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  1. Clock finally runs down on 'Timmy Time'

    Australia's most important soccer player ever rules out an A-League swansong and plots a future in coaching.

  2. Lewis announces his retirement

    One of rugby league's greatest servants will hang up the boots at the end of the season, but Luke Lewis knows he has made the right decision following a decorated career.

  3. Usain Bolt not right fit for A-league

    Football loves a sugar hit and Usain Bolt in a Mariners shirt had the capacity to give the entire A-League Type 2 diabetes. But the FFA was right not to fund his Central Coast trial, writes Richard Hinds.

  4. 15yo in Matildas squad

    Teenage sensation Mary Fowler is added to the Matildas squad for the upcoming Tournament of Nations in the United States.

  5. Final a perfect microcosm of World Cup

    The 2018 World Cup got the final it deserved, one that saw exceptional skill and drama mix with controversy and error with pragmatic football winning the day — just as it has been all tournament.

  6. France the perfect champion for this World Cup

    France is a side featuring a handful of the best players in the world, but it won the World Cup because it played the best team football in a tournament where that was the most important trait to have.

  7. French fans celebrate World Cup win

    More than 250,000 French fans are expected to descend on the Champs Elysees to celebrate World Cup victory, but joy gives way to a mixture of pride and disappointment for Croatian supporters.

  8. Despite exit, England is well ahead of schedule

    England's captivating run at the 2018 World Cup has come to an early end, but the youth of this Three Lions squad — and the plethora of rising stars below them — means the future is bright for 2022 and beyond.

  1. Bancroft cleared of serious injury

    On his return to lower level cricket while on suspension from the Australian team, Bancroft nicked the ball into his throat while attempting a lap sweep shot, but has been cleared of serious injury.

  2. Warner makes competitive return

    In front of barely 100 people, David Warner makes his return to competitive cricket on Australian soil in a quickfire innings in the Darwin Strike League as he continues on the long road to redemption following the ball-tampering saga.

  3. Smith, Warner no chance for BBL

    Despite some players calling for their bans to be lifted, Steve Smith and David Warner will not be appearing in the BBL, the league's boss says.

  4. Hurricanes coach quits

    The coach of the Hobart Hurricanes Gary Kirsten hands in his resignation just one year into a two-year contract.

AFL

  1. Fans segregation 'not happening'

    AFL chief executive Gillon McLachlan rules out separating opposing supporters, after a brawl erupted following Geelong's after-the-siren victory over Melbourne on Saturday night.

  2. AFL's appetite for change

    The AFL has voracious appetite for change and its most heated battle this year is between those who want to change the very nature of the sport, or those who think with a few relatively minor tweaks things will sort themselves out, writes Richard Hinds.

  3. West Coast make top-two case

    Greater Western Sydney survives scare against fast-finishing Port Adelaide after West Coast and the Hawks both won big against the Bulldogs and past bottom-placed Carlton respectively.

  4. As sports gambling booms, clubs must step in

    Remember when you could watch sport without seeing a gambling ad? The thing is, kids don't. A large majority — 75 per cent — of kids aged 8–16 years believe that betting on sport is normal.

  1. Sidestep to leadership

    Thirteen years after 'that' no-look flick pass which won the Wests Tigers their only NRL premiership, Benji Marshall is talking about mentoring young players instead of making chip kicks and sidesteps.

  2. Storm go top of the NRL

    The Melbourne Storm goes top of the NRL ladder on points difference after an arm-wrestle win over the Warriors in Auckland while the Roosters rack up the half century against Manly.

  3. 'We need to do better'

    The NRL's senior referees manager says the league's officiating needs to improve following the latest high-profile refereeing blunder during the Canberra Raiders' 28-24 loss to the Cronulla Sharks.

  4. Dragons go top

    The Dragons account for the Cowboys, setting up the possibility of a three-way tie for top spot on the NRL ladder, after the Wests Tigers claim the scalp of the Rabbitohs and the Knights surge past the Titans.

  1. Waratahs into Super semis

    The Waratahs are into the Super Rugby semi-finals thanks to captain Bernard Foley's personal best 25 points to help his team to a stunning 30-23 win over the Highlanders.

  2. Just 'one of the blokes'

    His parents had hoped "a nice little chess club" would be his hobby of choice, but Connor wants to play rugby.

  3. The Sables sleep rough

    Zimbabwe national rugby players opted to sleep rough instead of in their hotel ahead of a must-win World Cup qualifier against Tunisia.

  4. Folau's ban upheld

    Wallaby fullback Israel Folau's one-game ban for aerial contact has been upheld, meaning he will miss the NSW Waratahs' derby against the Melbourne Rebels.

  1. Ozil quits Germany team

    Mesut Qzil says in the eyes of the country's powerbrokers "I am German when we win, but I am an immigrant when we lose".

  2. Clock finally runs down on 'Timmy Time'

    Australia's most important soccer player ever rules out an A-League swansong and plots a future in coaching.

  3. Usain Bolt not right fit for A-league

    Football loves a sugar hit and Usain Bolt in a Mariners shirt had the capacity to give the entire A-League Type 2 diabetes. But the FFA was right not to fund his Central Coast trial, writes Richard Hinds.

  4. World Cup stadium damaged by rains

    No sooner has the World Cup in Russia wrapped up, one of its newly-built tournament stadiums has been damaged by heavy rain.

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