NRL kicks $2 billion broadcasting goal

The NRL is poised to reap over $2 billion from TV and naming rights after sealing a deal with the Nine Network, Fox Sports and Telstra.

Aussie's pink experience irrelevant: Kiwis

Brendon McCullum says Australia's greater experience with pink balls will be irrelevant when the historic day-night Test starts.
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Indians seize control of Third Test

India have snatched control of the third Test against South Africa in Nagpur, with 12 wickets falling on day three.
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Sombre day for Hughes' family, mates

Australian players will carry heavy hearts into the Third Test as they pause to reflect on the anniversary of Phiilip Hughes' death.

New-look England outsmart Pakistan in T20

A new-look England beat clumsy Pakistan in the first T20 clash to take a 1-0 lead in the three-match series in Dubai.
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Steve Smith rattled by net-bowler blow

Steve Smith admits he was shaken by the sight of a net bowler being struck on the head, a year after Phillip Hughes' death.
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Manly tight-lipped on Walker NRL move

Manly officials are remaining quiet on the expected purchase of former South Sydney centre Dylan Walker.

Rabbitohs release Dylan Walker

Souths have released Dylan Walker with the Test centre expected to sign three-year deal with Manly.
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NRL blocks Burgess' Rabbitohs return: report

Sam Burgess' deal with Souths has hit a road block with reports the NRL has refused to register his contract.
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Red-hot Kane heads Spurs into Europa last 32

Harry Kane headed Tottenham into the Europa League last 32, as Spurs beat Azerbaijani champions Qarabag.
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Fresh injury blow for Reds' Sturridge

Liverpool's star striker Daniel Sturridge has suffered another injury setback, missing their Europa clash with a foot injury
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Scott shows heart to stay in Open mix

Adam Scott says he's proud to have battled back from two double-bogeys to remain in contention for a second Australian Open title.

Local boy Jones leads the Aussie Open

Local club member Matt Jones has charged to the lead early in the second round of the Australian Open golf in Sydney.
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Warne no help to Spieth at Australian Open

Defending champion Jordan Spieth has struggled to get to grips with the sweltering conditions that hit the Australian Open.
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Rogers' helmet call met with opposition

Former Aussie opener Chris Rogers' plea to make helmet neck guards compulsory has been opposed by current players.
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O'Keefe out as Aussies prepare for pace battle

Steve O'Keefe has been released from Australia's Third Test squad for what's expected to be a pink ball pace battle.
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Langer calls for an end to drawn Tests

Justin Langer says drawn Test matches are boring and wants a new system where a winnner can be named.
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We're back in the fight, says McCullum

New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum says he's encouraged by the improvement in his camp ahead of the Third Test.
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'Roos will retain Daw in AFL rookie draft

North Melbourne will follow through with their plan to keep Majak Daw on their list as a rookie-listed player.

Lions young gun charged over vandalism spree

AFL young gun Lewis Taylor is facing several criminal damage charges after an alleged vandalism spree in Victoria.

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Ronaldo stars as Real rally while Man United held

Real Madrid survive Shakhtar ECL onslaught

Cristiano Ronaldo starred as Real Madrid beat Shakhtar Donetsk to take top spot in their Champions League group.
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