GWS Giants secure first win over Adelaide CrowsSydney Morning HeraldAnother game, another couple of firsts for Greater Western Sydney. This time it was Adelaide who fell into the Giants' trap. The visitors were hardly given a sniff by an exciting young side that cruised to a four-goal win and appears increasingly to be finals ...Giants defence was key to beating Adelaide Crows, says Shane Mumford
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Super Rugby Round 15: Queensland Reds v Sharks | PhotosBellingen Courier SunHighlights from the round 15 Super Rugby match between the Reds and the Sharks at Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane on Friday night May 22. (Photo by Bradley Kanaris/Getty Images). Highlights from the round 15 Super Rugby match between the Reds and ...Is this rugby's worst clearing kick?
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Fitness battle: Greg Inglis with Queensland coach Mal Meninga. Photo: Getty ...Sydney Morning HeraldIt's the kind of news that could make NSW fans rejoice, or hide under the bed and prepare for armageddon. Greg Inglis has been in hospital, on a drip, and remains a touch-and-go prospect for Wednesday's Origin opener. With all of the hallmarks of a trusty ...State of Origin I: Greg Inglis under a cloud for Queensland Maroons ahead of ...
Mick's a 'dead man walking'Fox SportsIF Mick Malthouse was looking for some positive signs today, he wouldn't have found many on the radio with the majority of experts reckoning his days at Carlton are numbered. Speaking on ABC Grandstand, Guy McKenna, who was unceremoniously sacked ...AFL 2015: Mick Malthouse not given much hope of survival by footy pundits as ...
Eels to challenge NRL over cap rulingsDaily MailParramatta have seven days to lodge a written appeal after announcing they will challenge the NRL's ruling on salary cap breaches. Parramatta are facing a fine of $525,000 and the loss of competition points next season after the NRL issued a breach notice ...Parramatta to challenge NRL rulings over salary cap breaches
State of Origin I: Blues reserved and professional in Coffs Harbour campABC OnlineLate-night bonding sessions for the New South Wales State of Origin team exist only in Blues folklore. It's pretty professional, I've never experienced anything like this before. Boyd Cordner. The Laurie Daley-coached squad continues to take a professional ...State of Origin: Greg Bird brought in to NSW camp for opposed session
Crucial clash for Waratahs and CrusadersTVNZThe NSW Waratahs are wary of a vengeful and surging Crusaders side heading into tonight's crucial Super Rugby clash. Down in ninth, the Crusaders are five points behind the sixth-placed Waratahs, but are renowned for their late season surges - they ...Blues v Hurricanes, Waratahs v Crusaders, Western Force v Highlanders: Super ...
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Tony Abbott braves rough surf for dementia fundraiserSydney Morning HeraldIt was never going to be easy with massive waves breaking off Queenscliff beach and the bombora further out. But that wasn't about to deter Prime Minister Tony Abbott. He had personally put the event to support awareness of Wipeout Dementia and the ...'Mate, that is no place for the faint-hearted out there': Tony Abbott braves wild ...
Eagles steamroll SaintsAFL.com.auWEST Coast has cemented its early-season form and notched its fifth straight win, shaking off a plucky St Kilda to win by 53 points at Etihad Stadium on Saturday. After staring down two spirited fightbacks from the young Saints, the Eagles played with the ...West Coast Eagles down Saints and leave observers impressed
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French Open: Five questions on the starsSydney Morning HeraldThis year's second major, the French Open, starts on Sunday night, Australian time, and there are a number of questions waiting to be answered during the next fortnight. Fairfax tennis writer Linda Pearce looks at five of these issues. 1. Can Rafael Nadal ...Olivia Rogowska qualifies for French Open