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JOE Burns describes himself as a massive Australian cricket fan ... who just happens to play cricket himself.

AMERICAN Lindsey Vonn’s bid for a record-equalling 62nd World Cup win will have to wait a little while longer.

BENJAMIN Button strapped on the pads, opened the batting and led the Sydney Thunder to victory over the Brisbane Heat at ANZ Stadium.

MIKE Hussey​ and Jacques Kallis proved class is ageless when they guided the Sydney Thunder to a comfortable win over the Brisbane Heat.

SOCCEROOS midfielder Matt McKay is favoured to regain the Brisbane captaincy when the Roar announce departed skipper Matt Smith’s successor.

JARRYD Hayne has linked up with one of the best running back coaches in the game and is within a whisker of signing an NFL practice squad contract.

WILD Oats and Ragamuffin have suffered damage setbacks ahead of the Sydney to Hobart but both camps have declared they will be on the start line.

THE million of spectators who watch the start of the Sydney to Hobart are set for a treat with a frenetic and possible record-breaking spinnaker start.

VISA stars Damien Duff and Robbie Koren could be welcomed into the starting side for Melbourne City’s Boxing Day clash with Perth Glory.

THE experience of Wayne Bennett will ensure Brisbane’s decision to go on a three-country pre-season will not prove a mistake, Broncos CEO Paul White says.

PHIL Walsh hails the influence of leadership mentor Darren Glass at Adelaide, saying he offers the players experience “you can’t buy’’.

PORT Adelaide captain Travis Boak says the Round 6 win over nemesis Geelong gave it the belief to push deep into this year’s finals.

CIARAN Sheehan is genuine enough to admit he didn’t know a lot about Craig Bradley but it’s fair to say the young Irishman does now.

GOOD, bad and ugly, 2014 was a big one for Australian sport. PHIL ROTHFIELD and Darren Hadland look at the big moments of an eventful year.

SCOTT Lycett has been four years in the making and the West Coast big man is set to stamp an imprint on the AFL.

ANALYSIS: DO YOU develop quick-burst players or endurance athletes to give yourself the best chance of winning games of football?

PHIL Walsh wants the Crows to play with more grunt and believes hard running rather than endurance will be king in 2015.

ADELAIDE coach Phil Walsh has identified former Hawk Kyle Cheney as the new player most likely to make an impact at Adelaide next year.

JOEL Tippett spent hours in a gym he called “The Pit” and ate six meals a day in a bid to play a key role in North Melbourne’s flag assault.

DANE Swan, Paul Chapman and Tom Liberatore could be named in the same team when the Calder Cannons pick their best side of the past 20 years.

JOE Burns describes himself as a massive Australian cricket fan ... who just happens to play cricket himself.

BENJAMIN Button strapped on the pads, opened the batting and led the Sydney Thunder to victory over the Brisbane Heat at ANZ Stadium.

MIKE Hussey​ and Jacques Kallis proved class is ageless when they guided the Sydney Thunder to a comfortable win over the Brisbane Heat.

STEVE Smith has been fined 60 per cent of his match fee for maintaining slow over rates in his first Test in charge.

ENGLAND has emphatically stated that exiled batsman and former captain Kevin Pietersen will never play for his country again.

JUST because Australia is short of batting talent does not mean it should hand out gold passes to players who are struggling to deliver.

BRAD Haddin was set to be Australian captain, but unless he can find form with the bat, the curtains may be quickly closing on his Test career.

RYAN Harris has told medical staff he’s ready and raring to go for the Boxing Day Test, putting Mitchell Starc in the firing line.

WHEN Joe Burns first became a member of the Queensland cricket squad he ate carrots to improve his eyesight.

JOE Burns’ elevation to the Test side has put Shane Watson on notice that he must score runs to save his career.

HAVING some of the best hand-eye coordination in baseball history should be some sort of guarantee of golfing ability, right? WRONG.

GOLF star Bubba Watson has released a bizarre new Christmas video showcasing his rapping skills.

RORY McIlroy has been chosen as the European Tour player of the year, capping a season where he won two majors, the Ryder Cup, and topped all money lists.

MINJEE Lee is aiming to partner Karrie Webb at the 2016 Olympics as a medal-chasing team that would unite the history and future of Australian women’s golf.

THE nerves of Steven Jeffress were fraying along with those of Greg Chalmers, Adam Scott and Wade Ormsby during Sunday’s epic Australian PGA playoff.

TWO major wins weren’t enough to secure Rory McIlroy UK sport’s most famous individual award, and a lot of people are not happy about it.

GREG Chalmers went to shake the hand of his caddie after the second sudden-death play-off hole at Royal Pines yesterday thinking his Australian PGA title hopes were shot.

ADAM Scott’s public torment with his misbehaving broomstick putter was ended by Greg Chalmers when the sudden death playoff tension of Augusta enveloped the Australia PGA.

ADAM Scott was locked in golf’s ultimate Groundhog Day at Royal Pines. Never has a golfer seemed such a genius and so flawed on the same hole, again and again.

HE was once crowned the “King of Coolum’’ and the master of all he surveyed on the Australasian Tour.

IF there was such a thing as a “fear gland” in the human body, Jac Haudenschild was born without one.

A GERMAN bank is seeking $517.5 million in a lawsuit against Formula One magnate Bernie Ecclestone over the 2006 sale of the sport’s rights.

RED BULL team boss Christian Horner says the pure pace of Aussie driver Daniel Ricciardo helped lead to the departure of Sebastian Vettel.

BERNIE Ecclestone’s control of Formula One has been fully restored after overcoming court cases that threatened his grip on the motorsport series.

SOUTH Australian driver Todd Hazelwood has added his name to star-packed company, winning this year’s V8 Supercars Mike Kable Young Gun Award.

PIT TALK: THE broom has been put through Ferrari’s design department as it tries to rebuild after its worst F1 season in over two decades.

TONY D’Alberto will return to the role of Tim Slade’s co-driver at Supercheap Auto Racing for the Enduro Cup races in the 2015 V8 season.

MARK Winterbottom will be working with his fourth new race engineer in four years, with reports Grant McPherson is leaving for arch-rivals Red Bull.

TWO major wins weren’t enough to secure Rory McIlroy UK sport’s most famous individual award, and a lot of people are not happy about it.

FORMER Formula 1 star David Coulthard has taken out the 2014 Race of Champions after knocking out V8 champ Jamie Whincup in the semi-finals.

JARRYD Hayne has linked up with one of the best running back coaches in the game and is within a whisker of signing an NFL practice squad contract.

THE experience of Wayne Bennett will ensure Brisbane’s decision to go on a three-country pre-season will not prove a mistake, Broncos CEO Paul White says.

SILENCE from management of Queensland stadiums over plans for future investment raises suspicion the sunshine state could be left behind.

FORGET the footy field, the fight for the 2015 title will be waged in the air, with some teams to travel more than 10 times the distances of others.

JARRYD Hayne would have signed with an NFL team’s practice squad two weeks ago, but visa complications have forced him to temporarily return home.

BRONCOS flyer Dale Copley is on track for his NRL comeback after successful surgery on his right shoulder.

GOOD, bad and ugly, 2014 was a big one for Australian sport. PHIL ROTHFIELD and Darren Hadland look at the big moments of an eventful year.

BLAKE Ferguson will attend monthly welfare meetings with Roosters officials next season to ensure his career never spirals out of control again.

BENJI Marshall says he bears no grudge towards the Wests Tigers despite admitting he was short-changed by his former club.

NSW halfback Trent Hodkinson is adamant his game can go to another level after undergoing a second round of $10,000 stem cell surgery on his left knee.

JAMES Horwill has stopped black jerseys in their muddy tracks, plucked lineout balls from unreachable heights and held aloft rugby’s heaviest trophies.

A visibly stronger and more robust Hunt had Queensland Reds officials quietly smiling after the club’s first in-house game of the pre-season on Saturday.

WALLABIES playmaker Quade Cooper hasn’t ruled out signing with an NRL club once his contract with the ARU expires after next year’s World Cup.

WALLABIES playmaker Quade Cooper says being allowed to box professionally a fortnight out from the 2015 Super Rugby season will not only enhance his World Cup claims but keep him out of strife.

KENT on Saturday: Santa Claus is coming to town and somebody leaked the NRL wish list to Phil Rothfield, which I stole from his desk and produce here ...

THE NSW Rugby Union and the ARU are on the brink of war after the national body threatened to withhold over $1 million in funding if NSW don’t sign up to their player levy and insurance scheme.

THE Wallabies could play the USA in Chicago next year en route to the World Cup in another bid by Australian Rugby Union to fill their empty coffers.

SEKOPE Kepu is poised to join a growing list of Wallabies moving overseas after the 2015 World Cup, followingAdam Ashley-Cooper and James Horwill.

THE Queensland Reds are coming to terms with the news that figurehead James Horwill will leave after the 2015 Super Rugby campaign.

QUEENSLAND Reds captain James Horwill has quit Super Rugby to take up a post World Cup deal with Harlequins.

SOCCEROOS midfielder Matt McKay is favoured to regain the Brisbane captaincy when the Roar announce departed skipper Matt Smith’s successor.

VISA stars Damien Duff and Robbie Koren could be welcomed into the starting side for Melbourne City’s Boxing Day clash with Perth Glory.

MELBOURNE City’s derby hero Erik Paartalu said his side’s win was a crucial step in bridging the gap to big brother Melbourne Victory.

ROSS Aloisi has been appointed the new Matildas assistant coach and the new boss of the national under-17 women’s outfit.

NATHAN Burns fires Phoenix into top four — and himself firmly into the Socceroos’ Asian Cup frame. Read our Round 11 A-League review.

NATHAN Burns scored a double as Wellington Phoenix beat Sydney FC 2-0 at Allianz Stadium. Relive all the action in match centre.

ASH Sykes scored two goals within the space of three minutes to lift Canberra United to a shock 3-1 victory over Perth Glory in the W-League grand final.

EURO BEAT: Luis Suarez’s long wait for a goal in the Spanish league finally ended as AS Roma’s Serie A title hopes hit by AC Milan draw.

VIDEO: from Erik Lamela’s wonder strike to Christian Benteke and Charlie Austin’s hat-trick, there were no shortage of goals in overnight EPL action.

DAVID Silva filled in for Manchester City’s absent strikers as the champions beat Crystal Palace to move level on points with Chelsea.

THREE months ago, John Millman was ranked No. 1102 in the world. But a strong end to 2014 sees him at No. 157 and eyeing the Brisbane International.

BRISBANE has joined an elite 12-city club of tennis tournaments to have drawn more than 100,000 in total attendances in 2014.

LLEYTON HEWITT insists the upcoming summer of tennis won’t be his last but admits he isn’t looking past the Australian Open.

MARK Philippoussis will play a role in Spanish ace Rafael Nadal’s preparation for next month’s Australian Open.

THE International Tennis Federation has named their men and women’s singles champions of the year along with the world’s best doubles pairings.

TALENTED young player Luke Saville must now rely on the goodwill of tennis selectors to play next month’s Australian Open.

THE Hopman Cup has been robbed of one of its biggest drawcards after French ace Jo-Wilfried Tsonga was forced to withdraw with an arm injury.

ROGER Federer is not that tired at the end of the tennis year despite his ongoing efforts to become the oldest man in more than 40 years to win a Grand Slam title.

TWO tennis players with career-high rankings, an exciting teenager and one making a comeback are expected to be rewarded with Australian Open wildcards.

THE Indian Aces have been crowned champions of the inaugural International Premier Tennis League in Dubai.

SOCCEROOS midfielder Matt McKay is favoured to regain the Brisbane captaincy when the Roar announce departed skipper Matt Smith’s successor.

VISA stars Damien Duff and Robbie Koren could be welcomed into the starting side for Melbourne City’s Boxing Day clash with Perth Glory.

MELBOURNE City’s derby hero Erik Paartalu said his side’s win was a crucial step in bridging the gap to big brother Melbourne Victory.

NATHAN Burns fires Phoenix into top four — and himself firmly into the Socceroos’ Asian Cup frame. Read our Round 11 A-League review.

NATHAN Burns scored a double as Wellington Phoenix beat Sydney FC 2-0 at Allianz Stadium. Relive all the action in match centre.

DANNY De Silva’s reputation continues to boom, but Central Coast coach Phil Moss cautions it’s too early to talk up the 17-year-old as a saviour of Australian football.

YOUNG gun Daniel De Silva scores a wondergoal as Perth Glory put the Mariners to the sword to go six points clear. Watch the goal and re-live the game here.

Melbourne City coach John van’t Schip hailed his ‘fighters’ after a win that lifted them into the six, but warned there’s a long way to go in the A-League race.

ERIK Paartalu’s injury time header earns Melbourne City a valuable win against arch rivals Victory in a frantic derby. Re-live the action in our Match Centre.

FURIOUS owner Tony Sage slams the ­allegations of salary cap ­irregularities aimed at Perth Glory, declaring the club is innocent of any wrongdoing.

VIDEO: from Erik Lamela’s wonder strike to Christian Benteke and Charlie Austin’s hat-trick, there were no shortage of goals in overnight EPL action.

DAVID Silva filled in for Manchester City’s absent strikers as the champions beat Crystal Palace to move level on points with Chelsea.

CHARLIE Austin scored his first Premier League hat-trick as QPR escaped the relegation zone by coming from behind to beat West Bromwich Albion 3-2.

SOUTHAMPTON drew a line under a miserable run of five successive defeats with an emphatic 3-0 Premier League victory over Everton at St Mary’s Stadium.

MANCHESTER United’s slim hopes of reviving their EPL title challenge were dealt a blow as they were forced to settle for a 1-1 draw at 10-man Aston Villa.

GOALKEEPER Joe Hart has become the latest Manchester City star to commit to the club, agreeing to a new contract through 2019.

THEY are the players who started the EPL season with a bang but have fallen off the radar. What has happened to Pelle, Ulloa, Berahino, Vlaar and Lovren?

FANS of both sides are far from content making this a crucial game for Brendan Rodgers’ Liverpool and Arsenal’s Arsene Wenger. Full EPL preview.

ARSENAL and Liverpool have had a good week. Is it the start of a sustained revival or will they lapse into old habits? Adam Peacock previews their big clash.

MANCHESTER United are sitting pretty in third on the EPL table thanks in no small part to David De Gea. Is the Spaniard now the best goalkeeper in the world?

JAMES Horwill has stopped black jerseys in their muddy tracks, plucked lineout balls from unreachable heights and held aloft rugby’s heaviest trophies.

A visibly stronger and more robust Hunt had Queensland Reds officials quietly smiling after the club’s first in-house game of the pre-season on Saturday.

WALLABIES playmaker Quade Cooper says being allowed to box professionally a fortnight out from the 2015 Super Rugby season will not only enhance his World Cup claims but keep him out of strife.

THE Queensland Reds are coming to terms with the news that figurehead James Horwill will leave after the 2015 Super Rugby campaign.

QUEENSLAND Reds captain James Horwill has quit Super Rugby to take up a post World Cup deal with Harlequins.

First signs of a post-World Cup exodus have emerged with Adam Ashley-Cooper set to join Bordeaux and James Horwill heading to Harlequins after the 2015 tournament.

RUGBY could get its own version of the Auckland Nines event, with officials in discussions about hosting a 10s competition between Super Rugby teams.

FOUR months after ending his NRL career, Sonny Bill Williams will be back at the spiritual home of league in a trial against the Waratahs at Allianz Stadium.

WALLABIES prop James Slipper has won the Medal for Excellence at the Rugby Union Players’ Association awards.

MELBOURNE Rebels continue to lock away their young guns with emerging scrum half Nic Stirzaker signing on until the end of 2017.

Last year's Rugby World Cup in New Zealand is set to be the second most commercially successful edition of all time, the IRB says.

Former Super Rugby winger James Paterson is named as the player that failed a drugs test at the Rugby World Cup.

New Zealand award Rugby World Cup-winning All Blacks coach Graham Henry a knighthood after drought-breaking victory. 

After more than two weeks of voting, you have decided the top sporting moment of 2011. Meet your winner now.

Foxsports.com.au gathers the five moments that defined rugby in the past 12 months and it's up to you to decide which was the biggest.

All Blacks captain Richie McCaw accuses France of "filthy" play over an alleged eye gouge in the Rugby World Cup final.

Samoa centre Eliota Fuimaono-Sapolu loses his appeal against a six-month suspended sentence imposed after an angry Twitter rant.

England's rugby turmoil worsens with reports the RFU tried to pay their way out of a World Cup sexual harrassment scandal.

England's RFU launch a probe into who leaked their damning report on the country's ill-fated World Cup campaign.

A confidential report reveals deep divisions within England's World Cup camp over money and Martin Johnson's leadership.