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England's conduct, cricket under the pump  >  Cricket

England's cricketers are facing immense scrutiny on and off the cricket pitch as they seek to battle back from 2-0 and keep the Ashes series alive in Perth.

RLPA calls for review of third party deals  >  Rugby League

Amid the Manly salary cap scandal, the Rugby League Players' Association has reiterated calls for a review of third party agreements.

Buffer blunder won't bother Corcoran camp  >  Other Sports

Gary Corcoran's trainers believe the Englishman has been "overlooked" since the moment he signed on as Jeff Horn's world title challenger.

Hazlewood wants the scalp of Root - again  >  Cricket

Australian paceman Josh Hazlewood says Mitchell Johnson's message to Australia's pace attack was pointed: bowl fast and keep bowling short.

Mitch Marsh no longer worried about trolls  >  Cricket    

Mitch Marsh says he's become a more-mature batsman and person since undergoing a shoulder reconstruction earlier this year.

Socceroos coach must be Aussie: Merrick  >  Football    

As FFA's panel of experts scours the globe for Ange Postecoglou's successor, Ernie Merrick added his voice to the chorus in favour of a local appointment.

Horn vs Corcoran: tale of the tape  >  Other Sports

A closer look at Jeff Horn and Gary Corcoran's career statistics ahead of Wednesday night's WBO welterweight title fight in Brisbane.

Stars thunder-struck, Haynes fires in WBBL  >  Cricket

Australian and Sydney Thunder opener Rachael Haynes has scored a rapid-fire 50 for the Sydney Thunder to rout the Melbourne Stars in their WBBL clash in Albury.

Luke Keary signs new Roosters NRL deal  >  Rugby League

Five-eighth Luke Keary has signed a three-year NRL contract extension with the Sydney Roosters.

Jets seek back-up amid more injury woes  >  Football

Irish striker Roy O'Donovan has joined Venezuela's Ronald Vargas on Newcastle's long-term injury list in a cruel blow to their high-flying A-League campaign.

Gordon exit exposes Chooks' Achilles heel  >  Rugby League

Michael Gordon's exit from his NRL deal with the Sydney Roosters has left the club without a recognised goalkicker for the 2018 NRL season.

No Tigers AFL grand final hangover: coach  >  AFL    

Richmond coach Damien Hardwick is confident the Tigers won't suffer an AFL premiership hangover.

Scorchers hit Sixers for six in WBBL  >  Cricket

The Perth Scorchers have exacted some revenge with an emphatic victory over the Sydney Sixers, reversing the result of last summer's WBBL season decider.

Pulver 'delivered' for Australian rugby  >  Rugby Union    

Outgoing Rugby Australia chief executive Bill Pulver 'really delivered' during his five-year tenure, according to chairman Cameron Clyne.

Hazlewood reveals Johnson's Ashes advice  >  Cricket    

Australia paceman Josh Hazlewood says Mitchell Johnson's message to Australia's pace attack was pointed: bowl fast and keep bowling short.

Veteran Cook has no retirement thoughts  >  Cricket    

Former skipper Alastair Cook, set to play Test No.150, says those outside England's Ashes squad have no idea about his mindset over retirement.

Tailenders' partnership key to NZ win  >  Cricket

New Zealand have inflicted a big defeat in the second cricket Test against New Zealand in Hamilton, beating them by 240 runs.

Horn relieved after massive weight loss  >  Other Sports    

Jeff Horn and Gary Corcoran have both made the weight for their WBO welterweight title fight on Wednesday night in Brisbane.

Castle joins select group  >  Rugby Union    

The female executives who are crashing through the glass ceiling in Australian sport.

Scott ponders extending NRL career  >  Rugby League    

Matt Scott admits his NRL career may stretch beyond 2019 after the North Queensland co-captain missed most of this year through injury.

City can be stronger without Cahill  >  Football    

It's a case of no Tim Cahill, no worries for Melbourne City's midfield tyro Stefan Mauk.

Pies' Elliott upbeat after ankle surgery  >  AFL    

Collingwood's Jamie Elliott is targeting a return to full AFL training in late February after ankle surgery.

Black Jack wins Big Boat Challenge  >  Other Sports

Black Jack has shaded fellow supermaxi Wild Oats XI in Tuesday's Big Boat Challenge on Sydney Harbour.

Injuries to test Glory's A-League depth  >  Football

Perth Glory will be without a host of first-team regulars in Saturday night's A-League clash with Wellington Phoenix.

Rugby Australia hand Castle the reins  >  Rugby Union    

Former Canterbury and Netball New Zealand chief executive Raelene Castle has been confirmed as the new CEO of Rugby Australia.