European investigators say about 100 lowly-ranked players have been involved in a massive tennis match-fixing ring.
Bernard Tomic has launched an astonishing broadside at Lleyton Hewitt on his way out of the Australian Open, accusing the Davis Cup captain of splitting Australia’s playing ranks.
Adelaide United’s women’s team has the chance to make history – and you shouldn’t miss it, writes Paul Marcuccitti.
Alex Carey will open the batting in Saturday’s ODI series opener at the SCG, where a new-look Australian side will face India and attempt to restore some pride and confidence.
SANFL teams found to be fielding more than 18 players mid-game will no longer face the automatic loss of their score, after the league overhauled the rules surrounding such a breach in the wake of North Adelaide’s preliminary final controversy.
What’s going on with the long list of Adelaide United players suffering vaguely-described injuries?
The ex-boors didn’t turn into bores.
A sensational one-handed catch from Usman Khawaja has helped Pat Cummins remove Virat Kohli for three, extending a bright start to the first Test from Australia.
Opener Marcus Harris is set to make his Test debut against India at Adelaide Oval tomorrow, Australian coach Justin Langer has confirmed.
British road race champion and cycling commentator Paul Sherwen has died at the age of 62.
Followers of Adelaide United’s men’s and women’s teams are in for a big week.
Port Adelaide will use the preseason to select a new captain after Travis Boak stood down today after six years in the role.
Simon Katich has defended Australian cricket’s new ethos, arguing long-time rival Michael Clarke has missed the point when it comes to winning back respect.
It doesn’t pay to jump to conclusions about player signings, warns Paul Marcuccitti – but we should also be wary of reading too much into United’s weekend salvation.
UPDATED | After months of speculation about Adelaide landing a big fish in the so-called ‘superdraft’, in the event it was the players they didn’t select that stole the show.
Opener Marcus Harris and paceman Chris Tremain have been included in Australia’s 14-man squad for the first two Tests against India.