league

NRL players refuse to yield on pay

Representative star Robbie Farah said the players are prepared to fight as long as it takes to get the right outcome as frustration rises over the NRL's reluctance to increase the $5million salary cap for next season.
football

Phoenix call on McMaster

Goalkeeper Griffin McMaster is set for a second spell at the Wellington Phoenix, as a temporary replacement for Glen Moss.
football

Beckham not thinking of England

David Beckham says a return to the English Premier League is unlikely as he weighs up a number of offers to continue his playing career.
cricket

Hastings handed Test cap

Australia have finalised their XI for the third Test against South Africa at the WACA Ground, with Victorian John Hastings' debut relegating Josh Hazlewood to 12th man duties.
other

Pacquiao: Bad decisions part of boxing

Filipino boxer Manny Pacquiao believes bad decisions by judges are a normal part of the sport and should not be dwelled upon.
rugby

Pocock returns for Wallabies

David Pocock has been named as one of three changes to the Wallabies' starting line-up ahead of the team's final Test of 2012.
cricket

Taylor lauds 'exciting' quicks

New Zealand captain Ross Taylor hailed his bowlers whose hot form ensured they left Sri Lanka with a win to savour on the long trip home.
league

Toovey: Stick to the suburbs

Manly coach Geoff Toovey has warned against a move away from suburban grounds, declaring it would be a 'fatal blow' to rugby league.
rugby

Hemisphere gap could be a chasm

England and Wales have one final opportunity on Saturday to show that rugby union's traditional north/south divide has not become a chasm.
rugby

Loss would leave worries for Wales

Warren Gatland has adopted a philosophical approach to the fate that could await Wales in next Monday's 2015 Rugby World Cup pool draw.
rugby

England have no fears

Ben Youngs is convinced the challenge of taking on world champions New Zealand at Twickenham, on the back of two frustrating results, will bring the best out of England.
rugby

Lions will need a No.7

British and Irish Lions coach Warren Gatland believes the tourists will need to employ the services of a specialist openside flanker if they are to triumph in Australia next summer, potentially denting England captain Chris Robshaw's aspirations.
football

Dempsey unappreciated by Fulham

Tottenham attacker Clint Dempsey says he left Fulham because he did not 'feel valued and appreciated' at the west London club.
rugby

Embarrassed All Blacks set for England

Steve Hansen admits New Zealand were embarrassed by Andrew Hore's assault on Bradley Davies and understands the disapproval around the nature of his ban.
rugby

Gatland undecided on Lions' skipper

Warren Gatland is no closer to making deciding who will captain the British and Irish Lions on next year's tour to Australia.
football

Beckham still has Premier ambitions

LA Galaxy midfielder David Beckham has refused to rule out a return to the Premier League.
cricket

Leave Sachin alone, says Kumble

Former India skipper Anil Kumble has thrown his weight behind Sachin Tendulkar insisting that the batting maestro must be given the respect he deserves.
cricket

Ponting's retirement stuns Clarke

Australia captain Michael Clarke says his team are stunned and saddened by the retirement of batting great Ricky Ponting.
cricket

CD out to big lead in Plunket Shield

Central Districts strengthened their position at the head of the Plunket Shield table with a10-2icket win over Otago in Napier on Thursday.
cricket

Ponting bows out on his terms

Ricky Ponting says he is glad to have been able to leave Test cricket on his own terms after announcing his retirement in Perth on Thursday.
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