North Queensland have held off a fast-finishing Knights to win their Anzac Day NRL clash 26-24 in Newcastle.
Geelong's Mark Blicavs could play just about any position on the ground in the AFL clash with North Melbourne.

Lewis relishing return to Penrith

Former Penrith NRL favourite Luke Lewis is looking forward to returning to his old home ground for the first time, when Cronulla meet the Panthers.
Patty Mills was expected to step in for injured Spurs teammate Tony Parker, but both point guards ended up resting on the bench.
Carlton coach Mick Malthouse has praised captain Marc Murphy after his best-afield game in the Anzac Day AFL win over St Kilda.
The Gold Coast Titans have produced a dominant second-half performance to come from behind and beat the Warriors 32-28 in their NRL match in Auckland.

AFL's best tacklers set to clash

A meeting of the league's best two tackling sides finishes the AFL's round four at Etihad Stadium.

Reds will embrace 'Canes challenge

Queensland Reds captain James Slipper believes his side can beat Super Rugby leaders the Hurricanes if they play at their elusive best on Sunday.
Returning skipper Tom Rockliff will inspire win-less Brisbane Lions, says Mitch Robinson.

NY Rangers advance in NHL playoffs

The New York Rangers have beaten Pittsburgh 2-1 to advance in the NHL Eastern Conference playoffs.
Souths captain Greg Inglis believes Canberra will be full of confidence they can topple the NRL premiers after last week's big comeback win over theTigers.
Brumbies coach Stephen Larkham says the Super Rugby win over the Highlanders doesn't mean his side's season is back on track.
The Western Force almost pulled off a shock victory over the Chiefs despite playing most of the match with just 14 men.
The sailing events at the Rio Olympics could be shifted due to the state of Guanabara Bay.

Taylor delighted with Woods' form

Coach Jason Taylor says the form of Aaron Woods is good enough for selection to the Kangaroos squad that will be named on Sunday.
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