have got something brewing

Losing's never easy but the Wallabies can be confident in tonight's clash with Ireland after failing to produce their best in the second Test but going so close

Wed 13 Jun 2018

‘Perfect storm’ a recipe for F1 despair

‘Perfect storm’ a recipe for F1 despair

DANIEL Ricciardo is unwittingly part of a conundrum haunting F1 and doing more harm than good, writes Martin Brundle.

Wed 6 Jun 2018

‘It’s time’: Why Wallabies must channel Whitlam

‘It’s time’: Why Wallabies must channel Whitlam

IT’S time. Like when Gough Whitlam used that simple slogan to snap a 23 year drought and lead Labor back into office, it’s also high time Michael Cheika’s Wallabies...

Fri 25 May 2018

Day I asked Slipper if he used cocaine

Day I asked Slipper if he used cocaine

JAMES Slipper had a frontrow view of the damage Karmichael Hunt’s cocaine saga had on the Reds and the man himself, which is why this situation is so hard to...

Thu 17 May 2018

Kent: 14 players on minimum wage would still bust Dogs’ cap

Kent: 14 players on minimum wage would still bust Dogs’ cap

THE Bulldogs’ dire salary cap position has been laid bare by PAUL KENT who says the club would bust next year’s salary cap by $390,000 even if they filled their...

Mon 7 May 2018

Ennis: How Dragons will cope with six picked for Origin

Ennis: How Dragons will cope with six picked for Origin

MICHAEL Ennis has tipped a whopping SIX Dragons players to be selected for the State of Origin opener next month. But even with half a dozen stars out he expects...

Wed 25 Apr 2018

Why Tigers are a cut above the rest

Why Tigers are a cut above the rest

SCORING may be at an all-time low but the Tigers are on a high and their stingy defence is one of many reasons why Damien Hardwick’s men deserve to be favourites...

Mon 16 Apr 2018

Athletes who defined the 2018 Games

Athletes who defined the 2018 Games

THE Clark Kent of the pool finally found his phone box, a 17-year-old tied the record for most medals at a single Games, and we witnessed one of the most inspiring...

Sun 15 Apr 2018

Brutal reality of the marathon

Brutal reality of the marathon

GOLD Coast local Michael Shelley has defended his Commonwealth marathon title in extraordinary circumstances after race leader Scotland’s Callum Hawkins collapsed...

Sat 14 Apr 2018

Why Fearnley must carry the flag at the closing ceremony

Why Fearnley must carry the flag at the closing ceremony

Kurt Fearnley must be Australia's flag bearer for the Commonwealth Games closing ceremony.

Durkin: Never call a Cowboy to a gunfight

Durkin: Never call a Cowboy to a gunfight

JT is Wyatt Earp and the Lone Ranger rolled into one.

Fri 13 Apr 2018

Hockey’s bizarre scheduling slight at Games

Hockey’s bizarre scheduling slight at Games

THE Hockeyroos have progressed to the Commonwealth Games final despite being treated with bewildering contempt by tournament organisers.

Thu 12 Apr 2018

NRL report card: Parker rates the Queensland teams

NRL report card: Parker rates the Queensland teams

As we enter round six, Broncos great and Fox League commentator Corey Parker runs a rule over the NRL teams

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