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  Horse Racing Tips October 24 – October 30 – Reading The Play September 2014 Loss – 6.45 units August 2014 Profit – 18.7 units July 2014 Profit – 29.04 units June 2014 Profit – 22.29 units Browns Best Browns Best (Ian Brown) has worked privately accessing and betting professionally on Horse Racing for the last 15 years. In addition Continue Reading...
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SAM Burgess touches down on his new home ground turf in Bath and discusses debut date but deflects World Cup dreams.

SAM Burgess’ odyssey to play in the Rugby World Cup has begun with a media appearance at Bath.

IT was a day to forget for Australia but veteran Pakistan batsman Younis Khan will remember it for a long time. See how the day unfolded in our blog!

GOLF might be a genteel game but one thing is clear — it’s best to not get on the wrong side of Welshman Jamie Donaldson.

A record-breaking knock by Younis Khan helped Pakistan pummel Australia on a disastrous day one for Michael Clarke’s men in Abu Dhabi.

FORMER Test skipper Kim Hughes says Australia risks becoming a two-man band, addicted to sugar hits from David Warner and Mitchell Johnson.

AS the smoke cleared from the Glenn Maxwell bombshell, attention turned to the forces behind the coup and consequences for Michael Clarke.

ANGRY NSW State of Origin players are privately banding together to protest the treatment of their inspirational skipper Paul Gallen.

NRL PREMIERS South Sydney may have lost Sam Burgess to rugby union, but they’ve signed an Australian schoolboy right out of The Scots College.

MONETARY fines are the go-to punishment for sports administrators, but it is time on-field sanctions received greater consideration.

THE compensation tug of war between Collingwood and the Gold Coast over Rodney Eade is a game changer for the rest of the competition.

GEELONG has been dealt the AFL’s toughest 2015 fixture, threatening to jam open the cracks that appeared in its 2015 straight-sets finals exit.

MARK Thompson seems likely to flout the AFL’s requirement that he pay his $30,000 AFL fine by Friday afternoon’s deadline.

EXPERTS rate the AFL draw the most difficult fixture to devise in world sport. Putting the puzzle together is Simon Lethlean’s responsibility.

IT’S possible — fingers crossed — that coaches might whinge less than other seasons, because the fan-friendly fixture is also coach-friendly.

PORT Adelaide’s status as an AFL premiership contender will be known in the first month next season when the Power opens against top-six clubs Fremantle, Sydney, North Melbourne and premier Hawthorn.

THE Western Bulldogs have finalised a shortlist for their next senior coach, but will not start formal interviews until next week.

COLLINGWOOD has called for an industry-wide discussion on contracts after releasing Rodney Eade for cash payment and sweeteners from Gold Coast.

PORT Adelaide chief Keith Thomas’ first reaction to the AFL fixture was to describe it as “incredible” — and he was smiling as he said it.

RICHMOND is the new prime-time darling of the AFL, with the Tigers’ dramatic 2014 finals charge capturing the attention of broadcasters.

IT was a day to forget for Australia but veteran Pakistan batsman Younis Khan will remember it for a long time. See how the day unfolded in our blog!

A record-breaking knock by Younis Khan helped Pakistan pummel Australia on a disastrous day one for Michael Clarke’s men in Abu Dhabi.

FORMER Test skipper Kim Hughes says Australia risks becoming a two-man band, addicted to sugar hits from David Warner and Mitchell Johnson.

AS the smoke cleared from the Glenn Maxwell bombshell, attention turned to the forces behind the coup and consequences for Michael Clarke.

NRL PREMIERS South Sydney may have lost Sam Burgess to rugby union, but they’ve signed an Australian schoolboy right out of The Scots College.

MICHAEL Clarke took funky field settings to a new level in Abu Dhabi, prompting a former Aussie skipper to say it was against the spirit of the game.

WILL England be brave enough to throw troubled batsman Jonathan Trott in the path of his nemesis Mitchell Johnson next year?

JESS Cameron is back where she belongs — occupying a key batting slot in the Australian women’s cricket team for the coming matches against West Indies.

BATTING legend Sachin Tendulkar has pleaded with the public to give his son breathing room so that the talented teenager does not quit cricket.

CRICKET fans who have long believed bowlers get a raw deal have a new pin-up boy ... Ryan Le Loux.

THE Adelaide teenager who had Grange Golf Club bend the rules to let him in at the age of 10 is now going to Augusta.

HOT Adelaide amateur Antonio Murdaca owes the crazy golf antics of film funster Happy Gilmore for winning his dream trip to Augusta.

THORBJORN Olesen held off a final-day charge from World No.22 Victor Dubuisson to claim victory at the $1.75m ISPS HANDA Perth International.

ADELAIDE’S Antonio Murdaca is going to Augusta after his seven-stroke victory at the Asia-Pacific Amateur Championship at Royal Melbourne.

DEFENDING champion Scott Hend raced ahead in the third round at the Macau Open, putting a second straight title within sight.

DENMARK’S Thorbjorn Olesen produced some fine scrambling and pinpoint putting to take a steady grip on the $1.75m ISPS HANDA Perth International tournament at Lake Karrinyup.

RUSSELL Henley has a reminder on his phone that goes off every day at midday to tell him he’s the best putter in the world.

TED Bishop has been removed as president of the PGA of America over a sexist tweet directed at Ian Poulter.

DEFENDING champion Scott Hend shares the halfway lead at the Macau Open with countryman Adam Groom.

ENGLAND’S James Morrison tore the Lake Karrinyup circuit apart with a course record 63 to rocket into contention on Day 2 at the Perth International.

ADELAIDE’S Clipsal 500 will retain its Saturday “sprint” format next year, but the twilight timeslot will likely be dropped for the V8 Supercars category.

NEVER say never, but Casey Stoner may have ridden his last laps on a MotoGP bike for the forseeable future.

IT’S a well worn story; that of the worker who starts at the bottom of the company and, through hard work and persistence, rises to become the boss.

LEXUS are considering joining the V8 grid, tempted by the prospect of new rules that could allow their RC 350 to hit the racetrack.

FEARS are growing over F1’s future after two teams withdrew from the grid ahead of the US Grand Prix, and other teams on the brink.

DANIEL RICCIARDO has nothing but praise for the US Grand Prix a race he describes as “the best of the new breed of circuits”.

FORMER motorsport supremo Max Mosley fears for the future of F1 racing as two teams fold due to financial failings.

IF Alexandre Premat has his way, we will see him back in V8 Supercars again next year. But not until the Sandown 500.

JAMIE Whincup needs to gain just 48 points to secure a record-breaking sixth V8 title, but is he going to play it safe? Not a chance.

RACE officials have rejected a protest against Jack Miller’s riding in the Malaysian Moto3, lodged by title rival Alex Marquez’s team.

ANGRY NSW State of Origin players are privately banding together to protest the treatment of their inspirational skipper Paul Gallen.

NRL PREMIERS South Sydney may have lost Sam Burgess to rugby union, but they’ve signed an Australian schoolboy right out of The Scots College.

IT is always strange seeing a star player pull on a different footy jumper. They almost look out of place — but not new Sharks recruit Michael Ennis.

JOSH Dugan, once deemed too toxic for the NSW State of Origin side, now wants to replace Jarryd Hayne as its poster boy.

ANTHONY Watmough’s long-awaited move to the Eels has been finalised, with the club set to unveil the new recruit at a press conference on Friday.

ENGLAND believe they have closed the gap on Australia when it comes to wrestling in rugby league and are preparing to showcase their new physicality.

HE IS 18-years-old and training alongside players he once had posters of, so naturally Sione Mata’utia wanted what every kid his age does – a selfie.

UPDATED: Josh Hoffman to the Titans. Anthony Watmough to the Eels. George Rose to the Dragons. Plus much more in our updated Transfer Centre.

PROP Martin Kennedy has rejoined the Sydney Roosters after a disappointing 2014 NRL season with Brisbane.

BRONCOS fullback Josh Hoffman is set to sign with the Gold Coast Titans, freeing cap space at Brisbane for Darius Boyd.

SAM Burgess’ odyssey to play in the Rugby World Cup has begun with a media appearance at Bath.

NRL PREMIERS South Sydney may have lost Sam Burgess to rugby union, but they’ve signed an Australian schoolboy right out of The Scots College.

MONETARY fines are the go-to punishment for sports administrators, but it is time on-field sanctions received greater consideration.

THE Waratahs have made it no secret they want to re-sign Kurtley Beale for 2015 and are hopeful they won’t have to go to court to do so.

WHEN Henry Speight makes his long-awaited debut for the Wallabies against the Barbarians on Saturday, he’ll be carrying a heavy load.

THE All Blacks have recalled code-hopping star Sonny Bill Williams and fly-half Dan Carter for their clash against the United States in Chicago.

LOCK Dave McDuling has made the most of playing every minute of every game for Brisbane City in the National Rugby Championship.

QUADE Cooper and Will Genia will make long-awaited Wallabies returns in an experimental side named by Michael Cheika to face the Barbarians.

WE bring you everything you need to know ahead of Saturday’s NRC final between Brisbane City and Perth Spirit at Ballymore Stadium, Brisbane.

BRISBANE City’s attacking firepower has taken a hit with bulldozing centre Samu Kerevi ruled out of the Buildcorp NRC grand final on Saturday night.

PEDJ BOJIC has overcome a horror year; he’s back in fine form, recovered from injuries and now hopes he’s impressed Graham Arnold enough to face the Mariners.

MELBOURNE City coach John van’t Schip says his club needs to shake its underdog status and develop a winning mentality.

ETIHAD Stadium will host the Western Bulldogs and Fremantle on the same day it could have potentially housed 50,000 fans for an A-League grand final.

SERGIO Cirio used to share cabs with Cesc Fabregas and played at Barcelona when David Villa was at a small club named UP Langreo.

TRIP to Perth follows Gosford, Melbourne and Wellington in opening four rounds for the Newcastle Jets.

COPING with boredom rather than the enervating heat or cloying attention of fanatical local fans is the first challenge for the Western Sydney.

DAVID Villa is poised to farewell Melbourne City with the scalps of Adelaide United’s Spanish armada at AAMI Park on Friday.

BENTLEIGH Greens coach John Anastasiadis says “nothing is impossible” as the Victorian amateur club dares to dream of FFA Cup glory.

FORMER Irish international Liam Miller has left Brisbane Roar after failing to secure a place this season.

THE Wanderers gathered, bleary-eyed, waiting for a bus to their first training session in Riyadh. They waited ... and waited. Dirty tricks are turning into an ACL tradition.

WIMBLEDON champion Petra Kvitova will lead the Czech Republic and Angelique Kerber will play for Germany in next week’s Fed Cup final.

IT’S one of the most unforgivable things you will see in tennis. A player was defaulted from a tournament for hitting a lineswoman with his racquet.

NOVAK Djokovic celebrated becoming a father last week with a ruthless victory over Philipp Kolschreiber at the Paris Masters.

THE Australian Open’s ballooning corporate appeal has seen Melbourne’s grand slam secure a huge multi-year deal with Emirates Airline.

ANDY Murray saved five match points before fighting back to beat Tommy Robredo 3-6, 7-6 (7), 7-6 (8) in a gruelling Valencia Open final.

SAM Stosur has revealed she has remained steadfastly in the world’s top 25 for two years despite being badly hampered in her training by a foot injury.

TOP-SEEDED Roger Federer beat big-serving Ivo Karlovic to reach a ninth consecutive Swiss Indoors final.

ANDY Murray is close to securing his place at the ATP World Tour finals after he beat top seed David Ferrer to reach the Valencia Open final.

RAFAEL Nadal lost in the quarter-finals of the Swiss Indoors to teenager Borna Coric and then shut down his season to undergo appendix surgery.

ANDY Murray has inched closer to sealing his place at the World Tour Finals, defeating Fabio Fognini to reach the Valencia Open quarter-finals.

PEDJ BOJIC has overcome a horror year; he’s back in fine form, recovered from injuries and now hopes he’s impressed Graham Arnold enough to face the Mariners.

MELBOURNE City coach John van’t Schip says his club needs to shake its underdog status and develop a winning mentality.

ETIHAD Stadium will host the Western Bulldogs and Fremantle on the same day it could have potentially housed 50,000 fans for an A-League grand final.

SERGIO Cirio used to share cabs with Cesc Fabregas and played at Barcelona when David Villa was at a small club named UP Langreo.

TRIP to Perth follows Gosford, Melbourne and Wellington in opening four rounds for the Newcastle Jets.

DAVID Villa is poised to farewell Melbourne City with the scalps of Adelaide United’s Spanish armada at AAMI Park on Friday.

FORMER Irish international Liam Miller has left Brisbane Roar after failing to secure a place this season.

THE Wanderers gathered, bleary-eyed, waiting for a bus to their first training session in Riyadh. They waited ... and waited. Dirty tricks are turning into an ACL tradition.

KEVIN Muscat says Melbourne Victory has the depth to survive without up to five stars, who are set to miss this weekend with injury and suspension.

A-LEAGUE SQUADS: Some big names return in round four including Shane Smeltz, Nikola Petkovic, Bruce Djite and David Williams. All the ins and outs.

QPR defender Rio Ferdinand has been given a three-match ban and fined by the English Football Association over comments he posted on Twitter.

SOCCEROOS skipper Mile Jedinak is the fifth-best player in Europe and top of the tree in the Premier League, according to statistics this season.

MARIO Balotelli finally finds the back of the net, Jose Mourinho shows his softer side and an EPL ref is banned for attending an Ed Sheeran concert.

THE Fox Football Podcast gang are back for another massive season. Episode four looks at all the big ACL, A-League, EPL & other talking points.

A “contract dispute” with Liverpool is the reason Socceroos youngster Brad Smith has ended his loan deal with Swindon Town.

QUEENS Park Rangers moved off Premier League bottom with a 2-0 victory over Aston Villa at Loftus Road thanks to a Charlie Austin brace.

CHELSEA captain John Terry has said both he and team-mate Branislav Ivanovic were “double headlocked at every corner” during 1-1 draw.

EPL R9 Good, Bad & Ugly: Robin van Persie’s late show keeps Chelsea within reach as Southampton and West Ham flourish in top four intrusion.

ROBIN van Persie declares that Manchester United can cash Chelsea in the EPL as Louis van Gaal and Jose Mourinho’s reactions differ to 1-1 draw.

MARIO Balotelli’s struggles in front of goal continued as Liverpool were held to a goalless draw by Hull City at Anfield in a match they really should have won.

THE Waratahs have made it no secret they want to re-sign Kurtley Beale for 2015 and are hopeful they won’t have to go to court to do so.

ALL BLACKS flanker Jerome Kaino will be the Blues’ third captain in three years, as the five Kiwi outfits named their Super Rugby squads for 2015.

WALLABIES prop Pek Cowan says his burning desire to see the Western Force taste success was behind his decision to re-sign with the franchise.

WALLABIES prop Pek Cowan says his burning desire to see the Western Force taste long-overdue success was his major reason behind re-signing for two years.

Former Wallabies skipper James Horwill is eyeing a rich career finale in English rugby after next year’s World Cup

AUSTRALIA’S Super Rugby sides will be Tokyo-bound in 2016 with Japan winning the nod as home for the competition’s 18th team in 2016.

SEAN McMahon’s dream season has reached stratospheric heights after the Melbourne tyro was catapulted into the Wallabies’ squad to tour Europe.

MICHAEL Cheika and Stephen Larkham are being considered as a coaching dream team to rescue Australian rugby and lead the Wallabies to the World Cup.

EDDIE Jones backs a dream Wallabies coaching pairing that teams Waratahs boss Michael Cheika with Brumbies counterpart Stephen Larkham.

WARATAHS captain Dave Dennis says Kurtley Beale is a valuable team man on and off the field and hopes he is not lost to NSW and Australian rugby 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.