The Dragons couldn’t end their hoodoo Melbourne Storm hoodoo on Monday night but they managed to extend their unbeaten streak against the Warriors to 10 with a 20-10 win at WIN Jubilee Oval on Saturday.
With Sydney FC's rollercoaster season finally at an end, the focus will narrow to the futures of star player Alessandro Del Piero and coach Frank Farina.
The Swans were challenged by coach John Longmire this week to “put the overalls on” and they responded with a classic blue-collar performance to overpower Fremantle by 17 points in front of 25,376 fans at the SCG on Saturday night.
Racing NSW boss John Messara held the Queen Elizabeth Stakes trophy as trainer Murray Baker said the best is yet to come from It's A Dundeel.
Beau Ryan taking the mickey out of Jamie Soward is not a new phenomenon. While Ryan's send-ups of Soward on The Footy Show have made headlines, the Panthers playmaker has been a target long before that. As revealed by Sin Bin last July, Ryan unloaded on Soward while a guest speaker at the Sydney Trade Show for the Plumbers' Supplies Co-operative. When asked by MC Sam Kekovich which player he disliked most, the Cronulla winger said he hated Soward. When it was suggested ''hate'' was a strong word, Ryan responded: ''I hate Jamie Soward. I've never spoken to him. I hate his headgear. His face. The way he plays. Everything about him.'' Even some of he plumbers at the Rosehill Racecourse function were taken aback. The issue could well come to the surface when the Sharks host the Panthers next Saturday at Remondis Stadium. After a lengthy stint on the sidelines due to injury, Ryan is tipped to make his return for the match.
NSW "on track" but must keep improving, according to Michael Cheika.
Central Coast Mariners have booked a date with their rivals Western Sydney Wanderers after striker Bernie Ibini slammed an emphatic winner against a fiery Adelaide United side.
Let’s take a sneak peek at the future of rugby league.
Sydney Roosters centre Shaun Kenny-Dowall scored late to clinch victory for his side against Cronulla.
Triple Tour de France champion Greg LeMond says Cadel Evans still "has some legs left" and that age should not determine when he retires.