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Lachlan Lam inspires PNG to upset win over Fiji

The Roosters playmaker drew parallels to his famous father with a match-winning performance for the Kumuls over the Bati, who unearthed a star of their own.

  • by Dominic Bossi
Trent Barrett was one of the first people to reach out to Matt Burton.

‘He deserves this’: Trent Barrett breaks silence to praise top Dog Burton

The former Canterbury coach hasn’t spoken publicly since being shown the door last month, but he was happy to pay tribute to Matt Burton for earning his first NSW Blues jersey and backed him to thrive in it.

  • by Christian Nicolussi
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Insight & Analysis

Cashed-up Panthers getting taxpayer millions doesn’t add up

Premier, any chance we the people could have an explanation for why we are paying for a new stadium for the benefit of a team backed by a rich club?

Peter FitzSimons
Peter FitzSimons

Columnist and author

Blues will be better in Perth, but can they match Maroons’ desire?

NSW’s players resent the accusation Queensland have a mortgage on passion when it comes to Origin. But sometimes it’s hard to argue otherwise.

Roy Masters
Roy Masters

Sports Columnist

FINA rules will leave some devastated. That does not mean they are wrong

Are new rules on transgender athletes from world swimming’s governing body a victory for fairness or discriminatory and simplistic?

Darren Kane
Darren Kane

Sports Columnist

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Soccer

Pablo Bateson is heading to Qatar in November to watch the Socceroos in the 2022 FIFA World Cup.

‘The players know you’re there’: Being the Socceroos’ 12th man heading to Qatar

Socceroos superfan Pablo Bateson is making the journey to Qatar in November for the 2022 FIFA World Cup. But what do you need to know before you go?

  • by Billie Eder
Andrew Redmayne threw away Pedro Gallese’s water bottle which had notes on Australia penalty takers stuck on it.

‘Game changer’: Schwarzer says Redmayne tactics could be a keeper

Socceroos great Mark Schwarzer believes Andrew Redmayne’s tactics in last week’s penalty shootout against Peru could be adopted by glovemen around the world.

  • by Dominic Bossi

AFL

Basketball

Dyson Daniels is congratulated by NBA commissioner Adam Silver.
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NBA

‘I’m a winner’: Daniels to take flight with Pelicans in NBA

Dyson Daniels is the latest Australian player to enter the NBA after his selection in the draft on Friday.

  • by Roy Ward
Lauren Jackson celebrates Australia’s bronze medal match win over Russia at the London Olympics in 2012.

Jackson’s return could be ‘one of the greatest Australian sporting comebacks’

The return of Opals royalty Lauren Jackson to the national squad after a nine-year absence is a boon for a team seeking to rebuild a winning culture.

  • by Marnie Vinall

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Jubiliation: The Vixens are headed to perth for the Super Netball grand final.

Vixens into decider after thrilling win over Giants

The Melbourne Vixens have produced a fourth-quarter comeback for the ages to charge into the Super Netball grand final.

  • by Darren Snowdon
Gold medallists Jack Cartwright, Kyle Chalmers, Madison Wilson and Mollie O’Callaghan of Team Australia.

‘It’s insane’: Australia breaks world record in freestyle event at swimming championships

Australia has set a world record in the mixed 4x100 meters freestyle final at the world swimming championships on Saturday (AEST).

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