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The end of the year brings with it plenty of discussion about who had the best past 12 months, and in keeping with the spirit of our site, deciding who wins in The Roar‘s Sports Awards 2016 is entirely up to you.
Ah, the Wallabies. They giveth, and they taketh away. Often in the same match.
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Something struck me this weekend, as I sat, eyes flitting back and forth lazily like summer flies, from the oddly hypnotic bags under Ned Zelic’s eyes, to the airbrushed part in Mark Bosnich’s smoothed-down assemblage of gossamer scalp fibres he calls hair.
It’s early days, but if Tiger Woods’ refreshing attitude in his comeback tournament holds good, the former world number one for a record 683 weeks will regain the majority of fans he lost.
It’s wonderfully ironic that Nico Rosberg’s championship victory has proved less exciting than his subsequent retirement.
Eddie Jones has won the battle of the clowns over Michael Cheika with England’s emphatic 37 – 21, four tries to two, victory over Australia at Twickenham.
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It’s awards season, and because we’re all about giving fans their say here at The Roar, it’s time for you to decide who the winners are in The Roar’s Sports Awards 2016.
While Steve Smith continued his breathtaking rise as an ODI batsman yesterday, Aaron Finch’s form trough deepened.
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Jade North got exactly what he deserved on Saturday night, costing Brisbane Roar an important two points courtesy of an outrageous piece of play-acting.
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The A-League is set to welcome at least one new side into the fold for the 2018-19 season, league boss Greg O’Rourke has revealed.
Eddie Jones believes there could be 10 to 15 England players in the British and Irish Lions’ squad for next year’s tour to New Zealand.
Hawthorn star Jarryd Roughead has declared himself cancer free and is back in full training for an AFL comeback.
Former Wallabies fullback Chris Latham will reportedly run out for Queensland at the Brisbane Global Tens – eight years after he last donned the maroon jumper.
Former FIFA boss Sepp Blatter is “disappointed but not shattered” following his failed appeal against a six-year ban that was imposed amid the biggest corruption scandal to shake the world soccer body.
Hawthorn forward Jack Gunston says he’s up for captaining the side if Luke Hodge decides to hand over the reins.
In-form batsman Usman Khawaja says he still finds the pink ball tough to face despite his latest century in a day-night match.
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Australia and New Zealand go head to head at Manuka Oval in the second of their three-match ODI series. Join The Roar from 2:20pm for our live scores and coverage of the match.
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The first half of the NBL season has flown by and with nothing separating teams on the ladder it’s time to go over how each team has fared over nine rounds of competition.
The Rosbergs have always done things a little differently. Keke Rosberg won just five Grands Prix throughout the course of his Formula One career, yet history recognises his status as a World Champion.
The convincing win against the Wallabies at the weekend has left it very black and white who the best two rugby teams in the world are.
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Chelsea made a big statement with their 3-1 victory at the City of Manchester stadium on Saturday afternoon.
We have heard many times how coaches talk about a ‘horses for courses’ team – a team picked based on certain unique challenges and objectives.
The last week before European competition kicks in again saw some big results.
Momentum is a strange word. For certain sports, it can be hard to define, yet it can also be obvious when one team is in possession of it.
Despite losing their best player in the off season, the Crows had a great season last year and surprised quite a few observers. What’s in store for 2017?
It has been very much a mixed bag for the Wallabies this year, with a slow start, injuries and an unsettled line up for much of the year resulting in six wins from 15 starts. In the battle of the fly-halves, Bernard Foley is three wins from ten starts.
Another exciting weekend of Premier League action has finished and gave us some very interesting talking points.
Current world champion Nico Rosberg announced his retirement a few days ago now.
The Sydney Kings have responded to consecutive losses, coming away with a crucial 99-93 win over the Illawarra Hawks at the WIN Entertainment Centre.
It is the year 2000, and the young Tom Brady, star quarterback from the University of Michigan, is sitting at the NFL Draft, wearing a crestfallen look.
As speculation continues to mount around James Tedesco’s possible move to the Roosters, there have been various opinion pieces on the Tigers’ ‘big four’.
Three jockeys have been hospitalised and a horse was put down following a scary fall in South East Queensland.
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