Why can't the Dockers nail their top draft picks any more?
Fremantle has its best hand of best draft picks since 1999, the year of Pavlich and Hasleby — but the problem is, they keep picking players in the first round that fail to make an impact, writes Clint Thomas.
If I'd caught you Lyon, we wouldn't feel this Paine
When Tim Paine walked onto the Gabba after England opted to bat, it was his chance to make his case. It was also his chance for things to go wrong, writes Geoff Lemon.
'Anything is possible'': Female competitor realising her dream at Newcastle 500
Aussie Racing Car competitor Charlotte Poynting will be the first driver on track in the inaugural Newcastle 500 — and she will not be the only female getting behind the wheel.
Hinds: Postecoglou's exit is as much about the FFA as the coach
To understand why Ange Postecoglou walked away from the Socceroos, one must ask why a game with such abundant potential remains stuck in a frustrating cycle of underachievement and self-harm, writes Richard Hinds.
Milligan sees red as Jets thump Victory
Mark Milligan is likely to earn the ire of the A-League's match review panel for his headbutt to Daniel Georgievski's chest in Melbourne Victory's 4-1 loss.
Vince shines but Aussies finish strongly on day one at the Gabba
James Vince and his fellow English batsmen dominated the first half of day one, but late wickets undid the early work as Australia roared back to take the momentum in the first Ashes Test.
Women's cricket on the rise, say Australian stars Ellyse Perry and Rachael Haynes
Ellyse Perry and Rachael Haynes say the response to Australia's Women's Ashes success has shown them how much their game has grown in public support.