Battle of Brisbane: Bully Manny and you win

Last Aussie victim gives Horn advice

Horn must aim for PacMan's chin, says Leapai

Jeff Horn during a training session in Brisbane today.

"It's just a matter of timing and Jeff just has to get his right”

Trainer urging Horn to keep off social media

Trainer Glenn Rushton says Jeff Horn should steer clear of social media.

Glenn Rushton is urging Jeff Horn to stay away from social media.

Federer sets another record with Halle Open win

TITLE WIN: Roger Federer beat Alexander Zverev to win the Halle Open for a record setting ninth time.

Federer claims record ninth Halle Open

Broncos boss warns against Brisbane expansion

BIG RUN: Brisbane Broncos forward Josh McGuire takes on the South Sydney Rabbitohs line.

Broncos boss not a fan of expansion proposal

Lions skipper escapes serious injury

SIDELINED: Brisbane Lions skipper Dayne Beams will miss a month of football after straining his AC joint in a bump with Giants Shane Mumford.

Lions skipper out for a mont

Knee injuries bring end to Tigers career

RETIRED: Back-to-back knee injuries have forced veteran hooker Matt Ballin call an end to his NRL career.

Veteran hooker Matt Ballin retires

'I did not think this would ever happen in my wildest dreams'

Giants defender Bec Bulley. Photo: Getty Images

Bulley prepares for Super Netball premliminary final with Giants

Cathy Freeman finds her love for athletics again

Former track and field athlete Cathy Freeman is a 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games ambassador.

Golden girl is an ambassador for the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games.

What's happened to the great Novak Djokovic?

Novak Djokovic of Serbia during his game against Nick Kyrgios of Australia at Indian Wells.

Former world No.1 has gone from being tennis's king to its joker.

Firebirds legend has no regrets about retirement

Former players Clare McMeniman (left) and Laura Geitz celebrate a Firebirds win.

Clare McMeniman is loving the new Super Netball competition.

Sam Thaiday glad there's still loyalty in the game

TOGETHER AGAIN: Sam Thaiday, Johnathan Thurston and Mal Meninga.

Broncos star happy coach shows faith

Rep-break report card: your NRL club rated

Billy Slater of the Storm is chased by James Maloney of the Sharks.

We rate your club's season so far.

Selectors way off the mark with man-of-the-match pick

Dane Gagai of the Maroons is tackled by Josh Jackson of the Blues.

Wrong man-of-the-match was named, and he was from wrong team.

Backs to the wall, Lions made best of bad situation

EX-LIONS: Sam Docherty is a lock for All-Australian selection this year.

Credit where credit's due when it comes to Brisbane recruiting

Michael Ennis: NSW facing a much sterner test

DANGER MAN: The Maroons will attempt to keep Blues fullback James Tedesco quiet in tonight's clash.

NSW preparing for a much sterner test, writes NSW great.

Justin Hodges: Maroons need to stick to game plan

DESERVED CALL-UP: Maroons debutant Jarrod Wallace has done a great job for the Titans since leaving the Broncos.

Big names know how to get the job done when pressure is on.

Greg Martin: World Cup heartache still drives Scots

Israel Folau was one of the Wallabies' best against Fiji.

Wallabies should prepare for some angry Scotsmen in Sydney.

Never misjudge a Maroon: lessons from the '95 'nuffies'

Queensland Maroons debutant Tim Glasby answers questions at a press conference in Brisbane.

We should be cautious about pre-judging team, writes Tony Durkin.

RGS, TCC both unbeaten on opening day of Confraternity

The Cathedral College's captain Liam Grant.

CQ schools chase success against state's best

FOOTY FEVER: Excitement builds with strong Magpies win

DOUBLE DOSE: Jirra Breckenridge scored a double in first grade during the Lower Clarence Magpies and Kyogle Turkeys NRRRL clash at New Park.

"It is only onwards and upwards from here.”

South Kolan forced to forfeit again in the NDRL

OVER THE LINE: Burnett Heads' Casey Doherty, in action against Northern Force, scored a try against South Kolan.

Injuries to two players triggers forfeit

Footy player to sue over touch flag to eye

LAWSUIT: Thomas Alexander Sly, 21, claims he has lost 10% of his vision in his left eye and has trouble seeing in glary conditions.

Teen on contract to Titans claims loss of vision

Norths win big but Round 13 serves up surprises

Norths Chargers' player Elijah Anderson finds open space in the game against Fitzroy-Gracemere on Saturday.

Defending champs rack up big win but Yeppoon are beaten again

GREENSHIELDS: Group needs to make welfare a priority

Former NRL player Clint Greenshields (right) alongside Grafton Ghosts captain coach and good friend Danny Wicks.

Greenshields opens up about perceived lack of player welfare in bush

Lions skipper escapes serious injury

SIDELINED: Brisbane Lions skipper Dayne Beams will miss a month of football after straining his AC joint in a bump with Giants Shane Mumford.

Lions skipper out for a mont

Saints remember the past on memorial day

Saints president Daniel Clacy said the team were on the ball from the first bounce.

They remembered their Bulldog heritage.

Maroochydore produces its best outing of the season

ON THE BALL: Jackson Ryan in a previous game.

It was a crushing win over Coorparoo.

BITS best in final term

BITS mid-fielder/forward Ben Dempsey in action during Saturday's match against Glenmore.

Sluggish start but strong finish

The Panthers great Kele Park escape

BIG MEN FLY: Brothers' Brayden Anwyl and Panthers' Joseph McGahan.

Faulkner kicks match winning major to get out of jail

Langerak sits out Cup as Aussies go down

OUT: MItch Langerak will now head back to club side Stuttgart to prepare for next season in the Bundesliga.

28-year-old goalkeeper overlooked again

Assumption goalkeeper stars in game 1 at QISS netball

Mary Higgins (jumping in club netball at WIRAC) was the star in the Assumption College round 1 win at Boondall today.

Assumption has four games on day 1 at netball carnival

New coach Barambah proud of soccer team

WINNERS: Barambah beat Nanango on Saturday.

He took up the mantle after an injury.

Socceroos match it with Chile in Moscow

Tim Cahill (right) earned his 100th cap for the Socceroos against Chile.

FOR Ange Postecoglou there was regret to go with the pride.

'All-in brawl' so fierce soccer match called off

HOME GAME: Warwick Wolves players (white) in a game at Queens Park. FILE PHOTO

All-in-brawl got so vicious soccer match was forced to be called off

Brillante happy at home

I'M BACK: Bundaberg's Josh Brillante with Dylan and Phoebe Ashley at The Waves sports ground.

But wants to test himself overseas again soon

Dragons down competition leader

ON A HIGH: Toowoomba Dragons players celebrate a wicket against Wynnum in their National Indoor Cricket League south-east Queensland division game at Action Indoor Sports.

Toowoomba in good spot heading into final round

Australian cricket on edge of 'June 30 cliff'

Cricket Australia chief executive James Sutherland.

About 230 players will be unemployed if no new deal is done.

Dragons prepare for fellow title contender

AT HOME: Blake Anderson in action for the Toowoomba Dragons this season.

Toowoomba hosts NICL SEQ top-of-the-table battle

Bringing up the ton in style

FOUR STRAIGHT: The Marist Brothers team that won four consecutive Lismore District first-grade cricket premierships in the late 1950s: Back row, from left, Greg Youngberry, Barry Wappett, Michael Best, Brian Harman, Barry Pratt; front row, Herb Gahan, Harold Crozier, John McMahon, Frank Ryan, John Pratt, Norman Rogers.

Celebrating a century of cricket

Players stumped by Cricket Australia's industrial tactics

UNDERVALUED: Ben Dunk (batting) says Cricket Australia has taken an aggressive industrial attitude to player payments.

Cricket Australia treating players like hole-diggers, says Ben Dunk

T20 Cricket stars will give back to kids this July

It's almost that time of year again for the T20 Allstars big bash at Harrup Park.

Get your tickets to the All Stars T20 cricket bash now

Panthers recognise leading performers

IN ACTION: Mia Stower plays for Darling Downs Panthers during the State Netball League division two city season.

Darling Downs stars pick up end-of-season awards

Assumption finishes day 1 at QISS netball in cliff hanger

The Assumption College QISS netball team (back, from left) Grace Parsons, Mary Higgins, Steph Lockhart, Tyler Aspinall, (front) Madison Burton, Mackenzi Burton, Eliza McLennan, Hannah Duggan and Bronte LeSueur. Photo: Karyn Byrne

Mixed day for Assumption in QISS netball at Boondall

Alloway stays on top ahead of the break

WINNING RUN: Alloway Blue player guards her goal Ruth Grills.

Competition on two-week break for school holidays

PHOTOS: Carnival fitting send off to old courts

U13-14 Div 1 winners Bowen Cyclones (left from front) Katie Yasso, Emma Martin, Piper Pott and (back) Chantel Dyne, Kimberley Kruse, Libby Abbott and Sinead Jensen.

All the action from the Mackay Netball Carnival

Super captain has more to offer at Lightning

CAPTAIN: Sunshine Coast Lightning leader Geva Mentor.

Mentor wants to encourage those around her to reach their potential.

Super Netball title winner on her way to M'boro

ON HER WAY: Sunshine Coast Lighting's Caitlin Bassett will host a clinic at Maryborough.

A premiership winner will host a clinic at Maryborough.

Epic bunker shot seals PGA win for Spieth

Jordan Spieth lands epic bunker shot to claim PGA title with play-off victory

Brooks Koepka wins US Open golf title

Brooks Koepka holds up the winning trophy after winning the US Open at Erin Hills.

BROOKS Koepka has won his first major championship.

Harman in front on crowded US Open leaderboard

Brian Harman leads the US Open by one shot.

AMERICAN Brian Harman takes lead at US Open.

Carnage at US Open as world's top three sent packing

Jason Day, of Australia, reacts on the ninth hole during the second round of the US Open at Erin Hills in Wisconsin.

Marc Leishman set to be the only Aussie to make the cut.