Australia Socceroos vs Tunisia, workforce information, choices, Ajdin Hrustic, preview, Nathaniel Atkinson, harm,

Socceroos defender Nathaniel Atkinson has been dominated out of Australia’s second World Cup match, in opposition to Tunisia on Saturday (9pm AEDT). Atkinson picked up an ankle harm within the 4-1 defeat to France, and failed to coach with the squad right this moment in Doha. He was pictured with ice strapped to his ankle … Read more

Tim Paine book, sexting scandal, excerpt, reaction, wife Bonnie, Cricket Australia, steps down as Test captain

Tim Paine has lifted the lid on his exit as Australian Test captain, declaring he was hung out to dry by Cricket Australia while revealing the “strange” phone conversation that led to him standing down. Writing in his newly-released autobiography, The Price Paid, Paine opened up on the fallout from the sexting scandal last November, … Read more

Faf du Plessis book, Sandpapergate, David Warner, Steve Smith, Cameron Bancroft, Australian cricket

Former South African captain Faf du Plessis has made the stunning claim that the Proteas suspected Australia of ball-tampering long before the ‘Sandpapergate’ scandal. News Corpobtained excerpts from the 38-year-old’s autobiography titled, ‘Faf: Through Fire’, which is scheduled to be released to the public on October 28. In it, du Plessis writes that the South … Read more

2021 Melbourne Cup winner Verry Elleegant retired, latest

Verry Elleegant’s extraordinary racing journey from unrideable youngster to Melbourne Cup heroine is over. After a disappointing European campaign, the ownership group of the 2021 Cup winner and 11-time Group 1 winner has announced that Verry Elleegant has been retired. Verry Elleegant’s next chapter will be as a Mum and she will call France home … Read more

Cameron Munster re-signs with Storm, Dolphins roster, Who will the Dolphins sign, Wayne Bennett’s contracts, signings, transfer centre, news, targets

After missing out on Cameron Munster’s prized signature Wayne Bennett’s Dolphins have once again been left stranded without a marquee superstar. The Dolphins have now missed out on Munster, Harry Grant, Jahrome Hughes, Reece Walsh and Kalyn Ponga among other big names — and still have eight spots left in their top 30 roster for … Read more

Leah Kilner makes inspiring return to the races at Doomben

Leah Kilner has stunned the Australian racing community by arriving at the Doomben races to be wrapped in a heartwarming embrace of love by her mates outside the jockeys’ room. The seriously injured Queensland apprentice jockey wore a beaming smile as she was wheeled into the races on Saturday by her best mate Bianca Grob. … Read more

Harness racing: Chris Lang anoints Ollivici his next superstar in new training chapter

Champion trainer Chris Lang thinks he has found his next superstar in his second-coming in harness racing. Lang trained megastar trotters like Sundons Gift, Skyvalley and National Interest before shocking the industry with what turned out to be a three-year hiatus. The first Lang bought when he returned to the game, Ollivici, is potentially one … Read more

Greyhound Racing Victoria unveil world’s richest greyhound carnival at Sandown Park and The Meadows

The Group 1 Melbourne Cup will soar to $1 million in prizemoney and be staged in prime time on a Saturday night under a reshaped Festival of Racing unveiled by Greyhound Racing Victoria (GRV). November and December will see the spotlight of the greyhound racing world shift to Sandown Park and The Meadows where five … Read more

Dexter Dunn now holds harness racing’s most prized record

Champion driver Dexter Dunn now holds a world record that he set in the US. DOWN Under champion driver Dexter Dunn now holds harness racing’s most prized record. The New Zealand-born Dunn teamed with former Aussie horseman Noel Daley and Bulldog Hanover for a blistering 1min45.8sec win in the $US500,000 Haughton Memorial (open class free-for-all) … Read more