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                      Tuesday Mar 3 11:33 AEDT
                      James Faulkner. (AAP)
                      James Faulkner couldn't help but fear his World Cup dream was up in smoke a month ago but is not ready to unleash on the tournament.
                      John Sutton and Luke Burgess. (Supplied)
                      The NRL's integrity unit has been given new powers to seize players' phones and computers in the wake of South Sydney's boozy scandal in the US.
                      (AAP)
                      Socceroos skipper Mile Jedinak has been charged with violent conduct following his elbow on West Ham United's Diafra Sakho.
                      Adam Johnson. (AAP)
                      Sunderland have suspended England winger Adam Johnson after he was arrested on suspicion of having sex with an under-age girl.
                      Jarryd Hayne. (Getty)
                      Jarryd Hayne has been warned about the various challenges he will face in the NFL on the day he will confirm what team he is signing with.
                      Dan Olsen. (Getty)
                      Journeyman Dan Olsen has apologised and retracted an unsubstantiated claim that Tiger Woods was serving a drug suspension from the US PGA Tour.
                      Mick Schumacher. (Getty)
                      Michael Schumacher's 15-year-old son Mick has signed a contract with Van Amersfoort Racing to drive in the Formula 4, a series for young talents.
                      Ronda Rousey. (Getty)
                      UFC champion Ronda Rousey earned a staggering $12,000 per second during her demolition of American submission specialist Cat Zingano.
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