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WILLIE Mason has given his version of events that has led to the Manly forward being investigated for alleged anti-social behaviour, saying “there was nothing in it”.

BELGIAN cyclist Gianni Meersman has won the inaugural Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race, edging out the star attraction in a thrilling finish.

WITH the number of foals bred in Australia continuing to decline, at what point will the current demand for ‘product’ be unable to be met?

JESSE Williams, the Aussie NFL star, has not ruled out doing the opposite to Jarryd Hayne and having a crack one day at the NRL.

HER fiance Andy Murray may be as boring as you know what, but Kim Sears is proving a hit after wearing a hilarious shirt to the Open final.

NOVAK Djokovic has overcome mystery illness, a court invasion and Andy Murray’s stubbornness to seal Australian Open history after a bizarre final.

A YEARLING sold at last month’s Magic Millions sale on the Gold Coast has tested positive to anabolic steroids.

IF Labor form government it will be interesting to see where racing fits into its platform and if they deem any changes are necessary for the industry.

MOST classic grand slam finals are characterised by two players threatening to outdo each other with winners until one prevails. This was not that classic.

LUCKY Meteor, one of the most exciting sprinters in NSW country racing, is set to extend his long winning streak at Grafton today.

GEELONG fans can breathe a sigh of relief with superstar Steve Johnson back running on his injured right foot and set to complete a bonus week of pre-season training.

SYDNEY coach John Longmire is confident a tight hamstring won’t derail the pre-season of the man at the front of the queue to replace Nick Malceski in the Swans’ backline.

KEY Fremantle defender Michael Johnson is on track for Round 1 as he returns to full training this week following back surgery.

HISTORY is on Adam Simpson’s side as he plans to take West Coast back to the finals in his second season.

WHEN his dad was diagnosed with cancer, Port Adelaide’s Jarman Impey was forced to grow up fast.

WHO are the cheap draftees ready to make an instant impact on the AFL and our SuperCoach teams? Here are 20 names you should know.

NEW assistant coach Michael Voss says Port Adelaide can “absolutely” win the 2015 premiership.

IF JAMES Hird succeeds in getting to the High Court, it should not be a surprise. To him, it’s not about money, writes Mark Robinson.

UPDATE: ESSENDON boss Paul Little says James Hird will now concentrate on coaching the team after losing his appeal against ASADA.

LIONS star Pearce Hanley faces an uphill battle to be fit for the Round 5 Q Clash with the Suns after being struck down by a hip injury.

ALL-ROUNDER James Faulkner leaves the field with a suspected injury as Australia crushes England in the final of the tri-series at the WACA Ground.

JAMES Faulkner has sent a scare through the Australian camp after breaking down in Australia’s last competitive match before the World Cup.

MITCHELL Johnson returns to action today as Australia takes on England in the final of the one-day tri-series in Perth. FOLLOW IT LIVE

BRISBANE Heat are on an urgent hunt for a dedicated Big Bash League coach and want a high-profile successor to dumped state legend Stuart Law.

IN the quaint surrounds of Chatswood Oval, Australia captain Michael Clarke made his return from injury and notched a half-century on a tricky pitch.

MELBOURNE Stars coach Greg Shipperd has suggested cross-town rival Renegades should be axed from the Big Bash League.

GEOFF Marsh knows how the pressures of hosting a World Cup can cripple a side, and has been called in to counsel Australia’s new generation on the matter.

AUSTRALIAN cricket captains come and they go, usually accompanied by ample fanfare. But they rarely hang around on the periphery, clouding the issue of who actually is in charge.

PAKISTAN’S Shahid Afridi smashed 67 from 29 balls but it wasn’t enough for Pakistan as New Zealand claimed a seven wicket victory in Wellington.

EACH member of the Sydney Sixers’s Big Bash final XI has been fined $500 and captain Moises Henriques suspended for one match after falling foul of cricket’s crackdown on slow over rates.

TIGER Woods is out of the top 50 in the world rankings for the first time in three years.

RORY McIlroy gave the field a sliver of hope in Dubai as he struggled on the back nine but will still go into the final day with a four-shot lead.

FORMER world No. 1 Tiger Woods fired his worst score as a professional, to miss the cut at the US PGA Phoenix Open.

ROBERT Allenby feared the worst at the Phoenix Open in his first round since his mysterious misadventure in Hawaii.

THE ever-humble Kel Nagle rated himself a 100-1 shot to win the British Open in 1960 before golf’s champion bloke became a major champion.

AUSTRALIAN golf has lost one of its finest with the passing of Kel Nagle in Sydney at the age of 94.

KEL Nagle, the winner of an unprecedented 61 tournaments in Australia, has passed away at the age of 94.

AUSSIE coach of US young gun Jordan Spieth has revealed his intentions to bring two of the world’s top 10 amateurs Down Under.

ROBERT Allenby has stood by his story of being robbed, bashed and abducted in Hawaii, claiming he never lied to anyone.

ROBERT Allenby allegedly ran up a bar tab worth more than $4000 at a Honolulu strip club the night he claims he was bashed and abducted.

DANIEL Ricciardo remembers well the emotion he felt when he first sat behind the wheel of a F1 car and put his foot flat to the floor. Fear.

TOYOTA have announced they will return to the World Rally Championship for the 2017 season, ending an absence of nearly two decades.

MCLAREN have revealed their new Honda-powered F1 car, but Fernando Alonso warns fans that 2015 is a learning year for the new partnership.

FORD’S new FG X Falcon has been given the green light to race in V8 Supercars, while new-look Nissans and Holdens have also been approved.

IT’S a new look for a new year for V8 Supercars star Shane van Gisbergen, with his Tekno Autosports Holden getting a new livery for 2015.

VIDEO: FORMULA 1 stars Jenson Button and Fernando Alonso go ‘Back to the Racetrack’ ahead of the launch of the new McLaren.

THE covers have come off the machines that Yamaha hope will give Valentino Rossi and Jorge Lorenzo the edge in the 2015 MotoGP title fight.

DANIEL Ricciardo has seen what awaits him when he arrives at Albert Park in March — he just opened his laptop and tuned into the Australian Open.

BRAD Jones Racing has become the latest V8 team to make adjustments to its engineering department as it chases improvements in 2015.

PRODUCERS believe ‘The Peter Brock Story’ will hit TV screens in 2015 but admit they will have to burn rubber to make that deadline.

WILLIE Mason has given his version of events that has led to the Manly forward being investigated for alleged anti-social behaviour, saying “there was nothing in it”.

JESSE Williams, the Aussie NFL star, has not ruled out doing the opposite to Jarryd Hayne and having a crack one day at the NRL.

MICHAEL Maguire reckons he had no choice but to take the Auckland Nines seriously. Trent Robinson and Geoff Toovey obviously agree.

A CONSERVATIVE NRL has pushed expansion and the referee bunker system back a year as they do further reviews of their worth to the code.

THE Eels limped out of the Auckland Nines with four players — including star halfback Chris Sandow — under injury clouds. FULL CASUALTY WARD

MALIGNED in the lead-up for its lack of headliners, the Nines is poised to feature a host of supertars next year following scheduling changes.

THE enigmatic Chris Sandow put up his hand to become a shock choice as captain of the Eels with an eye-catching display over the Nines weekend.

THE South Sydney Rabbitohs have another trophy to add to their cabinet following an epic win over the Sharks in the Nines. Re-live the action.

CRONULLA Sharks impress, Mitchell Pearce set for a huge year, Corey Norman stands tall while Adam Reynolds shows his class yet again. NODDY’S VERDICT.

IT was 43-years between titles. But now Souths have another trophy following a thrilling Nines win over Cronulla, who still only have their 1979 Amco Cup.

JUST as Kurtley Beale conceded “everyone is out to get us”, Liam Messam has declared the Chiefs are motivated to snatch the Super Rugby title from NSW.

JAMES O’Connor or Nick Frisby loom as short-term fixes at flyhalf for a Reds side with 80 minutes to discover if they can gamble on kid playmaker Duncan Paia’aua.

SONNY Bill Williams is still “hopeful” of playing in Friday’s Super Rugby trial against the Waratahs in Campbelltown.

SAM Burgess has been called up to train with England, signalling Stuart Lancaster’s determination to have the former NRL star ready to play in September’s World Cup.

FATHERHOOD has transformed Saia Fainga’a for a refreshed rip-in approach to his 10th season of Super Rugby for the Queensland Reds.

KARMICHAEL Hunt's encouraging debut for the Queensland Reds was specked with moments of style, but the Melbourne Rebels prevailed 28-13 in Cairns.

THE Hurricanes dominated the first half and held on to beat the Crusaders 41-31 in a free-wheeling Super Rugby warm-up match in Eketahuna.

POWERHOUSE winger Taqele Naiyaravaro was in devastating form in the Waratahs’ first trial of 2015, suggesting he will play a big role in NSW’s title defence having defected from the NRL last year.

SAM Burgess looked awesome for England Saxons, bursting onto the ball, running into gaps and setting up the second phase play. Then, the game started.

SINCE Karmichael Hunt was signed by the Reds last year amid great fanfare, he has curiously got better and better without actually playing a game.

THE Socceroos could climb up to 47 spots on the controversial FIFA world rankings after their Asian Cup success.

A TEXT message at 5.30am Sunday further confirmed what Brisbane Roar football director Ken Stead already knew: Matt McKay is the ideal club captain.

BRISBANE Roar’s latest recruit trained with his new teammates for the first time on Sunday and was joined by a familiar face.

IT’S almost impossible to sum up how a night like Saturday’s victory feels — so we got the Socceroos to describe it in their own words.

VIDEO: Western Sydney Wanderers’ new recruit Yojiro Takahagi celebrated a goal on his A-League debut with a superb sumo celebration.

WHEN the Asian Cup final went to extra time, there was no doubt among the Socceroos that they would triumph physically.

FORMER Wanderer Aaron Mooy scored a cracker as Melbourne City claimed a 2-1 victory at AAMI Park and leave Western Sydney facing some big questions.

A HEARTBROKEN Robbie Kruse could miss the rest of the German season after scans confirmed that severely strained ligaments in his left ankle.

IT was the moment for which coaches can scarcely prepare, bringing their team together seconds after it has suffered an equaliser that feels like a mortal blow.

JUST eight months ago he was a surprise inclusion in Australia’s World Cup squad. Now Massimo Luongo has been named the Asian Cup’s Most Valuable Player.

NOVAK Djokovic has overcome mystery illness, a court invasion and Andy Murray’s stubbornness to seal Australian Open history after a bizarre final.

MOST classic grand slam finals are characterised by two players threatening to outdo each other with winners until one prevails. This was not that classic.

PROTESTERS were escorted from Rod Laver Arena after disrupting the men’s final of the Australian Open, with one jumping onto the court.

REPLAY: NOVAK Djokovic has created Australian Open history by lifting a fifth Melbourne Park title, beating Andy Murray in the final for the third time.

NICK Kyrgios’ availability for Australia’s key Davis Cup tie hangs in the balance as he awaits a second opinion on MRI scans on his back.

HER fiance Andy Murray may be as boring as you know what, but Kim Sears is proving a hit after wearing a hilarious shirt to the Open final.

CHAMPIONS do come back, particularly to Rod Laver Arena, as Martina Hingis rolled back time on Sunday with a mixed doubles win.

EXCLUSIVE: TONY Roche will become Bernard Tomic’s mentor and part-time coach as the Queenslander chases a top-20 ranking.

STILL celebrating a sixth Australian Open crown, Serena Williams launched the mental chase for a share of tennis history that has so far eluded her.

SERENA Williams has claimed her sixth Australian Open and a 19th career grand slam with a straight-sets win over Russian star Maria Sharapova. RECAP THE MATCH

A TEXT message at 5.30am Sunday further confirmed what Brisbane Roar football director Ken Stead already knew: Matt McKay is the ideal club captain.

BRISBANE Roar’s latest recruit trained with his new teammates for the first time on Sunday and was joined by a familiar face.

VIDEO: Western Sydney Wanderers’ new recruit Yojiro Takahagi celebrated a goal on his A-League debut with a superb sumo celebration.

FORMER Wanderer Aaron Mooy scored a cracker as Melbourne City claimed a 2-1 victory at AAMI Park and leave Western Sydney facing some big questions.

SURELY the wait can’t go on much longer? We’re already into A-League round 15 and the Wanderers are still searching for their first win of the season.

MICHAEL Theo - the A-League’s most decorated player - makes his long-awaited return on Monday in a massive boost to the stuttering Brisbane Roar.

MELBOURNE City coach John van’t Schip hopes the success of January’s Asian Cup translates in to greater interest in the returning A-League.

THE stakes are set to be raised again in the ongoing battle between the Newcastle Jets and their five sacked senior A-League players.

A CONSORTIUM of Australian and overseas investors is set to buy a minority stake in Brisbane Roar next month.

MARK Bosnich says Australia can show their dedication to Asian Confederation by scrapping the A-League foreigner rule for players from the region.

WITH Juan Cuadrado’s Chelsea move confirmed there is plenty of business still to be done before the transfer window closes. This is a bumper Rumour Mill.

DANIEL Sturridge put nearly five months of injury frustration behind him by coming off the bench to score in Liverpool’s 2-0 win at home to West Ham.

HARRY Kane reached 20 goals for the season as his double helped Tottenham ease to a 3-0 win at WBA as they kept the pressure on the Premier League’s top four.

VIDEO: Daniel Sturridge was on target in his Liverpool injury return but he wasn’t the only high-profile EPL striker to light up a bitterly cold day.

DAVID Silva equalised as Manchester City prevented Chelsea pulling eight points clear at the Premier League summit in a hard-fought 1-1 draw at Stamford Bridge.

ROBIN van Persie and Radamel Falcao were both on target as Manchester United moved up to third on the EPL table with a 3-1 win over Leicester at Old Trafford.

MARIO Balotelli must perform at Liverpool or face a nasty end, Willian likes the silent Bridge and Beckham jnr rises. It’s all in Paper Talk.

REAL Madrid are ready to sell Karim Benezema to fund a Raheem Sterling bid, while Bayern Munich opt out of Reus race. Rumour Mill is here again.

MANCHESTER United’s Michael Carrick has been ruled out for about four weeks as another teammate prepared to end his 12-year stay at Old Trafford.

CHELSEA star Diego Costa has lost his appeal against an FA violent conduct charge for stamping and has been given a three-match ban.

JUST as Kurtley Beale conceded “everyone is out to get us”, Liam Messam has declared the Chiefs are motivated to snatch the Super Rugby title from NSW.

JAMES O’Connor or Nick Frisby loom as short-term fixes at flyhalf for a Reds side with 80 minutes to discover if they can gamble on kid playmaker Duncan Paia’aua.

SONNY Bill Williams is still “hopeful” of playing in Friday’s Super Rugby trial against the Waratahs in Campbelltown.

FATHERHOOD has transformed Saia Fainga’a for a refreshed rip-in approach to his 10th season of Super Rugby for the Queensland Reds.

KARMICHAEL Hunt's encouraging debut for the Queensland Reds was specked with moments of style, but the Melbourne Rebels prevailed 28-13 in Cairns.

THE Hurricanes dominated the first half and held on to beat the Crusaders 41-31 in a free-wheeling Super Rugby warm-up match in Eketahuna.

POWERHOUSE winger Taqele Naiyaravaro was in devastating form in the Waratahs’ first trial of 2015, suggesting he will play a big role in NSW’s title defence having defected from the NRL last year.

KARMICHAEL Hunt will play his first game for the Queensland Reds in Saturday night’s trial against the Melbourne Rebels in Cairns.

SINCE Karmichael Hunt was signed by the Reds last year amid great fanfare, he has curiously got better and better without actually playing a game.

THE Waratahs have abandoned ANZ Stadium and signed a deal to play all home games at Moore Park from next year.

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.