|Sydney Morning Herald|
Cricket World Cup 2015: Brad Haddin says 'nice' Black Caps 'deserved' sledgingSydney Morning HeraldAustralia's World Cup winning wicketkeeper Brad Haddin has defended his sledging in the World Cup final against New Zealand, saying the Kiwis "deserved it". "They were that nice to us in New Zealand and we were that uncomfortable," Haddin told Triple M ...Black Caps play a straight bat on Aussie sledging controversy after World Cup final
|Sydney Morning Herald|
Cricket World Cup: Fans converge on Federation Square to celebrate Australia's ...Sydney Morning HeraldThousands of cricket fans have flooded Melbourne's Federation Square to celebrate Australia's World Cup victory. The Australians claimed their fifth world title with a seven-wicket win over New Zealand in a one-sided final on Sunday at the MCG. The huge ...Cricket: Hesson won't pressure McCullum to continue
Aussie mauled by lion on safariNEWS.com.auIT WASN'T quite the start to his African adventure that he had hoped for. But an Australian mauled by a lion while on safari has at least lived to tell the tale — and he's got the scars to prove it.. Perth man Brendan Smith had touched down in South Africa less ...Australian man survives lion attack in South Africa
Aussie cricket team still partying at dawn in Melbourne9news.com.auThe Australian cricket team has celebrated its Cricket World Cup win well into the morning – with players posing for a group shot, still in their uniforms, as the sun rose behind them. This is the fifth World Cup win for the Australian team and the last One Day ...World Cup final: Cricketers and Shane Warne party hard night all night... and ...
Newcastle Jets v Adelaide United: Marcelo Carrusca goal enough for Josep ...Herald SunADELAIDE United's struggle to beat cellar-dweller Newcastle Jets 1-0 at Hunter Stadium was overshadowed by ugly injuries to Marcelo Carrusca and Nigel Boogaard on Sunday. Carrusca netted the sole goal in the 28th minute and ironically Boogaard ...Adelaide sweat on Carrusca injury
Luongo, Sainsbury to return - AngeGoal.comSocceroos coach Ange Postecoglou says he won't make needless changes for Tuesday morning's friendly against FYR Macedonia but Asian Cup-winning heroes Massimo Luongo and Trent Sainsbury are poised to return. Luongo and Sainsbury missed last ...No sentiment for homegrown Georgievski against Socceroos
Mitchell Pearce's form put him in frame for State of OriginThe AustralianSydney Roosters coach Trent Robinson reckons it's way too early to talk about Mitchell Pearce being recalled to the NSW team for this year's State of Origin series. But after the way the Roosters' No 7 played against Canberra in their 34-6 win at Allianz ...Ferguson humbles fumbling Raiders
Wellington Phoenix will learn from loss to Sydney FCTVNZIf Wellington Phoenix have to lose football games, coach Ernie Merrick says, now is as good a time as any. With four weeks of the A-League regular season remaining, there's still plenty of time to learn lessons, regroup and relaunch their championship bid.Arnold: City loss may have been blessing
|The West Australian|
Hot Fever ready to take on premiersThe West AustralianHot Fever ready to take on premiers Adelaide's Eboni Beckford-Chambers tries to block Nat Medhurst's shot. Picture: Steve Ferrier/WA News. West Coast Fever have set their sights on toppling reigning premiers Melbourne next Monday after maintaining their ...Thunderbirds blame final-quarter errors for ANZ Championship loss to Fever in ...
NRL: Warriors need more composure - JohnsonNew Zealand HeraldWarriors halfback Shaun Johnson accepts he lacked composure during key stages of Sunday's 24-16 defeat to Brisbane and says his side needs to find a more clinical edge. The No 7 has had to defend his own form over the first month of the NRL season ...Broncos show signs of putting turbulence behind them