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Another Huge Weekend as the NRL Kicks into Gear

It’s good news story for footy fans as Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced today, a further easing of COVID-19 restrictions. Stadiums that can hold up to 40,000 people will be able to operate at 25 per cent capacity in July as part of changes to

Quade Cooper Shocks The World

A video of rugby union star Quade Cooper has gone viral. Quade posted on Instagram a video where he performs an around the back – pass that resembles a pass in the NFL. American commenters have jokingly stated that Cooper could replace New Orleans Patriots

Round 5 Back On: NRL Will Allow Fans Back In

Punters in groups of 50 or less will now be allowed to watch matches, the NRL has confirmed.  The ‘first batch’ of rugby league fans will be allowed to attend games again in round five after the NRL secured permission for spectators to return from

Illawarra Local Scores First World Cup Goal In Win Over Brazil

Illawarra local Caitlin Foord has scored her first world cup goal to help the Matildas stage a 3-2 comeback against Brazil at the FIFA Women’s World Cup in France.  The Matildas were down 2-0 just before half time when Caitlin slotted a cross into the back of the net during the first half

Sharks to use Kogarah for Home Games

They haven’t , have they? Arch-rivals of our beloved St. George- Illawarra Dragons, the Cronulla Sharks, are making moves to shift home games to the hallowed grounds that Dragon’s legends were made. In accordance with the upcoming refurbishment of Cronulla Leagues club, the Sharkies are

The Big Freeze Comes Back Again

The Big Freeze is an annual event held by FightMND to raise money to find a cure for Motor Neurone Disease (MND). It is held down at the MCG on the Monday of the Queen’s Birthday Long Weekend. MND is a disease that destroys the

Changing The Australian National Anthem – Yay or Nay?

Last Wednesday evening, before the State of Origin opener, players from both teams refused to sing ‘Advance Australia Fair’ on the field. First Nations players Josh Addo-Carr, Cody Walker and Will Chambers were clear that they had no intention to sing the anthem. That same

Waltzing Matildas Need to Tango with Brazil

The Matilda’s are off to a rough start in the FIFA Women’s World Cup, after a 2-1 defeat to Italy in the dying seconds of the opening match. Despite the stats being in their favour, with Australia having the most possessions, shots, passes, corners and