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Woods embraces Tigers' tough times in NRL  >  Rugby League

In the strongest sign yet that he is willing to stick around at Concord, Aaron Woods says he is enjoying the curveballs being thrown at him as club captain.

Slater showing glimpses of best: Bellamy  >  Rugby League

Melbourne veteran Billy Slater set up a try and played 80 minutes for the first time since coming back from twin shoulder reconstructions.

Foran racing clock to take on Titans  >  Rugby League

Warriors playmaker Kieran Foran is racing the clock to take on the Gold Coast after the star recruit was a late scratching from his NRL return on Sunday.

Widdop shrugs off crash to lead Dragons  >  Rugby League

St George Illawarra skipper Gareth Widdop was involved in a car accident just hours before leading his side out for their NRL clash with the Warriors.

Magpies settled but coach keeping mum  >  Other Sports

Collingwood appear to have solved their problems at goal attack after a last-gasp win over the Swifts but coach Kristy Keppich-Birrell is giving little away.

Soaring Sydney FC chase A-League history  >  Football

Sydney FC have wrapped up the Premiers' Plate but coach Graham Arnold has set his side a bigger target - to be the A-League's best ever.

Mercedes F1 team hungry like their Wolff  >  Motor Sports

The boss of Mercedes' Formula One team says a rare grand prix defeat in Australia will prove character-building.

Smith ready to leave EPL for game time  >  Football

Brad Smith is one of few Australians in the English Premier League but concedes he will soon need to change that if he doesn't spend more time on the park.

Scoring in vogue as sun shines on AFL  >  AFL

Geelong coach Chris Scott says the good weather at this time of year promotes high-scoring games, but it will probably be different once winter kicks in.

Opening round takes toll on AFL veterans  >  AFL

Nick Riewoldt, Drew Petrie and Dale Morris are all nursing injuries after round one in the AFL.

Aussie quicks earn praise of India opener  >  Cricket

India opener KL Rahul was full of praise for Australia's new-ball pairing of Pat Cummins and Josh Hazlewood.

Ricciardo moves on from grand prix woes  >  Motor Sports

Formula One driver Daniel Ricciardo says his miserable Australian Grand Prix will give him extra motivation for the rest of the season.

Snapshot for day 2 of the fourth Test  >  Cricket

A snapshot of day two of the Test cricket series decider between Australia and India in Dharamsala.

Merrin backs Wallace for NSW Origin gig  >  Rugby League

Peter Wallace's exploits for Penrith in their record NRL win over Newcastle has renewed debate of a possible State of Origin recall for NSW this year.

Dangerfield stars as Cats thrash Dockers  >  AFL

Fremantle's new-look forward line failed to fire in a heavy loss to Geelong at Domain Stadium.

Foran no guarantee to tackle Titans in NRL  >  Rugby League

Warriors playmaker Kieran Foran is no certainty to make his NRL return against the Gold Coast next week.

AFL sets new crowd record  >  AFL

More than 400,000 fans came through the turnstiles in round one - a new AFL record.

Crows coach lauds flexible, prolific Laird  >  AFL

Adelaide coach Don Pyke has praised the work of small defender Rory Laird, who starred in the Crows' win over Greater Western Sydney.

Sydney far too good for Perth in A-League  >  Football

Premiers' Plate winners Sydney FC have cruised to victory at Perth Glory to set a record for most points in an 27-round A-League season.

NRL round four snapshot  >  Rugby League

A snapshot of round four of the NRL.

Hodge surprised Kohli sat out fourth Test  >  Cricket

Brad Hodge, the former Australia batsman who coaches Gujarat in the IPL, has all but all questioned the reason Virat Kohli missed the Test series decider.

Ferrari prances again after grand prix win  >  Motor Sports

Sebastian Vettel says passion is behind the rejuvenation of his Ferrari Formula One team.

Crows cut Giants down to size in AFL  >  AFL

Giants coach Leon Cameron was scathing of his team after the 56-point loss to Adelaide, while Wayne Carey said they would not have beaten anyone.

Tigers thrive on emotion but no NRL win  >  Rugby League

Wests Tigers ran on emotion in round four of the NRL but still finished the weekend as one of the few teams with just one win so far this season.

Phoenix embarrass sorry Jets in A-League  >  Football

A depleted Wellington Phoenix have found late-season goalscoring form with a 5-0 A-League victory over the hapless Newcastle Jets.