IF THE World Cup streaming issues persist, Optus or maybe even the government, are going to have to do something drastic.
SOUTH Sydney have firmed as favourites to win the NRL premiership while fellow competition heavyweights the Panthers have eased.
WC Snapshot: Five of the top six nations in the FIFA rankings have played, and none has won. Meanwhile, Neymar makes return to the World Cup playing field.
BACK-TO-BACK defeats have Australia’s ODI team at its lowest point since 1984 and, bar a remarkable turnaround in form, there is more unwanted history ahead
FORMER North Melbourne premiership player Wayne Schwass says that he would remove both expansion clubs if he was in charge of the AFL.
FERNANDO Alonso arrived in Le Mans last week aiming to do what only five drivers had done before him - and he delivered in emphatic style.
Tennis and Racquet Sports
EVEN at 36 Roger Federer is managing to do things he’s never accomplished before — even after a break during the clay-court season.
BENDIGO trainer Shaun Dwyer is daring to dream his exciting filly Miss Leonidas can deliver him another Group One Lightning Stakes.
OPTUS has become public enemy number one with sports fans across Australia with its poor World Cup coverage. But it’s not entirely to blame.
JORGE Lorenzo celebrated wildly in front of his home fans after leading home a crash-riddled field at the Grand Prix of Catalunya.
SOCCEROOS captain Mile Jedinak has called on his team to move on from the VAR fiasco that marred their loss to France as Denmark loom large.
QUEENSLAND coach Kevin Walters has confirmed Newcastle young gun Kalyn Ponga will make his debut for the Maroons after naming an 18-man squad for Origin II.
AUSTRALIA’S World Cup broadcasting service Optus Sport offered a landmark apology, but the issues persist and fans aren’t happy.
HOLDEN’S Dave Reynolds made good on his promise to deliver in Darwin with a brave move at turn one giving him a win over championship leader Scott McLaughlin.
SOCCEROOS winger Mathew Leckie has taken aim at France's gamesmanship after Australia's heartbreaking loss to France, insisting it's a bad look for football.
HAWTHORN are still dreaming of further September success says three-time premiership player Isaac Smith.
BILLY Slater will be picked for Queensland’s must-win State of Origin game two but the veteran fullback has been given a deadline to prove his fitness.
DENMARK can bury Australia’s World Cup campaign with a victory over the Socceroos and the Danes insist they can overcome a ‘lucky’ first-up win to do so.
CANTERBURY coach Dean Pay says he feels sorry for fans after they were forced to watch their side put in another woeful performance against Gold Coast.
DEFENDING champion Brooks Koepka sits atop the leaderboard with Henrik Stenson heading into the final round of a punishing US Open as Dustin Johnson stumbled.