The Mercury

  • Top Tassie cyclist hit by car - October 30, 2014
    WORLD Champion cyclist Macey Stewart was knocked off her bike in a hit-run crash yesterday.
  • Tassie lines up for Sydney-Hobart - October 30, 2014
    OBSESSION is the 10th Tasmanian yacht to enter the 2014 Sydney-Hobart, the biggest local field since 1996.
  • 2015 AFL fixture: Your club’s draw - October 30, 2014
    FIVE games on Anzac Day and the distribution of Friday night games are the biggest eyebrow-raisers in the 2015 AFL fixture. See the entire draw here.
  • North pleased with Hobart draw - October 30, 2014
    HOBART football fans could not have asked for better in 2015, says Kangaroos CEO Carl Dilena.
  • Campbell has the world at his feet - October 29, 2014
    TASMANIA’S newest cycling world champion is set to get the chance to ride with one of the country’s greatest two-wheeled enforcers next year.

Fox Sport

  • Live: Pakistan toying with Australia - October 30, 2014
    PAKISTAN’S batsmen are putting on a batting clinic as a desperate Australia tries everything to get a wicket in Abu Dhabi. Follow it live!
  • Trott’s Ashes return looming large - October 30, 2014
    WILL England be brave enough to throw troubled batsman Jonathan Trott in the path of his nemesis Mitchell Johnson next year?
  • Hands-on Jess is back on the job - October 30, 2014
    JESS Cameron is back where she belongs — occupying a key batting slot in the Australian women’s cricket team for the coming matches against West Indies.
  • Eels sign Watmough on four-year deal - October 30, 2014
    ANTHONY Watmough’s long-awaited move to the Eels has been finalised, with the club set to unveil the new recruit at a press conference on Friday.
  • Final trumped by low-drawing AFL fixture - October 30, 2014
    ETIHAD Stadium will host the Western Bulldogs and Fremantle on the same day it could have potentially housed 50,000 fans for an A-League grand final.

NineMSN Sport

  • Roar. Miller part under strange ways - December 5, 2012
    Brisbane Roar's title defence has taken another twist after ex-Manchester United midfielder Liam Miller left the club by "mutual consent". Scores & stats: EPL & A-League--> Closing ceremony: Russians mock opening errors--> Glory win: Goals, cards, injures rule FFA Cup Le [...]
  • Suns' offer too good to refuse: Eade - December 20, 2010
    Rodney Eade thought his AFL coaching days were behind him - until Gold Coast made him an offer he couldn't refuse. 2015 draw: See who your team plays Bye rounds: Players back two rounds
  • SBW may miss first child's birth - December 13, 2010
    Sonny Bill Williams will remain on tour with the All Blacks if his wife gives birth to their first child over the next four weeks. Aotearoa: Old foes pack Barbarians squad Full strength: Cooper, Genia get Wallabies starts
  • Eels announce Watmough signing - December 13, 2009
    Parramatta Eels have put an end to the conjecture announcing they have signed former Manly Sea Eagle Anthony Watmough on a four-year-deal. Play video: AFL player revue Part I--> School's in: Hayne attends college practice Returning chook: Kennedy rejoins Roosters
  • Live: Aussies out for revenge in second Test - December 26, 2008
    Don't miss a wicket as Australia look to get their revenge against Pakistan in the second Test and square up the two-match series. Scorecard: Pakistan v Australia - First Test Lunch update: Lyon snares Shehzad Aussie changes: Doolan, O'Keefe axed

Sky News

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    • Wales RU centre Jonathan Davies injured - October 30, 2014
      Wales will meet Australia in a rugby Test on November 8 without star centre Jonathan Davies and he may also miss the following Test against Fiji.
    • Broad denies England bullying culture - October 30, 2014
      Stuart Broad has rubbished Kevin Pietersen's suggestion that there was a bullying culture in the England cricket team.
    • Saudi heat won't burn Wanderers - October 30, 2014
      The searing heat of Dubai during a training camp has prepared Western Sydney Wanderers for anything they may face in Riyadh against Al Hilal.
    • Pakistan 2-158 against Australia - October 30, 2014
      Early indications of a possible draw in the second Test between Pakistan and Australia would suit Pakistan nicely, after they reached 2-158 on Thursday.
    • Alexander Levy leads in BMW Masters - October 30, 2014
      Alexander Levy leads the BMW Masters after the first round as Justin Rose and Jamie Donaldson had up and down days.

    Yahoo! Sports

    • Hamburg file complaint against pitch invader - October 30, 2014
      BERLIN (Reuters) - Hamburg SV have lodged a complaint against one of their supporters, who ran onto the pitch and attacked winger Franck Ribery in Wednesday's 3-1 German Cup loss to Bayern Munich. ...
    • Under-fire Singapore retain Suzuki Cup hosting rights - October 30, 2014
      SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Singapore have retained the joint hosting rights of the Southeast Asian Soccer Championships after concerned organisers were placated by planned concerts being bumped, and the ca...
    • Rio faces fight to get back into QPR side, says Redknapp - October 30, 2014
      By Mike Collett LONDON (Reuters) - Queens Park Rangers defender Rio Ferdinand, banned for three games after being found guilty of misconduct by the English FA for an "abusive" Twitter c...
    • Saudi heat won't burn Wanderers - October 30, 2014
      The searing heat of Dubai during a training camp has prepared Western Sydney Wanderers for anything they may face in Riyadh against Al Hilal.
    • Rose fights back, Donaldson rides luck in Shanghai - October 30, 2014
      Shanghai (AFP) - European Ryder Cup stars Justin Rose and Jamie Donaldson both endured an up-and-down day as the BMW Masters got under way in Shanghai on Thursday.

    The Age

    • Pakistan open solidly in second Test - October 30, 2014
      Pakistan were 1-82 at lunch on the first day with Lyon picking up the only wicket.
    • New world cricket order confronts test - October 30, 2014
      The global crackdown on throwing is evidence of the restructured International Cricket Council's ability to get things done, according to Cricket Australia chairman Wally Edwards.
    • 2015 AFL fixture: winners and losers - October 30, 2014
      The 2015 AFL fixture is one for the genuine fans, and from a football perspective it's pretty fair to the clubs as well.
    • Essendon bombs out on Friday nights - October 30, 2014
      Essendon has been handed only two Friday-night matches next season, and none in the opening six rounds, as Richmond emerged as the league's darling in the marquee timeslot.
    • Carnage as Victory hit body and soul - October 30, 2014
      Melbourne's loss to Perth in Wednesday night's FFA Cup clash has left Kevin Muscat with a litter of battered bodies.

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