It's that one-and-only night on the AFL calendar. No, the Brownlow Medal count hasn't been delayed a couple of months. It's draft night. The big occasion when the 18 clubs make vital decisions about new personnel .... decisions that can eventually result in premierships.
Manly have signed former New Zealand international Epalahame Lauaki as the replacement for retired forward Richie Fa'aoso.
West Tigers captain Robbie Farah has a pretty good response to those who have already written off his team's chances this season.
Cronulla skipper Paul Gallen has revealed he has suffered as a result of his "win at all costs" attitude, the very competitiveness that looms – again – as the besieged club's x-factor.
The Lions lost their coach and five promising youngsters at the end of 2014. Prior to that, they had raised hopes with a strong finish to the 2013 season.
Changes to the cars has everyone on edge for the Australian GP, writes Mark Fogarty.
Jacques Potgieter says he doesn't have a "style".
Robert Smerdon’s flying filly Anatina now considered a winning chance at 1200 metres.
Expensive yearling comes from off the pace to show he will excel at longer distances.
I am wondering if anyone else out there has the same lethargy about the start of this year's Super Rugby season as I do. In what could be described as a soft sell from the rugby bosses, for me this year's season seemed to have kicked off almost unnoticed.