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England fans say being 537 runs behind after three days of play feels better than they expected.
The Australian cricket Dressing Room says it is offended by statements made by Ricky Ponting, in which the former captain said he was offended by Mark Taylor’s accusations that he … Continue reading
The English guy at your work is about to become unbearable, it has been revealed. Britain is suddenly good at everything and your smug mate can’t wait to tell you … Continue reading
The man who could once bowl a batsman through his legs and turn a ball three feet on a flat wicket can no longer fit his face in a tall-glass, … Continue reading
That quiet guy in IT who rides to work on an old shitty bike each morning takes EPO, it has been revealed.
In another blow for the ALP’s re-election chances, fans of AFL club Collingwood have withdrawn their support for the party after they realised the nation’s treasurer wasn’t the same person … Continue reading
England great David Beckham announced his retirement from top flight football this week, but his facial hair has decided to go around again for at least one more season.
Sports commentator-come-bookmaker Tom Waterhouse conceded this morning “I don’t know how they transfer people’s voices through the air to little pieces of plastic with buttons. But I know what punters … Continue reading
A horse was told yesterday that it no longer has to run flat-out in a circular motion with a small human on its back.
Mark Neeld, coach of AFL team Melbourne, said his sights are now firmly focused on 2014, declaring his team’s chances for 2013 “well and truly over”.
EXCLUSIVE: Just hours after allegations broke that Essendon players may have been forced to inject performance enhancing drugs into their bodies, it has emerged that many were made to inject … Continue reading
Zimbabwe’s President Robert Mugabe has invested his country’s remaining bank balance – $217 – into a “Steve Waugh: Twin Tons at Old Trafford” limited edition print.
The writers behind light-entertainment TV program ‘The Big Bash’ say they’ve taken on board feedback from fans and are conjuring a way to remove Shane Warne from the storyline before … Continue reading
Lionel Messi, regarded as one of soccer’s all time greats, could be playing in the A-League next year. The news comes after Friday’s announcement linking David Beckham to the local … Continue reading
Disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong’s continuing denials of drug cheating accusations have, so far, failed to convince an outraged public. But today Armstrong took the unusual step of saying he will publicly swear … Continue reading
A Victoria Racing Club spokesperson said the recent allegations of fixing and illegal betting in the sport will have absolutely no impact on attendance numbers this spring because no-one actually … Continue reading
With the AFL and NRL seasons finishing up last weekend – a full six weeks before the first Test Match begins – many people were at a loss for what … Continue reading
With the Games now over and all Olympic security threats successfully avoided, British Prime Minster David Cameron wondered aloud yesterday what on earth London would do with all the anti-aircraft … Continue reading
Like so many Olympic dreams, it started with high expectations. On the eve of the Olympic telecast, the Heath family from Indooroopilly in Brisbane’s west were anticipating their best Games … Continue reading
The clever and popular sporting chant “Aussie, Aussie, Aussie, Oi, Oi, Oi” has won the prestigious song writing award at the annual Australian Sporting Chant Awards – the Grammy’s of … Continue reading
GPs and hospitals around Britain have been inundated with calls from concerned residents who say they are experiencing ‘contentment’, ‘joy’ and, in one case, even ‘elation’ after watching sporting contests. … Continue reading
As the Curiosity rover touched down on Mars just hours ago, NASA scientists had a rare chance to shoot the breeze with the local alien population. Apart from the usual … Continue reading
It was America’s Nathan Adrian first, daylight second and James Magnussen a distant third. Or so it seemed to some Australian fanatical sports fans who are fed up with James … Continue reading
After four days of competition and with just one gold medal to its name, Australian has politely asked the organisers of the London 2012 Olympics to wrap everything up early.
The Commonwealth Bank has come forward this morning taking full responsibility for Australia’s shock loss in the 4 x 100 men’s freestyle relay, saying its silly CANT ads are to blame. … Continue reading