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The Mercury

  • Vic champions out-muscle South - September 20, 2014
    THROUGHOUT last week, one common theme denoting South Melbourne’s style of football was its physicality.
  • Hot start seals flag for Hutchins - September 20, 2014
    HUTCHINS took the lead after just two minutes and maintained it for the rest of the game in the Old Scholars grand final yesterday.
  • Hobart ready for League blast-off - September 20, 2014
    BLASTING the opposition out will be the Hobart Hurricanes’ modus operandi as they look to fight their way back into the Champions League.
  • Glory arrives late for Grads - September 20, 2014
    NORTH West Graduates came from two goals down to beat Derwent 3-2 in extra time in the men’s hockey grand final yesterday.
  • Hawks survive epic Port comeback - September 20, 2014
    HAWTHORN is into its third consecutive Grand Final, after holding off a fast-finishing Port Adelaide in the preliminary final at the MCG.

Fox Sport

  • Watson injury hands Marsh Test debut - September 21, 2014
    MITCHELL Marsh is certain to make his Test debut against Pakistan next month after Shane Watson was ruled out of the tour with ankle injury complications.
  • 10 things we learnt from finals week two - September 21, 2014
    AFTER two emotion-filled semi finals we’re just three games away from crowning a champion. Here’s 10 things we learnt from finals week two.
  • Noddy: Hasler can be one of the greats - September 21, 2014
    BRETT Kimmorley says Des Hasler is on track to become one of the great coaches the game has ever seen. That and more in Noddy’s Weekend Wash Up.
  • Moore excites in Chargers‘ flag win - September 21, 2014
    HE didn’t dominate the stat sheet, but Darcy Moore proved why he is one of the country’s most exciting prospects in the TAC Cup grand final on Sunday.
  • Great eight: Ronaldo, Bale lead Real rout - September 21, 2014
    CRISTIANO Ronaldo scored a hat-trick as Real Madrid equalled their biggest ever away win in La Liga, thrashing Deportivo la Coruna.

NineMSN Sport

  • Franklin holds no fear for Hawks - December 20, 2010
    Defending AFL champions Hawthorn say facing their former gun forward Lance Franklin holds no fears ahead of their grand final decider against Sydney. Match stats: Hawks v Power--> Good timing: Hawk Lake praises four-week ban 'Absolute champion': Goodes tipped to star Nailbiter win: Hawk [...]
  • Wests Tigers sacked me months ago: Potter - December 22, 2009
    Axed Wests Tigers coach Mick Potter revealed he felt like a dead man walking during the final three months of his tenure with the club. Kangaroos woe: Slater set to join withdrawalsa> Internal dramas: Toovey targets Manly's struggles Hodkinson hailed: Ennis salutes winning play
  • James Hird 'has to go': Tony Shaw - December 13, 2009
    Tony Shaw senses Paddy Ryder's departure will be the watershed moment in James Hird's tenure as Essendon coach. Move away: Ryder wants out of Bombers Finals lesson: 'Roos face reality check
  • Reds woes continue with shock loss - November 25, 2009
    Liverpool suffered a shock loss away to West Ham, raising fresh questions about whether they have the defence to win the EPL. Play video: The worst miss of all time?--> Match stats: FC Seoul v Wanderers--> Gunners win: Welbeck opens Arsenal account Real rout: Ronaldo, Bale star in big win
  • US media pest scared of elevators - December 22, 2008
    A renowned US radio pest has interrupted an NFL press conference when he was dragged away screaming "don't take me to an elevator!" 170km/h slapshot: NHL star's destructive force Memorable walk: MLB star honoured in commercial

Sky News

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  • Bigpond News

    • Pienkna must step up for Gollan - September 21, 2014
      Leading Brisbane trainer Tony Gollan will monitor Pienkna to decide whether she continues her Melbourne campaign.
    • Bball rival vows no easy ride for Pacquiao - September 21, 2014
      Boxing superstar Manny Pacquiao should expect no special treatment when he starts playing professional basketball next month, a rival says.
    • Franklin can handle hype: Malceski - September 21, 2014
      Sydney defender Nick Malceski expects Lance Franklin will handle the inevitable hype attached to facing his former club Hawthorn in Saturday's AFL decider.
    • Almalad to run in Bill Stutt Stakes - September 21, 2014
      Trainer Gai Waterhouse will be after a third-straight Group Two Bill Stutt Stakes victory when she starts Group One winner Almalad at Moonee Valley.
    • 'No regrets' for retiring Li Na - September 21, 2014
      Li Na has addressed the media in China about her retirement, saying the next tennis star from China 'will be even better than me'.

    Yahoo! Sports

    • Franklin can handle hype: Malceski - September 21, 2014
      Sydney defender Nick Malceski expects Lance Franklin will handle the inevitable hype attached to facing his former club Hawthorn in Saturday's AFL decider.
    • Cambage ruled out of World Championships - September 21, 2014
      The Australian women's basketball team have suffered a massive blow with star Liz Cambage ruled out of the World Championships with injury.
    • Slater set to join Kangaroos withdrawals - September 21, 2014
      Billy Slater is set to be the latest star to withdraw from Australia's Four Nations campaign due to a shoulder injury.
    • Park v Sun set to light up pool, South Korea top table - September 21, 2014
      By Peter Rutherford INCHEON South Korea (Reuters) - South Korean sharpshooters snatched two early golds to put the hosts top of the Asian Games medals table on Sunday, but the highlight...
    • Goodes in great form for AFL grand final - September 21, 2014
      Sydney fullback Ted Richards says club icon Adam Goodes has copped a lot of crap this year and it was good to hear the crowd chant his name last Friday.

    The Age

    • Test debut looms for Mitch Marsh - September 21, 2014
      The burgeoning Mitch Marsh story is poised to get a significant new chapter, a Test debut.
    • Pies prospect leads Chargers to TAC Cup title - September 21, 2014
      Collingwood father-son prospect Darcy Moore has completed his much-scrutinised season with another impressive, athletic effort in the TAC Cup grand final.
    • Noise pollution fears - September 20, 2014
      Racing Victoria concern that horses quarantined near a construction site at Werribee could be affected ahead of the spring carnival.
    • Bombers must change a bad game plan - September 20, 2014
      ANALYSIS In September, there have been two complete and utter routs that were decided within 25 minutes.
    • Magpies will try to accommodate Sanderson - September 20, 2014
      Collingwood coach Nathan Buckley says the Magpies will try and make room in their football department for sacked Adelaide coach Brenton Sanderson, but can't guarantee there will be space under the football department spending cap.

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