Premier League striker lands role in major Hollywood movie

Olivier Giroud has landed himself a gig in the Spider-Man movie. Picture: Getty Images

Olivier Giroud lands role in French-speaking version of Spider-Man

Golf and bubbles bring 'non-players' to the green

CHIPPING: Di Baker said Ladies Day saw a number of "non-players” on the green.

Gayndah Golf Club helds its Golf and Bubbles event last weekend.

Tonga reveals details from the night he saved Maitua’s life

Reni Maitua and Willie Tonga during their time at the Eels in 2012. Picture: Getty Images

Ex-NRL star Willie Tonga relives night he saved Reni Maitua’s life

Gallen’s four-legged Shark has Group 1 potential

Cronulla's Paul Gallen has a handy horse on his hands. Picture: Brett Costello

Paul Gallen eyeing autumn riches with Kiwi galloper Te Akau Shark

Stuart confirms Raiders’ interest in Warriors star

Ricky Stuart

Raiders confirm interest in signing Shaun Johnson from Warriors

Huge twist in Mundine transgender storm

FURIOUS boxer Jeff Horn has taken dramatic action after revealing he was not responsible for classless transgender-baiting on social media.

“I would be tempted to walk away if they were to continue that way"

SuperCoach BBL study guide: Thunder

Shane Watson will captain the Thunder.

National commitments expected to test out Sydney Thunder

Winter staying test added to Cup exempt list

Trainers have praised the Victoria Racing Club’s decision to introduce a fifth ballot exempt race for the Melbourne Cup — The Andrew Ramsden, held in May.

NRL star cops suspended sentence for drunken rampage

Raiders player Jack Wighton arriving at ACT Magistrates court in Canberra.

Raiders star Jack Wighton cops suspended jail term for assault

Aussies through to semis after Healy, Schutt fire

Alyssa Healy led the way for Australia.

Australia nail World T20 semi-final spot with win over New Zealand

Roo recruit out to prove A-League players belong

Thomas Deng’s A-League form earned him a role in the Socceroos set-up.

Thomas Deng’s A-League form could cement a permanent Socceroos spot

Broncos great calls for Bennett Seibold swap

Wendell Sailor thinks Wayne Bennett should swap with Anthony Seibold immediately.

Wendell Sailor calls for Bennett and Seibold to swap immediately

De Minaur back for Brisbane tournament

Alex De Minaur has announced he’ll start his season at the Brisbane International.

Alex de Minaur to start 2019 season at the Brisbane International

SuperCoach BBL study guide: Strikers

Travis Head (right) could miss games due to national commitments. Picture: Sarah Reed

Reigning champions Adelaide Strikers set for another big BBL year

The missing XI: Would this team win the World Cup?

Could this team World Cup 2018: The missing XI

The missing stars: The best XI that failed to qualify for the 2018 World Cup

Cameron Smith feared Storm were ‘over’

Billy Slater and Cameron Smith feared the 2010 salary cap scandal would spell the end of the Melbourne Storm.

Smith feared the end of the Melbourne Storm.

Brisbane Lions' No.1 draft pick starting to find his feet

Cameron Rayner picks up another possession last Saturday against Richmond in the best game of his young career to date.

Last year's National Draft No.1 pick is looking good for the Lions

Simmons headlines record Aussie NBA playoffs haul

Seven Aussies will take part in the postseason.

Ben Simmons leads record seven Aussie in the postseason

Charlie's got the Power to succeed

Charlie Dixon with Port Adelaide fans after winning the round two clash with the round two win over the Sydney Swans.

Charlie Dixon is getting some love at Port Adelaide

Lion-hearted: Hard times mould young Brisbane star

GREAT START: Jarrod Berry reacts after kicking a goal for the Lions in their season-opening clash with St Kilda.

Berry owes much of his strength of heart to his mother.

Cronk's grand final saga is a case for change to NRL

Cooper Cronk arrives to the Roosters Fan Day a battered hero. Picture: Brett Costello

If a sport has no integrity, then why bother follow it?

Cronk’s presence a blight on NRL

‘Thanks for only hitting me once’ (Photo by Cameron Spencer/Getty Images)

Was Cooper Cronk’s presence in NRL Grand Final a blight on the game?

All Blacks’ biggest failure exposed

It’s on you, Kieran. (Photo by Hannah Peters/Getty Images)

Kieran Read’s failure exposed against South Africa

Tennis must respond to Serena furore

Serena Williams’ meltdown could spark change.

How tennis should react to issues exposed by Serena’s US Open meltdown

Why Sharks are no hope of winning title without Graham

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA — SEPTEMBER 08: Wade Graham of the Sharks receives attention from the trainer during the NRL Qualifying Final match between the Sydney Roosters and the Cronulla Sharks at Allianz Stadium on September 8, 2018 in Sydney, Australia. (Photo by Mark Kolbe/Getty Images)

RUGBY league experts are writing off Cronulla.

‘I look like a goose’: How Bulldogs’ Mad Monday embarrassed Beattie

ARL chairman Peter Beattie and NRL CEO Todd Greenberg were furious at the Mad Monday drama.

Peter Beattie was left embarrassed by the antics of the Bulldogs.

NRL clubs push for player transfer window

Ivan Cleary is among the coaches to move clubs. Pic: Sam Ruttyn

Player transfer window will fix coaching merry-go-round, say clubs

Guerra hints at Klemmer joining Knights

Bulldog David Klemmer is reportedly close to signing with the Knights.

Aidan Guerra hints at David Klemmer joining the Newcastle Knights

New format for Rugby League World Cup announced

Australia celebrates winning the Rugby League World Cup Final in 2017.

Format change for 2021 Rugby League World Cup announced

Broncos gun faces weighty issue

Matt Gillett before and after shoulder surgery.

Skin and bone: The challenge Gillett needs to overcome for round one

Maguire opens door for Tigers’ signings

Michael Maguire has opened the door for two more potential Tigers’ signings.

Michael Maguire says Tigers are on the lookout for new recruits

Bird backed for big year with Broncos

Jack Bird has impressed in the first week of pre-season. (AAP Image/Glenn Hunt)

Jack Bird is back from injury and ready to deliver for Broncos

Clarke ready to learn from star Swans

Ryan Clarke in action at Sydney pre-season training. Picture: Phil Hillyard

Ryan Clarke keen to be part of Sydney’s star-studded midfield

Neale takes Beams’ Lions locker

New Lions Marcus Adams and Lachie Neale.

See which number your club’s new players will be wearing in 2019

Former AFL player arrested after alleged crime spree

Chris Yarran in action for Swan Districts’ reserves last year. Picture: Daniel Wilkins

Ex-AFL player charged with assaulting a police officer, car stealing

Superstar rejects ‘crazy $1.8m-a-week offer’

Mesut Ozil reportedly turned down some big-money offers to stay at the Emirates. Picture: Getty Images

Mesut Ozil turned down "crazy offers" from Asia to stay at Arsenal

Matildas’ 17 minutes of complete carnage

Caitlin Foord of the Matildas celebrates after scoring her third goal during the second International friendly match between the Australia Matildas and Chile at McDonald Jones Stadium in Newcastle, Tuesday, November 13, 2018. (AAP Image/Darren Pateman) NO ARCHIVING, EDITORIAL USE ONLY

Australia was out to exact revenge over Chile.

Premier League giants face Champions League axe

Manchester City could be booted out of the Champions League.

UEFA re-open investigation into Manchesters City’s Fair Play case

Liverpool star embroiled in match betting scandal

Daniel Sturridge has denied the FA charges which involve gambling on football.

Daniel Sturrridge charged by the FA for gambling on football

Socceroos spring changes in coaching ranks

Kenny Lowe (L) has been named a Socceroos assistant coach

Roo reshuffle: Ex-Glory boss, former PL keeper join Socceroos set-up

Star’s return could alter Roos squad puzzle

Andrew Nabbout is back in the Socceroos squad

Andrew Nabbout fit again and happy to play anywhere for Socceroos

Mooney, Australians, chase third win of World T20

DROUGHT: Beth Mooney has not scored a half-century for Australia in nine innings, dating back to March 26. Will she raise the bat against New Zealand today?

Mooney scored 48 against Pakistan and just 14 against Ireland.

SuperCoach BBL study guide: Sixers

Moises Henriques of the Sixers.

SuperCoach BBL study guide: Sydney Sixers

Skipper’s cold reason for ODI snub

Maxi was demoted to 7 on the weekend.

Aaron Finch weighs in on Australia’s struggling batting order

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Pressure on Lynn after one-day failures

Chris Lynn was dismissed for a golden duck in the third ODI against South Africa.

Chris Lynn is feeling the heat after an ODI failure.

Player ratings: Star bowlers flop as Stoinis and Marsh stand up

Marcus Stoinis was arguably Australia’s best player this series, topping the wicket charts with eight scalps.

Player ratings: Australia vs South Africa ODI series

Walking Netball suitable for people of all abilities

IPSWICH Netball have been trialling a new version of their sport called Walking Netball.

Super Netball 2019: What we know so far

What we know about Super Netball 2019.

Super Netball 2019 squads, fixture, clubs, starting date, four-week break and...

Netball Diamonds unchanged for Quad Series campaign

April Brandley, Jamie-Lee Price, Courtney Bruce, Kelsey Browne, Emily Mannix and Jo Weston of Australia pose with the Constellation Cup.

Selectors stick to proven formula for Diamonds Quad Series campaign

Diamonds complete revenge mission to claim Cup

Gretel Tippett in action for the Diamonds. Picture: AAP

Diamonds claim eighth Constellation Cup after rolling Silver Fern

Tippett determined to cement Diamonds spot

Gretel Tippett in action against the Silver Ferns during the Quad Series.

Gretel Tippett determined to impress during Constellation Cup

Diamonds too classy for scrappy Silver Ferns

Stephanie Wood  shoots for goal during the Constellation Cup clash against New Zealand. (Picture: AAP Image)

Australia draw first blood in four-Test Constellation Cup series

Aussie Diamonds shine against South Africa

Liz Watson of the Diamonds outmanoeuvres her South African opponent during the Quad Series opener in Auckland on Saturday. Picture: David Rowland/AAP

Aussie Diamonds down South Africa 61-44 in Quad Series opener

Youngstar on mend after minor surgery

Queensland Oaks winner Youngstar is likely to miss the early part of the autumn after having a small bone chip removed from her right front fetlock.

Lloyd locks in Hong Kong mission for Latrobe

Latrobe will be sent to Hong Kong to race. (Photo by Vince Caligiuri/Getty Images)

Lloyd Williams will target Hong Kong Vase with Latrobe

Yucatan in mix for Sandown shot

Yucatan could line up in the Zipping Stakes. Picture: Getty Images

Beaten Melbourne Cup favourite Yucatan could start at Sandown

Ipswich punters still cashing in

PLACE TO BE: Jockey Michael Cahill joins with connections after winning aboard Temujin's Moon at Ipswich racetrack.

Plenty to enjoy in huge week despite small Bundamba fields

Industry rallies around legendary horseman

NOT THEIR FIRST RODEO: Clinicians Tony Mortimer, Nathan Wilson, Leah Read and Andrew Currie, with Monto Silver Buckle president Kevin Purcell and organisers Jody & Mick Southern.

Qld horse industry rallies in support of legendary horseman Ken May.

Oliver further cements greatness

Damien Oliver returns to scale on Order of Command after their win on Saturday. Picture: AAP

Damien Oliver underlines greatness by equalling Bobbie Lewis record

Lloyd ponders Japan Cup start for Latrobe

Mark Zahra aboard Latrobe after finishing runner up in the Mackinnon Stakes. Picture: Getty Images

Owner Lloyd Williams considers Japan Cup bid for Latrobe

Quirky golf star takes a shine to Australia

The stop, prop, set up and swing of American golfer Keegan Bradley has taken off on social media and the star could not hide his admiration.

Kuchar fires 64 to lead by two in Mexico

Matt Kuchar celebrates his birdie with his caddie on the 15th during the second round of the Mayakoba Golf Classic in Mexico. Picture: Rob Carr/Getty Images

Kuchar sinks eight birdies in a 64 to lead in Mexico

Minjee Lee closes in on second LPGA Tour victory of the year

Minjee Lee is sitting pretty at the Japan Classic at Seta Golf Course in Otsu, Japan.  Picture: Ken Ishii/Getty Images

Minjee Lee closes in on her second LPGA Tour victory of the year

Minjee fires 67 to sit two off the pace at Japan Classic

Minjee Lee has started well at the Japan Classic.

Aussie golfer Minjee Lee two strokes off lead in Japan Classic