Some members of Cronulla’s 2011 squad were in tears on Thursday night as they decided to accept backdated suspensions for unknowingly taking prohibited substances.
Carlton coach Mick Malthouse has revived his argument from 1985 that the game needs as many as six interchange players.
Carlton has endured some dark nights, but rarely have so many Blues done so little.
Ewen McKenzie has challenged the All Blacks to "bring their A game" to the second Bledisloe Cup clash and defend their 28-year unbeaten run at Eden Park against the Wallabies.
In the mid-1960s, the ruthless premier of Victoria, Henry Bolte, laid down two conditions for the racing industry just months before the arrival of the TAB to the state.
Nick Kyrgios loves New York. The city that never sleeps is the ideal fit for the teenaged showman whose remarkable senior tennis awakening came recently on the sedate lawns of the All England Club.
Gold Coast underdog Cameron McEvoy produced the breakthrough swim of his career to stun the superstars of world sprinting with gold in the men's 100m freestyle final of the Pan Pacs.
Paul Gallen is ready to be branded a drug cheat, saying he will ‘‘let people make up their own mind’’ after accepting a deal with the Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority on Friday.
As the AFL prepares to slap a life ban on sports scientist Stephen Dank, a lawyer who acted as an adviser to Essendon last year says any attempt by the Australian Sports Anti-Doping Agency to broker a deal with the Bombers' players before the findings of the Federal Court case are released would be "improper".
Seven times this season, Geelong has been involved in games decided by 12 points or less.