The Mercury

  • Live: South Africa bats first at SCG - February 27, 2015
    SOUTH AFRICA captain AB de Villiers had no hesitation batting first after winning the toss for the crunch match against West Indies. FOLLOW LIVE.
  • Magpies crunch Hawks - February 26, 2015
    HAWTHORN was missing its entire premiership backline at Aurora Stadium last night and Collingwood took full advantage.
  • Hawks deal returns $30m to Tassie - February 26, 2015
    TASMANIA’S investment in Hawthorn returned almost $30 million to the state last year.
  • Anderson overcomes all obstacles - February 25, 2015
    IT is safe to say Hawthorn young gun Jed Anderson has experienced his fair share of bad luck but tonight will be his time to shine.
  • Pies army off to an early start - February 25, 2015
    THE Magpie army will invade Launceston tonight and make the NAB Challenge clash just about a sellout.

Fox Sport

  • Hird calls off High Court challenge - February 27, 2015
    JAMES Hird’s one-man war against the AFL and ASADA is over with the Essendon coach deciding against a High Court appeal.
  • Freo veterans spared in hit-out - February 27, 2015
    FREMANTLE wrapped its champion veterans in cotton wool in the Dockers’ final intra-club hitout, but a pair of young guns impressed. FULL WRAP
  • How deep does your ruck division run? - February 27, 2015
    DEPTH CHART: Which club has the best ruckmen, and who would step up if your No.1 big man went down? EVERY CLUB RATED
  • $2 million man Frawley’s debut flop - February 27, 2015
    JAMES Frawley’s dismal debut against Collingwood “wasn’t a great start” to his Hawthorn career, says skipper Luke Hodge.
  • Camporeale not going to be a ‘yes man’ - February 27, 2015
    ADELAIDE’S senior assistant coach Scott Camporeale said he’s honoured to be named as Phil Walsh’s right hand man.

NineMSN Sport

  • Penalty shocker sends Liverpool tumbling - July 18, 2014
    Dejan Lovren sprayed a penalty shot high above the bar as Liverpool lost a shoot-out against Besiktas to end their Europa League dream. Leaky defence: Spurs also exit Europa Lukaku double: Everton ease into last 16
  • Pies tout potential after thumping Hawks - December 20, 2010
    It might only be a pre-season competition but Collingwood are claiming a much-needed confidence boost after a convincing win over Hawthorn. No appeal: Hird decides against High Court action Long summer: Scott eager to unleash Roos
  • Titans accused of drugs cover-up - December 13, 2010
    The Titans are facing damning new claims they covered-up five positive drug tests following their Mad Monday celebrations in 2007. Parker says: Drug talk just rumour Mundine says: Drugs were rife in my time
  • Larkham added to Wallabies - December 22, 2009
    Wallabies coach Michael Cheika has added former Wallabies Stephen Larkham and Nathan Grey to his staff for the Australian World Cup campaign. Scores & stats: Super Rugby - Round Two--> No training: Melbourne traffic foils Brumbie Power game: Rebels to match Brumbies force
  • Sri Lanka cruise to big cricket win - December 22, 2008
    A 210-run stand between T.M. Dilshan and Kumar Sangakkara powered Sri Lanka to a big win over Bangladesh in their World Cup clash. Scorecard: Bangladesh v Sri Lanka Pace battle: Selectors mull over Hazlewood, Cummins

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    • NRL can't lose Inglis says Smith - February 27, 2015
      Chief executive Dave Smith says the NRL can't afford to lose superstar Greg Inglis to a rival code.
    • Ablett confident Suns are drug-free in AFL - February 27, 2015
      Gold Coast AFL captain Gary Ablett says he doesn't think any current players are set to be involved in the drugs scandal around ex-player Karmichael Hunt.
    • McCullum in awe of Clarke's leadership - February 27, 2015
      New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum says he was in awe of Michael Clarke's leadership following Phillip Hughes' death.
    • Cowboy is going nowhere - February 27, 2015
      In today's Lowdown we see Cowboys star James Taumalolo stay, Daniel Vettori's surprise admission about the Aussies and Chelsea's new sponsorship deal.
    • Hird decides against High Court appeal - February 27, 2015
      Essendon coach James Hird has announced he will not take his legal action against ASADA any further.

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