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Tue 25 Sep 2018

Suns reveal pre-draft player access

Suns reveal pre-draft player access

GOLD Coast Suns have revealed instead of priority picks, the AFL has granted them pre-draft access to three mature-age players and extra rookie spots.

No sympathy for Slater says Mitchell

No sympathy for Slater says Mitchell

LATRELL Mitchell sat on the sidelines during the preliminary final hoping for a chance to play in a decider. However, he said he feels no sympathy for Storm...

Miles more smiles ahead for Gai at Randwick

Miles more smiles ahead for Gai at Randwick

Big Randwick miles and Gai Waterhouse go hand-in-hand, and co-trainer Adrian Bott says the stable has the right horses ready to add to that record this Saturday

Price right for Diamonds debut

premium_icon Price right for Diamonds debut

FIVE years after she made her debut for a New Zealand side Jamie-Lee Price will cross the Tasman as a prospective Diamond hoping her first international cap.

J-Mac eyes big prize with D’Argento

J-Mac eyes big prize with D’Argento

Last weekend’s Rosehill meeting left James McDonald in a state of shock but D’Argento could change all that on Saturday in the $1 million Epsom Handicap

Storm divided on Smith’s retirement hint

Storm divided on Smith’s retirement hint

STORM players Cameron Munster and Ryan Hoffman have differing views on whether their skipper Cameron Smith will call it quits after the grand final.

Eels sack NRL veteran over failed drugs test

premium_icon Eels sack NRL veteran over failed drugs test

Parramatta sacked enigmatic back-rower Tony Williams on Tuesday after the former Test and Origin player failed a second drugs test

‘The pain never leaves’ for suspended seven

premium_icon ‘The pain never leaves’ for suspended seven

AS Billy Slater prepares to face the judiciary, we take a look at seven other rugby league legends who were denied a chance at grand final glory.

Roosters pull halfback shock

Roosters pull halfback shock

TEAMS are in for Sunday’s grand final clashes at ANZ Stadium. The Roosters have named Mitch Aubusson at halfback to face the Storm in the NRL decider.

World will be watching Everest

World will be watching Everest

US Navy Flag will be the first northern hemisphere-trained runner in The Everest and his owners say the race has put Australian racing on the world stage.

Matildas turn to youth as big guns sit out friendlies

Matildas turn to youth as big guns sit out friendlies

WITH a host of big names given time off, the Matildas will roll out a team stacked with teen starlets for their friendlies with France and England.

Mitchell worthy winner, but rucks hard done by: Tex

premium_icon Mitchell worthy winner, but rucks hard done by: Tex

ADELAIDE captain Taylor Walker has endorsed Tom Mitchell’s Brownlow Medal win but thinks two players were a little hard done by in the count.

NRL backflips on huge Mad Monday fine

NRL backflips on huge Mad Monday fine

THE Canterbury Bulldogs have had their NRL fine for their lewd Mad Monday celebrations reduced significantly.

Winx in fine fettle at Flemington

Winx in fine fettle at Flemington

WINX has arrived in Melbourne with four of her stablemates ahead of her next start in the Group 1 Turnbull Stakes at Flemington.

Dally M Ultimate Guide: Experts split on 2018 winner

premium_icon Dally M Ultimate Guide: Experts split on 2018 winner

THE Dally M Medal night is almost upon us. Our experts give their predictions for Team of the Year, as well as the major awards such as rookie and coach.

Anger simmers for grand final showdown

premium_icon Anger simmers for grand final showdown

THE battle lines between the Sydney Roosters and Brisbane Broncos were drawn before they became grand final opponents.

‘Big game’ De Goey deadly in attack

premium_icon ‘Big game’ De Goey deadly in attack

COLLINGWOOD have unleashed Jordan De Goey at full forward in their march to the grand final and a teammate rates him the Magpies’ ultimate big-game player

Cheika won’t buckle under pressure

premium_icon Cheika won’t buckle under pressure

WALLABIES boss Michael Cheika has vowed to hold his nerve as he attempts to turn around a worrying run of form in Saturday’s crunch Test against South Africa.

Whincup keen to erase a mountain of pain

premium_icon Whincup keen to erase a mountain of pain

BLOWN engines, fuel fails and a crash-causing penalty that stripped him of a Mount Panorama win - welcome to Jamie Whincup’s Bathurst nightmare.

Roosters hitman sets his sights on Storm

premium_icon Roosters hitman sets his sights on Storm

SYDNEY Roosters firebrand Dylan Napa doesn’t think he has a problem with his tackling technique and is raring to go in Sunday’s grand final.

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