Carney Could be a Cooked Chook

Aug 10 Dally M Medallist Todd Carney’s career is again in limbo after yet another alcohol related incident. The Roosters have confirmed… Read More


AFL

Kangaroos President Hits Out at AFL Fat Cats

09:56AM North Melbourne President James Brayshaw has labelled Collingwood President Eddie McGuire and his Hawthorn counterpart Jeff Kennett ‘fat cats’ after they derided the AFL’s decision to give cash handouts to clubs that are struggling financially.

Soccer

Top Socceroos Close to Deciding Future

10:31AM As the deadline for finding a club approaches, two big name Socceroos are believed to be on the verge of confirming their playing future.

Tennis

Tomic Warms Up For US Open With Win

11:03AM World Number 68 Bernard Tomic has advanced to the second round of the Montreal Masters after disposing of Taiwan’s Lu Yen Hsun in straight sets.

Cricket

Visa Bungle Means Khawaja Unable to Tour India

09:11AM Australian test batsman Usman Khawaja is being refused a visa to enter India for next month’s Twenty20 champions league because of his country of birth.

Cycling

Aussie Gerrans Wins Tour of Denmark

12:30PM Simon Gerrans has continued the good run for Australian cyclists by winning the Tour of Denmark.

Golf

Adam Scott Wins 2011 WGC Bridgestone Invitational

11:38AM Adam Scott has cruised to his eighth victory on the PGA Tour after leading from start to finish at the WGC Bridgestone Invitational at the Firestone Country Club.

Other Sports

Aussie Gerrans Wins Tour of Denmark

12:30PM Simon Gerrans has continued the good run for Australian cyclists by winning the Tour of Denmark.

Motorsports

Mark Webber Could Retire in 18 Months

11:27AM Red Bull team advisor Helmut Marko has indicated that Australian Formula One driver Mark Webber could retire from the sport at the end of next year’s Formula One season.  1

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