Monique Conti from Richmond clinches the AFLW Best and Fairest award, while Zarlie Goldsworthy of GWS earns recognition as the Rising Star.

Monique Conti of Richmond has secured her inaugural AFLW Best and Fairest award, achieving this prestigious honor with two rounds remaining in the league. Notably, she accomplished this feat while simultaneously balancing participation in two sports. Last year's runner-up to Ally Anderson of Brisbane, Monique Conti, showcased her dominance by accumulating 20 out of a possible 24 votes in the first eight rounds, securing the AFLW Best and Fairest award alongside her fifth All-Australian selection. The accomplished[more...]

Australia displays resilience as they defeat the Czechs to advance to the Davis Cup semi-finals.

Australia, last year's runners-up, secured a hard-fought 2-1 victory over three-time champions Czech Republic, propelling them into the Davis Cup semi-finals. The pivotal win came from the Australian doubles pair, Matthew Ebden and Max Purcell, who clinched a 6-4, 7-5 triumph over Jiri Lehecka and Adam Pavlasek. Earlier, Alex de Minaur's resilience helped level the tie at 1-1 with a 4-6, 7-6(2), 7-5 victory over Lehecka. Despite Tomas Machac giving the Czechs a 1-0 lead by defeating[more...]

The Tigers’ recruitment strategy, as revealed by Marshall, emphasizes the importance of confidentiality, warning that any leaks could jeopardize deals, especially amid links to Luai.

While acknowledging the natural interest in players like Jarome Luai, Wests Tigers coach Benji Marshall emphasized his satisfaction with the current halves lineup, consisting of new recruits Aidan Sezer, Jayden Sullivan, and emerging talent Latu Fainu. Marshall expressed excitement about these additions to the team, and he also mentioned the potential return of Adam Doueihi from an ACL injury next year. With rival clubs like the Bulldogs and Tigers reportedly pursuing Luai for the 2025 season, Marshall[more...]

Meg Lanning, the captain of the Australian women’s cricket team, has announced her retirement from international cricket.

Australia's women's cricket captain, Meg Lanning, has officially retired from international cricket, citing a loss of the motivation required to perform at the elite level and a desire to explore new opportunities. While she will continue to play domestic cricket in the Women’s Big Bash League the Women’s National Cricket League, and potentially in the Indian Premier League, she has decided to conclude her highly successful international career. Over a remarkable 13-year span, Lanning led her team[more...]

Pat Cummins’ humorous on-field remark gains widespread attention as Maxwell delivers an extraordinary innings.

Pat Cummins has boldly injected a dose of reality into the Glenn Maxwell frenzy, and it's receiving widespread acclaim. As Australia's captain, Cummins had a front-row seat to witness Maxwell's explosive innings, now being hailed as the "greatest of all time," which led the team to a thrilling three-wicket victory over Afghanistan on Wednesday morning. Maxwell has become the focal point of cricketing conversations after his awe-inspiring 201 not out performance, which shattered multiple records, even though[more...]