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.
He is a throwback to a traditional New Zealand stayer, like Melbourne Cup winner Kiwi, but Who Shot Thebarman’s trainer Mark Oulaghan is not sure if he is up to the class of a Sydney Cup in the 21st century.
Former Australian player Craig Fitzgibbon has rejoined the Kangaroos ranks after being added to Tim Sheens’ coaching staff.
As trying as times may be in Sydney, things could be a whole lot worse for Jeremy Laidler – he could still be at Carlton.
Melbourne Rebels coach Tony McGahan had just watched his team control much of the first half against the Western Force on Friday night and hold a dominant position in just about every statistic relevant for a game of rugby union. But despite the pressure, they had not been able to score a try, with the Force keeping the scoreline held at 6-6 at half-time.
Fed Cup is like Davis Cup's little sister, the sibling that struggles to be noticed, the one that suffers a minor identity crisis beyond its dedicated inner circle.
Hawthorn veteran Brian Lake says the club's depth in defence has become one of its greatest attributes leading up to the blockbuster Easter Monday clash against Geelong at the MCG.
The late, great Detroit Pistons coach Chuck Daly always said his favourite time of the basketball year was the play-offs.
Bookmakers around the country can't find a dollar for Carlton House in Saturday's Queen Elizabeth Stakes, but the cheer squad for her majesty's horse will be led by It's A Dundeel's owner and Racing NSW chairman John Messara.
Blanketed last weekend by Collingwood's Brent Macaffer, Richmond skipper Trent Cotchin charged back into form on Thursday night with 32 disposals against the Brisbane Lions.