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Boyle singing the right tune ahead of potential Socceroos debut

Boyle singing the right tune ahead of potential Socceroos debut

The Scotsman, who qualifies by way of his Sydney-born father, had never set foot in Australia until this week. Now he's on the verge of Socceroos berth.

  • by Phil Lutton

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Milligan says squad culture can fill Socceroos leadership void

Milligan says squad culture can fill Socceroos leadership void

The veteran is full of running as he returns for a pair of friendlies as the Socceroos look for a new leader ahead of next year's Asian Cup defence.

  • by Phil Lutton
Slow burn as reality of broadcast deal dawns on cricket fans

Slow burn as reality of broadcast deal dawns on cricket fans

Historically low ratings and hype levels should serve as a reminder that pay television remains a luxury for most, not a necessity.

  • by Phil Lutton
With Big Mal on board, the Titans are on the crest of a wave

With Big Mal on board, the Titans are on the crest of a wave

The Gold Coast has been an endless dilemma for rugby league but things are falling into place for the Titans, not the least with the hiring of the Kangaroos coach.

  • by Phil Lutton
Graduation Day: Swimming's brightest talent is ready to go next level

Graduation Day: Swimming's brightest talent is ready to go next level

School's out for Australia's most-gifted teenage athlete. What's next for Ariarne Titmus?

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Heavyweights collide as Smith-Warner square off at Coogee Oval

Heavyweights collide as Smith-Warner square off at Coogee Oval

Former Test quick and Randwick Petersham president Mike Whitney can't remember anthing like it as the club prepares for a huge crowd on Saturday.

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Shooting Australia coach quits as sport looks for new mentor before Tokyo

Shooting Australia coach quits as sport looks for new mentor before Tokyo

Decorated shooter Adam Vella has left his post with less than two years until the next Olympics but the sport denies there was any rift with the former coach.

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Rugby's Longstaff review won't see the light of day

Rugby's Longstaff review won't see the light of day

The 2015 look into the culture of the game has been made relevant again by cricket's review but its contents will never be for public consumption.

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Seibold new world: But old walls could be stumbling block in Brisbane

Seibold new world: But old walls could be stumbling block in Brisbane

Wayne Bennett may be going (or gone), but changing the fabric of his club won't be as easy as Anthony Seibold would like when he arrives at Red Hill.

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'I've had a hell of a ride': Cooper refuses to see red over snubbing

'I've had a hell of a ride': Cooper refuses to see red over snubbing

Polarising former Wallabies playmaker Quade Cooper holds no grudges despite being forced out at the Reds as he prepares to rejuvenate his career in Melbourne.

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Broncos finally confirm Anthony Seibold on four-year deal from 2020

Broncos finally confirm Anthony Seibold on four-year deal from 2020

Seibold's posting has been made official as intrigue now turns to when his tenure at Red Hill will begin.

  • by Phil Lutton