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Cricket needs the stump mics turned up

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When the ICC made the decision in July 2018 to broadcast stump microphone audio at all times, even during a dead ball situation, there was a sense of bubbling anticipation. What would we be privileged to hear and what would happen once we heard it? Cricket fan... More »

Darren Weir was a one-man show for Channel 7 presenter Jason Richardson at Caulfield.
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Three winners for the stairway phantom

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DISGRACED trainer Darren Weir was conspicuous by his absence at Caulfield on Saturday as his four-year-suspension came into sharp focus but his horses were still winning, says chief writer RON REED. More »

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Who are the favourites for 2019 World Cup glory?

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The World Cup is only a few short months away, and Australia will have the honour of kicking off the proceedings in a day/night encounter against Afghanistan at Bristol’s County Ground. Already, the rumour mill is in full flow. Steve Smith and David Warner’s b... More »

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Golf Membership In Scotland Is On The Decline

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Golf is considered the homeland of where it all began and is one of the most important locations in the world for golfers. The first game in the country took place in the 15th century and has since gone on to play a vital role in the development of the sport. ... More »

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Dan Menzel to Join Swans

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Over the past several years, former Geelong goalkicker Daniel Menzel has had more than his fair share of struggles. With the worst possibly behind him, he is set to join the Sydney Swans after being signed as a delisted free agent. The news should excite Swans... More »

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McIlroy Needs More to Be One of the ‘Great’ Greats

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For the last couple of decades, the golf media has always been somewhat Tiger-centric. His presence, or lack of, often overshadowed tournaments, as sports media outlets are always keen for a protagonist, someone to drive the narrative through the four days of ... More »

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The King of Cup callers

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SPORTSHOUNDS brings you two exciting chapters from My Lucky Life Behind The Binoculars. You can get details of where to attend the book launch and buy the book at the foot of each chapter. More »

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The day Martin Brundle defied death

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HOW could he survive? Millions around the world watched in horror as British driver Martin Brundle had a spectacular, life-threatening crash on the opening lap of the 1996 Grand Prix at Albert Park. PETER COSTER was on the spot and remembers it well: MARTIN Br... More »