Three more charged over greyhound live baiting scandal

Three more people charged over greyhound live baiting scandal

The last haka: All Blacks pay fitting tribute to Jonah Lomu

Jonah Lomu's former teammates performed this incredible haka

Cowboys coach may get a Green light for Maroon role

North Queensland Cowboys coach Paul Green.

Has the door opened for Paul Green?

Chris Cairns cleared of perjury: 'I've been through hell'

Former New Zealand cricketer found not guilty but says his reputation has been 'completely scorched'

Chris Cairns is a free man after a marathon 8-week trial

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A-League fans continue their stadium walkouts

Mariners fans hold up a sign during the round eight A-League match between the Central Coast Mariners and the Western Sydney Wanderers at Central Coast Stadium in Gosford. Photo: Ashley Feder/Getty Images.

FOOTBALL Federation Australia is facing a crisis after another fan walkout.

Grassroots can’t be left to wither

Action from this year's NRL grand final.

$50 million club handout is a real turnoff

Stars can’t keep up with Jones

Matthew Jones  poses for photographers as he holds the Stone Haven Cup after winning the Australian Open golf tournament in Sydney. Photo: AP Photo/Rob Griffith.

Matt Jones slays the giants at Australian Open

Player ratings: Black Caps v Australia

New Zealand's Brendon McCullum, right, and Tim Southee hug following their loss to Australia in their cricket test in Adelaide, Sunday, Nov. 29, 2015. Australia won the match, the first day-night test, by 3 wickets inside of 3 days and won the series 2-0.

New Zealand test series ratings following the 2-0 series defeat

Brendon McCullum says umpire blunder was 'crucial factor'

New Zealand's captain Brendon McCullum (C) shakes hands with Australian players at the end of the first day-night cricket Test match at the Adelaide Oval on November 29, 2015.

McCullum confirmed the Nigel Llong blunder was a crucial factor.

Josh snares six as Starc limps over line

Centre of attention: Josh Hazlewood after claiming his fifth wicket yesterday at the Adelaide Oval. Photo: Getty Images.

Starc’s ankle injury was not as bad as first feared.

McGuire to play it smart in recovery

Brisbane Broncos have commenced pre-season training.

By George, the game needs him big time

George Rose in action for the Dragons. Photo: AAP Image.

Yes, he is big – very big, in fact.

Johnathan Thurston is golden yet again

Johnathan Thurston

JT has iced the greatest season of his illustrious career.

Cowboys get a favourable draw for Nines defence

Cowboys coach Paul Green is likely to give youth a chance at Auckland Nines.

North Queensland has drawn one of the easier pools at Nines.

Titanic year ahead for speedster after back surgery

Zillman is keen to get back into the game after a year of injuries

Dim view has 6pm Friday up in lights for NRL

Why not schedule two games to kick off at 7.30pm

From bottom to top, Leicester City transformation complete

Leicester City's English striker Jamie Vardy celebrates after scoring his team's first goal at St James' Park. Photo: AFP PHOTO / LINDSEY PARNABY

From bottom to top, transformation complete

Sky Blues out of their comfort zone

Sydney FC coach Graham Arnold.

Sydney FC's first trip out of NSW won’t be an easy one.

Reborn Wanderers rise from their own ashes

Jaushua Sotirio in action for the Wanderers. Photo: Tony Feder/Getty Images

Reborn Wanderers rise from their own ashes

Socceroos great shows no signs of slowing down

Tim Cahill celebrates after scoring the first goal against Bangladesh  at Bangabandhu National Stadium  in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Photo: Stanley Chou/Getty Images.

TIM Cahill is like a fine wine ... he just gets better with age.

Maclaren aiming to keep scoreboard ticking over for Roar

Brisbane Roar striker Jamie Maclaren. Photo: Bradley Kanaris/Getty Images

Jamie Maclaren is ready to make a strong return for the Roar.

Ange will back in his Socceroos forwards

Tim Cahill.

Tim Cahill to lead from the front.

Australia take edge to stumps

Adelaide Oval

Having lost the toss, Australia will start at 54 for two

NZ batsmen far from in the pink

Australian speedster Mitchell Starc celebrates the wicket of Kane Williamson yesterday. Picture / Getty Images

Big chance missed on day of firsts in historic test in Adelaide

Final Test attack faces minimal tweaking

Australian captain Steve Smith leaders the team from the field at stumps on day 2 of the first Trans-Tasman Test match between Australia and New Zealand at the Gabba in Brisbane, Friday, Nov. 6, 2015. (AAP Image/Dave Hunt) NO ARCHIVING, EDITORIAL USE ONLY, IMAGES TO BE USED FOR NEWS REPORTING PURPOSES ONLY, NO COMMERCIAL USE WHATSOEVER, NO USE IN BOOKS WITHOUT PRIOR WRITTEN CONSENT FROM AAP

Australia to field regular three-pronged pace attack

Promising young Bulls ready to charge at Blues

The Queensland Bulls take on New South Wales at the SCG today.

Queensland Bulls take on New South Wales at the SCG

BIG READ: Can the pink ball really save cricket?

The pink ball revolution has been fermenting for years

'Wanted: Beer wenches' - Cricket fans' bad taste Gumtree ad

The ad seeks young women who are "easy on the eye"