Brad Arthur Reveals Two Key Players For 2017Brad Arthur of the Eels Photo: Getty Images Parramatta coach Brad Arthur has pencilled in hotshot rookie Bevan French and the versatile Clinton Gutherson as his fullback and five-eighth for the 2017 season. CLICK HERE TO LISTEN LIVE: Hear all the NRL action live on Triple M. Both players were outstanding in Monday's NRL win over St George Illawarra, with French grabbing a hat-trick of tries and Gutherson enjoying arguably his best game in the halves. French's three tries takes him to an im..>> view original
Where Is Collingwood's Premiership Team Now?Posted: 30 August, 2016 by Footy Newsroom Where Is Collingwood's Premiership Team Now? Winding the clock back. Tags: AFL, Collingwood Magpies (Image: Getty) The news Travis Cloke would join Dane Swan, Alan Toovey and Brent Macaffer in leaving Collingwood at the end of 2016 marks a changing of the times. All four players played in Collingwood's 2010 premiership team, and now all four are gone. It means their premiership sid..>> view original
Lachie Whitfield investigation: Graeme Allan faces allegations texts were deletedThe long-standing AFL career and reputation of Graeme Allan hangs in the balance amid allegations that the former Giants football boss deleted text messages concerning an attempt to protect the club's former No.1 draft pick Lachie Whitfield from drug-testers.Allan, Whitfield and the club's then welfare manager Craig Lambert face bans of between two and four years should the evidence against them be proven. Allan, centre, denies deleting the texts. Photo: Jesse Marlow The AFL, which has..>> view original
Matthew Suckling and Jason Johannisen have backed the return of dropped forward Jake StringerSENIOR Western Bulldogs players have thrown their support behind dropped forward Jake Stringer on the eve of the finals. Matthew Suckling and Jason Johannisen believe Stringer should be recalled ahead of the club’s elimination final against West Coast next weekend at Subiaco Oval.Stringer has missed the last two games against Fremantle and the Bulldogs, after he was sent back to the VFL to address his patchy form.The 2015 All-Australian racked up 22 disposals and a goal for Footscray’s VFL side ..>> view original
Dislike of Bell was a compliment: LangerPerth Scorchers coach Justin Langer insists the fact that Ian Bell was never one of the Australians' favourite Englishmen during their Ashes battles should be worn as a badge of honour by the BBL club's newest signing. Quick Single: Bell revealed as new Scorchers recruit And Langer insists any such hostility will be put to one side as the Scorchers – and he hopes, the fans – welcome the vastly experienced batsman into their ranks. "I think it's fantastic for the Scorchers," said the 105-Test ..>> view original
Storm forward Jordan McLean's return from injury a boost for NRL finals chargeMELBOURNE Storm front-rower Jordan McLean has revealed how close he came to missing the rest of the NRL season with an ankle injury.On a day Storm re-signed five key players, McLean said he was fortunate to be on the brink of entering his fourth finals campaign after narrowly avoiding surgery.In the words of coach Craig Bellamy, McLean’s return in the loss to Brisbane was one of Storm’s “few shining lights” on Friday night.McLean had not played since Round 17 because of a high ankle sprain.The..>> view original
Tom Rockliff's time as Brisbane Lions captain could be up, future under cloud
Dellavedova brings Larry O'Brien Trophy to Melbourne ahead of NBA moveMatthew Dellavedova enjoyed his penultimate act as a Cleveland Cavalier when he escorted the Larry O'Brien NBA championship trophy into Melbourne's Fed Square on Tuesday drawing hundreds, maybe thousands of supporters.This is the final connection between the 25-year-old and the club who took him from undrafted free agent in 2013 to world basketball star following his efforts in their two visits to the NBA finals. Matthew Dellavedova with the NBA trophy he won as a member of the Cleveland C..>> view original
Foreign raiders set their sights on Melbourne Cup richesEntries from nine countries are set to make this year's Melbourne Cup the most international of all, with candidates from Europe, Asia and North America lined up to clash in Australia's greatest race.Thirty-one of the 124 entries - 25 per cent of the total - are trained overseas, including the 2014 winner Protectionist and the highly regarded Order Of St George, part-owned by Lloyd Williams and trained by Irish maestro Aidan O'Brien. For the first time there is an entry from the Czech Repu..>> view original
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