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Red cards could be coming to a cricket field near you by the end of 2017 if the MCC world cricket committee’s proposed changes to the laws of the game are ratified.
Shaun Marsh has missed out on earning a recall to the Australian side, with selectors naming an unchanged 12-man squad for the first day-night Test against Pakistan in Brisbane.
This week on Roar Live we’re talking with Roar expert Brett McKay on the Wallabies Spring Tour. What went right? What went wrong? Who’s to praise and who’s to blame?
If the results from a quick Google search can be taken as the gospel according to the internet, then next summer Australia will host England in a day-night Ashes Test.
I honestly thought this Glenn Maxwell-Matthew Wade thing would’ve blown over by now, but by not picking him in the first two one dayers against New Zealand, Cricket Australia have poured fuel on the fire.
We’re down to the final two categories in The Roar’s Sports Awards 2016, and because we’re all about the opinion of sports fans here, it’s up to you to decide who’s going to win.
If he was to retire today, Steve Smith’s career would stack up favourably against anybody.
Sydney FC enjoy a yawning six point lead at the top of the A-League, unbeaten this season in the league. But Melbourne City are different prospect.
The A-League is back for another round, with an FFA Cup final rematch kicking things off, and as always, we’ve got you covered for all your expert tipping needs.
There aren’t many in football with as much integrity as Ernie Merrick and he leaves the Phoenix having done a fantastic job.
Is there anything more Australian than beach sports?
Aaron Finch’s slump has pushed him closer to Test selection, with many believing his hot streak of fallibility is a perfect fit with the collapse-happy baggy green.
The New Zealand Breakers and Perth Wildcats occupy the bottom two spots in the NBL after sharing the last seven championships. Is it too early to write off the powerhouses?
When expressman Pat Cummins wore the baggy green for the first time, he was the second youngest in Australian Test cricket history at 18 years and 193 days behind Ian Craig’s 17 years and 239 days.
England coach Wayne Bennett has received a ringing endorsement from Rugby Football League chief executive Nigel Wood, who says he could remain in charge of the national team beyond the 2017 World Cup.
Football Federation Australia has asked TV networks to state their preferred A-League expansion club locations as part of negotiations for what they hope is a bumper new broadcast deal.
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After over a week off the park, England will be looking to keep alive the option of a drawn series against the all-conquering India when the teams head to Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai. Join The Roar for live scores from 3pm (AEDT).
Wallabies coach Michael Cheika has conceded “when you play 15 Tests against the top eight nations in one year, there’s no easy games”.
In what will be the second dead-rubber of the summer, Australia will be looking to heap more misery on New Zealand at the Melbourne Cricket Ground in the third ODI on Friday.
There are nine rounds to go in the 2016-17 NBL season but we might as well go back to square one and start again with games becoming harder to predict than the Melbourne Cup and last season’s grand finalists on struggle street.
My neighbour has featured in a few articles of mine. He’s a terrific bloke; intelligent, witty and observant.
Cricketers and cricket fans love a ‘chirp’.
Ladeez and gentleman, in the seniors’ corner, weighing in at 140kg and at 67 years old, the one, the only, genial George Foreman.
It’s that time of year. All around the country (well, the bits that play rugby league) NRL coaches, boards and support staff are sitting down to plan for season 2017.
I must admit sitting in front of my PC attempting to write something about South African rugby feels like going to confession.
By all measures, Australian rugby has had a rather disappointing year. This has been book-ended by a series whitewash at the start and twin losses at the end.
The wife of FFA boss David Gallop’s diary has been release to the public in a Roar faux exclusive.
The Roar’s editor Patrick Effeney argued on Wednesday that the Pakistan series will be about revenge for Australia.
The word on the street is that Yasir Shah will have Australia’s batting line-up for breakfast this summer.
“It is particularly incumbent on those who never change their opinion, to be secure of judging properly at first.”
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It’d be fanciful to suggest that Europe is on the precipice of taking back Formula One, though confirmation that the French Grand Prix will return to the calendar in 2018 is a pleasing development in the face of the sport’s relentless expansion into unassuming markets.
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