Storm Surrender to Canberra Rabbitohs Continue to Reel

Sydney Roosters gained some ground on table topping Melbourne following Round 22 of the Telstra 2019 NRL Premiership competition. They reminded, if reminding was necessary, the New Zealand Warriors that the Warriors are not the All Blacks with a 42 – 6 thrashing at Sydney Cricket Ground. Meanwhile, the Canberra Raiders paid a visit to…

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Unruffled Ruffels Wins U.S. Women’s Amateur Dramatically

The equal pay crowd might have some valid points to make following the conclusion of the U.S. Women’s Amateur in West Point, Mississippi. Even though it was an amateur competition and did not offer prizemoney to the winner, the women who took part deserve vast compensation for enduring Mississippi in August. Heat and humidity to…

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Adelaide Hanging Onto Eight on a Wing and a Prayer

It seems inevitable that the Adelaide Crows will fall from the top eight and the 87 – 60 loss to Carlton in Round 19 was emblematic of a campaign gone awry. They face a far sterner test than St. Kilda in Round 21 of the Toyota 2019 AFL Premiershipcompetition when they travel to Perth to…

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Claret Jug Belongs to Shane Lowry Republic of Ireland

It might not sit too well with the Royal and Ancient that they decided, after almost 70 years to play The Open Championship in Northern Ireland, that a golfer from the rebel Republic of Ireland to the south won the 148th edition of The Open Championship. No worries, it was sheer coincidence, not a plan…

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Teague Rhymes with League Making Him Logical Choice to Lead Blues

Members of the Carlton Blues playing list have been talking to the higher-ups to give the open coaching job with the club to David Teague. Teague is filling in for now and the players started being more open about his getting the gig following a rare win by the Blues over the Fremantle Dockers in…

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Society Seems to be Intent on Excluding Israel Folau

Israel Folau seems to be in the running for World’s Most Unpopular Man at the moment. He has lost his job playing rugby, despite being one of the best footballers ever. Folau took to social media to appeal for money with which to battle Rugby Australia over his termination for saying what he thought, launching…

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Longmire Brushes Aside Suggestions of His Candidacy for Norths Coach

John Longmire, the former North Melbourne great is doing what everyone seems to be doing, which is to avoid the vacancy at the coaching position that the Kangaroos have on their hands. The Roos are looking for a full-time successor to the dearly departed Brad Scott, but Longmire either is playing coy or truly does…

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Foran Longs for Another Chance to Represent New Zealand Homeland

After missing the chance to play rep football for the All Blacks for over two years, Kieran Foran has indicated that he would like to participate for New Zealand for a Test with Tonga. Injuries have hampered Foran for some time, including the second half of last year. Foran now appears to be at full…

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Chinese Footy Fans Go Missing from Port versus St. Kilda Game

We were shaking our heads over the dismal turnout for the game between the Port Adelaide Power and the St. Kilda Saints played in Shanghai. It would seem easy to fill a 20,000-capacity stadium in a country with a population of over one billion, but the venue was half-full, or half empty, if you are…

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