National Sport

Mon 23 Jul 2018

Aussie $2 coin gets an Invictus Games makeover

premium_icon Aussie $2 coin gets an Invictus Games makeover

A NEW $2 coin is being released today ahead of Prince Harry’s Invictus Games being held in Australia for the first time this year.

Hinkley laments poor skills, ruck shortcomings

premium_icon Hinkley laments poor skills, ruck shortcomings

PORT Adelaide might finally have to give one of its untried ruckmen an AFL start as the Power struggles without All-Australian Patrick Ryder.

The Tackle: Is Bucks coach of the year?

premium_icon The Tackle: Is Bucks coach of the year?

COLLINGWOOD is flying and Nathan Buckley is a major factor behind the Magpies’ surge up the ladder as they refuse to surrender to their injury curse. MARK ROBINSON...

Hamilton addresses crazy pandemonium

Hamilton addresses crazy pandemonium

SEBASTIAN Vettel grabbed the headlines but Lewis Hamilton was embroiled in a mess of his own during a bizarre German GP.

Highlights, lowlights: Dogs can’t blame Des forever

premium_icon Highlights, lowlights: Dogs can’t blame Des forever

CANTERBURY can’t keep blaming Des Hasler, the most improved player in the NRL and more shame for Todd Greenberg — Phil Rothfield looks at it all in his wrap of the...

The great rugby nursery that gave us the King

The great rugby nursery that gave us the King

IT is the school of sevens star Charlotte Caslick as much as rugby league legend Wally Lewis and that’s what makes Brisbane State High’s rugby history so special.

America calling for Australia’s next boxing superstar

America calling for Australia’s next boxing superstar

A WORLD title fight and a potential world champion will headline a massive boxing card, with Billy Dib and young gun Brock Jarvis adding star power to the Sydney...

Lyle battles ‘mystery’ symptoms in cancer fight

premium_icon Lyle battles ‘mystery’ symptoms in cancer fight

AUSSIE golfer Jarrod Lyle’s recovery from his third battle with cancer has been hampered by a series of “mystery” symptoms that have deteriorated the 36-year-old’s...

‘Unthinkable’: Open star makes history

‘Unthinkable’: Open star makes history

ITALIAN Francesco Molinari made history by winning the British Open at Carnoustie after upstaging Tiger Woods and Jordan Spieth.

‘Loss for words’: NFL coach suddenly dies at 56

‘Loss for words’: NFL coach suddenly dies at 56

MINNESOTA Vikings offensive line coach and former Miami Dolphins head coach Tony Sparano has died at the age of 56.

Waratahs ready for Lions' den

Waratahs ready for Lions' den

THE Waratahs have already broken one of their curses this year, now they have to bust another if they're to make the Super Rugby grand final.

Titans could lose cult figure

premium_icon Titans could lose cult figure

THE Titans are in danger of losing cult hero Anthony Don, with three Sydney clubs chasing the off-contract Gold Coast player of the year.

Rothfield points finger at refs

Rothfield points finger at refs

THE Raiders are the latest to have been dudded by the refs with Phil Rothfield declaring the refereeing standards in the NRL have reached an all-time low.

Suns rate Swans surprise

Suns rate Swans surprise

GOLD Coast defender Rory Thompson labels Suns drought-breaking win against the Swans as the biggest in the club's history.

Spectacular crash at Queensland Raceway

premium_icon Spectacular crash at Queensland Raceway

THE simplistic six-corner layout of Queensland Raceway has again thrown up some spectacular racing.

Tears pour after F1 heartbreak

Tears pour after F1 heartbreak

A SHATTERED Sebastian Vettel spluttered in disbelief from behind the wheel after being cruelly denied in front of a home crowd.

Sun 22 Jul 2018

A big finals storm brews as Lightning remain in the hunt

premium_icon A big finals storm brews as Lightning remain in the hunt

A 31-goal demolition of the Adelaide Thunderbirds has not only boosted confidence among Lightning ranks but sent a clear message to the competition.

Winx expected to pull a big crowd for trial

Winx expected to pull a big crowd for trial

SYDNEY’S mighty mare Winx will draw a bigger crowd than a midweek race meeting when she contests a barrier trial at Rosehill Gardens on Monday.

Manly thrashed by rampant Roosters

Manly thrashed by rampant Roosters

SYDNEY have produced one of the most dominant first halves in the NRL to leave Manly and its home fans absolutely reeling.

Why every Roughead game feels like a gift

premium_icon Why every Roughead game feels like a gift

JARRYD Roughead has nothing to prove, but then again he did just that on Sunday as Hawks shored up a top-eight spot by smacking hapless Blues.

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