Townsend was one of the standout performers for his club, scoring four goals in 13 Premier League appearances, but that was not enough to save Newcastle, who...
The 26-year-old has had a mixed time on Merseyside since arriving from Swansea in 2012, initially struggling to break into the first team under Brendan Rodgers.
Carlton have named injured big men Matthew Kreuzer and Levi Casboult in their final side for their AFL clash with Geelong.
No more "mate against mate"? Interstate hate seems to be thin on the ground in the lead-up to State of Origin I.
WELLINGTON (Reuters) - Olympic rowing champion Mahe Drysdale's year off after his London campaign has not only refreshed him for his tilt at defending his single...
The FA board approved a sudden-death format instead for the last-eight stage of the competition to be played over one weekend.
Eels captain Kieran Foran has opted not to return to Brisbane for more treatment for personal issues and is preparing to take on Newcastle in the NRL.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Karmichael Hunt has not had the impact on rugby union that Israel Folau has but next month he might finally get his chance to join his fellow...
West Coast recruit Lewis Jetta has spent the past two weeks in the WAFL, but he'll get the chance to impress in AFL ranks in round 10.
Queensland coach Kevin Walters says Cooper Cronk is in doubt for the State of Origin series opener after rolling his ankle at training.
The Pittsburgh Penguins have advanced to the Stanley Cup finals with victory over Tampa Bay.
The Melbourne Rebels have given their forward pack more grunt as they look to stop their Super Rugby losing run when they host the Western Force.
The Wests Tigers have announced a new ownership structure, with Wests moving to 75 per cent control and Balmain retaining 25 per cent.

Jackson the new JT hitman: Scott

Beau Scott admits he is disappointed to be left out of the Blues' Origin team for game one, but hasn't given up hope of featuring later in the series.
The Brumbies know it'll be a challenge to stay focused on Saturday's Super Rugby clash with the Sunwolves and not on the looming Wallabies camp and Tests.
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