Lacrosse: With Australia competing in the Lacrosse world champs, Australian coach Trish Adams spoke about the Aussies rich history in the sport, and hopes of an Olympic medal.
State of Origin: The Blues have named the side that will take the field when they face the Maroons in Queensland in Game III for the series decider.
State of Origin: Maroons coach has revealed he had an emotional call with Tom Gilbert when informing him of his Origin debut.
AFL: David King and Leigh Montagna believe uncertainty surrounding Nat Fyfe's permanent position for the Fremantle Dockers is a good problem to have.
Wimbledon: Italian Jannik Sinner has defeated fellow young gun Carlos Alcaraz to advance to his first Wimbledon quarter final.
F1: Mercedes' George Russell reacts to Zhou Guanyu's scary crash at Silverstone on lap one of the British Grand Prix.
State of Origin: Queensland's Felise Kaufusi will miss the decider in Brisbane, travelling to the United States to be with his sick father.
Formula 1: Mick Schumacher has finally secured his first points finish in Formula 1 but that didn't stop the rising star from pushing Max Verstappen to the finish line at the British Grand Prix.
Formula 1: In his 150th Grand Prix, Ferrari's Carlos Sainz has claimed his maiden victory in Formula One at Silverstone.
Netball: West Coast proved too strong for the Melbourne Vixens in front of a vocal home crowd, taking out their first netball title!
UFC: Israel Adesanya has admitted he didn't have the best performance against Jared Canonier at UFC 276 despite defending his belt for a fifth time.
UFC: Following his brutal knockout against Sean Strickland, Alex Pereira said he wasn't impressed after watching rival Israel Adesanya defend his belt against Jared Canonier at UFC 276.
UFC: Following his demolition job on rival Max Holloway, Alexander Volkanovski is ready for a new challenge at 155 pounds.
Rugby: The Wallabies have finally broken their England hoodoo, winning for the first time since 2015.
AFL: Geelong have crushed North Melbourne to the tune of 112 points down at GMHBA Stadium!
AFL: Collingwood have defeated Gold Coast 67-62 in a thrilling contest at Metricon Stadium.
A-League: Milos Ninkovic has quit Sydney FC via a post on social media.
Golf: Cameron Smith backed up his five-under in the opening round to shoot a three-under 69 at Muirfield Village Golf Club in Ohio.
Cricket: New Zealand appear to be in the ascendency after a steadying partnership from Darryl Mitchell and Tom Blundell against England.
A-League: Daniel Sturridge's brief A-League career is over at Perth Glory, meanwhile a couple of young guns are departing Adelaide United, set for European berths.
NBA: A 17-0 run late in the game has powered the Boston Celtics to a first up victory over the Golden State Warriors.
AFL: The AFL have issued an apology to Buddy Franklin after he was labelled 'cowardly' during a tribunal hearing.
AFL: The Melbourne Demons have reacted swiftly after suffering their first loss of the season, recalling four Premiership players for their clash against the Swans.
AFL: St Kilda legend Nick Riewoldt has endorsed his club's decision to offer coach Brett Ratten a long-term extension.
Cricket: Despite dismissing the Black Caps cheaply on Day 1 of the First Test, in familiar scenes England proceeded to suffer another batting collapse.
Tennis: Following a 34th straight win, World No.1 Iga Swiatek will face off against American teenage sensation Coco Gauff in the French Open Final.
State of Origin: Maroons hooker Harry Grant is ready to play in Game 1 after overcoming the flu.
NRL: Penrith Panthers young gun Taylan May has been rewarded for his stellar form after signing a two-year extension with the club.
State of Origin: UFC Featherweight champion Alexander Volkanovski has joined the Blues camp to help them with their mental preparations ahead of Game 1.
NRL: Matt Dufty is reportedly set to be the 18th or 19th man for the Bulldogs when they face the Penrith Panthers.
Netball: Netball Australia CEO Kelly Ryan joined Centre Circle to answer all the tough questions about the controversial move of the Grand Final in 2022.
Football: Ahead of their blockbuster World Cup qualifier against the UAE, Australia has turned in a solid 2-1 come-from-behind victory over Jordan.
French Open: Croatian big man Marin Cilic has won through to the French Open Semi Finals after a thrilling 5 set victory over Andrey Rublev.
Netball: Controversy has embroiled the Super Netball season after reports began circulating that the governing body was prepared to sell the Grand Final to the highest bidder.
French Open: Iga Swiatek and Daria Kasatkina have both won their respective matches to earn a spot in the French Open Semi Finals.
Cricket: Andrew McDonald will miss his first game in charge of the Australian Cricket team against Sri Lanka as he enters Covid Protocols.
AFL: Jai Culley has been taken with the first overall pick in the mid-season AFL draft by the West Coast Eagles.
AFL: The Sydney Swans have failed in their appeal to overturn Buddy Franklin's one game ban for striking Richmond's Trent Cotchin, meaning he will miss the clash with the Demons.
Boxing: The WBO has ordered Jermell Charlo to fight Aussie Tim Tszyu in what would be a shot at the undisputed title and all of the belts.
AFL: Despite a truly horrible run of form, Adam Simpson insists the West Coast Eagles will not shift to a more defensive focus.
Basketball: The Australian Opals have narrowly lost their series with Japan following a 2 point loss in the deciding game in Newcastle.
French Open: German Alexander Zverev has beaten young gun Carlos Alcaraz to advance to the French Open semi finals.
Cycling: Australian Jai Hindley is still lapping it up after his incredible Giro d'Italia victory, and insists the Tour de France is in his sights as well.
AFL: Essendon president Paul Brasher says he is still backing Ben Rutten despite the Bombers holding an internal review.
NBA: Golden State Warriors coach Steve Kerr discusses his team's prospects of beating the Boston Celtics in the NBA Finals series.
NHL: Four goals in quick succession helped the New York Rangers to a 6-2 win over the Carolina Hurricanes.
MLB: Marlins' Jesus Sanchez has smashed an enormous home run, the longest of the MLB season so far.
Boxing: He might be preparing to fight George Kambosos for the lightweight title, but Devin Haney took some time to visit children training at the Koorie youth program.
Football: Graham Arnold has been dealt a blow with playmaker Tom Rogic withdrawing from the Socceroos squad, citing personal reasons.
Boxing: With George Kambosos getting set to hopefully unify all the belts against Devin Haney, we take a look back at his last incredible performance against Teofimo Lopez