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GWS Giants has the AFL world buzzing with a rumoured huge offer for Hawthorn's megastar The AFL is split as to whether Lance Franklin will remain at Hawthorn beyond 2013 after the views of a range of football and list managers and player agents were canvassed to assess the likelihood of Franklin playing at another club in 2014. Most believe any club chasing Franklin's signature would need to make a godfather offer somewhere between $1.6 million to $2 million a year to entice him away. Hawthorn is considered a strong club, in a premiership window and despite the... Read more
The National Rugby League's One Community Ambassador and former State of Origin, Cronulla and South Sydney champion David Peachey has been appointed to the Australian Rugby League Indigenous Council. Peachey has been a passionate promoter of opportunity for Indigenous athletes both during and after his playing career and is a leading…
Another North Queensland player has re-signed with the NRL club but veteran fullback Matt Bowen's future with the Cowboys remains unclear. Expected to play a key role for Italy at this year's World Cup, hard working back-rower Joel Riethmuller signed on until the end of the 2015 season. He joins the likes…
Blake Ferguson, they say, can be summed up by his first ever State of Origin touch. "Not that he knocked on," says Blues assistant Trent Barrett. "But that he never made another mistake for the rest of the night." After fumbling with his first touch in a sky blue jersey - "trying…
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