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Whilst gridiron fans in the Land Down Under had to content themselves with a mediocre NCAA game betwixt Cal and Hawaii, Londoners are being treated to a NFL regular season game between the Cincinnati Bengals and the Washington Redskins at THE Wembley Stadium. Early rising, football obsessed Yanks can watch the game beginning at 9

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Michael Hooper has joined the short list of rugby players who can list two John Eales medals as the best player for the Wallabies, although Hooper was quick to proclaim that he would gladly exchange both of the medals for a Wallabies victory over the All Blacks in Auckland last weekend. Hooper joins George Smith,

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We feel that it is simply not cricket to compare cricket with rugby, but we understand the occasional need to create a stretched analogy in the interest of making a valid point, such as that Brendan Julian was attempting to explain the downfall of the integrity of Australian cricket. The level of civility and decorum

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Patience is a virtue, it is often said, but would it be a sin to play footy on Good Friday? In most likelihood, we will not be able to provide a conclusive answer to that question until after we are dead and hopefully in heaven. If we should happen to see representatives from the North

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Word on the street is that the Brisbane Broncos’ pursuit of the Queensland Cowboys’ Tautau Moga to a two-year deal for the next two seasons. Moga typically plays in the centres and the 22-year-old flyer would like to become a regular in the NRL, but he will have to surpass stout competition for a role

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With the game at its halfway point, the Philadelphia Eagles are having the better of the Minnesota Vikings, threatening to remove the Vikings from the ranks as last undefeated team in the NFL. The Eagles enjoy a 15-point advantage at the moment, so it is not too late to pick up the phone and get

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Ian Rush, the Liverpool striker that played sparing for Sydney Olympic back in 2000, is characterising the return of Tim Cahill to Australia in service to A-League club Melbourne City as a positive event. This is true in many ways, but can we introduce a measure of reality? Cahill is 36. His last job was

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Some reading this may be too young to remember the last time the Wallabies were able to secure a victory over the All Blacks at the Kiwi’s home ground of Eden Park. Anyone younger than 35 – 40 will be too young, since it is not since 1986 that the Aussies successfully invaded the Kiwi’s

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Nick Kyrgios, at the centre of a tempest in recent days that saw him going from first to worst in a matter of days, apparently has a low opinion of tennis writer Ben Rothenberg, calling him “the worst writer to exist.” We beg to differ, as we consider ourselves to be much worser writers than

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The antics of Nick Kyrgios at the Shanghai Masters has earned him a time-out from the ATP, which has informed him that he is not welcome at any of their remaining events for 2016. Citing “Conduct contrary to the integrity of the game,” as the reason for the ban, Kyrgios can have the suspension reduced

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