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Mon 21 May 2018

Origin over as Scott receives Storm warning

premium_icon Origin over as Scott receives Storm warning

STORM could not accept guilty plea quick enough when NRL match review committee delivered its findings against Curtis Scott for punching Dylan Walker.

Play That Song to continue on Oaks path

Play That Song to continue on Oaks path

PLAY That Song will press on to a start in the Queensland Oaks despite baffling her trainer with her latest performance.

Buddy in clear over Hamling hit

Buddy in clear over Hamling hit

LANCE Franklin is free to play the Lions this weekend after the AFL’s MRO cleared him over an incident that left Fremantle opponent Joel Hamling concussed.

Picture of efficiency: The surprise Dee among AFL’s best

Picture of efficiency: The surprise Dee among AFL’s best

MELBOURNE has booted 78 goals across its past month and a flaky utility turned ruthlessly efficient forward has played a key role in the Demons’ dominance.

How the Wallabies can get their ‘swagger’ back

How the Wallabies can get their ‘swagger’ back

WALLABIES coach Michael Cheika reveals how he plans to overcome a limited preparation as he looks to roll world No.2 Ireland in the June Test series.

Raiders’ plan to replace 245kg of front-row beef

Raiders’ plan to replace 245kg of front-row beef

CANBERRA has lost 245kgs of grunt with the departure of Shannon Boyd and Junior Paulo for next season. Raiders reveal how they plan to fill that sizeable void

Marquee man Reynolds set to return against Bulldogs

Marquee man Reynolds set to return against Bulldogs

JOSH Reynolds is preparing for an emotional showdown against former NRL club Canterbury on Sunday after overcoming a shoulder injury.

Five Wallabies bolters in Cheika’s sights

Five Wallabies bolters in Cheika’s sights

WHAT selection surprises will Michael Cheika spring on May 30 when he names his Wallabies squad to play Ireland?

Bunnies enjoy bounce in market

Bunnies enjoy bounce in market

SOUTH Sydney continues to firm in NRL premiership betting market following their after-the-siren win over the Cowboys.

Waller to have strong Queensland Oaks hand

Waller to have strong Queensland Oaks hand

TOUGH filly Savacool will join Chris Waller’s northern team to give the new Hall of Fame trainer an even stronger hand in the Queensland Oaks at Doomben.

Purton issues HK premiership challenge

Purton issues HK premiership challenge

AUSTRALIAN Zac Purton has ridden four winners at Sha Tin to eat into Joao Moreira’s lead in the premiership.

Thaiday: ‘I took offence to Napa shot’

premium_icon Thaiday: ‘I took offence to Napa shot’

BRONCOS veteran Sam Thaiday understands the NRL is a man’s game, but there was one thing he couldn’t take after Dylan Napa’s controversial tackle on Korbin Sims.

Record score denies Leishman victory

Record score denies Leishman victory

AARON Wise cruised to his first PGA Tour victory by shattering the AT&T Byron Nelson record at 23 under, three clear of Marc Leishman.

Curry explodes in two-minute madness

Curry explodes in two-minute madness

STEPH Curry screamed “this is my f***ing house” after going ballistic in Golden State’s history-making game three win.

Numbers don’t lie: Simmons is No.1 rookie

Numbers don’t lie: Simmons is No.1 rookie

IF you listen to the critics, Ben Simmons isn’t a worthy rookie of the year. Take one look at Aussie’s stats and the detractors’ condemnation loses significant...

Revealed: The world-first tech giving Socceroos WC edge

Revealed: The world-first tech giving Socceroos WC edge

THE Socceroos’ Head of Sports Science reveals a new technology never before used at international level is being utilised to help squad prepare for World Cup.

Cartwright: I’ve let Titans coach down

premium_icon Cartwright: I’ve let Titans coach down

BRYCE Cartwright can cope with the external flak but it’s the feeling he has let coach Garth Brennan down that’s eating away at him.

Ryan: Everest already top shelf

Ryan: Everest already top shelf

TRAINER Gerald Ryan weighs into The Everest Group 1 controversy as he prepares sprinters Trapeze Artist and Menari for the world’s richest race on turf.

Cap squeezes Uate out of Manly

premium_icon Cap squeezes Uate out of Manly

AKU Uate’s manager has confirmed the Fijian flyer won’t be at Manly next season due but remains confident the winger will play on in the NRL or England.

CL winners end exile, Premier League minnow’s 57-year first

CL winners end exile, Premier League minnow’s 57-year first

EVERY TEAM: After another thrilling European campaign, we have confirmation of the sides who will play in the Champions League and Europa League next season!

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