National Sport

Tue 16 Oct 2018

‘I don’t expect it to get done’: Cats on Kelly

‘I don’t expect it to get done’: Cats on Kelly

GEELONG doesn’t think a deal to send Tim Kelly to West Coast will be completed before the deadline with both clubs unwilling to budge on their trade value.

Peachey blames Titans confusion on miscommunication

Peachey blames Titans confusion on miscommunication

TYRONE Peachey has finally to put to bed reports he would backflip on the Titans to stay in Penrith next season, blaming miscommunication for the confusion.

Thurston reveals Broncos deal was nearly done

Thurston reveals Broncos deal was nearly done

JOHNATHAN Thurston has revealed he gave serious consideration to an approach to join the Broncos in 2012, before recommitting to the Cowboys.

Healy: Renshaw ‘not aggressive enough’ for Pakistan series

Healy: Renshaw ‘not aggressive enough’ for Pakistan series

MATT Renshaw is set to remain on the sidelines for the second Test against Pakistan but Ian Healy believes the opener remains firmly in the Test equation.

NRL chaos after Eels’ stadium snub

NRL chaos after Eels’ stadium snub

IT was supposed to be Australia’s $300m sporting marvel, but Parramatta has thrown the 2019 NRL season into disarray by rejecting Western Sydney Stadium.

Suns star May opens doors for Melbourne move

Suns star May opens doors for Melbourne move

GOLD Coast star Steven May has reportedly green-lit a move to any Melbourne-based club, setting the scene for a series of last-gasp offers.

Payne backs blinkers to switch on lazy Ace

Payne backs blinkers to switch on lazy Ace

TRAINER David Payne has assured jockey Damien Oliver that Ace High is a “lazy” trackworker after the Caulfield Cup contender was soundly beaten in a gallop.

Wallaby coming home — but what about Quade?

Wallaby coming home — but what about Quade?

MELBOURNE remain tight lipped about securing Reds discard Quade Cooper but have formally announced that lock Luke Jones is returning to the Super Rugby club.

Bowman primed for spring carnival

Bowman primed for spring carnival

AFTER months of preparation, Hugh Bowman knows the next three weeks are effectively his grand final, and the jockey is champing at the bit to get cracking.

‘Madness’ over first trans world champ

‘Madness’ over first trans world champ

THE sporting world has gone into meltdown over angry claims and counter-claims involving a world championship event.

Legend slams ‘worst list in AFL history’

Legend slams ‘worst list in AFL history’

AS the AFL trade period enters its penultimate day, one club has been slammed by Bombers great Matthew Lloyd for a devastating run.

‘Get the checkbook out’: Floyd responds to Khabib call-out

‘Get the checkbook out’: Floyd responds to Khabib call-out

FLOYD Mayweather has responded to Khabib Nurmagomedov after the UFC lightweight champion challenged the 50-0 boxer to a fight.

The $1.5 trillion Saudi prince in United takeover talks

The $1.5 trillion Saudi prince in United takeover talks

A PREMIER League powerhouse is the latest target for investment for a Saudi prince who is pondering a potential takeover of the club.

Fifita fumes over Sharks’ Tonga snub

Fifita fumes over Sharks’ Tonga snub

ANDREW Fifita has let fly at his own NRL club, accusing Cronulla of disrespecting his representative achievements for Tonga.

Australia’s best chance to end seven-year drought

Australia’s best chance to end seven-year drought

AUSTRALIAN skipper Tim Paine vowed his team would do its utmost to win the second Test against Pakistan for a first series win in Asia since 2011.

7 things every Aussie gets wrong in the USA

7 things every Aussie gets wrong in the USA

Most Australians like to think they have a fair idea about American culture, but even some seasoned travellers aren’t aware of this etiquette rule.

Extraordinary story melts Australia

Extraordinary story melts Australia

FROM fleeing conflict in Sudan to playing for the green and gold, it’s safe to say this childhood pair have captured Australia’s heart.

History shattered in Poms’ record romp

History shattered in Poms’ record romp

ENGLAND has shown its World Cup run was no fluke as they smashed a series of long-standing records in a famous result against Spain.

New Socceroos era begins with a bang

New Socceroos era begins with a bang

THERE were several new faces in the Aussie team in Graham Arnold’s first game as coach — and something else we’ve been waiting to see.

Mon 15 Oct 2018

Controversial decision impacts Ipswich racing

Controversial decision impacts Ipswich racing

The suggested outcomes of this series of events was for greater discussion with the club from each of QRIC stewards and Racing Queensland.

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