No position in KFC SuperCoach NRL is tougher to fill than Centre/Wing with a veritable plethora of options.
Every player is flying at this time of year, but what should SuperCoach players really be looking for as the pre-season comp kicks off?
The troubling sight of empty grandstands has been matched by plummeting TV ratings and ugly play on the field for a code in crisis.
Rugby fans seem to be getting less play for their buck and it’s time to stop the stop-start in rugby. Andrew Slack has a solution.
Like it or not the batsman was a deserved winner in what is an imperfect system.
Good players in tough eras rarely get the recognition they are due. But justice has been done with Craig McDermott.
GREG DAVIS says the Taipans are worthy championship contenders.
Far from hurting his personal brand, Latrell Mitchell’s tumultuous move from the Roosters to Souths has made home one of Australian sports biggest stars.
A handful of observations from the Cairns Taipans’ victory against Adelaide on the road on Saturday night.
Whatever the Bombers come up with, Jake Stringer must be central to their plans.
The Tigers might have landed two big signings in the last week, but they still don’t have what it takes to compete with the NRL’s best teams.
All 16 NRL clubs spend nearly $10 million on their rosters but a list of the top 100 players shows a significant gap between the top and bottom sides.
Playing a Super Rugby game in sweltering conditions in the middle of summer is risking the safety of both teams, writes Andrew Slack.
Dominic Thiem has the weapons to beat Novak Djokovic and win his first major, but it will take something special to beat the Serbian superstar writes Sam Groth.
Sydney FC may be on top of the ladder but have reason to fear the never-say-die Brisbane Roar, Mark Bosnich writes
World No.1, Young Australian of the Year – it’s not surprising there is interest in Ash Barty’s thoughts on the issues of the day, like Australia Day.
The Wests Tigers have bought the ticket on Joey Leilua’s wild ride and there’s nothing else quite like it, writes NICK CAMPTON.
You can talk about costly fumbles and stumbles in the field but you cannot hide one simple fact — the Brisbane Heat got what they deserved.
Sam Groth knows how John Millman feels on the eve of his Australian Open clash with perhaps the world’s greatest player.
The Wanderers’ interim coach can do only so much. It’s on the the playing group to perform, Mark Bosnich says