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DAY five of The Championships features Australia’s Samantha Stosur, Nick Kyrgios and Bernard Tomic, and Serena Williams and Novak Djokovic.

AS a child, Josh Dugan loved acting the superhero. Today, he lives his dream, stepping up to one of the greatest challenges in rugby league.

YOU could see the steel in his eyes at just 11 years of age. Fully focused, David Klemmer prepares to wreak havoc for the NSW representative softball team.

THE Sunshine Coast Falcons will return to the field this weekend for their first match since the tragic death of James Ackerman.

MAL Meninga believes NSW will be terrified of kicking to Greg Inglis and has devised a plan to protect Dane Gagai from an aerial “pounding”.

DRAGONS coach Paul McGregor has urged his injury-ravaged side to be “desperate” against North Queensland as a fourth consecutive loss looms.

HAWTHORN held off a fast finishing Collingwood side to claim the points at the MCG on an emotional day for the AFL community.

AFTER another injury plagued start to 2015, the mighty Panthers are back on the prowl, downing an off-colour South Sydney at the foot of the mountains.

PENRITH great Mark Geyer hailed Bryce Cartwright’s stunning impact as the Panthers carved up the Rabbitohs.

PICTURES: Collingwood and Hawthorn players come together after the match as a mark of respect for Adelaide coach Phil Walsh.

HAWTHORN held off a fast finishing Collingwood side to claim the points at the MCG on an emotional day for the AFL community.

PICTURES: Collingwood and Hawthorn players come together after the match as a mark of respect for Adelaide coach Phil Walsh.

GOLD Coast coach Rodney Eade shared a Carrara dressing room with Phil Walsh as Brisbane Bears teammates for three years.

PHIL Walsh was a people person whose enthusiasm was contagious, writes Mark Robinson. He was a curiosity and that is said in the nicest possible way.

HARLEY Bennell’s notoriety has spread across the AFL with the Suns receiving multiple warnings from rival clubs about his party lifestyle.

WEST Coast coach Adam Simpson said his players are grieving the death of Phil Walsh differently and he is unsure how they will respond against Melbourne in Darwin.

GEELONG has been granted permission for a trio of AFL regulars to play in the VFL after the shock abandonment of their game against Adelaide.

HAWTHORN superstar Jarryd Roughead will undergo a series of full body scans next week which will determine his medical management.

WEST Coast coach Adam Simpson said all of his players are grieving the death of Phil Walsh and he is unsure how they will respond.

THE way Phillip Walsh played football throughout his career with Collingwood, Richmond and Brisbane typified the way he lived his life. Driven, dedicated and passionate.

IF Australia is to score its first win on UK soil since 2001, Mitchell Johnson and his band of bowlers must prove they are the best attack in the world.

A LANDMARK Ashes win in England won’t be enough to satisfy Australia coach Darren Lehmann’s hunger for a job he started exactly two years ago.

AUSTRALIAN batsman Shaun Marsh appears to have escaped a nasty training session incident without serious injury, after he was struck on the hand by Mitchell Johnson in Chelmsford.

AUSTRALIA’S bowlers have bounced from a horror day in the field with Mitchell Starc and Mitchell Marsh snaring eight wickets against Essex in Chelmsford.

MITCHELL Starc’s radar was off - way off - early on day two against Essex, reprising memories of Steve Harmison’s infamous wide against Australia.

PLAYING aggressive has always been the Australian way but Michael Vaughan thinks it could backfire on Michael Clarke this Ashes series.

MATTHEW Hayden recalls his battle with Michael Slater in the 1993 Ashes while delivering a verdict on the Shane Watson-Mitch Marsh dilemma.

A decade on from arguably the greatest ever Ashes series, we ask one of the men involved what lessons can be passed on to Michael Clarke’s Australia.

Drama in Bangladesh where Cricket South Africa had to issue an apology for the illegal use of a camera drone.

HIS fiery nature has got him in trouble in the past but Ben Stokes has no plans to back down from the Australians during the Ashes.

A Hawaii man pleaded guilty on Wednesday to using Robert Allenby’s credit cards after the Australian golfer said he was robbed and beaten in Honolulu.

NOT only did one lucky golfer do what so few hackers are able to in their lifetime. He did it three times, in a single round.

LONG-time leading lady Karrie Webb has been overtaken by West Australian teenager Minjee Lee as Australia’s number one golfer.

ABOUT $A3.61 million transferred golf champion Phil Mickelson to an intermediary was laundered in an illegal sports betting operation, reports say.

AT the Travelers Championship two-time Masters champion Bubba Watson shut down one annoying heckler in the best way possible.

GOLFER Stephen Leaney has urged fellow pro Jason Day to explore the same avenues he did to beat his own debilitating vertigo problems — and warned the answer might not be medication.

A NEW agreement with the European Tour and a prizemoney hike will transform the Australian PGA with a host of top players heading to the Gold Coast.

BRISBANE’S Cameron Smith has earned a ticket to the Masters at Augusta and golf’s invisible man is no more after the shot of a lifetime.

IT was somehow inevitable a man suffering vertigo would topple from the heady heights of the top of the US Open leaderboard. But the tenacious manner Jason Day fought only enhanced his reputation.

HE’s the next big thing in Australian golf. And Cameron Smith’s top-5 finish at the US Open means you’ll hear a lot more about him in the next year.

IT’S been a whirlwind 18 months for Adelaide’s Richie Crampton. Once a mechanic, he is now Australia’s winningest Top Fuel drag racing winner in the US.

DANIEL Riccardo doesn’t do birthdays quietly. After being sung “Happy Birthday” at Silverstone last year, the Red Bull ace celebrated with ‘Mr. T’ this week.

FORMULA 1’s Strategy Group has recommended sweeping changes to the sport, with the time-honoured Sunday race format not spared from change.

DANIEL Ricciardo has become the first current F1 driver to complete a lap of the redesigned Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez circuit in Mexico City.

JAMES Courtney insists there’s no tension between him and teammate Garth Tander — they’re just the victims of their speed in 2015.

OVER 215,000 Formula 1 fans from 194 countries had their say and the results are staggering. This is what they really want from motorsport’s top tier.

POLL: AS Ford marks 90 years since its first Australian-built car rolled off the production line, which is their greatest racecar of all time?

HAS James Courtney hit on the real reason Marcos Ambrose stood down from his full-time V8 Supercars driving duties?

ENOUGH of the doom and gloom! Ahead of this weekend’s British GP, here are a few reminders why Formula 1 is still in pole position.

DANIEL Ricciardo has addressed speculation that he could switch to Ferrari for 2016, and his response won’t leave Red Bull feeling comfortable.

AS a child, Josh Dugan loved acting the superhero. Today, he lives his dream, stepping up to one of the greatest challenges in rugby league.

YOU could see the steel in his eyes at just 11 years of age. Fully focused, David Klemmer prepares to wreak havoc for the NSW representative softball team.

THE Sunshine Coast Falcons will return to the field this weekend for their first match since the tragic death of James Ackerman.

MAL Meninga believes NSW will be terrified of kicking to Greg Inglis and has devised a plan to protect Dane Gagai from an aerial “pounding”.

DRAGONS coach Paul McGregor has urged his injury-ravaged side to be “desperate” against North Queensland as a fourth consecutive loss looms.

AFTER another injury plagued start to 2015, the mighty Panthers are back on the prowl, downing an off-colour South Sydney at the foot of the mountains.

PENRITH great Mark Geyer hailed Bryce Cartwright’s stunning impact as the Panthers carved up the Rabbitohs.

THE injury-plagued Dragons will be missing 10 regular first graders for Saturday night’s clash against the Cowboys, leading to a massive reshuffle.

THIS was the bloke Phil Gould said was cooked, too old — but at Suncorp Stadium on Wednesday night, Paul Gallen can create history.

COOPER Cronk refuses to consider himself Queensland’s Origin saviour. Even if his matchwinning kicks and victory record suggest otherwise ...

TOP backrow prospect Brad Wilkin has been lost to Queensland rugby after the Waratahs poached the 19-year-old from the Australian sevens program.

IMAGINE a future where the embattled Penrith Emus are finals contenders, have Sydney’s best player, best coach and rugby is thriving in the west. It has happened once before - 17 years ago.

THE rise and fall of James O’Connor couldn’t have been starker. Once Australia’s golden boy, his exclusion from the Wallabies squad shows how much his reputation has diminished.

AL Baxter says veteran Benn Robinson has bounced back before after being axed from Wallabies squads, and can do so again in time for the 2015 World Cup.

HOW has Hurricanes rookie Nehe Milner-Skudder been so dominate in his debut Super Rugby season? The answer can be tracked back to his days as a Bulldogs junior.

THE 20th Super Rugby final between the Hurricanes and Highlanders will be a spectacle worthy of a season in which attacking rugby has held sway.

THE man Kiwis love to hate, Phil Kearns, has further stoked trans-Tasman flames ahead of Saturday’s all-New Zealand Super Rugby final.

AS the Wallabies cool their heels on the Sunshine Coast, 2015’s two best Super Rugby teams go head-to-head in Wellington for the championship.

UNDERESTIMATE Drew Mitchell at your peril. The recalled Wallabies winger explains why he is a more well rounded player after two years at Toulon.

BRITISH police have charged former All Blacks star Mils Muliaina with sexual assault over an incident that took place in Cardiff four months ago.

UEFA has lifted key financial fair play sanctions from Manchester City and Paris Saint-Germain, with both clubs meeting spending limits imposed last year.

KIT NERD ALERT: The new season is still a while away but you can wipe away your tears with your club’s new kits. Here are the best and worst so far.

NEW West Ham boss Slaven Bilic has already been accused of lacking respect after taking charge of his first game against an Andorran side.

ANGEL Di Maria’s latest performance for Argentina was a timely reminder of his class after a difficult first season at Manchester United.

CLUB-BY-CLUB GUIDE: The draw is out and pre-season is underway — here is part two of what your club needs for next season.

CHILE’S players will bear the weight of a nation, and 99 years of pent-up frustration, but at least they can do it together. For Lionel Messi, this is his shot at glory.

PAPER TALK: How do you react if the referee awards a penalty against your side? If you’re this Romanian coach you run onto the field and deck him!

UP FOR THE CUP: Laura Bassett’s brother was allowed into the dressing room post-game to console her after a 92nd minute own goal against Japan.

US international Clint Dempsey’s moment of madness — ripping up a referee’s notebook — has cost him the captaincy ahead of a major tournament.

DAY five of The Championships features Australia’s Samantha Stosur, Nick Kyrgios and world number one Serena Williams.

JOHN Millman’s Wimbledon exploits have earned him a debut entry inside the world top 100 rankings and a welcome invitation to the Australian Davis Cup camp.

BRACING for Sam Groth’s missile serve, Roger Federer warned the Aussie he is “as determined as ever” ahead of an intriguing third-round Wimbledon clash.

JOHN McEnroe has urged Rafael Nadal to contemplate the unthinkable - sack his uncle Toni as coach -after another grand slam setback.

BALANCING a tennis career and caring for a toddler has allowed big-hitting Australian Casey Dellacqua to play with complete freedom on the tennis court.

Lleyton Hewitt and Thanasi Kokkinakis appeared down and out in their first round doubles tie, until the veteran produced a vintage fighting display.

RAFAEL Nadal dumped out of Wimbledon by qualifier Dustin Brown, while Thanasi Kokkinakis describes watching Nick Kyrgios’ as a “circus”.

CASEY Dellacqua has charged into Wimbledon’s third round, equalling her best result at the All England Club with a superb grasscourt display.

SAM Groth has booked a third round date with Roger Federer after dispatching close friend James Duckworth in straight sets at Wimbledon.

“THAT serve, I think, it’s possibly the best in the game at the moment.” Nick Kyrgios is no stranger to Milos Raonic’s serve but believes his own weapon can topple the Canadian.

CLUB-BY-CLUB GUIDE: The draw is out and pre-season is underway — here is part two of what your club needs for next season.

WELLINGTON Phoenix’s striker Nathan Burns is off to Japan club FC Tokyo, pending a medical, after winning the A-League’s Johnny Warren Medal.

TRANSFER CENTRE: Your club’s squad as it stands plus all the player movement with the ins and outs across the 10 A-League clubs for 2015-2016.

INCREDIBLE. That’s the word Balmain Tigers head coach Joe Di Guilio used repeatedly after watching his club draw Melbourne Victory in the FFA Cup.

THE Wanderers have added some Spanish flavour to their midfield by signing 32-year-old Andreu Guerao Mayoral on a two-year deal.

CLUB-BY-CLUB GUIDE: Part one of our two-part guide into what your A-League club needs for 2015-16 if they want to better last season.

AUSTRALIAN striker Kerem Bulut has signed a three-year deal with Iraklis, the Greek Super League club announced.

GRIFFITH University’s Nathan campus is set to become Brisbane Roar’s new training base.

THERE are no excuses for Melbourne City not to get more bums on seats next season after being gifted a dream draw for 2015-16.

FFA has revealed the 2015-2016 A-League season draw and it’s a start full of blockbusters. Check it out here and watch the Fox Sports News announcement.

KIT NERD ALERT: The new season is still a while away but you can wipe away your tears with your club’s new kits. Here are the best and worst so far.

NEW West Ham boss Slaven Bilic has already been accused of lacking respect after taking charge of his first game against an Andorran side.

ANGEL Di Maria’s latest performance for Argentina was a timely reminder of his class after a difficult first season at Manchester United.

THE transfer window is open and pre-season is nearing so here is Part II of our look at what your Premier League team needs for next season.

YOUR one-stop-shop for the European summer transfer window is here with all the key signings from the major leagues.

DIAFRA Sakho scored twice as West Ham eased past FC Lusitans 3-0 in the first-leg of the first qualifying round of the Europa League.

EUROPA League winners Sevilla have agreed to sell Colombia striker Carlos Bacca to AC Milan pending a medical, the two clubs announced on Thursday.

HUMMELS, Gundogan, Firmino, Clyne and Alves; The list of players to spurn Manchester United gets longer by the day. Should Louis van Gaal be worried?

MANCHESTER City is the next team to feature in our Dream XI series, and with this team, would be hard to stop in next season’s Premier League title race.

HE did nothing at Chelsea, but Manchester City are willing to spend $80 million on their latest target, while the Rumour Mill has updates on Man United and Liverpool.

TOP backrow prospect Brad Wilkin has been lost to Queensland rugby after the Waratahs poached the 19-year-old from the Australian sevens program.

THE rise and fall of James O’Connor couldn’t have been starker. Once Australia’s golden boy, his exclusion from the Wallabies squad shows how much his reputation has diminished.

HOW has Hurricanes rookie Nehe Milner-Skudder been so dominate in his debut Super Rugby season? The answer can be tracked back to his days as a Bulldogs junior.

THE 20th Super Rugby final between the Hurricanes and Highlanders will be a spectacle worthy of a season in which attacking rugby has held sway.

THE man Kiwis love to hate, Phil Kearns, has further stoked trans-Tasman flames ahead of Saturday’s all-New Zealand Super Rugby final.

AS the Wallabies cool their heels on the Sunshine Coast, 2015’s two best Super Rugby teams go head-to-head in Wellington for the championship.

TAQELE Naiyaravoro looks certain to remain at the Waratahs and renege on his big-money deal in Glasgow, shedding tears after being named in the Wallabies squad.

AUSSIE rugby fans don’t despair: Saturday’s Super Rugby final will be a cracker. Fox Sports Lab previews the game by the numbers.

THEY’VE won every major trophy available to them in world rugby, bar one. Ma’a Nonu and Conrad Smith get that chance complete the list on Saturday.

THE Hurricanes have won worldwide support in 2015 for their brand of rugby, but it’s not just what they’re doing on the field which is winning them plaudits.

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.