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Siliva Havili declares the best is yet to come for Tonga

Siliva Havili declares the best is yet to come for Tonga

Tonga are preparing for a Pacific Test showdown that means more than ever in the context of the island nation's rugby league future.

  • by Caden Helmers & David Polkinghorne
Mountain biker says it's a 50.50 chance of injury every time she rides
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Mountain biker says it's a 50.50 chance of injury every time she rides

  • by Etta Louise
Canberra Times sport podcast: World Cup, Raiders, Brumbies and more!

Canberra Times sport podcast: World Cup, Raiders, Brumbies and more!

  • by Eamonn Tiernan & Kyle Mackey-Laws
The final determination of who is tougher
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The final determination of who is tougher

  • by Etta Louise

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Eels launch internal probe into horror season

Eels launch internal probe into horror season

The Parramatta board, installed when its predecessors were kicked out of office over the salary cap scandal, is about to face its first real test.

  • by Adrian Proszenko
The natural:  Rookie Ponga feeling comfortable in Maroons camp

The natural: Rookie Ponga feeling comfortable in Maroons camp

The Knights fullback couldn't have been calmer as he spoke about his impending debut and instructions from coach Kevin Walters.

  • by Phil Lutton
Uncle Josh proved to be a tough nut for Cleary to crack

Uncle Josh proved to be a tough nut for Cleary to crack

  • by Adrian Proszenko
Siliva Havili declares the best is yet to come for Tonga

Siliva Havili declares the best is yet to come for Tonga

  • by Caden Helmers & David Polkinghorne
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World Cup 2018

Australia's million-dollar World Cup question: Who will score goals?

Australia's million-dollar World Cup question: Who will score goals?

Daniel Arzani and Trent Sainsbury know Australia can defend well, but the striker and defender both believe that the Socceroos have goals in them too

  • by Michael Lynch
England triumphs despite flurry of flying insects
Putin the boot in

England triumphs despite flurry of flying insects

  • by Andrew Wu
Arzani taking giant World Cup leap in his stride

Arzani taking giant World Cup leap in his stride

  • by Michael Lynch

Insight & Analysis

Russia does not deserve the World Cup

The behaviour and values of Russia are in complete opposition to the spirit of the World Cup.

Lydia Dackiw

Gold Coast mid-season report card: Ain't no sunshine

Not many sunny days ahead for Gold Coast in 2018.

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    Sam McClure

    4 Points: At this stage, Saints have the Blues

    Richardson and St Kilda go marching on; Good things in small packages for Tigers; Fight or flight for winged Crows; Bye-bye to byes.

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      Michael Gleeson

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      Ollie Wines commits long-term to Port Adelaide

      Ollie Wines commits long-term to Port Adelaide

      Highly sought after Port Adelaide midfielder Ollie Wines has committed to the Power for the next four years in a show of faith in the club.

      • by Peter Ryan
      Demons sign Shae Sloane, sister of Rory

      Demons sign Shae Sloane, sister of Rory

      Melbourne sign former national volleyball captain Shae Sloane.

      • by Daniel Cherny

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