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In this bonkers simulated universe we all now occupy, the India versus Australia series was off to a decider.
And that’s all she wrote, folks. A series that was never meant to be even close ended up being a thriller, but with Australia’s eight-wicket loss in the fourth and final Test in Dharamsala, the Border-Gavaskar Trophy is headed back to India.
Kieran Foran is likely to make his debut for the New Zealand Warriors when the side hosts the Gold Coast Titans in Round 5, after coming so close last week.
Round 1 of the AFL season was all about speed, and not the kind that West Coast players indulged in during the mid-2000s.
The Border-Gavaskar Trophy slipped out of Australia’s grasp in the space of one manic session yesterday in the fourth Test in Dharamsala.
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A worrying story landed in my inbox late last week, pointing to the imminent death of Australian rugby. And not just at the professional level.
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The NRL should be congratulated for its recent crackdown on clubs for concussion breaches, but the record $350,000 fines only treated the symptoms of the disease – and not the cause.
Kenny Lowe, in the lead up to Perth’s match against newly crowned premiers Sydney FC, called them possibly the greatest A-League team ever.
Rugby league has been a major part of my life since I was eight years old.
This weekend’s Australian Grand Prix was a rude awakening for reigning constructors’ champions Mercedes.
Expect a lot of runs in the future from the new-look Glenn Maxwell.
Almost no-one expected Ferrari to take the fight to Mercedes in Round 1, with the supposedly informed money being on Red Bull Racing putting together the class act of the field. The Australian Grand Prix result turned expectations on their heads.
For those who seek scandals, and who leech off the drama of others, welcome to your heaven.
Reports are flying that the Western Force are set to be the unlucky Australian Super Rugby side cut in a revamped 15-team competition, however the franchise has denied they will be making way at the end of the season.
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If you want to live by the rolling maul, you will die by the rolling maul.
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A remarkable spell from off-spinner Nathan Lyon helped Australia into a strong position at stumps on day two of the final Test in India yesterday.
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Test result: India have sealed a thrilling Test series against Australia 2-1 after winning the fourth and final test by eight wickets on Day 4.
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The opening race of Formula One’s new era delivered a pleasantly surprising outcome, yet many departed Melbourne lamenting the racing spectacle as teams and drivers adapted to the overhauled regulations.
Player safety is all the rage at the moment, and rightfully so. Injuries are good for no one, not the advertisers, not the players, not the fans, no one.
There is a famous quote pertinent to Australian rugby right now.
Now don’t get me wrong, there is a lot wrong with Australian rugby at present, mainly in skill set and coaching. But according to the scribes, Australian rugby is on the verge of extinction.
Yesterday legendary rugby writer Spiro Zavos joined the “five into four” debate in respect to the future of Australian involvement in the Super Rugby competition.
The much-hyped first round is now over. We now move into the analysing stage. Here are some stats and facts from Round 1.
Special. That is the only way you can describe Port Adelaide’s effort on Saturday afternoon as Ken Hinkley’s men went over to Sydney and did what many thought was impossible to beat the rampant Swans at the SCG.
A fair bit has been written about the Brumbies apparent lack of zing in attack in the 2017 Super Rugby season.
It has been ten years since the ninth edition of the Cricket World Cup, which began in the Caribbean on 13th March, 2007 and featured a record 16 teams.
After Thursday night’s game against Carlton, something became clear.
The Australian public is bombarded with countless statistics during every AFL game: contested possessions, uncontested possessions, marks, handballs, one percenters, the list is seemingly endless.
Former teammates Russell Westbrook and James Harden are the frontrunners for the NBA’s Most Valuable Player award this season.
One big talking point from the opening round of the AFL season was the surprise upset victory of the Port Adelaide Football Club.
In this instalment of Woodbine’s Wisdom, we discuss the flailing New Zealand Warriors.
After a slow start to the season, including two losses from their first two games, the Manly Sea Eagles have bounced back to record two big victories against the Cowboys and Bulldogs.
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