National Sport

Thu 22 Aug 2019

Clurey out, Lycett back for Power’s final fling

premium_icon Clurey out, Lycett back for Power’s final fling

Tom Clurey won’t play in the Power’s potentially crucial final home-and-away game due to injury — but Scott Lycett returns at the expense of Peter Ladhams.

The mixed fortunes of Seibold’s original Broncos

premium_icon The mixed fortunes of Seibold’s original Broncos

There was a group of Broncos wondering just who would be leading them in 2019. This is how the season has played out for those players.

Williams: Folau could have made it in AFL

premium_icon Williams: Folau could have made it in AFL

Former GWS assistant coach Mark Williams says it didn’t have to end that way as he reveals the Folau he knew.

Can Foran haunt the Eels one more time?

premium_icon Can Foran haunt the Eels one more time?

Three years after he quit the club, former Parramatta halfback Kieran Foran has hit top gear and could return to haunt his former team one more time.

Pies heist that could deliver the flag

premium_icon Pies heist that could deliver the flag

Collingwood’s decision to ask the AFL if suspended forward Jaidyn Stephenson could play in the VFL this weekend was a masterstroke.

Gray still craving September action

premium_icon Gray still craving September action

Port Adelaide star Robbie Gray is still hoping to play a role in September, and says he will have to cheer on Adelaide in order to keep the dream alive.

Worst team ever: Sledge won't derail USA

Worst team ever: Sledge won't derail USA

They’ve been described as one of the worst US national basketball teams in history but that won't be derailing Team USA on Thursday night.

Former NRL young gun dreaming big in new code

premium_icon Former NRL young gun dreaming big in new code

It’s not often you get a second chance in sport but young gun Ngangarra Barker has and he’s planning to run with it as fast as he can.

Green brings curtain down on ‘incredible journey’

premium_icon Green brings curtain down on ‘incredible journey’

Superstar Kim Green is calling it quits - and the end may come as soon as this weekend if her Giants team can’t hang on to a top four spot.

Ronaldo: 2018 worst year of my life

Ronaldo: 2018 worst year of my life

The football superstar has revealed the personal heartache that led to the worst year of his life while also hinting at retirement.

Seibold sledge! ‘That’s probably why he isn’t a head coach’

premium_icon Seibold sledge! ‘That’s probably why he isn’t a head coach’

Broncos coach has fired back at Rabbitohs assistant Jason Demetriou’s criticism of his finals record ahead of a fiery grudge match on Friday night.

Aussie’s boneheaded decision goes viral

Aussie’s boneheaded decision goes viral

One of Australian cricket’s favourite sons had a novel approach to playing a bouncer during a defiant century in England overnight.

De Belin drops legal action against NRL

premium_icon De Belin drops legal action against NRL

BREAKING: The long-running saga over the NRL’s no-fault stand-down policy is over after St George Illawarra forward Jack de Belin dropped his legal challenge.

Teen already staking claim as NRL’s top prop

premium_icon Teen already staking claim as NRL’s top prop

It’s fair to say Payne Haas is on track for a superstar career but the fact he is also in argument as best prop in the game at 19 just highlights his talent.

Canberra cooking up extension for Stuart

premium_icon Canberra cooking up extension for Stuart

When the season began Ricky Stuart was under pressure to keep his job. Now the Raiders will reward him with a contract extension.

Aussie big guns ‘pumped’ for home Open

premium_icon Aussie big guns ‘pumped’ for home Open

This year’s Australian Open will boast one of its best fields in years with three Aussies ranked inside the world’s top 50 among first wave of stars to sign up.

How one phone call changed Lions star’s life

premium_icon How one phone call changed Lions star’s life

By the time he was 16, Lions star Harris Andrews knew he wanted to be a footballer. But there was just one problem – the scouts didn’t know who he was.

Collingwood star suffers painful blow

Collingwood star suffers painful blow

Steele Sidebottom’s nether regions are apparently not made of steel themselves as a kick to a groin has sent Collingwood into a tailspin.

Lynch: Reasons why the Lions are top of the heap

premium_icon Lynch: Reasons why the Lions are top of the heap

There are five clear reasons why the Brisbane Lions have surged to the top of the ladder and are within reach of the coveted minor premiership.

Renouf: Broncos can’t win premiership

premium_icon Renouf: Broncos can’t win premiership

Former greats say the club is underachieving and must fight off rivals’ poaching raids if they are maintain any hope of breaking that title drought.

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