Jungle Life Too Much For Val To Stomach

Val Lehman has rocketed to the top of the betting to be the first celebrity to quit I’m A Celebrity according to online bookmaker sportsbet.com.au. The Prisoner pensioner was previously a $19 outsider but now stands as the clear favourite on $4.00 ahead of Laurina ($4.50) and Havana Brown ($5.00). The Chief Paul Harragon is…

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Newcastle and Canberra Dispute Over Joseph Tabine

The days of a sports club essentially owning a player are thankfully a thing of the past, but sometimes, the past does not die easily or completely, as would seem to be the case in the hissing match taking place between Newcastle and Canberra over the rights to the services of forward Joseph Tabine. The…

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Purdon Pair Primed For Group One Double

Champion standardbred trainer Mark Purdon is odds on to win two of harness racing’s majors on Saturday week. If sportsbet.com.au’s markets are any guide Purdon has the Derby and Oaks, to be run at Menangle, at his mercy. The online bookmaker has posted Our Waikiki Beach as $1.30 favourite for the Derby and Our Dream…

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Wallabies Without Gill And David Pocock

If Liam Gill and David Pocock truly are not available for Wallabies duty, number one openside flanker Michael Hooper might find his workload excessive. Australia may have to depend on Hooper and Sean McMahon after having at one time the best depth at the position in the world. Gill has signed for Toulon, so his…

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Ashley Barty Returns To Tennis After 17 months

Proving that playing cricket is the ideal way to prepare for tennis, Ashley Barty has returned to the court after her 17-month venture as a cricket player for the Brisbane Heat in the Women’s Big Bash League. Barty first came to notice as an up and coming tennis player by being the Wimbledon junior champion….

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Gerald Healy Not Happy With Afl Re Essendon Handling

Gerald Healy, the 1988 Brownlow Medal winner, has expressed disgust over the way the AFL has handled requests by football clubs affected by the suspension of the Dons 34. Ex-Dons players that went to other clubs after the 2012 season, and were then suspended for their roles in the doping scandal, have affected the roster…

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No Roadblock For Lucky Street

West Australian star Lucky Street is expected to make it two in a row in Sundays Magic Millions at Pinjarra. It is no surprise that online bookmaker sportsbet.com.au has posted Lucky Street as the $1.25 favourite. The Oratorio colt meets his own age, in the three-year-old Trophy, after running a huge race in the Winterbottom…

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AFL Season Nearing – Teams Prepare For NAB Challenge

With the 2016 AFL season getting underway in just over a fortnight, the news continues to flood in as teams prepare for the NAB Challenge prior to the beginning of the home-and-away season. Geelong ruckman Rhys Stanley believes he will be recovered in time to play at least part of the NAB Challenge as he…

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New Nations Coach Eddie Jones Has New Ideas

New Six Nations Head Coach Eddie Jones, in a message intended to notify this squad’s players that Stuart Lancaster’s tenure is over by having motivational quotes of Arnold Schwarzenegger on the walls of the high performance centre in England stripped. Jones wants the players to personalize the centre with their own mark at the multimillion-dollar…

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More Bets On Roosters To Win Spoon Than Any Other Team

Mitchell Pearce hasn’t even been suspended yet but there are now more bets on the Roosters to win the wooden spoon than on any other side. Online bookmaker sportsbet.com.au has brought the Roosters’ price in from $101 to $67 in the Least Wins market as a result. The Roosters have slipped from the second line…

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