Opals Cruise into Quarter-Finals Opals Cruise into Quarter-Finals

The Jayco Australian Opals have moved quickly and easily into the Quarter-Final stage of the 2014 FIBA World Championship for Women in Turkey. The Opals have had an average winning margin of 36pts as they finish the group stage on top of Group C. Ranked #2 in the world, the Opals have defeated 14th ranked […]

Swaggy P’s Media Day Swaggy P’s Media Day

The man known as Swaggy P, Nick Young, has come out with some absolute gold in recent times but one of his recent quotes could just be the best yet! The NBA had it’s Media Day yesterday and while Kobe Bryant was the biggest name to walk out for the Los Angeles Lakers, Swaggy P […]

Injury Update – Dylan Bundy Injury Update – Dylan Bundy

September 30 Update – Some good news for Orioles fans as the early stages of Dylan Bundy’s rehab is progressing well. The 2014 season was a disaster for the talented young pitching prospect, which was ruined by injury. 2015 will be a big year for one of the Orioles’ great big hopes, as he will […]

Injury Update – Dylan Bundy

September 30 Update – Some good news for Orioles fans as the early stages of Dylan Bundy’s rehab is progressing well. The 2014 season was a disaster for the talented young pitching prospect, which was ruined by injury. 2015 will be a big year for one of the Orioles’ great big hopes, as he will […]

Ninth title for Magical O’s

Despite the injuries seen during the season, the multiple players who were suspended, form slumps and rhetoric of naysayers, the Baltimore Orioles have stormed to their ninth division title, ensuring their 60th year celebrations would be one to remember. Heading into Game 2 of the current Blue Jays series, the O’s needed a win to […]

Jones is Birdland’s MVP

When a team wins its first division title for almost two decades, it’s pretty clear that a number of things have gone right. In the case of the 2014 Orioles – who are just days away from securing their first pennant since 1997 – this has been impressive performances from renowned stars who have been […]

Opals Cruise into Quarter-Finals

The Jayco Australian Opals have moved quickly and easily into the Quarter-Final stage of the 2014 FIBA World Championship for Women in Turkey. The Opals have had an average winning margin of 36pts as they finish the group stage on top of Group C. Ranked #2 in the world, the Opals have defeated 14th ranked […]

Swaggy P’s Media Day

The man known as Swaggy P, Nick Young, has come out with some absolute gold in recent times but one of his recent quotes could just be the best yet! The NBA had it’s Media Day yesterday and while Kobe Bryant was the biggest name to walk out for the Los Angeles Lakers, Swaggy P […]

Nevill Signs with Hawks

The Wollongong Hawks have bolstered their front court after starting big man Larry Davidson went down with an injury. Luke Nevill makes his return to the NBL, where he has previously played for the Melbourne Tigers, Perth Wildcats and the Townsville Crocodiles. Nevill has been a frequent player in the Australian Boomers squad over the past […]

NFL Week 4 Wrap

Week 4 is almost at a close, here are the results thus far – New York Giants d Washington Redskins 45-14 Eli Manning passes for 300 yards and 4 TDs to lead the Giants to back-to-back victories to now sit 2-2. Baltimore Ravens d Carolina Panthers 38-10 Steve Smith turned it on against his former […]

Who Loves a Punt?

The Green Bay Packers and Chicago Bears have done something that has only been done once before in NFL history, go through an entire game without punting the ball. The only other time that it has been done during the 94 year history of the NFL is back in 1992, in a game between the […]

Aussie’s Fake Punt (NCAA)

Australian punter, Sam Irwin-Hill, has made headlines around the globe after playing a key role in a risky, yet ultimately amazing play by the Arkansas Razorbacks against Texas A&M on Saturday. Late in the second quarter of the clash, on a 4th-and-10 situation the Razorbacks took a gamble from their own 49-yard line and called […]

Mustangs win first AIHL title

The Melbourne Mustangs have won their first AIHL title, thanks to a memorable 6-1 win over arch-rival the Melbourne Ice this afternoon at the Medibank Icehouse. Progressing through to the final after yesterday’s hard-fought 6-4 semi-final win against the Sydney Ice Dogs, the Mustangs took the lead first in the decider, when Jamie Bourke found Viktor Gibbs who […]

AIHL Team Bus Crashes

Last night’s AIHL game between the Canberra Brave and Adelaide Adrenaline was called-off after the Adelaide team bus crashed and rolled over on the way to the game. The horrifying accident occurred between Goulburn and Eaglehawk at about 4:00pm Saturday afternoon. The game was scheduled to start at 5.30pm in Canberra. It’s been reported that […]

Caps Sign Nathan Walker

Over the weekend, 20-year-old Australian Nathan Walker experienced the moment which many teenage American males can only dream of – being drafted by an NHL team. Currently playing for the Hershey Bears in the AHL, the talented youngster is now a proud prospect of the Washington Capitals, one of the NHL’s marquee teams. Many people wouldn’t know that […]

Hughes Breaks Aussie Record

Phillip Hughes today became the first Australian to score 200 runs in an innings of an official One-day (‘List A’) Match. Opening the batting for Australia A against South Africa A in the Quadrangular A-Team One-day Series in Darwin, Hughes blasted 202 not out off just 151 balls, smashing 18 fours and 6 sixes along […]

Little League Swagger

WARNING: The level of swagger possessed by the child featured in this footage is hilarious. Whether playing, watching or officiating, most of us have seen a junior sporting contest where one child simply dominates. This video comes out of Puerto Rico (via JoeyTotica) and features a ‘little leaguer’ hitting a grand slam. But no, it […]

Back Then, The AFL Was…

The AFL/VFL has been the pinnacle of winter sport in Australia since 1897, continuing to grow from strength-to-strength, developing passionate fans like no other sporting competition this country has ever seen. The other respective football codes in Australia had pockets of popularity spread out across this great land, however as far as a true national competition went, […]