England vs Pakistan, Zac Crawley fastest century, four centuries in one innings, Ben Duckett, first Test, Rawalpindi

England vs Pakistan, Zac Crawley fastest century, four centuries in one innings, Ben Duckett, first Test, Rawalpindi

Bazball reached what could be its pinnacle as England smashed four centuries in one day, the highest total ever seen in a Test, despite a virus sweeping through the squad before facing Pakistan. Zak Crawley (122) blasted the fastest ever century by an England opener to begin proceedings in the first Test at Rawalpindi, with … Read more

England vs Pakistan, Zac Crawley fastest century, Ben Duckett, first Test, Rawalpindi

Bazball was in full swing as Zak Crawley blasted the fastest ever century by an England opener to ensure the tourists dominated Pakistan on the opening day of the first Test. England’s build-up to the first match in Rawalpindi was marred by a virus that swept the team, but it was Pakistan who were feeling … Read more

Australian Socceroos schedule, game against Argentina, assistant Rene Meulensteen, commentary, reactions, response

Doha: Socceroos assistant Rene Meulensteen has questioned the remarkably-brutal FIFA World Cup scheduling that means Australia basically ‘won’t train’ before their gigantic showdown with Argentina. Coach Graham Arnold has read the riot act to his players all tournament about not celebrating, or overusing social media, with the tight schedule in Qatar meaning a group stage … Read more

Laurie Daley, Manly Sea Eagles coaching staff, consultancy role, TAB, Anthony Seibold, NRL statement

Rugby league legend Laurie Daley has responded to the NRL’s decision to bar him from joining Manly’s coaching staff. The Sea Eagles were hoping to employ Daley in a coaching consultancy role to work with Josh Schuster, who will play five-eighth next season. But the governing body rejected the club’s official submission because Daley’s job … Read more

Manly Sea Eagles captain, Daly Cherry-Evans, Jake Trbojevic, Anthony Seibold, Ryan Papenhuyzen injury, Storm Cody Walker, Rabbitohs

New Manly coach Anthony Seibold is reportedly considering appointing co-captains rather than a singular leader next season. Meanwhile, Storm star Ryan Papenhuyzen has given an update on his gruesome knee injury, the Knights have added a former Wallaby to their coaching staff and Cody Walker has an impressive new gig. Read on for the latest … Read more

Australia vs West Indies Test series, preview, Shane Warne dropped from 1999 tour of Caribbean, friendship with Brian Lara

On the 30th anniversary of one of the great Test series played in Australia, foxsports.com.au sat down with West Indies cricket legend Brian Lara for his reflections. In the final piece of a three-part series, Lara lifts the lid on a different side to Shane Warne and the special bond the pair shared — both … Read more

Jason Demetriou, concussion protocols, South Sydney Rabbitohs, Cameron Murray, James Graham, head knock

Rabbitohs coach Jason Demetriou wants his players to be “smarter” in their tackling technique and believes there’s a “competitive advantage” in getting it right. Head injuries have become an alarming issue in the world of contact sports — especially rugby league — in recent years due to the impact it can have on players post-career. … Read more

Court is in Session as Hip Hop Celebrates NBA® 2k23

LR – BARKAA, Chillinit, Sahxl Photo Credit: Cole Bennetts NBA® 2K23 the latest iteration of the top-rated NBA video game simulation series of the past 21 years* is partnering with Universal Music Australia to support the local Hip Hop scene with the launch of its new cultural platform, Court in Session. The campaign, released by … Read more

Sea Eagles will let NRL organize pride round

Sea Eagles chief executive Tony Mestrov says any call involving a possible Pride Round next year and beyond will be made by the NRL following this season’s fiasco that ruined Manly’s finals push and ultimately cost Des Hasler his job. Seven Sea Eagles players refused to wear the rainbow jersey and chose to boycott the … Read more

Cameron Smith joins a growing voice against the absence of world rankings

Cameron Smith has added his voice to growing criticism of the world ranking points awarded to Australian tournaments, declaring the impact on emerging players could be detrimental to their careers. The world No.3 has all but given up hope of ever rising to the No.1 ranking given the only events he can earn points are … Read more