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Penalty goal gives Warriors late win  >  Rugby League

A last-minute penalty goal from Shaun Johnson has handed the Warriors a 14-13 win over the Roosters in Auckland.

Demons run Bombers ragged in AFL win  >  AFL

Melbourne overran Essendon in the second half to break their three-game losing streak on Sunday at Etihad Stadium.

Hannebery says Swans have lost AFL voice  >  AFL

Sydney youngster Isaac Heeney says it's a weird feeling as the previously dominant AFL team sit winless at the bottom of the ladder.

Hodge says Hawks' AFL attitude must change  >  AFL

After Hawthorn coach Alastair Clarkson forecast catastrophic change, veteran Luke Hodge says it is up to the players to put in a better effort.

Cats sign premiership coach to new deal  >  AFL

Geelong have signed premiership coach Chris Scott to a two-year contract extension that ties him to the AFL club until the end of the 2019 season.

Tigers investigate NRL crowd incident  >  Rugby League

Wests Tigers say they are working with police to investigate a crowd incident, after a can appeared to be thrown at NRL players at Leichhardt Oval on Saturday.

Jillaroos name rookie halves for Kiwi Test  >  Rugby League

Australia are set to unleash rookie halves Zahara Tamara and Simone Smith for Friday's women's rugby league Test against New Zealand in Canberra.

Whitelock cited for alleged dangerous play  >  Rugby Union

Crusaders skipper Sam Whitelock may be charged after a SANZAAR citing commissioner took exception to an alleged act of foul play against the Cheetahs.

Magpies edge Firebirds in Super Netball  >  Other Sports

Australian Diamonds star Sharni Layton led from the front as the Magpies claimed a 61-59 Super Netball win over Queensland Firebirds in Launceston.

Rohan cleared after sickening AFL injury  >  AFL

Sydney forward Gary Rohan has thanked fans for their support after his nasty collision at the MCG.

With Glory out, Lowe turns to next season  >  Football

Perth coach Kenny Lowe will focus on retaining the core of his talent-stacked squad after Glory lost their semi-final 3-0 to premiers Sydney FC.

Tough competition for Johnny Warren Medal  >  Football

Contenders for the A-League's Johnny Warren Medal.

Woods says Tigers' drama spurred to exit  >  Rugby League

Aaron Woods says instability at Wests Tigers helped prompt his decision to leave the club for a four-year NRL deal at Canterbury.

Own team a threat to Ninkovic Medal hopes  >  Football

Sydney FC's Milos Ninkovic is favourite to collect the Johnny Warren Medal as A-League player of the season on Monday night..

Cowboys could follow Canterbury's rep snub  >  Rugby League

North Queensland coach Paul Green says he has every right to rule his NRL players out of next Sunday's City-Country fixture in Mudgee.

No Jade North for A-League semi-final  >  Football

An illness means Brisbane Roar vice captain Jade North won't play in Sunday's semi-final with Melbourne Victory.

Brillante on strike after semi stunner  >  Football

Josh Brillante may start taking more chances after a cracking goal to help secure Sydney FC's spot in the A-league grand final.

VAR controversy dominates A-League semi  >  Football

Groundbreaking video replay technology was a polarising game-changer for Sydney FC in Saturday night's 3-0 A-League semi-final win over Perth.

Aussie punter signs with NFL Eagles  >  Other Sports

Cameron Johnston, who was drafted by AFL club Melbourne in 2010, has been signed by the NFL's Philadelphia Eagles as a punter.

Senden takes leave from PGA Tour  >  Golf

Australian golfer John Senden has revealed son Jacob, 13, has been diagnosed with a brain tumour, with the 46-year-old breaking from the PGA Tour indefinitely.

Rebels hit Super low in big loss to Kings  >  Rugby Union

The Melbourne Rebels have turned in a shocker against the Kings, losing their Super Rugby clash 44-3.

Vixens out to silence the doubters  >  Other Sports

Melbourne Vixens vice-captain Liz Watson says pre-season predictions her side would be making up the numbers have fired them to their seven-game winning streak.

Ryan won't give up on chasing elusive win  >  Other Sports

Adelaide coach Dan Ryan admits the Thunderbirds haven't been good enough in 2017 but refuses to believe his side can't win one more game this season

Wingard a revelation in midfield: Hinkley  >  AFL

Port Adelaide coach Ken Hinkley says Chad Wingard's move to the midfield has allowed the 23-year-old to influence games 'in a different way'.

Brown possessed by lack of ball control  >  Rugby League

Newcastle coach Nathan Brown says his side need to develop better ways to maintain possession after their 38-8 NRL loss to the Titans.