The Interchange




Hughesy, it's okay to leave

19 March 2010 | 14:00 - By SBS Sport

You don't get many opportunities in Test cricket, something Australia opening batsman Philip Hughes needs to learn.

That's out... Philip Hughes watches his ill-advised slash outside off stump fly to first slip [GETTY]

That's out... Philip Hughes watches his ill-advised slash outside off stump fly to first slip [GETTY]

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Rugby's happy ending

15 March 2010 | 0:00 - By SBS Sport

The start of the National Rugby League Season may have hogged the headlines, but a fairytale Rugby Union story captured the heart.

Brumbies fullback Julian Huxley. (Getty)

Brumbies fullback Julian Huxley. (Getty)

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Cricket's shot in the arm

10 March 2010 | 14:00 - By SBS Sport

The Clarke/Bingle saga has only added to an already fiery series of one-day cricket, writes Tom Findlay.

It has been a watchful summer for Australia captain-in-waiting Michael Clarke [GETTY]

It has been a watchful summer for Australia captain-in-waiting Michael Clarke [GETTY]

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Crouch, touch, pause, ENRAGED!

09 March 2010 | 12:00 - By SBS Sport

Rugby Union referees have as much influence on matches as each of the players on the field, and it's not good for the game, writes Tom Findlay.

If players can't understand the rules of rugby, then fans have little chance of doing so [GETTY]

If players can't understand the rules of rugby, then fans have little chance of doing so [GETTY]

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Australian tennis cops a serve

02 March 2010 | 14:00 - By SBS Sport

Tennis in Australia has got the blues and changes at the top are long overdue, writes Philip Gomes.

Even Australia's top-ranked male player Lleyton Hewitt has the blues with Australian tennis [GETTY]

Even Australia's top-ranked male player Lleyton Hewitt has the blues with Australian tennis [GETTY]

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Should an athlete's personal fears be put aside for the betterment of their team?

Wayne Bridge and Edwin van Calker chose not to keep their inner fears to themselves [GETTY]

Wayne Bridge and Edwin van Calker chose not to keep their inner fears to themselves [GETTY]

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Capturing a moment in time

22 February 2010 | 10:00 - By SBS Sport

They say a picture paints a thousand words, and in sport that is never more true.

Sports photographers live their lives through a long lens, waiting for that special moment in time [GETTY]

Sports photographers live their lives through a long lens, waiting for that special moment in time [GETTY]

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