Parramatta may be forced to release Corey Norman as part of a fire sale to get under the salary cap.
North Melbourne forward asked a few probing questions by his teammates as he prepares for his 300th game this weekend.
The NRL hand the Parramatta Eels a 12 point penalty and a $1 million fine after an investigation into a salary cap breach. Vision courtesy ABC News 24
The Eels are facing their darkest hour – but they have the right man to steer them out of the mess
The NRL says it is a waste of time the two parties engaging over their salary cap blowout while chairman Steve Sharp and four others are taking on the governing body in court.
Knocked out and nursing a bloodied broken nose as a teenager ... Isaah Yeo could be forgiven for never wanting to return to the wing. Even on an interim basis. But to pick up his first representative jumper the Dubbo product is willing to relive some painful memories.
Israel Folau says Eddie Jones is doing a "pretty good" job as head coach of England but won't be paying attention to any of the pre-series barbs that have been thrown in Australia's direction.
Liberals also question involvement of former Labor deputy chief minister David Lamont.
Melbourne Renegades coach David Saker would have no qualms about re-signing Chris Gayle for next season's Big Bash, and believes the reaction to the West Indian's 'don't blush baby' interview with Mel McLaughlin was out of proportion, describing it as "a bit of a beat up".
Australia open up a six-point gap over India at the top of the ICC Test rankings.
Former England coach Peter Moores has turned down an opportunity to succeed Waqar Younis as the new Pakistan coach.
It may be time to change the academy system for the AFL's expansion clubs, Paul Roos said, ahead of Melbourne's match against Gold Coast.
North Melbourne premiership coach Denis Pagan has admitted that 'not in a million years'did he think Brent Harvey would end up as the club - and potentially the league - games' record holder.
The moaning from south of the border is predictable. But that doesn't make Eddie McGuire's latest campaign against the expansion clubs any easier to stomach for the Giants.
Injured Fremantle Dockers ruck giant Aaron Sandilands will play on into a 15th AFL season, after the club confirmed on Wednesday he had signed a new one-year contract.
James Hird's latest defeat in court – this time being slugged with a bill for $660,000 – is another chapter in a saga that could eventually cost more than $35 million.
Todd Woodbridge believes Nick Kyrgios can go deep into the draw at Roland Garros.
Australian tennis great Todd Woodbridge has lent his support for golf to be embraced as an Olympic sport.
State League 1 side Goulburn Stags face a David versus Goliath battle after drawing National Premier League leaders Cooma Tigers in the fourth round draw of the FFA Cup qualifiers. The Stags beat Canberra City 2-1 in the third round but will need to improve further to upset the Tigers, who have won four of five games this season. The Capital League clash between White Eagles and Queanbeyan City set to be a potentially cracking clash whilst ANU FC, riding high in the same division, will be optimistc of causing an upset against NPL side Belconnen United after pushing the Blue Devils to the limit last season. FFA Cup round four fixtures: Tuesday, May 10 - Belconnen United v ANU FC; Cooma Tigers v Goulburn Stags; Thursday, May 12 - White Eagles v Queanbeyan City, Tuggeranong United v Monaro Panthers; Tuesday, May 17 - Narrabundah v Canberra FC, Woden-Weston FC v Brindabella Blues; Thursday, May 19 - Canberra Olympic v Gungahlin United; Weston-Molonglo FC v O'Connor Knights.
Canberra's David Packwood thought of his late grandfather Richard when the Foxes won against the odds.
Australian women's soccer team begins first of five training camps as they get ready for Rio.
For Archie Thompson this could be the longest of long goodbyes.
Ain't sport grand - even as it throws up characters that would pass for the the Good Samaritan on a good day, and the Devil, on a bad'un?!?!!
Sydney FC don't fear any test they will come up against in the knock-out stages of the Asian Champions League after topping the continent's group of death.
A week after one of the most controversial special meetings in Victorian racing, the Melbourne Racing Club has given in to mounting pressure and declared last Thursday's vote for extended terms for office-bearers null and void.
Jockey James Winks is not a Warrnambool regular. The rider often prefers to take a break at this time of year but the Flemington based Winks answered a call by a friend and owner, John O'Neill, to come to the seaside track to ride one of his horses.
The Galleywood Hurdle has been marred by the death of veteran galloper Tuscan Fire.