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It was not $10,000 but $1500 fines levied against some of the Manly Sea Eagles who violated the team curfew to have a soiree at an adult entertainment club. That price would seem a bargain, but the bonus was that the players involved would receive anonymity. The club decided that the welfare of the players

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There is some segment of the audience, a segment the size of which we do not care to speculate, that watches motor racing for the crashes. There is a larger segment who would like to see racing move away from the parity that sees all the cars so equally matched that a race winner is

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Rafael Nadal seems to have timed his form perfectly in his preparation for seeking an unprecedented 11th French Open title with a dominating victory on clay over Japan’s Kei Nishikori at the Monte Carlo Masters. Nadal won 6 – 3, 6 – 2. Nadal is the first man since the Open Era of tennis started

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The rumour mill is swirling and it is time to do some stirring and rumour has it that Craig Bellamy might be in line to take the reins of the Brisbane Broncos from Wayne Bennett. Bennett gave Bellamy his first job as an assistant coach in the NRL 20 years ago, according to Peter Badel

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Being golf aficionados, when we saw the headline,“Langer set to be recommended as Lehmann’s replacement as Australian coach,” our initial response was confusion, as Bernhard Langer is German, so he should not be coaching an Aussie team, and Tom Lehman is an American golfer who probably has no business, despite the similarity in swings, coaching

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Is the time overdue for an overhaul to the tradition of the dramatic bounce to begin each quarter and following each goal in the AFL? While we love traditions, some of them, at least, and those who know us know how poorly we respond to the slightestdisruption to our routines, the bounce may be one

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We have to give some credit to the Fremantle Dockers. In their efforts to fast-track its rebuild, they have targeted two of Australian Rules footy’s best key position players and they seemingly have the money to go after both Jeremy McGovern of the West Coast Eagles and Jesse Hogan of the Melbourne Demons. We are

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With four rounds of the Toyota 2018 AAFL Premiership competition complete, there are no teams that remain undefeated, something that bodes well for anyone who wants to see the intricate final scenarios unfold at the end of the home-and-away season. The top eight are comprised of the Giants, Eagles, Tigers, Hawks, Power, Swans, Kangaroos, and

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Some of the athletes from Cameroon in Africa have gone missing from the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games, presumably to avoid going back to Cameroon, which is in the midst of a civil war. It is not uncommon for athletes to endure years of preparation for the chance to escape countries with poor living conditions

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Round 4 of the Toyota 2018 AFL Premiership competition bounces tomorrow night when the Adelaide Crows host the Collingwood Magpies. The next game of the Round 4 fixture will be the Greater Western Sydney Giants vs the Fremantle Dockers at the UNSW Canberra Oval. Then comes the Richmond Tigers vs the Brisbane Lions at Melbourne

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