• Graham living the dream for beloved Souths
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    Graham living the dream for beloved Souths

    South Sydney's Campbell Graham grew up despising the Sydney Roosters and will run out against the Rabbitohs' local rivals in Saturday's NRL preliminary final.

  • Sharks have one eye firmly on future
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    Sharks have one eye firmly on future

    As well as chasing an NRL title, the Cronulla under-20s and reserve grade side are also in the hunt for premierships.

  • Mortlock backs under-fire Wallabies coach
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    Mortlock backs under-fire Wallabies coach

    The countdown to the 2019 Rugby World Cup's on, with the global showpiece kicking off in a year on Thursday - and Michael Cheika remains the man for Australia.

  • Mixed injury news for Sharks ahead of prelim
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    Mixed injury news for Sharks ahead of prelim

    Cronulla could head into their preliminary final against the Storm severely understrength.

  • Aussie Dickson stuns NFL with drop kicks
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    Aussie Dickson stuns NFL with drop kicks

    Michael Dickson looked superhuman until he shanked a punt against the Bears that travelled only 10 yards.

  • Confidence is key for Rona's Aust hopes
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    Confidence is key for Rona's Aust hopes

    Curtis Rona says he has to focus on playing with confidence to force his way back into contention for Wallabies selection.

  • Sonny Bill Williams to fight Bachelorette winner
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    Sonny Bill Williams to fight Bachelorette winner

    Sonny Bill Williams will fight reality TV star and millionaire Stu Laundy in the headline event of a charity boxing promotion in Sydney.

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    Dawson disappearance: no clues in the dirt

    NSW Police have found no clues in the earth beneath the former home of missing Sydney woman Lynette Dawson.

  • Rugby Australia makes decision on Tui incident
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    Rugby Australia makes decision on Tui incident

    Rugby Australia has decided not to take any further action over an incident involving Lukhan Tui and a Wallabies fan but will review their security measures.

  • AFL critics no concern for Pies' big Texan
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    AFL critics no concern for Pies' big Texan

    Collingwood's American giant Mason Cox had never picked up a Sherrin four years ago but is now just one win away from the AFL grand final.

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    Taumalolo hails Kangaroos' sacrifice

    Kangaroos players have been hailed by Tonga star Jason Taumalolo for their financial sacrifice to stage their historic Test match next month.

  • Women's sevens gold medallists re-sign
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    Women's sevens gold medallists re-sign

    Olympic gold medallists Sharni Williams, Shannon Parry and Alicia Quirk have signed on with the Australian women's sevens squad until the end of 2020.

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    Search wraps up at Dawson's Sydney home

    The search for evidence at the former home of missing Sydney woman Lynette Dawson is wrapping up, NSW Police say.

  • Ben Hunt explains 'dumbest play of the year'
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    Ben Hunt explains 'dumbest play of the year'

    The Dragons halfback reckons he's lost his Kangaroos spot after Saturday night's finals horror show.

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    Barrett not to blame for NZ loss: Hansen

    Beauden Barrett has gone from match winner to villain in the eyes of All Blacks supporters after their Rugby Championship loss to South Africa.

  • Cheika will bring Aussie success: Ledesma
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    Cheika will bring Aussie success: Ledesma

    Mario Ledesma believes Michael Cheika's methods will eventually bring success for the Wallabies despite their recent wobbles.

  • Wallabies fans right to be angry: Cheika
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    Wallabies fans right to be angry: Cheika

    Wallabies coach Michael Cheika says he understands why supporters are so angry after their first defeat at home to Argentina in 35 years.

  • Police continue dig at Dawson residence
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    Police continue dig at Dawson residence

    A search for evidence continues at the former Sydney home of Lynette Dawson who went missing more than 35 years ago.

  • Ledesma lauds Pumas' win over Wallabies
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    Ledesma lauds Pumas' win over Wallabies

    Argentina coach Mario Ledesma says his team were initially lacking a bit of belief and could have scored more in their first win over the Wallabies in 35 years.

  • Springboks' planning on track: Erasmus
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    Springboks' planning on track: Erasmus

    Springboks coach Rassie Erasmus believes his side is on the right track to challenge at next year's Rugby World Cup in Japan.

  • Wallaby makes shock decision after ugly fan clash
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    Wallaby makes shock decision after ugly fan clash

    A distraught Wallaby's player has told teammates he is "not going to be playing anymore" following an ugly post-match altercation with a fan.

  • Argentina upset woeful Wallabies
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    Argentina upset woeful Wallabies

    The Wallabies have suffered a shock 23-19 defeat to Argentina in their Rugby Championship Test on the Gold Coast.

  • Springboks upset All Blacks in thriller
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    Springboks upset All Blacks in thriller

    South Africa have beaten the All Blacks in New Zealand for the first time in almost a decade, winning their Rugby Championship encounter 36-34 in Wellington.

  • Lewis feared NRL career was over during Sharks' escape
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    Lewis feared NRL career was over during Sharks' escape

    Two-time premiership winner Luke Lewis admits he feared his NRL career was over after an injury and a fierce fightback from Penrith in the Sharks' semi-final escape.

  • Neck issues may stick with Wallaby Pocock
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    Neck issues may stick with Wallaby Pocock

    Wallabies flanker David Pocock insists he's good to go on Saturday, but that his troublesome neck soreness may remain an issue for the rest of his rugby career.