Thanasi Kokkinakis admits he was envious of what his great mate Nick Kyrgios achieved at Wimbledon last month.
Triple-premiership veteran Paul Chapman has guaranteed himself a contract with Essendon for next year after hitting a trigger point in the deal he signed following his departure from Geelong.
An opening 10 minutes of Jarryd Hayne brilliance was enough to secure the Eels a lacklustre 32-12 win prompting coach Brad Arthur to declare that if Hayne doesn’t play they would not have beaten Cronulla on Saturday afternoon.
To mark or duck is the split second decision amid the relentless barrage of low flying scud footies during Auskick goal kicking practice.
For those who like the day off work on their birthday, spare a thought for the horses which still had to go around in variable winter conditions at Thoroughbred Park on Friday.
The lowdown on Saturday racing at Rosehill.
Chris Waller turned the Winter Challenge into the Waller Challenge as Sydney's leading trainer prepared the first three horses home in the listed feature - and then let his jockeys squabble over the placings in the stewards room.
''Wise men at their end know dark is right'' is a sentiment for Dylan Thomas and the fortunate few who orchestrate their own retirement. But, more than ever, footballers refuse to go gently into that good night.
La Course provided the perfect stage for women's cycling to showcase itself, but Canberra's Gracie Elvin believes the women need to create their own identity rather than piggy-backing off men's cycling.
The resurgence of Jamie Soward is set to reach a new high with the likelihood that he will captain the Panthers when he returns to WIN Stadium for the first time to take on the Dragons next Sunday.