Sport Features

Sat 7 Apr 2018

Charlie's got the Power to succeed

Charlie's got the Power to succeed

After a less-than-warm welcome to the club, Charlie Dixon has been embraced by Port Adelaide's fans

Sat 31 Mar 2018

Lion-hearted: Hard times mould young Brisbane star

Lion-hearted: Hard times mould young Brisbane star

Berry owes much of his strength of heart and dedication to succeed to his mother.

Thu 29 Mar 2018

From barefoot teen to NRL’s Next Big Thing

premium_icon From barefoot teen to NRL’s Next Big Thing

VILIAME Kikau’s family went without so they could afford to buy him football boots as a kid. To repay that love, the Panthers powerhouse plays — very hard.

Thu 22 Mar 2018

The emotional JT speech inspiring the Cowboys

premium_icon The emotional JT speech inspiring the Cowboys

REMEMBER this feeling. That was the message Johnathan Thurston delivered to the Cowboys just minutes after last year’s grand final loss to Melbourne.

To hell and back: Lions following Demons' lead

To hell and back: Lions following Demons' lead

Roos says the Lions are following Demons lead, writes Terry Mallinder

Sun 11 Mar 2018

The long journey of Eels and the Hayne Plane

premium_icon The long journey of Eels and the Hayne Plane

AFTER 1,263 days, the polarising prodigal son of Parramatta is back. But it isn’t just Jarryd Hayne that has changed — the Eels are a vastly different club to the...

Fri 9 Mar 2018

Ping-pong ding-dongs shed light on success

Ping-pong ding-dongs shed light on success

As Cowboy's great Johnathan Thurston prepares for his final season, we take a look at what drives this champion footballer

Wed 7 Mar 2018

Pills made me a predator: Matt Lodge

premium_icon Pills made me a predator: Matt Lodge

DISGRACED Brisbane Broncos forward Matt Lodge has broken his silence to apologise to his American victims and opened up about his battle with prescription drugs.

Fri 2 Mar 2018

JP Smith's journey ends up at home at Reds

JP Smith's journey ends up at home at Reds

South African-born prop JP Smith says he has come home to the Queensland Reds

Thu 1 Mar 2018

The moments that made Fanning the greatest

premium_icon The moments that made Fanning the greatest

FROM his surprise win at Bells Beach in 2001 to his phenomenal return to Jeffreys Bay following a shark attack, these are the moments that defined Mick Fanning’s...

Tue 20 Feb 2018

Sad skier is ‘funniest thing ever’

Sad skier is ‘funniest thing ever’

SHE’S the 2018 Winter Olympian who combined the luck of Steven Bradbury with Eddie the Eagle’s glaring lack of ability.

Mon 12 Feb 2018

Gift Scotty wants to give Australia is white, not gold

Gift Scotty wants to give Australia is white, not gold

SCOTTY James, the charming Aussie flag-bearer from central casting, has a ruthless streak — but rivals are wondering if he’s gone too far.

Tue 6 Feb 2018

Backyard wrestles and PS4 forging Red V’s next big thing

Backyard wrestles and PS4 forging Red V’s next big thing

LUCIANO Leilua is tough and he’s competitive. And you can attribute both those traits — at least in part — to his older brother, Joey, who could be facing his...

Sun 4 Feb 2018

Back off Melbourne — Simmons belongs to Newcastle

Back off Melbourne — Simmons belongs to Newcastle

MOVE over Melbourne, Ben Simmons belongs to the Steel City. He is as Novocastrian as the Johns brothers, Silverchair and a good wave at Merewether.

Sat 3 Feb 2018

Lutkins and Lions ready to do battle in AFLW

Lutkins and Lions ready to do battle in AFLW

Kate Lutkins is someone you want in the trenches - be it with the Australian Defence Force or in the AFLW.

Mon 15 Jan 2018

Kyrgios now a rebel with a cause

premium_icon Kyrgios now a rebel with a cause

NICK Kyrgios is regularly lashed for his on-court misdemeanours but the polarising Aussie is using his off-court philanthropy to drive his Australian Open...

Sat 13 Jan 2018

Teen star faces his biggest test in Melbourne

Teen star faces his biggest test in Melbourne

Alex de Minaur has taken tennis by storm in 2018 but a tough draw in round one of the Australian Open will be a big test for the emerging talent

Sat 30 Dec 2017

'Big Three' complete an unprecedented treble

'Big Three' complete an unprecedented treble

YEAR IN REVIEW: Smith, Slater and Cronk swept all before them in 2017.

Sun 17 Dec 2017

'I thought my Roar career was history'

'I thought my Roar career was history'

MORE than four months after his last game of football, Thomas Kristensen makes his return when the Roar host Melbourne Victory.

Mon 11 Dec 2017

Larkin’s plan to overcome Rio disappointment

Larkin’s plan to overcome Rio disappointment

MITCH Larkin is toying with the idea of adding the individual medley to his Commonwealth Games trials program in a bid to maintain the hunger that will fuel his...

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