National Sport

Tue 15 Oct 2019

Bird won’t fly away from Broncos

premium_icon Bird won’t fly away from Broncos

Despite testing his value on the open market, injury-prone centre Jack Bird is set to stay with the Broncos in 2020 as he attempts to rebuild his career.

Fowler wants keeper competition

premium_icon Fowler wants keeper competition

Dropping Brisbane’s player of the season for the past two years was a brave choice but Roar coach Robbie Fowler says Max Crocombe was ready to “earn the orange”

Sporting blue blood bolsters ‘Birds

premium_icon Sporting blue blood bolsters ‘Birds

She comes from a rich sporting bloodline and former Melbourne Vixens midcourter Lara Dunkley is bringing her sporting pedigree to the Queensland Firebirds

Paine backs Smith to captain Australia once again

premium_icon Paine backs Smith to captain Australia once again

Australian skipper Tim Paine says he’s not irked by speculation over Steve Smith’s captaincy prospects and is hopeful he will one day return to the leadership.

Wallabies fire up at ‘stupid question’

Wallabies fire up at ‘stupid question’

A Wallabies media event has quickly degenerated with the Aussie stars bristling over questions surrounding coach Michael Cheika.

Why Crouch is now Crows’ best bet

premium_icon Why Crouch is now Crows’ best bet

With Eddie Betts joining the list of Crows departures, the first task for Adelaide’s new coach is to lock down Brad Crouch long term.

Tedesco claims another prize

premium_icon Tedesco claims another prize

Roosters star James Tedesco added to his creaking trophy cabinet by taking out the Players’ Champion award at the Rugby League Players Association awards.

Everest can bask in Sunlight with right gate

Everest can bask in Sunlight with right gate

She’s had a few stinkers when the marbles rolled the wrong way recently, but trainer Tony McEvoy believes with the right gate Sunlight can be there in Everest.

‘Lost faith in humanity’: Kyrgios trolled

‘Lost faith in humanity’: Kyrgios trolled

Aussie tennis star Nick Kyrgios has shared a horrific message he was sent on social media after his car crashed on the weekend.

Mon 14 Oct 2019

McLaughlin will ‘always’ be Bathurst winner

premium_icon McLaughlin will ‘always’ be Bathurst winner

Ford’s Scott McLaughlin says he knows nothing about any supposed team order that threatens to have his Bathurst 1000 title sensationally stripped.

Revealed: The blood that sparked Bali brawl

premium_icon Revealed: The blood that sparked Bali brawl

See the battered face of Storm winger Sulisai Vunivalu and the injuries that drove Nelson Asofa-Solomona to brawling on the streets of Bali.

Bunnies’ $2.5m carrot for Walker

premium_icon Bunnies’ $2.5m carrot for Walker

Cody Walker has a driving ambition to win a NRL premiership with South Sydney and at 29, a new deal could see the five-eighth remains at the Rabbitohs for life.

End the torment: Stop losing to the Poms

premium_icon End the torment: Stop losing to the Poms

When it comes to gloating, the Poms are the undisputed world champions, which is also why they loom as the Wallabies’ World Cup nightmare.

NBA season preview: Don’t sleep on wounded Warriors

premium_icon NBA season preview: Don’t sleep on wounded Warriors

The Golden State Warriors can’t win the NBA title, right? Wrong. NBA legend Tim Hardaway on why everyone fears the wounded Warriors. GUIDE TO SEASON 2019-20

Mooy reveals Socceroos plan to tear defence apart

premium_icon Mooy reveals Socceroos plan to tear defence apart

The Socceroos can close in on a fifth consecutive World Cup with a win over Chinese Taipei and Aaron Mooy has revealed how they hope to pile on the goals.

Ipswich boost for father, daughter team

premium_icon Ipswich boost for father, daughter team

APPRENTICE jockey Corey Bayliss won at Ipswich aboard Special Thing to set up a double for newly formed training partnership of Tony and Maddysen Sears.

The Lion who could unlock trade period

premium_icon The Lion who could unlock trade period

Brisbane small forward Lewis Taylor’s potential move to Sydney could be the first domino to fall in a trade period that has promised much but delivered little.

Bathurst winner may be stripped of title

premium_icon Bathurst winner may be stripped of title

In a dramatic move, Bathurst winner Scott McLaughlin may lose his title, after his team was charged with issuing an order to deliberately slow opposition cars.

Cowboys pounce on Tigers discard

premium_icon Cowboys pounce on Tigers discard

North Queensland have wasted little time moving on from their disappointing 2019 season by signing one of the Wests Tigers’ most impressive outside backs.

Betts a Blue again in ‘fairytale ending’

premium_icon Betts a Blue again in ‘fairytale ending’

Eddie Betts has returned to the club where he started his AFL career, finalising a move to Carlton after five years at the Adelaide Crows.

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