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Radradra facing uncertain NRL future  >  Rugby League

Parramatta winger Semi Radradra could play his final NRL game on the weekend as he prepares to answer domestic violence allegations in court next week.

Warriors debutant earns NRL spot on wing  >  Rugby League

Warriors utility Charnze Nicoll-Klokstad will make his NRL debut against the Roosters on Sunday, replacing the injured Solomone Kata.

Kurt the Mann to replace Dragons' Widdop  >  Rugby League

Kurt Mann has been given first crack at filling in for injured Dragons five-eighth Gareth Widdop for St George Illawarra's clash with Melbourne.

Papalii's Test spot in doubt after charge  >  Rugby League

Canberra's Kangaroos forward Josh Papalii will face consequences after he was convicted of drink-driving, according to NRL boss Todd Greenberg.

Wallabies coaches on hand for Waratahs  >  Rugby Union

Two member of the Wallabies coaching staff have dropped in to help the ailing NSW Waratahs ahead of Saturday's Super Rugby derby with Queensland.

Super Rugby preview panel for round 10  >  Rugby Union

A preview of Super Rugby matches for round 10.

Victory's Rojas craves for A-League trophy  >  Football

Marco Rojas says Melbourne Victory are anticipating a fired-up, rather than fatigued, Brisbane Roar in their A-League semi-final on Sunday.

A-League semi-finals preview panel  >  Football

Preview panel for the A-League semi-finals.

Brisbane will cheer for Pacquiao: Koncz  >  Other Sports

Manny Pacquiao's advisor Michael Koncz expects most of the crowd at Brisbane's Suncorp Stadium on July 2 will be cheering for the Filipino.

Crows need to unlock Tiger defence: Pyke  >  AFL

Adelaide coach Don Pyke reckons unlocking Richmond's unique defence will be vital in Sunday's match between two of the AFL's unbeaten teams.

Tug-of-war for Thurston Roos' availability  >  Rugby League

North Queensland coach Paul Green has hinted he'll block Johnathan Thurston from playing in next week's Test if he doesn't return from injury this weekend.

Key players involved in the AOC struggle  >  Games News

Some of the key players in the Australian Olympic Committee fight.

Force, Rebels in danger of player raids  >  Rugby Union

A host of Force and Rebels players could jump ship in order to secure their futures overseas as the uncertainty surrounding their franchises drags on.

Money behind Aussie Olympic family feud  >  Games News

The original fight within the Australian Olympic family can be traced back to money.

NRL's player merry-go-round  >  Rugby League

There's been unprecedented activity on the NRL player market this year, with more wheeling and dealing to come.

AFL Suns' Lynch a born leader: Barry Hall  >  AFL

Gold Coast co-captain Tom Lynch is an absolute star and born leader according to champion forward Barry Hall, who is mentoring him at the AFL club.

Demons won't get caught short: Worsfold  >  AFL

Essendon take on Melbourne at Etihad Stadium on Sunday, with the Demons struggling to overcome the loss of two key big men for the AFL showdown.

Lowe backs Castro claims for Warren medal  >  Football

Perth Glory import Diego Castro has produced yet another sparkling A-League campaign, and he shapes as a key figure in the semi-final against Sydney.

Widdop absence big blow for Dragons: Blair  >  Rugby League

Melbourne's Cheyse Blair admits it's a good time to meet St George Illawarra with the Dragons missing injured NRL star Gareth Widdop.

Scott fully committed to Kangaroos  >  AFL

North Melbourne coach Brad Scott says his commitment to North Melbourne has never wavered.

Gold Coast wary of winless North Melbourne  >  AFL

Gold Coast coach Rodney Eade says they are expecting a tough match against North Melbourne in the AFL on Saturday despite the Kangaroos' winless record.

Napa loses teeth, wins over Rooster hearts  >  Other Sports

Sydney Roosters prop Dylan Napa will line up against the Warriors in their NRL clash despite having three teeth knocked out against St George Illawarra.

Barrett challenges Manly pack to fire up  >  Rugby League

Manly's forwards stood up to Canberra in an upset win last week, and they have been challenged to lead the way against South Sydney.

Bulldogs embracing hype of big GWS clash  >  AFL

The Western Bulldogs' clash with Greater Western Sydney is one of the more anticipated match-ups of the AFL season.

Phipps, Mumm to start for NSW Waratahs  >  Rugby Union

Daryl Gibson has recalled Wallabies Nick Phipps, Dean Mumm and Sekope Kepu to the Waratahs' starting side for Saturday's Super Rugby derby with Queensland.