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Three superstars in Australia's three premier winter sports – Greg Inglis, Lance "Buddy" Franklin and Kurtley Beale – delivered as they usually do in their respective codes last weekend highlighting once again the unbelievable talent they represent among our First Nations sporting stars. Each handed in match winning and in Kurtley Beale's case match saving performances over the weekend. Kurtley, elevated to the critical five-eighth position with the Australian Wallabies Rugby Union side, was under enormous pressure to deliver with the world champion New Zealand All Blacks salivating at the opportunity of recording a record 12 straight... Read more
The latest victim of Rugby League's wrestling scourge, Sam Thaiday says any NRL club that claims it does not train in the controversial tactic is lying. Thaiday said he felt for Ben Teo who was suspended on Monday for a month for a chicken wing on the Broncos backrower. Thaiday said the…
Sydney's buzzing atmosphere and some inspirational words from Australian marathon legends contributed to outstanding results for the 2014 Indigenous Marathon Project team's first ever Sydney City2Surf. For most of the team not only was it their first City 2 Surf, the third camp also marked an inaugural trip to the New…
Former boxing world champion Danny Green insists he'll be at peace even if a re-match against arch rival Anthony Mundine never eventuates. But if the grudge match ever does go ahead, Green says it will only end in one way - with Mundine in tears. Green hasn't fought since beating Kiwi Shane…
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