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Stars return as United moves up to second in EPL

MANCHESTER United welcomed back a couple of star names as they moved to second in the English Premier League with a 4-1 win over Newcastle at Old Trafford.

Fastest KO in title fight history

One punch was all it took.

Zolani Tete knocked out his opponent with the first punch

Muddled Ashes history can’t disguise truth

Eddie Jones just keeps on winning as England coach.

Eddie Jones compares England win to phantom 1970-71 Ashes whitewash

The moment New Zealand self-destructed

Roger Tuivasa-Sheck looks on in shock after New Zealand’s loss.

The moment New Zealand hit the self-destruct button

premium_icon ‘We’re in the business of slaying giants’

WELLINGTON, NEW ZEALAND — NOVEMBER 18: Kevin Naiqama of Fiji celebrates after winning the 2017 Rugby League World Cup Quarter Final match between New Zealand and Fiji at Westpac Stadium on November 18, 2017 in Wellington, New Zealand. (Photo by Hannah Peters/Getty Images)

Jarryd Hayne after emotional win over New Zealand

Cheika blows up: ‘f***ing cheats’

England

Michael Cheika loses it at referee’s over controversial decisions

Mooney: We want to bury them

Australia's Beth Mooney and Rachael Haynes celebrate their win over England in the first Womens Ashes T20 match at North Sydney Oval in Sydney, Friday, November 17, 2017.  (AAP Image/Dean Lewins) NO ARCHIVING, EDITORIAL USE ONLY, IMAGES TO BE USED FOR NEWS REPORTING PURPOSES ONLY, NO COMMERCIAL USE WHATSOEVER, NO USE IN BOOKS WITHOUT PRIOR WRITTEN CONSENT FROM AAP

There will be no mercy for England in the remaining T20I games.

How Chooks got their man

Cooper Cronk celebrates after the Storm's grand final triumph.

The Roosters' pitch for Cooper Cronk was surprisingly simple.

Steve Waugh's quest to help kids

Former Australian cricket captain Steve Waugh with Xavier Kitchin, 5 of Scottsdale. Xavier is one of several Tasmanian recipient of a grant from the Steve Waugh Foundation. Picture: LUKE BOWDEN

Aussie cricketer turns attention to sick children.

premium_icon AFL tatts: the good, the bad and the ugly

Jake Stringer has a new gut tattoo. Ben Cousins got one of those a long time ago.

We look at some of the best and worst player tattoos.

RLWC: The 118kg weapon the Kiwis are banking on

Nelson Asofa-Solomona, in action for the Storm this season, is set to make a huge impact for New Zealand.

He could be New Zealand's not-so-secret weapon

'The Matildas are our life, our passion, our everything'

Sam Kerr of Australia celebrates after scoring against Brazil at Pepper Stadium in September.

Superstar Sam Kerr opens up on the state of football in Australia.

Boxing legend's son stepping out of dad's shadows

Australian boxer Tim Tszyu reacts after defeating Mark Dalby in February.

Tim Tszyu is ready to prove he's his own man.

Wallabies take note: How to beat the All Blacks

Sekope Kepu is tackled by Rieko Ioane during game 1 of the Bledisloe Cup at ANZ Stadium in Sydney

The Wallabies need to play like cornered animals again.

Craig Bellamy is worth $3 million

MORE SUCCESS: Storm coach Craig Bellamy after Melbourne's grand final win.

Craig Bellamy deserves to be the highest paid person in rugby league

Kent: Storm are good, but they're not the greatest

Overrated? ... the 2017 NRL premiership winners.

Timing is always essential when it comes to assessing great teams

Durkin: Class should live happily ever after

PRIZE: Storm captain Cameron Smith and Cowboys captain Gavin Cooper with the trophy at Luna Park in Sydney.

It is a fiction, a legend, a romance and a fantasy.

Ikin: 2017 vintage is best Storm side in this great club's history

GREAT CLUB: Storm coach Craig Bellamy has turned his club into one of the greatest sides.

"The Storm are now as the dominant franchise in our game”

AFL Grand Final: Dusty presents dilemma for Dimma

KEY MAN: Brownlow Medallist Dustin Martin prepares for the grand final.

Forward or midfield for Martin the choice for Richmond coach

Kiwis' jobs on the line against Fijians

New Zealand captain Adam Blair knows there's a lot at stake against Fiji

Kiwis have plenty at stake in World Cup quarter-final against Fiji

Tonga not intimidated by maiden finals series

After topping Pool B, Tonga’s RLWC fate is in its own hands.

Woolf expects Mate Ma’a will keep lifting ahead of finals debut

Pearce back in Australia to answer Cronk questions

Mitchell Pearce’s future is under a cloud following the signing of Cooper Cronk at the Roosters.

Mitchell Pearce back in Australia to answer Cooper Cronk questions

Kiwi international to coach juniors on Saturday

COACHING: Steve Matai, pictured in a Sea Eagles game, will be at a junior clinic tomorrow at Clifton.

Matai will be happy to sign autographs for the kids

‘Farce’ to make World Cup stars ‘filthy’

Josh Papalii needs to fire for Samoa.

Willie Mason, Reni Maitua slam World Cup finals

premium_icon Meninga holds no grudge despite rejection

Facing Australia in the final could be very tricky for Fifita. (AAP Image/David Rowland)

Andrew Fifita can still play for Australia again, says Kangaroos coach Mal...

premium_icon Ablett wants to play every game

Gary Ablett has returned to Geelong. Picture: Nigel Hallett

Gary Ablett speaks for first time about his return to Geelong.

Weller trade worth the price: Dew

Gold Coast Suns recruit Lachie Weller. Photo credit: Gold Coast Suns.

Lachie weller a good move, says Gold Coast coach.

Magpies star arrested for drunken behaviour

Collingwood forward Jamie Elliott was arrested by police for drunken behaviour. Picture: Michael Klein

Jamie Elliott arrested for drunken behaviour on Derby Day

World Cup guide: All 32 teams, draw

Peru's Jefferson Farfan reacts after scoring a crucial goal against New Zealand.

THE World Cup field is set.

premium_icon Ange future to be decided within two weeks

Ange Postecoglou says his future as Socceroos coach will be resolved within two weeks.

STILL there is no decision on Ange Postecoglou’s future.

Peru crush Kiwis’ World Cup dream

Peru's Raul Ruidiaz (l-r), Jefferson Farfan and Christian Cueva celebrate qualifying for the FIFA World Cup after their 2-0 win over New Zealand on Thursday.

THE All Whites have fallen at final hurdle to reach 2018 World Cup

‘Anything is possible’: Roos World Cup celebrations

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and Mile Jedinak.

THE Socceroos are celebrating earning a spot in the 2018 World Cup.

premium_icon ‘It means more than I can describe’

Australian skipper Mile Jedinak proved Captain Courageous helping to propel the Socceroos to a berth at the World Cup in Russia.

Mile Jedinak almost speechless with pride.

City coach says Cahill's still part of his plans

Tim Cahill holds up four fingers to symbolise his fourth World Cup finals.

Warren Joyce still has plans for Tim Cahill.

Forgotten winner in Aussie Ashes snub

Chadd Sayers celebrates the wicket of NSW’s Kurtis Patterson.

South Australian paceman in line to make Test debut in Adelaide

premium_icon ’To have this opportunity is amazing’ says returning Paine

Tasmania's Tim Paine has been called up to the Australian Test team for the Ashes. Picture: LUKE BOWDEN

Test bolter ready to grasp his second life in the baggy green

England great takes the mickey out of Aussie keeper

Michael Vaughan (c) has taken the mickey out of Tim Paine.

Australia’s shock selections give England hope

Winners and losers out of Aussie Ashes shocks

Winners and losers from Friday's Ashes squad announcement.

A look at the most fortunate and unlucky players in the country.

‘Ashes selections... made by morons masquerading as mentors’

Stuart MacGill has unloaded on Test selectors. Picture: Phil Hillyard

Stuart MacGill slams selectors over Peter Nevill’s Ashes snubbing

premium_icon Paine-ful Ashes selection leaves us all stumped

Tim Paine has emerged from the shadows to land Australia’s most contentious position.

Selection shows how totally confused Australia is

Sharni Layton named for return

SHARNI Layton has been named to make her return to international netball, with the defender in the 14-player squad to tour in January next year.

Laura Langman leaves Sunshine Coast Lightning

OUT: Laura Langman has decided to leave the Sunshine Coast Lightning and return to New Zealand.

ONE of the Lightning's top players has decided to leave

Diamonds cement top spot with clean sweep

Gabi Simpson regains possession for the Diamonds in their battle against the Silver Ferns. Source: AAP

"We put everything out there in those last four games”

It's Kiwis and us for Games gold

Australia's Caitlin Bassett (centre) says it will be a Diamonds-New Zealand final for the netball gold medal at next year's Commonwealth Games.

Bassett says it's Australia and New Zealand for Games gold medal

Perfect start for Sunshine Coast Lightning, says coach

Lightning players celebrate their win in the Super Netball grand final over the Giants in June.

Grand final rematch perfect start for Lightning.

Super Mum back to play Super Netball

Laura Geitz (second from right) is making a return to Super Netball.

Laura Geitz to make netball comeback.

Bruce pumped by playing in front of Aussie fans

Courtney Bruce (centre) defends against Maria Tutaia of New Zealand in the netball Constellation Cup between New Zealand and Australia on Sunday

Courtney Bruce is delighted to be back in front of Aussie fans

Clifton to host rodeo, ride clinic, on Saturday

DAVID Worsfold will pass on his bareback bronc riding knowledge at rodeo school.

Wattles ready to rodeo at Clifton on Saturday night

RIDING HIGH: Wattles Rodeo action was at Allora last year but will be at Clifton this Saturday.

Thirty bull riders heading to Clifton

Rocky jockey tells all on secret culture crippling riders

Rockhampton based jockey Ash Butler about to head out on the track at Callaghan Park.

Ashley Butler opens up on his battles rising through the ranks

Almandin headlines Lloyd’s Zipping assault

Almandin, front, with jockey Kerrin McEvoy board wins the Melbourne Cup horse racing at the Flemington Racecourse in Melbourne, Australia, Tuesday, Nov. 1, 2016. Heartbreak City, rear, came second. (AP Photo/Andy Brownbill)

Williams wants to win race named after one of his favourite horses

Harness racing club changes date to a December Saturday

GREAT DAY: The Clerk of the Course with Garrard's 2016 Warwick Pacing Cup winner Comply Or Die, trainer/owner Ron Sallis, Darling Downs Harness Racing Club president Anthony Collins, sponsor Chris Garrard, driver Gary Litzow and owner Stacey Sallis.

Club wants Christmas parties at Allman Park

premium_icon Williams already planning next Melbourne Cup raid

Horses

Lloyd Williams begins quest for seventh Melbourne Cup

Jockey suspended over horse punch

Horses

Jockey Dylan Cabouche suspended after punching horse prior to race

Golfer will always be remembered at the second tee

MEMORIAL seat on the second to remember Effie Austen.

Family connection to the winning golfers at NAB event

Paul Swift (NAB), NAB Mercantile Day winners Rod Kilner, Charlie, Kath and Bill Morrison, and Terry Duggan (NAB).

Dementia support group benefits from golf day

NAB golf to support worthy cause in Warwick

FUNDRAISER: Warwick golfer Phil Economidis with NAB representative Mark Shadlow, Paul Gordon and Paul Swift in the run up to Sunday's NAB Mercantile Day.

Players wanted for charity golf day

Bowls and golf news from around the region

Warwick golf ladies at a breakup and luncheon after 20 completed level four Let's Golf Clinic under professional Sam Eaves. Come-and-try days attracted 35 and will be held again in April next year through a Government Get Out Get Active Grant.

Indoor bowlers ready to play Stanthorpe