With a UK court finding cricketer Alex Hepburn guilty of raping a woman and bragging about it, I believe it’s finally time we throw back the veil on that culture that binds so many.
Fronting Burwood court (and the media insanity) this morning, Jarryd Hayne officially entered a plea of not guilty.
The NRL stands at a pivot point, it must seek borders anew if it wants to remain relevant. While PNG might seem a radical proposition, their love for the game might re-ignite ours. Worth a try.
Today’s NRL Grand Final deserves an atmosphere worthy of it, however, I believe Sydney is unwilling to co-operate.
Last week the NRL saw the worst crowds in 30 years, which merely highlights the larger issue: Where have all the players worth watching gone?
Two cities and four teams all share the same narrative this finals weekend. The heavily backed powerhouses, do battle against the rank outsiders on the wrong side of history.
Sport has always been treated as the one true religion in Australia, so how should punters react when a player decides to forgo Sunday footy for his faith?
Has the biggest sporting weekend on our calendar left you wondering why all the fuss? TBS Editor Mathew Mackie explains why Sport matters.
Do “Too many refs spoil the prop”? Ok, bad joke, but with Rugby League “over-reffed”, Matt Lygoe breaks down where he feels the system is letting down fans and players alike.
It is with heavy heart that Jack Howes raises a bat to Aussie cricket legend Richie Benaud who passed away with little fanfare but much sadness late this week.
Jack Howes’ Hot Taekes credits League for delivering fresh controversy on a rolling basis, giving us the low-down on the men still standing – and where they stand – in sport worldwide.
NRL players, the latest, Todd Carney, seem to have a fascination with exposing themselves, and during his time in radio, Mike Welsh saw it all…well, heard it all…
Tom Taylor commends the major codes’ commitment to end homophobia in sport, however, he wonders why there were no women on stage.
Nicholas Hartman isn’t your typical Aussie bloke. In fact, for him football, in particular Rugby League, brings out the very worst in society.