National Sport

Sun 20 Jan 2019

City and Glory share the spoils

premium_icon City and Glory share the spoils

Melbourne City are clinging on to fourth spot after completing an uneventful draw with A-League leaders Perth Glory on Saturday night.

Stars rule Renegades, eye finals

premium_icon Stars rule Renegades, eye finals

The Melbourne Stars chalked up their sixth consecutive victory at the Renegades’ home ground.

Heat’s rivals line up to sign Million Dollar Max

premium_icon Heat’s rivals line up to sign Million Dollar Max

It can be revealed the Brisbane Heat are racing to lock up Max Bryant before he hits the open market.

Manny Pacquiao’s crazy payday at 40

Manny Pacquiao’s crazy payday at 40

THE boxing legend has bounced back from a shock defeat to Jeff Horn to secure another monstrous purse in Las Vegas today.

Thommo tears into pace plans

premium_icon Thommo tears into pace plans

Former Test firebrand Jeff Thomson has put the heat on bowling coach David Saker to bring common sense back to Australia’s Test match bowling plans.

Bolt draws a blank as Open feel-good story ends

premium_icon Bolt draws a blank as Open feel-good story ends

South Australian hero Alex Bolt just couldn’t quite go toe-to-toe with self-proclaimed “asparagus”, German Alexander Zverev.

Popyrin charges into Davis Cup calculations

premium_icon Popyrin charges into Davis Cup calculations

Alexei Popyrin has charged into Davis Cup calculations after run at Australian Open.

Huge SuperCoach NRL rule change coming in 2019

Huge SuperCoach NRL rule change coming in 2019

The biggest SuperCoach NRL rule change in years will see the controversial scoring metric replaced by the new Try Contribution stat.

‘Liability’: Best and worst of Ben Simmons

‘Liability’: Best and worst of Ben Simmons

Ben Simmons went from hero to zero in the space of 15 seconds as the Philadelphia 76ers lost a wild one to the Oklahoma City Thunder.

Murphy’s joy turns to frustration after tumble

premium_icon Murphy’s joy turns to frustration after tumble

Former Cairns-based apprentice Michael Murphy walked away from Eagle Farm with mixed emotions.

Bullets gain sweet revenge over Taipans

premium_icon Bullets gain sweet revenge over Taipans

After two heavy losses to the Cairns Taipans, enough was enough for the Brisbane Bullets. They hit back big time on Saturday night.

Chappell: Finch’s struggles give selectors a headache

premium_icon Chappell: Finch’s struggles give selectors a headache

As if the Australian selectors didn’t have enough concerns with the Test team, they now have a huge ODI headache leading into the World Cup: the captain.

Christian calls for BBL Indigenous Round

premium_icon Christian calls for BBL Indigenous Round

Melbourne Renegades star Dan Christian has asked Cricket Australia to introduce an Indigenous Round into the Big Bash League next season.

Diamonds close in on World Cup favouritism

premium_icon Diamonds close in on World Cup favouritism

An understaffed and “brave” Diamonds are just a game away from taking favouritism into the Netball World Cup after beating New Zealand in London.

‘I’m the boring guy who lets his tennis do the talking’

‘I’m the boring guy who lets his tennis do the talking’

Jettisoned from the Australian Open by merciless Nadal, Minaur has immediately switched focus to Davis Cup content in his role as ‘that boring guy’.

‘Selfish’ South African star slammed

‘Selfish’ South African star slammed

Hashim Amla made the most bizarre century as Pakistan won a one-day international for the first time while taking just two wickets.

Sainsbury on standby for baby birth

premium_icon Sainsbury on standby for baby birth

The deeper the Socceroos advance into the Asian Cup, the more likely Trent Sainsbury is to have someone manning his phone on the bench.

Test hopeful’s timing couldn’t be worse

Test hopeful’s timing couldn’t be worse

Australian selectors were hoping for one of the CA XI top five to tee off against Sri Lanka but this wasn’t what they were expecting.

Meet the future of Australian tennis

Meet the future of Australian tennis

Heavy-hitting teenager Alexei Popyrin stunned the tennis world with a fightback that had fans and legends of the sport in raptures.

Heartbreaking moment Petra Martic collapses on camera

Heartbreaking moment Petra Martic collapses on camera

The “heartbreaking” moment an Australian Open star broke down and collapsed has been broadcast around the world, sparking outrage.

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