HONG KONG (Reuters) - Guangzhou Evergrande manager Luiz Felipe Scolari believes midfielder Paulinho's proposed move to Barcelona is unlikely to happen as the...
Canterbury's NRL season is quickly approaching now-or-never stakes as they sit two wins outside the top eight with nine games remaining.
WELLINGTON (Reuters) - The elevation of Elliot Daly and Liam Williams into the British and Irish Lions test side after strong midweek performances against the...
Collingwood skipper Scott Pendlebury is set to play his 250th AFL game when the Magpies face Hawthorn at the MCG on Sunday.
Youngster Tim Taranto has become the latest Greater Western Sydney player to be sidelined for an extended period after suffering an ankle injury.
Players from the NSW Swifts and Giants netball teams will be part of a NSWIS side representing Australia in a Super Club tournament in New Zealand next week.
Boxing's top promoter Bob Arum says Jeff Horn will become a star in the United States as long as he gives a good account of himself against Manny Pacquiao.
Veteran Scott Thompson is in the selection frame for the Adelaide Crows, who play Carlton at the MCG on Saturday.
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Australian Ashleigh Barty will achieve a career-high world ranking of 54 after reaching the final of the WTA tournament in Birmingham.
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Trainer Glenn Rushton says he has the perfect 10-point plan for Jeff Horn to spring a massive upset over Manny Pacquiao on Sunday.
A second NRL team in Brisbane won't be a guaranteed success, Brisbane CEO Paul White says.
Melbourne ruckman Max Gawn says Clayton Oliver's Twitter spat with former Test cricketer Damien Martyn was all in good fun.
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