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Former England captain and BBC cricket commentator Geoffrey Boycott apologises for making an allegedly racist comment while discussing knighthoods handed out to West Indies cricketers.
Fresh from Neil Henry's sacking, Gold Coast star Jarryd Hayne says the axed Titans coach should not have taken his gripes to the media.
The PFA's chief executive warns a lack of action in relation to the new FFA Congress model will prove especially costly for the women's game in Australia.
Rugby Western Australia is granted leave to appeal the Australian Rugby Union's decision to cut the Western Force from Super Rugby next year.
Socceroos coach Ange Postecoglou accepts the inevitable, excluding an unfit Mile Jedinak from his squad for their crunch World Cup qualifiers.
Barcelona is suing Neymar for the $12.6 million bonus it paid the Brazil striker for signing a contract he later broke to join Paris Saint-Germain on a world record transfer.
Socceroos midfield ace Tom Rogic is set for a third consecutive Champions League campaign, despite Celtic losing to Astana 4-3 in the second leg of their tie in Kazakhstan.
Mining entrepreneur Andrew Forrest makes an "unprecedented financial offer" to the ARU to retain the Western Force in the Super Rugby competition — but the bid is knocked back.
The NRL minor premiership secured, Melbourne Storm are on target to replicate their 2007 achievement of 44 competition points in a season.
Nick Kyrgios just enjoyed one of the best weeks of his career, and remains one of tennis's brightest rising stars, so when will the media and the "flog" mob get behind him?
Leah Jeffries is one of a growing number of young women pursuing the sport, which will feature for the first time at the 2020 Olympics.
We may not get another premier from seventh, but the race for the AFL flag remains wide open, writes Andrew McGarry.
After hitting the operating table yet again, 22-year-old Jarryd Hughes might have thought his snowboarding days were over — instead, he is now preparing for the Olympics.
Axed Titans coach Neil Henry urges fans to "stick with the club" because the Gold Coast needs a rugby league team that is worth supporting.
Wayne Rooney scores in front of Manchester fans before City's Raheem Sterling undoes his hard work with a stunning late equaliser.
More than four years after his last Test cap, finger-spinner Ashton Agar looks set to pull on the whites for Australia when the series against Bangladesh starts on Sunday.
The Fremantle Dockers say a fan has offered an apology to Danyle Pearce after racially abusing the midfielder following yesterday's AFL match against Richmond.
A plan which could allow the NRL access to players' bank statements and phone records is a sticking point in pay negotiations, as footballers defend their privacy.
The Fremantle Dockers investigate the alleged racial abuse of defender Danyle Pearce by a man in a corporate box at Subiaco Oval during yesterday's match against the Tigers.
Port Adelaide will be without Tom Jonas for the Power's first final if the club accepts a two-match ban offered by the match review panel.
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