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The Mercury

  • Woods’ Games slump returns - July 29, 2014
    TASMANIAN boxer Jackson Woods says he is disappointed with his elimination in his first fight at the Commonwealth Games.
  • Camp invite drop fuels draft fears - July 29, 2014
    THE threat to Tasmania’s football relevance from the burgeoning talent in northern states is starkly demonstrated by this year’s draft combine invitations.
  • Pies wary of wounded Roos - July 29, 2014
    CLARENCE may be battered and bruised, but Glenorchy is not buying into doomsayers’ predictions of the end of the Roos.
  • These sisters are absurdly good - July 29, 2014
    CATE and Bronte Campbell have finished first and second in the 100m freestyle this morning, and their Australian teammates have dominated the pool again.
  • Big squad packs powerful punch - July 28, 2014
    ARMED with a mix of youth, talent and experience, Tasmania will send its biggest team to the Australian Karate Federation’s national championships.

Fox Sport

  • Kookaburras survive scare from India - July 29, 2014
    FOUR years ago Australia handed India the mother of all hidings in the Commonwealth Games men’s hockey final in Delhi.
  • Greatest medal celebration ever? - July 29, 2014
    LIVE: A NIGERIAN table tennis player has found a whole new way to salute a bronze medal with one of the more risque celebrations you’re ever likely to see.
  • Aussie trio through to long jump final - July 29, 2014
    DEFENDING long jump champion Fabrice Lapierre has produced a season’s best on his final jump to again put himself in the medal conversation.
  • Relive magical night of FFA Cup action - July 29, 2014
    NIGHT one of the FFA Cup round of 32 has delivered immediate magic with fourth tier South Springvale progressing on a night with 15 goals.
  • Legendary 10 honoured in SA Football Hall of Fame - July 29, 2014
    CROWS great Tony Modra and Bulldogs twins Chris and James Gowans led the parade of champions to the first inductions to the SA Football Hall of Fame at Adelaide Oval.

NineMSN Sport

  • Aussie shooter wins Glasgow gold - July 18, 2014
    Australia's David Chapman has claimed gold in the men's 25m rapid fire pistol event at the Commonwealth Games. Commonwealth Games: Medal table Swim relays: Aussie B-teams get job done Long jump: Three Aussies through to final
  • Vickery cops AFL ban for Cox hit - December 20, 2010
    Richmond's Tyrone Vickery has been given a four-game suspension by the AFL tribunal for his crude hit on Dean Cox. Match stats: Magpies v Crows--> Hawk poached: Saints snare coach Sad end: Another veteran calls it quits Play video: Bombers to wheel out stars--> Your say: Are Carlton the r [...]
  • 'Tahs not dwelling on dreadful record - December 13, 2010
    NSW Waratahs aren't worrying for a single second about their dreadful drought against the Crusaders going into the Super Rugby final. Match stats: Waratahs v Brumbies--> Nervous bench: Waratahs unchanged for final NZ selection: Lack of game time doesn't hurt All Black Player ratings: Ca [...]
  • Tallis stands by Farah comments - May 18, 2008
    NRL commentator Gorden Tallis is standing by his revelation that Wests Tigers captain Robbie Farah told him Mick Potter could not coach. Play video: McKinnon leads out Knights, Titans --> Match stats: Raiders v Rabbitohs--> Halves blow: Souths get mixed injury news Roosters claim: JWH a marked [...]
  • Prince Harry photobombs NZ coach - February 24, 2008
    Prince Harry has followed his grandmother Queen Elizabeth II into the photobomb craze in an image of New Zealand's sevens coach. Commonwealth Games: Medal table--> Play video: Parko's perfect 10 at J-Bay--> In photos: Glasgow welcomes the world--> Glasgow first: Teen fails Games d [...]

Sky News

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  • Bigpond News

    • Iran's Dejagah leaves Fulham for Qatar - July 30, 2014
      Ashkan Dejagah, who made 49 appearances during his two seasons at Fulham, will be joining Qatari club Al Arabi.
    • Kookaburras braced for physical test - July 30, 2014
      Australia's men's hockey team remain confident of keeping their golden Commonwealth Games run going, but admit they'll be in for a major physical test.
    • Barkley signs new four-year Everton deal - July 30, 2014
      England midfielder Ross Barkley had been linked with clubs including Manchester United, but he's signed a new four-year contract with Everton.
    • Aussies guaranteed two boxing medals - July 30, 2014
      Andrew Moloney and Joe Goodall are guaranteed at least bronze boxing medals after winning the quarter-finals at the Commonwealth Games.
    • Ali lets his cricket do the talking - July 30, 2014
      India were 214 for five at tea in reply to England's imposing 569 for seven declared, a deficit of 355 runs, and needing a further 156 to avoid the follow-on.

    Yahoo! Sports

    • Macho sport looks to feminine side in women's World Cup - July 29, 2014
      By Andrew Callus PARIS (Reuters) - It is seen as the ultimate macho sport, but for the 12 captains in Paris on Tuesday at the official launch of the women's World Cup there is much more...
    • Cooper stoked with mountain bike gold - July 29, 2014
      Anton Cooper attributes training in the Port Hills and his mum's cooking as key ingredients in his upset mountain bike gold medal in Glasgow.
    • Kookaburras braced for physical test - July 29, 2014
      Australia's men's hockey team remain confident of keeping their golden Commonwealth Games run going, but admit they'll be in for a major physical test.
    • Kookaburras braced for physical test - July 29, 2014
      Australia's men's hockey team remain confident of keeping their golden Commonwealth Games run going, but admit they'll be in for a major physical test.
    • Diver Stone encouraged by lead-up form - July 29, 2014
      Consistency is the key for teenage diver Liam Stone as he looks to hit new personal best scores at the Commonwealth Games.

    The Age

    Sydney Morning Herald

    • The man uniting the Wests Tigers - July 29, 2014
      West Tigers come together for Simon Dwyer's big battle.
    • Tigers backer stays despite instability - July 29, 2014
      Billionaire developer Harry Triguboff hopes ''commonsense will prevail'' at Wests Tigers after extending Meriton's sponsorship with the embattled club.
    • Crusaders will topple Tahs: Mehrtens - July 29, 2014
      The Crusaders' ability to lift on the big stage will enable them to hold up the Super Rugby trophy, predicts Andrew Mehrtens.
    • Douglas deserved Test jersey: Douglas - July 29, 2014
      Waratahs coach Michael Cheika said workhorse second rower Kane Douglas "deserved" to wear a Wallabies jersey this year despite his upcoming move to Ireland.
    • Burgess feared for NRL career - July 29, 2014
      Rugby union-bound Sam Burgess admits he thought his NRL career may have been over when he was forced from GIO Stadium with a shoulder injury.

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