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‘It’s surreal’: Carpenter’s Lyon move unmatched in Australian soccer

There may not be a team anywhere else in the world, in any sport, able to match that sort of honour roll. Their squad is so packed with elite talent it’s almost unfair. Norwegian striker Ada Hegerberg, the inaugural winner of the women’s Ballon d’Or, tops the list. But then …

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Swans and Giants to get familiar amid fixture uncertainty

Sydney and the Giants will fly in to Melbourne together on Friday with the Giants heading to Marvel Stadium to play the Bulldogs, while the Swans stay overnight to prepare to play North Melbourne on Saturday. Both teams will fly back on Saturday night. The club’s non-selected players will remain …

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NRL confident of NSW government approval to burst bubble within days

Players were also angered after being told they would not be given exemptions to visit their mums for Mother’s Day on May 9. “We’ve tried to be really reasonable around the submission,” Newton said. “We are certainly optimistic about the result of the feedback so far from the government.” Many …

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Warriors go to the dogs for NRL bubble escape

For weeks the Dogs haven’t been able to escape biosecurity dramas, yet the Warriors have used canines as a unique way to escape them. As Canterbury struggled through Terry Lamb’s COVID-19 breach and Aiden Tolman unwittingly being caught up in a coronavirus scare, Stephen Kearney’s side have found a novel …

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Cricket Australia still hopeful for summer of crowds

Cricket Australia is still eyeing packed-out stadiums for this summer’s headline Test series against India as the country emerges from the coronavirus. The Border-Gavaskar Trophy generally attracts the second biggest Test crowds behind the Ashes in Australia, with an average of almost 25,000 attending each day in 2018-19. Cricket Australia …

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Moses clients could become stuck with his firm despite deregistration

Moreover, Moses also represents a long list of current or prospective NRL coaches including Anthony Seibold, Anthony O’Brien and Stephen Kearney giving him particularly strong pockets of influence at the Broncos and Warriors. Some of the top-earning clients can save six-figure amounts if they are able to immediately terminate their …

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Test pathway? It’s cross-country now

This is a 30-plus-year step back into the future. The establishment of the cricket academy, forerunner to the NCC, in 1987 was meant to fast-track young stars. Out of it, a system grew. For a time, there was a debate about whether that system moulded or mollycoddled talented tyros. The …

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‘He was cleared’: New Hawks owner defends former 76ers GM Colangelo

“We also understand the importance of creating a successful environment on the court as well as off it and want to make sure we are selling out all of our games at WIN Entertainment Centre.” Kordahi forecast an extra match or two being taken to Canberra and believes expanding the …

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In-form Sherry hopes tricky gate won’t make it a bridge too far

Tom Sherry might have a burgeoning reputation as the next big thing in the apprentice ranks but he says he’s more than happy to stick with the proven path his master, trainer Mark Newnham, set out from the beginning. It’s been a huge season for Sherry, who had a 4kg …

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