LONDON (Reuters) - Aston Villa have been charged for failing to control their fans following a pitch invasion after the FA Cup quarter-final against West Bromwich...
LONDON (Reuters) - China's Ding Junhui suffered a bizarre lapse of concentration which ended his chance of a rare maximum 147 break at the world snooker...
Frenchman Sebastien Bourdais will return to the V8 Supercars championship this year as Holden star Lee Holdsworth's endurance co-driver.
Liam Pickering insists that second-year Brisbane midfielder James Aish is yet to say whether he wants to stay at the club.
Broncos veteran Justin Hodges has been robbed of a last gasp Test audition due to injury in a major concern for Kangaroos coach Tim Sheens.
LONDON (Reuters) - World number three Andy Murray has welcomed the choice of the Queen's Club grass courts to host Britain's Davis Cup quarter-final against...
LONDON (Reuters) - Manchester City have "let themselves down" this season and the squad have had "a lot of honest conversations" since the 4-2 defeat at...
The sport of badminton has a growing number of fans in Australia and they will likely to be out in force next month when the 2015 Open kicks off in Sydney.
They can't seem to count properly but NRL referees boss Tony Archer insists the system works and his men will do better.
Carlton wanted a two-game suspension for Chris Yarran, but they will accept his three-match ban for striking Essendon's Paul Chapman.

NRL to look at registration rules

NRL boss Dave Smith says he will address their registration rules, conceding it is not in the fans' best interests.
Injury has claimed Jaden McGrath, Sam Mayes and Claye Beams in a horrible start to the week for the AFL's winless Brisbane Lions.

Pulver dashes Foley's sevens dream

ARU boss Bill Pulver has all but dashed any plans of Israel Folau and Bernard Foley to chase gold medal glory at next year's Olympics in Rio.
Konrad Hurrell has been replaced by David Fusitu'a in the Warriors centres for their Anzac Day clash against the Titans.
NSW defence coach Nathan Grey says he's not worried by the growing list of imminently departing players from the Super Rugby champions.

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