Glory star Keogh among league's best

Tim Cahill is the undoubted shining light of the A-League but as Andy Keogh proved on Friday night, he is not the only star.

Big Sam's cross-code feat swept under the carpet

Rabbitohs forward Sam Burgess will lead England in the Four Nations.

Burgess the first league-union-league convert to captain country.

Messi the man for Barcelona

Barcelona's Lionel Messi kicks for the ball to score a penalty during the La Liga soccer match against Valencia at the Mestalla stadium in Valencia.

Win takes Barca to the top of La Liga.

No love lost between trans-Tasman rivals

Wallabies head coach Michael Cheika.

Two old rivals cannot stand each other.

Whincup has last laugh in Gold Coast 600

ON TOP: Jamie Whincup triumphed in the Gold Coast 600 yesterday.

Jamie Whincup and Paul Dumbrell's first endurance win in two years.

Brilliant Lyon spins NSW to cup title

Nathan Lyon of the Blues celebrates with teammate Peter Nevill after claiming the wicket of Ben Cutting of the Bulls.

Spinner took 4-10 from his 10 overs.

Crutchlow the raining champ at Phillip Island

Cal Crutchlow of Britain for LCR Honda sprays champagne as he celebrates his win in the 2016 Australian MotoGP at Phillip Island.

Series leader Marc Marquez crashed out.

Jeff Horn goes from bully fighter to world beater

Welterweight boxer Jeff Horn goes through some training moves after a press conference in Brisbane.

Aussie at No.3 in the WBO rankings and can go higher this month.

Chaz Mostert has another mountain to climb

Chaz Mostert is rapt to be back on the mountain.

Driver describes Mount Panorama as more akin to a roller-coaster.

Will Davison: Mountain high, history steep

FAMILY TRADITION: Will Davison will contest his 13th Bathurst 1000 this weekend on the track where he drove alongside the late great Peter Brock in 2004 and won with Garth Tander in 2009.

Bathurst holds a particularly special place in the heart of Davison

Meninga tackles his family's past

Rugby league great Mal Meninga traces his ancestry in an episode of Who Do You Think You Are?

League great keen to take on the challenge.

Bulldogs win helps drive Supercars star Scott McLaughlin

Scott McLaughlin is heading to Bathurst in pursuit of a maiden win on the famous circuit.

Rising star looking to conquer own mountain

Who has the longest drought in Australian sport?

The Sydney Swans celebrate winning the 2005 AFL grand final against West Coast.

We look at the teams that have endured the longest waits for glory.

Cahill sets the benchmark for nation's athletes

Tim Cahill of Melbourne City celebrates after scoring against the Victory.

In every respect Tim Cahill delivered on his A-League debut.

Still some big 'ifs' over Postecoglou's Socceroos

Tomas Rogic of Australia and Genki Haraguchi of Japan contest possession during the 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifier at Etihad Stadium in Melbourne.

Coach wants Australia to one day challenge for a World Cup.

Fans deserve better from superbrat Kyrgios

Nick Kyrgios of Australia was warned by the umpire at the Shanghai Masters that he had to at least make out he was trying.

Aussie put in a bizarre display at the Shanghai Masters.

Good riddance Andrew, our game doesn't need you

Andrew Fifita of the Sharks celebrates following his team's win over the Storm in the NRL grand final.

Fifita was a controversial non-selection in the Kangaroos squad.

Underdog story had to be seen to be believed

Robert Murphy (left) and Easton Wood with the premiership trophy at Whitten Oval for the Western Bulldogs' reception after the 2016 AFL grand final.

So fairytales do exist. Dreams can come true.

'A larrikin who loved life and loved the game'

Former Australian rules footballer and Test cricketer Max Walker displays his trademark bowling action in the Long Room at the Melbourne Cricket Club in Melbourne.

Max Walker was the perfect foil for Lillee and Thomson.

Foran set to meet with NRL's integrity unit

Kieran Foran at a post-match media conference last year when he was captain of the Eels.

Troubled star Kieran Foran's road to redemption starts next week.

England off to winning start under Bennett

England rugby league coach Wayne Bennett, from Australia.

Perfect workout for England ahead of the Four Nations series.

Could Broncos lifeline lead to a resurgent Benji Marshall?

Benji Marshall has signed a one-year deal with the Brisbane Broncos.

Vaughan signs three-year deal with the Dragons

Paul Vaughan of the Raiders looks for an offload. He has agreed to join the Dragons next year.

The forward has represented NSW Country for the past three years.

Bennett wants my job, says Meninga

Kangaroos coach Mal Meninga answers questions at a press conference.

Kangaroos boss turns up the heat on England rival.

Police raids linked to Eels salary cap dramas

NRL player manager Wayne Beavis leaves his home in Sydney on Thursday.

NSW police searched the homes and offices of prominent agents.

O'Meara deal hinged on Lyons, Suns coach reveals

Adelaide's Jarryd Lyons runs with the ball. He will join the Suns next season.

Suns coach says club was ready to stick to its guns over midfielder.

Hawks finally get their man O'Meara

New Hawks recruit Jaeger O'Meara poses at Waverley Park.

Hawthorn and Gold Coast reach agreement after a tense stand-off.

Rockliff to stay with Lions under new coach

Tom Rockliff of the Brisbane Lions will be staying put.

Former skipper had been at the centre of trade speculation.

Winless Reds not hitting the panic button

Tarek Elrich of Adelaide United celebrates his goal against the Victory.

Tarek Elrich says reigning champion can turn around a poor start.

Gunners, Spurs frustrated by goalless draws

West Bromwich Albion's Gareth McAuley (left) and Liverpool's Sadio Mane battle for the ball.

But result still takes Arsenal to the top of the table.

Spurs boss wants to keep Alli's wild side

Tottenham's Dele Alli has been booked only once this season.

Tottenham going for a spot at the top of the EPL.

Reds' former Victory star to face old side

Jesse Makarounas of Adelaide competes for the ball with Dimas Delgado of the Wanderers.

Jesse Makarounas played 36 times for the Victory.

Roar looking to come back from thrashing

BAN SERVED: Brisbane will be looking to captain Matt McKay for inspiration.

John Aloisi expects a tough contest from the Central Coast Mariners.

Pogba-inspired United brushes aside Fenerbahce

Manchester United's Eric Bailly challenges Fenerbahce's Robin van Persie during their UEFA Europa League Group A match.

Robin van Persie celebrates Old Trafford return with a goal.

Starc warning as quick prepares for comeback

Australian cricketer Mitchell Starc bowls in a practice session.

Bowler ready for his comeback in Sheffield Shield opener.

Proteas on Starc watch

HOMEWORK TIME: South Africa captain Faf du Plessis is preparing to take on Mitchell Starc.

Proteas will have do their homework on star bowler Mitchell Starc

There's no ducking the issue for Kiwis

New Zealand's Ross Taylor leaves the ground after being dismissed by India's Umesh Yadav in the first ODI.

New Zealand has now recorded 17 ducks in India.

Test spots on the line, says Taylor

Australian batsman Joe Burns returns to the pavilion after being dismissed against Sri Lanka.

Former skipper says at least six spots are up for grabs.

Warner shifts attention to longer forms of game

Australian cricketer David Warner during a net session.

Batsman's form one of few positives from series defeat to Proteas.

Warner heroics not enough to avoid series whitewash

Australia's David Warner makes a run during the fifth ODI against South Africa in Cape Town.

Australia slumped to a 31-run defeat in the fifth ODI.

Tough defence helps Diamonds finish series with a win

The Australian Diamonds have taken out the Constellation Cup for the fourth straight year, edging the Silver Ferns 49-45 in a heated finale in Invercargill.

Ferns preparing to unleash new tactic in series finale

Caitlin Bassett of Australia and Anna Harrison of New Zealand during game three of the Constellation Cup netball series.

New Zealand has trialled the new move in training this week.

Diamonds coach slams Channel Nine

Diamonds coach Lisa Alexander speaks to her players.

Diamonds coach Lisa Alexander slams push for two-point shot.

Diamonds coach concerned by burn-out despite Test win

Gabi Simpson of Australia challenges Grace Rasmussen of New Zealand during game three of the Constellation Cup netball series.

Lisa Alexander believes the Constellation Cup schedule poses a risk.

Silver Ferns ready to host Diamonds

Gretel Tippett of the Diamonds looks to pass during game two of the Constellation Cup series in Launceston.

Third clash in series may be a survival of the fittest.

Silver Ferns shock Diamonds to level series

Laura Langman of the Silver Ferns is surrounded by Diamonds players during game two of the Constellation Cup series.

New Zealand stunned the world champions with a ferocious fightback.

Silver Ferns out to take shine off Diamonds

Madison Robinson of the Diamonds and Anna Harrison of the Silver Ferns compete for the ball during game one of the Constellation Cup series at Qudos Bank Arena in Sydney.

New Zealand coach wants her team to play for the full four quarters.

Kiwis plan easy run for Pentathlon in Gold Cup

Trainer John Wheeler and jockey Luke Nolen are hoping a change in riding tactics will put long-shot Pentathlon right in the mix in the Moonee Valley Gold Cup.

Hartnell ready to challenge Winx

Winx, ridden by Hugh Bowman, goes through her paces in trackwork ahead of the Cox Plate.

Winx is worthy of her place as favourite.

Hartnell ready to challenge Winx

Winx, ridden by Hugh Bowman, goes through her paces in trackwork ahead of the Cox Plate.

Winx, ridden by Hugh Bowman, is worthy of her place as favourite.

Punters can't get enough of Winx

Hugh Bowman (centre) rides Winx to victory in the Caulfield Stakes earlier this month.

The five-year-old to start the shortest-price favourite since 2010.

Yankee Rose bringing 'A-game' to Cox Plate, says trainer

Jockey Dean Yendall on Yankee Rose celebrates winning the Spring Champion Stakes at Randwick.

David Vandyke gives his dual Group 1 winner a chance.

Favourites satisfied with Cox Plate barrier draw

James McDonald rides Hartnell to the barrier for the Turnbull Stakes at Flemington earlier this month.

Winx to jump from No.3 and Hartnell in No.7.

Oliver loses appeal against reckless riding ban

Jockey Damien Oliver leaves the appeal hearing in Melbourne.

Champion jockey ruled out of Cox Plate and Derby Day.

Scott hoping to go one better in Kuala Lumpur

Adam Scott missed his first cut in more than a year at the Japan Open last week but will be looking for something a lot better at the CIMB Classic.

Ko gives caddie the boot

Lydia Ko of New Zealand watches her shot on the fourth hole during the third round of the LPGA KEB Hana Bank Championship in South Korea.

World No.1 has split with Australian Jason Hamilton.

Woods 'can't push it' on road to recovery, says Day

Tiger Woods laughs with Jason Day before at last year's British Open at St Andrews in Scotland.

Jason Day says Tiger Woods will not be back on tour until next year.

Putting for prime carnival condition

GEARING UP: Matt and Nikki Waterworth and Steve Kay are looking forward to Stanthorpe Golf Club's 2016 Carnival.

Stanthorpe Golf Club gears up for annual carnival