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‘It’s a disgrace’: Former Test quick lashes CA

FORMER Test bowler and outspoken Cricket Australia critic Rodney Hogg has delivered his fiercest lashing of the governing body yet. Several of CA’s elite performance strategies and techniques came under fire when Brett Geeves and Gavin Robertson declared their respective criticisms on Tuesday night. Now Hogg, who played 38 Tests and 71 one-day internationals, has chimed in and begun by ...

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‘A bit of chaos’: Eddie’s wacky training trick

ENGLAND head coach Eddie Jones had warned his players he will introduce “a bit of chaos” as they continue to build towards the 2019 World Cup, and that includes training alongside their Six Nations rivals. The England and Wales forwards will train together in Bristol on November 6 as they prepare for the end-of-year Tests, with referee Nigel Owens overseeing ...

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Why Eels will suit Jarryd Hayne

[unable to retrieve full-text content]NRL: David Riccio has said the Eels is the best fit for Jarryd Hayne to succeed Click here to Read from the source

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A-League Confidential TV: Round 5

[unable to retrieve full-text content]The Daily Telegraph’s Carly Adno and Tom Smithies are joined by The Courier-Mail’s Marco Monteverde to discuss all the latest football news and preview this weekend’s A-League action. Click here to Read from the source

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Wallabies name shock No.10 for Japan Test

BACKLINE utility Reece Hodge has been cast into the hot seat as a Wallabies five-eighth for the first time with top playmaker Bernard Foley sidelined with illness for Saturday’s Test against Japan in Yokohama. As is so often the case when experimental back-up plans are in place in football, they are the first to be tested by injury or unforeseen ...

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Race watch: Davo’s tips for Rosehill

RACING analyst Brad Davidson runs the rule over every race, including speed maps and suggested bets for Rosehill Gardens on Saturday. ROSEHILL GARDENS Track: Good 4. Rail: True position. BEST BET: REBEL MISS (Race 7, No. 5) VALUE BET: PICK ME UP (Race 3, No. 4) R1 (12.05pm): LACK GROUP — WEST TRADIES PLATE (1100m) OVERVIEW: Very tough race to ...

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Weekend Best Bets: Derby Day edition

OUR tipsters were on the money last week, including a $15 winner. Find out who they fancy at the major race meetings around the nation, highlighted by Derby Day at Flemington. Last week … Five winners. Shayne O’Cass led the line with his value bet Cabeza De Vaca saluting at $15. Glenn McFarlane also had some joy with his value ...

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Derby Day dos and don’ts

IF you’re going to rub shoulders with celebrities and wannabes from A-Z this spring carnival in ritzy carpark marquees then do it properly. SuperRacing has delved deep into its multiple group-one experiences to establish the 12 golden Dos and Don’ts for carpark marquees. ULTIMATE GUIDE: EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE CUP GROUND BREAKER: WHY MARMELO IS POISED TO ...

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Coultner-Nile in line for Aus

[unable to retrieve full-text content]Cricket: Justin Langer says Nathan Coulter-Nile has to be in contention for national selection. Click here to Read from the source

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AFL fixture 2018: Stadium footbridge poses ‘small risk’ to Eagles’ scheduled Thursday night clash with Essendon

Premier Mark McGowan believes there is a “small risk” in the AFL’s decision to schedule a week-night footy game in June, despite the Government advising against it because of uncertainty over completion of the stadium footbridge. Mr McGowan’s comments came after the AFL released its full 2018 fixture, including a Thursday night clash between the Eagles and Essendon on June ...

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