Graham Arnold opens up on Socceroos road to Qatar, news, football,

Graham Arnold opens up on Socceroos road to Qatar, news, football,

With 100 days to go until the Qatar 2022 World Cup kicks off, Socceroos coach Graham Arnold has opened up on the painful road to qualifying for the showpiece tournament. Amid the Covid-19 pandemic – and Arnold himself contracting the disease twice in two months, ruling him out of crucial training camps – the Socceroos … Read more

Wallabies vs Argentina, Lalakai Foketi, Giteau Law, World Cup, LIV golf, video

Wallabies vs Argentina, Lalakai Foketi, Giteau Law, World Cup, LIV golf, video

Amid golfer Cameron Smith’s rumored decision to take the money and run to LIV, Lalakai Foketi – the relatively unknown Test center – showed that there are still some things in professional sport that money can’t buy. In his case, a Wallabies jersey. The question, however, is for how long, particularly with chatter that Rugby … Read more

Matt To’omua spills on divorce from Ellyse Perry, engaged to Naomi Cameron

Matt To’omua spills on divorce from Ellyse Perry, engaged to Naomi Cameron

Former Wallabies fly-half Matt To’omua has opened up about his “brutal” divorce from Australian cricketer Ellyse Perry, admitting the taxing ordeal was “not fun at all”. The sporting power couple, who tied the knot in 2015, announced their divorce in July 2020, confirming the news in a joint statement. Watch The Hundred. Every Match Live … Read more

FedEx Cup, Cameron Smith LIV defection, format, prize purse, rankings, how to watch, dates

Not for the first time, Cameron Smith is among the favorites heading into the opening weekend of the FedEx Cup playoffs. Yet, the circumstances have changed significantly 12 months after going into the FedEx Cup in third place on the rankings. Now a major winner, and having taken home The Players Championship too, Smith is … Read more

Paul Green dead, cause of death, age, North Queensland Cowboys coach, playing career, achievements

The rugby league world is in mourning after the sudden death of Paul Green at 49 years old. The Daily Telegraphreported that Green passed away in his Brisbane home on Thursday morning. The Telegraph reported that Green had not said anything about feeling ill before his sudden passing, with a post-mortem to determine the cause … Read more

John Bateman to Wests Tigers, Wigan, Canberra Raiders, Super League, Jimmy Brings, James Hooper

The Wests Tigers have made an inquiry with Wigan about the prospect of bringing 2019 Dally M Backrower of the Year John Bateman back to the NRL in 2023. In a move unrelated to Isaiah Papali’i having second thoughts about switching from Parramatta to Concord next year, Tigers director of football Tim Sheens has confirmed … Read more

Off-season, Josh Giddey fit with Chet Holmgren, Oklahoma City Thunder, Cleveland Cavaliers preview, Basketball without Borders camp, Jarrett Allen

Back in 2018, long before he was lighting up the NBA, a fresh-faced Josh Giddey was just like the 60-odd young male and female basketball players who have descended on Canberra this week. He too had been invited to take part in a Basketball without Borders camp, this one in India, identified as an emerging … Read more

New Zealand, Trent Boult, Blackcaps, Australia, shock announcement, T20, ODI, Test cricket

The Black Caps will begin a new era without one of their biggest stars after bowler Trent Boult was released from his central contract with New Zealand Cricket. Boult will have a “significantly reduced role” across all three formats with the Black Caps, according to a statement released by NZC. The 33-year-old held multiple conversations … Read more

Ken Hinkley contract, David Koch comments, will he coach next year, Port Adelaide, Mark Robinson

AFL 360 co-host Mark Robinson believes Port Adelaide president David Koch “made an error of judgment” with recent comments about the club’s football department. Koch told FIVEaa this week “every single person’s role” would be assessed at the end of the season, which has seen the Power drop out of finals contention after back-to-back preliminary … Read more

Rudi Koertzen dies, death, how did he die, age, cricket news, umpire, slow finger of death, doom

Former South African umpire Rudi Koertzen, labeled the ‘slow finger of death’ by the media, has died in a car accident, a family member told AFP on Tuesday. He was 73. “Rudi suffered fatal injuries after an accident near Stilbaai between Cape Town and Gqeberha,” said the family spokesperson, who requested anonymity. “My father went … Read more