league

Panthers claw their way into eight

The Penrith Panthers have moved back into the top-eight courtesy of a solid 25-10 victory over the St George/Illawarra Dragons at Centrebet Stadium on Saturday night.
league

Tigers weather Storm

A wet weather master class from skipper Robbie Farah and some brilliance from Tim Simona has helped inspire the Wests Tigers to an upset 22-4 win over Melbourne in atrocious conditions at Leichhardt Oval on Saturday night.
league

Waerea-Hargreaves won't change style

He is renowned for treading a fine line – and sometimes overstepping it – when it comes to the aggression stakes but the Roosters won't be asking Jared Waerea-Hargreaves to change his confrontational style.
rugby

Rennie confident of SBW return

Could Sonny Bill Williams make a spectacular return to the Chiefs in 2014?
league

Raiders suffer double blow

Canberra are facing a backline crisis which threatens to derail their finals prospects after two more of their attacking stars went down with injury against South Sydney on Friday night.
league

Maguire plays down hype

South Sydney coach Michael Maguire says the intense competition for spots in his side will ensure they don't peak too early before fighting for the major prize at the end of the season.
cricket

Giles: Pietersen 'dangerous' heading into Ashes

Kevin Pietersen will be in "dangerous" form in the upcoming Ashes series, England's limited-overs coach Ashley Giles has warned.
motorsport

Bautista leads, Marquez crashes in Assen

Alvaro Bautista recorded the fastest time of the third free practice session ahead of the MotoGP in Assen on Friday.
league

Farah plays down Benji exit talk

Wests Tigers skipper Robbie Farah says all the speculation of Benji Marshall's future has been 'blown out of proportion' and he expects the champion pivot to see out his deal with the club.
basketball

Adams happy to lead the way

All aspiring Kiwi athletes take note; Basketball is the new rugby.
rugby

North issues apology for finger point

A contrite George North has apologised for pointing his finger at Will Genia while scoring his brilliant solo try in Saturday's series opener against the Wallabies in Brisbane.
other

Diamondbacks too strong in MLB

The Arizona Diamondbacks have edged out the Washington Nationals 3-2 in the 11th inning to increase their lead in the National League West.
rugby

Gibbs wants Lions to target Folau

Former British and Irish Lions centre Scott Gibbs says the tourists must target Israel Folau in order to close out the series in Melbourne on Saturday night.
basketball

Adams drafted by Oklahoma City Thunder

"With the 12th pick in the 2013 NBA Draft, the Oklahoma City Thunder select Steven Adams from Rotorua, New Zealand and the University of Pittsburgh."
league

Scans not good for injured Gallen

Paul Gallen will need to call on all his remarkable powers of recovery to be fit for the State of Origin decider after it was revealed his foot injury should keep him out for between three and five weeks.
rugby

Folau issues warning to Lions

Wallabies winger Israel Folau has sent a chilling warning to the British and Irish Lions ahead of Saturday's must-win clash in Melbourne, insisting he can improve on his stunning debut performance in his second Test outing this weekend.
other

Adams wins World Challenge with big throw

Valerie Adams has given her family cause for celebration as they prepare for the biggest night of her younger brother Stephen's life.
rugby

Horwill focused on Wallabies

Wallabies captain James Horwill is adamant he has no case to answer despite the IRB's unprecedented decision to appeal Sunday's not guilty verdict after he was charged with stamping British and Irish Lions lock Alun Wyn Jones.
horseracing

Phelan set for Wellington Steeples

Lanky jumps jockey Shaun Phelan can't wait for the Wellington Steeples in a couple of weeks.
cricket

Watson ready for English quicks

Shane Watson has reiterated his 'love' for opening the batting after producing 90 off 94 balls at the top of the order in Australia's tour match versus Somerset.
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