Club Hub: Miller to play 100th game for Norths, Reds return to Premier Rugby

A big weekend of club rugby coming up and a big milestone for Shute Shield favourite in Sydney. Will Miller celebrates his 100th grade game for the Shoremen against the table-topping Rats and he says it’s time to get some Shute Shield impetus happening. “We’re in a good position on the ladder but it’s time […]

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Brumbies confident they can smooth out patchy performances

Brumbies prop James Slipper admits the ACT side still has to iron out their ebbs and flows but says they still have confidence they’re on the right track. The Brumbies have shown some exciting rugby at times this season, with wins over the Waratahs and Chiefs, but they have struggled at other times, dropping two […]

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Naivalu heading north as Reds confirm Perese release

The Reds have officially secured the services of Wallabies flyer Sefa Naivalu as a replacement for Broncos bound Izaia Perese. Perese’s push to leave the club was revealed overnight but the Reds have found a more than capable replacement in Naivalu. The 10 Test winger will be one of the first players picked in coach Brad […]

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Long sideline stint coming to early end for Robertson

Six months on the sideline has felt like an age for Waratahs prop Tom Robertson but ironically his Super Rugby return is coming earlier than expected. Robertson ruptured his ACL training with the Wallabies in Argentina in October last year as he attempted to change direction in a drill. “I stepped off my right foot, […]

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Climate emergency: why global mobilization is so important

Our planet is currently facing an unprecedented climate crisis and we are now close to the point of no return. The consequences are already showing signs of irreversibility in many parts of the world, and many are now suggesting the abandonment of the term ‘climate change’ in exchange for language that conveys the seriousness of […]

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Climate emergency: why global mobilization is so important

Our planet is currently facing an unprecedented climate crisis and we are now close to the point of no return. The consequences are already showing signs of irreversibility in many parts of the world, and many are now suggesting the abandonment of the term ‘climate change’ in exchange for language that conveys the seriousness of […]

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I don't believe a word Pogba says, he plays for himself – Keane

The World Cup winning midfielder’s commitment to the cause at Old Trafford has been called into question following a poor run of results Roy Keane has given a less than flattering opinion on Paul Pogba, with the former Manchester United man stating that he feels the midfielder no longer wants to represent the Old Trafford […]

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MLS expansion: Sacramento and St Louis favorites to become next franchises

Sacramento and St Louis to make formal presentations to the MLS expansion committee with the view to becoming the 28th and 29th teams to enter MLS. Click Here: cheap kanken backpack Major League Soccer has revised its expansion plans by announcing that it hopes to have 30 teams in the coming years. The decision, which was […]

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'For all Ozil's faults, he's still a match-winner' – Merson favours World Cup winner over Mkhitaryan

The former Arsenal midfielder believes Unai Emery should be favouring German creativity over Armenian flair in a crunch Europa League tie with Napoli Mesut Ozil has to be trusted to lead Arsenal’s Europa League charge, says Paul Merson, as “for all his faults, he is still a match-winner”. The Gunners are readying themselves for a […]

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