Cheika is up for the challenge

Michael Cheika is bullish about turning the Wallabies' fortunes around. [Read entire story]

South Australia beats Tasmania to record first win of domestic one-day cup

South Australia recorded its first win of the domestic one-day cup with a 37-run victory over Tasmania. [Read entire story]

Queensland beats Western Australia by one run in domestic one-day cup, Warriors still into final

Western Australia suffered a one-run defeat against Queensland but did enough make Sunday's domestic one-day cup final. [Read entire story]

Rawiller hopes it’s his turn on merry-go-round

Half a world away, Nash Rawiller can only chuckle at the irony. He pledged to shadow Fiorente's every step in his own Melbourne Cup quest last year before being ripped from the saddle of Gai Waterhouse's subsequent [Read entire story]

Michael Cheika announced as new Wallabies head coach

Michael Cheika has been appointed as the new Wallabies head coach in the wake of Ewen McKenzie's resignation. [Read entire story]

Cheika speaks to the media after Wallabies appointment

Newly appointed Wallabies coach Michael Cheika speaks to the media, October 22, 2014 in Sydney, Australia. [Read entire story]

Sydney FC coach Graham Arnold furious over send-off in Sky Blues’ 3-1 FFA Cup loss to Adelaide United

Coach Graham Arnold is furious about referee Ben Williams' performance in Sydney FC's FFA Cup loss to Adelaide. [Read entire story]

Adelaide United reach FFA Cup semi-finals after controversial win over 10-man Sydney FC

Adelaide United are into the semi-finals of the inaugural FFA Cup after beating 10-man Sydney FC 3-1 after extra time. [Read entire story]

Thousands flock to Mosman to see Brett Lee in T20

Proving he’s still got it, Australian cricket legend Brett Lee kept everyone on the edge of their seat at Allan Border Oval yesterday. [Read entire story]

Michael Cheika offered Wallabies role but Waratahs playing hard ball

Michael Cheika is in negotiations to take over as Wallabies coach while remaining in charge of the Waratahs. [Read entire story]

Spring Carnival 2014: Photo gallery

Relive all the colour and excitement of the 2014 spring racing carnival as seen through the lens. [Read entire story]

Shane Watson says injury layoff has him prepared for tough summer of cricket

After a five-month layoff with a calf injury, Shane Watson says he is fit and firing ahead of a massive summer of cricket. [Read entire story]

Four Nations: Kangaroos looking to muscle up in defence after trans-Tasman effort, says Robbie Farah

Robbie Farah says defence, not pride in the Australian jersey, is the Kangaroos' major concern ahead of the Four Nations. [Read entire story]

Star Jade’s in synch with diving success

Jade is the 2014 NSW All schools 12-years springboard diving champion and our latest Junior Sports Star nominee. [Read entire story]

Tasmania crushes New South Wales in domestic one-day cup but not enough to stay alive in finals race

Tasmania cruised to domestic one-day victory against New South Wales, but fell short of staying alive in the competition. [Read entire story]

Sydney FC coach Graham Arnold defends Sasa Ognenovski as defender faces suspension

Sydney FC's Sasa Ognenovski has been cited by the A-League match review panel after an incident in the Sydney Derby. [Read entire story]

Jarryd Hayne acknowledges there are no guarantees as he leaves Sydney for the United States to pursue his NFL dream

Jarryd Hayne has left Australia bound for the US and the next step in his quest for an NFL career. [Read entire story]

Future bright for queen of beam

When Emma Nedov took to the beam for her world championships debut, she was excited and nervous to compete against the best in the sport. [Read entire story]

Fast bowlers holds the key

RANDWICK Petersham’s fast bowling arsenal holds the key to the Randy Petes’ Twenty20 title defence, according to manager Alan Vaughan. [Read entire story]

The A-League battle for Bankstown

Bankstown has become the battleground for the A-League Sydney derby, and Sydney FC’s Terry Antonis and Peter Triantis are aiming for bragging rights. [Read entire story]

Push for Hills’ own soccer comp

Parents fed up with driving for hours to take their kids to soccer are leading the charge for the Hills district to have its own competition. [Read entire story]

Dragons snap up final World Club Series spot

St George Illawarra has accepted an invitation to be the third NRL side to participate in the World Club Series, although it’s increasingly unlikely Brett Morris will be part of the campaign. [Read entire story]

How African tragedy led to sale

It was after an horrific train crash in Zimbabwe in July, that Peter Holmes a Court decided he was going to sell his stake in South Sydney. [Read entire story]

Wanderers unable to guarantee visas

There is no guarantee female and Jewish Wanderers supporters will be granted entry visas to Saudi Arabia for the Asian Champions League final. [Read entire story]

Diamonds outshine defiant Kiwis

New Zealand almost turned around a dismal run against Australia at the Constellation Cup. [Read entire story]

Beale to know Test selection status

D-Day for Kurtley Beale as the ARU wraps up inquiry into troubled star’s recent mid-air incident. [Read entire story]

PM urged to harness the Bulldog effect

Belmore-based Bulldogs united the community in the lead-up to the grand final and PM Tony Abbott has been urged to use that goodwill to help heal divisions. [Read entire story]

Redfern rocks to Rabbitohs’ glory day

GLORY days returned to famous Redfern Oval on Monday, when more than 5000 joyful fans welcomed their Rabbitoh heroes as newly-crowned NRL premiers. [Read entire story]

A legend five years in the making

A RABBITOHS legend was born five years ago when South Sydney owner Russell Crowe identified a young Sam Burgess as the future saviour of the club. [Read entire story]

Western Sydney Wanderers through to Asian Champions League final with 2-0 defeat of FC Seoul

Western Sydney Wanderers advanced to the Asian Champions League final following a 2-0 win over FC Seoul at Parramatta Stadium. [Read entire story]

Poljak leads the Wanderers’ celebrations

Mateo Poljak of the Wanderers celebrates scoring a goal during the Asian Champions League semi-final second leg match against FC Seoul at Parramatta Stadium, October 1, 2014 in Sydney, Australia. [Read entire story]

Tony Williams desperate to repay Des Hasler’s loyalty for Canterbury in NRL grand final against South Sydney

Tony Williams says he owes Canterbury coach Des Hasler a big performance in Sunday's grand final. [Read entire story]

Getting ready for the Grand Final

See the players and fans of the Rabbitohs and Bulldogs as the excitement builds towards Sunday's Rugby League Grand Final. [Read entire story]

South Sydney’s Luke Keary challenges Canterbury to test his defence in NRL grand final

South Sydney's Luke Keary has dared Canterbury's imposing forward pack to test his supposed defensive frailties. [Read entire story]