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  • Talking Horses: Bear Ghylls seeks Cheltenham...
    by Chris Cook on January 26, 2021 at 12:15 am

    Nicky Martin spent Monday fighting through snow so her star hurdler could get a bit of exercise before his toughest test yetThose who worry about the major stables hoovering up all the best prizes will be cheered to see Bear Ghylls is favourite for one of the TV races at Cheltenham on Saturday. The unbeaten novice hurdler, with clear star potential, is trained up on Exmoor by Nicky Martin, a permit-holder who bought him years back for just €22,000 and now believes she has a contender for […]

  • Paula Badosa slams 'lamentable' quarantine...
    by Reuters on January 25, 2021 at 10:43 pm

    ‘I feel abandoned,’ says Spanish world No 67Badosa may not be able to return to training until 5 FebruarySpanish tennis player Paula Badosa has described her extended period of quarantine ahead of the Australia Open following a positive Covid-19 test as the worst moment of her career, adding she felt abandoned by organisers.Badosa, ranked 67 in the world, was the first player to test positive for the virus upon arrival in Australia ahead of the tournament and cannot leave her hotel […]

  • Sport England announces 'golden reset' to...
    by Sean Ingle on January 25, 2021 at 10:30 pm

    Additional £50m of support will be given to help grassrootsReport promises to help those traditionally left behindChildren and the most disadvantaged in society have been put at the heart of a “golden reset” for sport and activity, with Sport England announcing a new 10-year strategy to transform fitness levels and tackle obesity. As part of the plan, an additional £50m of support will be given to help grassroots sports such as netball and rugby recover from Covid-19 in […]

  • Pep Guardiola urges Manchester City to match...
    by Jamie Jackson on January 25, 2021 at 10:30 pm

    Manager says his team need to match ‘incredible consistency’Guardiola: Sam Allardyce is ‘a genius’ for relegation escapesPep Guardiola has said Manchester City are aiming to match the consistency of their 2018-19 title triumph, when they won their last 14 games.City travel to West Brom on Tuesday hoping to claim a seventh successive victory and leapfrog Manchester United to become league leaders. Ole Gunnar Solskjær’s side host Sheffield United on Wednesday. […]

  • Bale, Winks and Ndombele ensure Spurs avoid...
    by Ed Aarons at Adams Park on January 25, 2021 at 10:00 pm

    José Mourinho had warned Gareth Bale he would have to fight for his place in this Tottenham team. But even if he is still showing signs of rustiness four months into his second spell at the club as he spurned several chances, it was the Welshman’s equaliser that ensured Spurs avoided the embarrassment of being eliminated from the FA Cup by the team currently propping up the Championship. Related: Wycombe 1-4 Tottenham: FA Cup fourth round – as it happened Continue […]

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  • Women and Black assistant coaches will be on display in the Super (Minority) Bowl in Tampa
    by Carron J. Phillips on January 25, 2021 at 10:16 pm

    As “Black Monday’’ sits in the NFL’s rear-view mirror, the ongoing conversation around the lack of African-American head coaches continues. The Rooney Rule isn’t working. The Fritz Pollard Alliance is frustrated. And as Roger Goodell and Troy Vincent, the NFL’s head of football operations, sit inside the league’s…Read more...

  • Madden Pro Bowl might be the NFL’s smartest move in years
    by Bryan Fonseca on January 25, 2021 at 9:25 pm

    ESPN reports that the NFL Pro Bowl will not only forego their annual Orlando festivities due to COVID-19, but that the event itself will be held virtually and air on television in place of the in-person game.Read more...

  • ‘Undersized’ or not, Jaret Patterson’s talent has him ready for the next step
    by Jon Helmkamp on January 25, 2021 at 8:24 pm

    Not every NFL prospect takes the same journey. Not every prospect goes off to play college ball for the Alabamas and Clemsons of the world. To the casual football fan, you might not even know what the Mid-American Conference (MAC) is — they’re the NCAA D1 conference that you’ll find playing in the middle of the week.…Read more...

  • Peacock conscripts WWE in ongoing battle for your soul
    by Sam Fels on January 25, 2021 at 7:30 pm

    Last week, it was the announcement that NBC would be shutting down NBCSN by the end of 2021. That meant that the network’s NHL and Premier League coverage, as well as various other sports, would be spread between NBC Universal’s other entities, like USA Network. But the real goal seemed to be to get even more live…Read more...

  • Frank Lampard could do the first job, but he couldn’t do the second at Chelsea
    by Sam Fels on January 25, 2021 at 5:45 pm

    The thing about getting a dream job is that most likely it’ll turn into just another job, i.e. it won’t feel like a dream after some time, and you’ll probably get fired. The latter is even more likely in sports, even more so in soccer, and yet even more so at Chelsea. They cycle through managers like Spinal Tap…Read more...

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  • What makes Chiefs’ Travis Kelce so difficult to defend?
    by Sportsnet Video on January 26, 2021 at 1:22 am

    Jordan Palmer and Arash Madani head into another Film Session, this time dissecting the Green Bay Packers late game decision making on third and goal, as well as what makes Travis Kelce so difficult to defend. The post What makes Chiefs’ Travis Kelce so difficult to defend? appeared first on

  • Sabonis leaves game with knee contusion after bump with Lowry
    by Sportsnet Video on January 26, 2021 at 1:02 am

    Indiana Pacers’ Domantas Sabonis left the game with a knee contusion after contact with Raptors guard Kyle Lowry. The post What makes Chiefs’ Travis Kelce so difficult to defend? appeared first on

  • NBA Live Tracker: Heat vs. Nets
    by Sportsnet Staff on January 26, 2021 at 12:31 am

    The reeling Miami Heat look to try and right the ship against the Big 3-led Brooklyn Nets. Follow all of the action with our NBA Live Tracker. The post What makes Chiefs’ Travis Kelce so difficult to defend? appeared first on

  • Chiefs open as small favourites on Super Bowl 55 odds
    by OddsShark Staff on January 25, 2021 at 11:56 pm

    The Kansas City Chiefs claimed their second straight AFC conference title with a decisive 38-24 victory over the Buffalo Bills on Sunday night, and they now prepare to battle the Tampa Bay Buccaneers next week at Super Bowl 55 as 3.5-point favourites on the NFL odds at sportsbooks monitored by The post What makes Chiefs’ Travis Kelce so difficult to defend? appeared first on

  • NBA Live Tracker: Raptors vs. Pacers
    by Sportsnet Staff on January 25, 2021 at 11:51 pm

    The Raptors have won five of their last six and will look to earn another victory on the second night of a back-to-back against the Pacers. Follow all of the action with our NBA Live Tracker. The post What makes Chiefs’ Travis Kelce so difficult to defend? appeared first on

  • Fantasy Premier League tips: Replacing Kevin De Bruyne and Jamie Vardy, plus who to captain in GW20
    on January 25, 2021 at 1:37 pm

    Each week, Sport360 will bring you tips for the English Premier League’s official fantasy football game. Fancy pitting your wits against us? You can join “Sport360 Fans League” using the code: tc90vz Hopefully, you came away from Double Gameweek 19 in Fantasy Premier League with a massive haul, perhaps even three figures. Round 20 though brings with it a couple of big decisions with popular premium picks Kevin De Bruyne and Jamie Vardy both facing spells on the sidelines. Tottenham host Liverpool in the big match of the round while Manchester City and Arsenal travel to West Brom and Southampton respectively. Elsewhere, Manchester United entertain Sheffield United and Chelsea take on Wolves in their first match after parting ways with Frank Lampard. Here are a few tips to help guide you through GW20. CAPTAIN – BRUNO FERNANDES | MAN UNITED | 11.3M After being named on the bench for the FA Cup fourth-round tie with Liverpool, Bruno Fernandes is almost guaranteed to start at home to Sheffield United. Only one assist in the last three GWs represents his leanest spell this season but going by his phenomenal record, that just means he’s due a big haul. Following his heroics in the FA Cup, he’d back himself to deliver. United are bursting with confidence at the moment. They will be keen to attack a Sheffield side who have kept just one clean sheet all season and maintain their status as league leaders. ALTERNATIVE RAHEEM STERLING (11.5m) is finding his way into to several teams now that De Bruyne is injured and he’s a viable replacement for the Belgian. He has delivered returns in six of last nine GWs and is still something of a differential with an ownership of just 7.4 per cent at the time of writing. BOLD CHOICE JOAO CANCELO (5.8m) has immense attacking potential and while many have flocked to John Stones after his massive haul in DGW19, the full-back is still the City defender to own. Pep Guardiola’s side boast meanest defence and Cancelo gets himself in dangerous positions with alarming frequency. With De Bruyne unavailable, he’ll likely see even more of the action. ONE TO GET JAMES MADDISON | LEICESTER CITY | 7.2M After a slow start to the season, James Maddison is finally starting to hit his stride. The stylish playmaker has three goals in the last three games and is creating chances for fun. Vardy’s absence may curb Leicester’s attacking play to an extent, but may see Maddision play even closer to goal and link up with Ayoze Perez. He’ll also be on penalties in Vardy’s absence. ONE TO AVOID SADIO MANE | LIVERPOOL | 11.8M Sadio Mane’s form is a concern as he’s blanked in the last four GWs. Liverpool’s attacking line has struggled in recent times, failing to score in 438 minutes of Premier League football. At 11.8m, Mane isn’t justifying his place at the moment while the Reds face Spurs, Man City and Leicester in their next five fixtures. BARGAIN BUY ILKAY GUNDOGAN | MAN CITY | 5.5M Ilkay Gundogan is enjoying his best run of form in a City shirt and De Bruyne’s absence will likely see his influence grow. He should be on penalties as a result, while his five goals and only two blanks in last seven GWs is impressive. Follow @BrendonNetto For the very latest news, analysis and opinion download the Sport360 app

  • Results from opening week of Lebanese Expats Basketball Championship fixtures
    on January 25, 2021 at 12:07 pm

    The Lebanese Expats Basketball Championship kicked off this week in the UAE under the supervision of the Dubai Sports Council and UAE Basketball Federation. Eight teams, Beirut, Saida, Byblos, Zahle, Tyre, Jounieh, Baalbek and Tripoli are competing in the competition, which is taking place in the UAE for the first time ever. Competitive: The competition is in the UAE for the first time An exciting week of games saw Tripoli team grab the win over Tyre with Hady Saleh being awarded the most valuable player of the game. Beirut were victorious over Baalbek, inspired by a heroic performance by match MVP Kevin Fadoul. In the third game of the opening round of fixtures, Byblos defeated Jounieh thanks to a great display by MVP Will Bechara. The final game of the opening stages saw Zahle recorded a win record over Saida with Michel Hakim claiming the MVP accolade. All MVPs won a 200 AED Decathlon voucher, which was presented by the following: President of Jam Sports Academy Mr. Ahmad Sleiman, Manager of the Lebanese Community in the UAE social media page Mr. Firas Abu Hassan, Owner of Project Rent a Car Mr. Elias Khairallah and Manager of Al Meshwar Restaurant Mr. Bayan Bou Kheir.

  • UFC 257: Michael Chandler wants to be the man ‘GOAT’ Khabib pursues for 30-0
    on January 22, 2021 at 8:30 pm

    It is not often the UFC sees a 34-year-old making a high-profiled debut. But Michael Chandler is not a regular 34-year-old. A three-time lightweight world champion in Bellator, he has consistently been one of the hottest properties outside MMA’s premier organsiation for a number of years. When he signed in the second half of 2020, the UFC’s already stacked 155lbs division took on another legitimate standout talent. At that point Khabib Nurmagomedov wasn’t retired, Conor McGregor supposedly was, while a slew of top level fighters clamoured for a shot at the gold. Chandler traveled to Fight Island in Abu Dhabi last October as an alternate should anything happen to either Khabib, or his opponent Justin Gaethje. On that night he would not be called upon – but did have one of the best seats in the house to watch the man he considers to be the GOAT, cruise to a 29-0 record, and emotionally retire in the centre of the Octagon seconds later. At the point, the 21-5 Chandler thought he would never get the opportunity to face the Dagestani, but a Dana White announcement last week left the door open for Khabib’s return. Nothing is set in stone by any means, but the man who still holds the lightweight gold is not averse to stepping back on the canvas – if someone gives him a reason to this weekend. “It felt like a semi-announcement,” Chandler told Sport360. “It feels like he is still happy with his decision to stay retired unless something really entices him. I don’t know if that is me going out there and if the fight presents the opportunity for me to showcase my wrestling. Khabib is the greatest of all-time. He has looked unbeatable in so many fashions over the last 12 years. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Michael Chandler (@mikechandlermma) “All of us, including Charles Oliveira who looked great against Tony Ferguson, myself, Dan Hooker, Conor, Poirier, we all have the ability and the skill sets to go out there and put on a spectacular performance. “If Khabib does come back, I would love to be the guy he pursues 30-0 against, but I would also love to face the winner of Conor and Poirier. I signed with the UFC not just to get signed, but for a quest to win the title – I will get there by any means necessary and a win on Saturday night is the first step.” And that first step is a formidable one in the shape of Kiwi, Dan Hooker. Coming off the back of a decision loss to Dustin Poirier, Hangman is desperate to get back in the win column – and what better way than to derail the Chandler train before it leaves the station. The American is taking nothing for granted however, and has his focus firmly fixed on a fighter he has a lot of respect for, but is confident of taking out at UFC 257 – and the start of a new chapter in an already storied career. “I am ready to go out there and get it done. After this weekend there will be a lot of clarity in the lightweight division, after I get done, after Conor and Poirier fight. We will find out what’s going on with Khabib – whether or not he is coming back, and we will find out the next steps. “I come from humble beginnings. I have had a lot of ups and downs and have taken my bumps, but always got up dusted myself off and kept moving forward. I think where I am now is a testament to that. “I am a guy who never gave up, and never lost faith in his calling. I believe I was put on this earth to do great things in this sport. I was outside the UFC for a long time, now I am on the biggest platform in the sport and the story will continue.” Wind the clock back to 2014 and you find Chandler on a three fight losing streak, having gone the best part of two years without a win. It became a pivotal moment in both his life and career, shifting for questioning if there was a paycheck coming down the line, to hitting adversity full in the face and going on to have the distinguished career he is known for. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Michael Chandler (@mikechandlermma) “You are only human, we are prone to wander and think of worst-case scenarios. There were moments where I wasn’t sure if I was going to get cut, or if those dreams I had of being the best in the world were really just going to be thwarted. I went 688 days without a win and that is a long time to not feel victory or accomplishment, to not have success in competition. “No matter how dark things look there is always something you can hold on to and for me it has always been my unwavering faith in my calling, why I was pulled into this sport – and being surrounded by phenomenal people. You never fail until to stop trying, as long as you never quit the story is never over. “Those chapters of failure and pain and loss are really something that molded me into the champion I am today. I am in the twelfth year of this great career that I have enjoyed and I still think the best is yet to come.” Michael Chandler takes on Dan Hooker in the co-main event of UFC 257 on Abu Dhabi’s Fight Island, this Sunday morning – main card starts 6am UAE time.  

  • Pity Martinez must keep easing Al Nassr dependence on Abderrazak Hamdallah and Nordin Amrabat
    on January 21, 2021 at 2:16 pm

    Victory, but with a painful twist for Al Nassr and Pity Martinez. His tortured start to life in Riyadh, after September’s $18 million switch from Atlanta United, appeared closer to a definitive end after a deflected eighth-minute free-kick versus Al Wehda made it five goals or assists in little more than four Saudi Professional League run-outs. The Argentina winger had notched just one assist in the prior five top-flight matches, as new employers endured a nightmare start and foundations were laid for 2018/19 title winner Rui Vitoria’s eventual departure. His reported side injury would cause an anguished premature exit before the half-hour mark in Wednesday’s 3-1 triumph, the former crisis club’s fifth in their last six outings. It is vital for hopes of sustaining Nassr’s resurgence under caretaker Alen Horvat that no serious blow has occurred – a correlation is apparent between Martinez’s growing influence and improved results. The 27-year-old was acquired at a lavish price to break the dependence on Morocco internationals Nordin Amrabat and Abderrazak Hamdallah, plus provide a vital alternative attacking outlet to take the fight to multifaceted holders Al Hilal. This transition has been more fitful than hoped – or expected. There are early signs, however, that it is finally under way. Martinez’s “complicated legacy” from Major League Soccer, as detailed by SB Nation, appeared to have travelled with him to the Middle East. Precious little of the bountiful talent exhibited at River Plate by the 2018 South American Footballer of the Year was on show for his top-flight debut, a 2-1 loss to Al Fateh, when an xG (expected goals) of 0.03 was recorded, or just one failed through-ball attempt was made in an invisible 2-0 derby defeat to Hilal. Hamdallah has barely been around to drag them free from the drop zone. Even when present for 438 minutes, one SPL strike has followed. A substantial decline from 2019’s global top scorer. Amrabat has delivered goals at Al Faisaly and Al Batin, though zero assists for a player largely stationed on the wing speaks volumes about shrinking output. So, too, a descent from the division’s leading average of 12.2 dribbles per 90 minutes last term, to this a present figure of 7.8. View this post on Instagram A post shared by pity martinez (@pity_martinez) Nassr’s early season issues cannot be solely apportioned to their toothless Atlas Lions. Lashings of blame could be sent Martinez’s way, before weighing up a coronavirus outbreak and the rest. Martinez has, though, responded as an eight-figure purchase is required. A deft free-kick played in the onrushing Petros to open the scoring in a 2-2 draw with Damac, he had a direct hand in the opening two goals from the 3-0 win versus promoted Al Ain and struck against Wehda. Only celebrated compatriot Ever Banega (31) of second-placed Al Shabab has produced more through balls than Martinez (30). Consistency, now, is fundamental. The 2020/21 crown is, surely, already gone for a seventh-placed Nassr, nine points off the leading pace after 13 matches. There will be, though, a 2021 AFC Champions League to tackle. A King’s Cup quarter-final with Al Ain is scheduled for March. It is unlikely that Amrabat will be around for 2021/22. Hamdallah’s future also appears less certain than before. These are pivotal figures in Nassr’s modern history. Hamdallah has produced 64 goals in 58 SPL run-outs, while Amrabat sits on 11 goals and 21 assists in 66 top-flight fixtures. Equally dominant foreigners are needed to provide firm foundations for a youthful squad, full of promise. Martinez is still some way short of those numbers. He must be that man. Starting now.

  • Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship adapts to life in the new norm
    on January 21, 2021 at 11:50 am

    The face of live sporting events has changed immeasurably over the course of the last 12 months. A global pandemic, the like of which this generation has never before seen, has forced us to rethink the way we imagine the hosting of an event. The very fact events such as the Abu Dhabi  HSBC Golf Championship is even taking place is a considerable step forward from where we were only a few short months ago. Empty courses, arenas, and stadia were the norm as Covid-19 forced all corners of the world to grind to a halt. Current champion: Lee Westwood is back to defend his title Slowly, but surely, we have seen events return, and the UAE has been at the forefront of that with events such as the UFC’s Fight Island series conducted in the most stringent of bio-secure bubbles. The Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship is one of the capital’s showpiece events, but this year will have a very different feel – much like all other European Tour events taking place now, and in the near future. The most notable difference for this year’s tournament will be the lack of fans. Organisers and players alike would love to see supporters crowded tee boxes, lining fairways, and filling stands, but at this stage it is just not possible. New norm: Players have been in socially distanced bubbles ahead of the event Working hand in hand with local authorities and organisers, the European Tour have put together some of sports more stringent requirements to ensure the smooth hosting of their competitions. They have created bio-bubble for hotels with only those absolutely necessary included – players, caddies, and media feature heavily here. On the course there are sanitisation stations, social distancing, and masks to be worn in designated areas. Rapid on-site testing has been brought in along with regular symptom checks, questionnaires, and the constant monitoring of everyone attached to the event. This has all being pulled together by the Tour’s medical advisory board, designed by Dr Andrew Murray and is among the most in-depth plans seen across the world of sport. Times have changed, how long it will take for pre-Covid normality to resume is hard to tell, but as we adapt to ‘new normals’ the hosting of tournaments like this should be celebrated. For more information visit

  • Chelsea’s sacking of Frank Lampard could win them the Champions League
    by Clemente Lisi on January 25, 2021 at 5:22 pm

    Chelsea canned coach Frank Lampard on Monday following a string of poor results. A new coach could mean a shot at winning the Champions League. Chelsea sacked manager Frank Lampard on Monday and are set to announce the appointment of Thomas Tuchel as his replacement. “This was a very difficult decision for the club, not Chelsea’s sacking of Frank Lampard could win them the Champions League - FanSided - FanSided - Sports News, Entertainment, Lifestyle & Technology - 300+ Sites

  • Oklahoma football: 3 biggest offseason questions facing Sooners in 2021
    by John Buhler on January 25, 2021 at 5:00 pm

    The Oklahoma football program is strong, but we still have questions for them this offseason. The Big 12 has belonged to Lincoln Riley’s Oklahoma football team ever since he arrived in Norman as Bob Stoops’ offensive coordinator back in 2015. The Oklahoma Sooners have won the Big 12 an impressive six years in a row, including the last four Oklahoma football: 3 biggest offseason questions facing Sooners in 2021 - FanSided - FanSided - Sports News, Entertainment, Lifestyle & Technology - 300+ Sites

  • How much should we read into Aaron Rodgers trade comments?
    by John Buhler on January 25, 2021 at 4:53 pm

    Aaron Rodgers could be much happier than he is right now with the Green Bay Packers. With a golden opportunity to reach Super Bowl 55, the Green Bay Packers let Aaron Rodgers down for the fourth time in a row on an NFC Championship stage. What the 37-year-old signal-caller said during the postgame press conference should How much should we read into Aaron Rodgers trade comments? - FanSided - FanSided - Sports News, Entertainment, Lifestyle & Technology - 300+ Sites

  • Nylon Calculus: Trae Young is more James Harden than Steph Curry
    by Ian Levy on January 25, 2021 at 4:32 pm

    It’s time to put aside the Stephen Curry comparisons for good. Trae Young is a uniquely talented offensive player but in the James Harden mold. The comparisons to Steph Curry started even before Trae Young officially declared for the NBA Draft. His slight built, flashy handle and propensity for pulling up off the dribble at Nylon Calculus: Trae Young is more James Harden than Steph Curry - FanSided - FanSided - Sports News, Entertainment, Lifestyle & Technology - 300+ Sites

  • Trey Songz arrested at Chiefs-Bills game after fighting police officer
    by John Buhler on January 25, 2021 at 4:24 pm

    Trey Songz was arrested during the Kansas City Chiefs’ playoff game against the Buffalo Bills. While the Kansas City Chiefs are going to the Super Bowl after defeating the Buffalo Bills, popular recording artist Trey Songz went to jail. Songz was arrested on Sunday night after getting into a brawl with a police officer at Arrowhead Trey Songz arrested at Chiefs-Bills game after fighting police officer - FanSided - FanSided - Sports News, Entertainment, Lifestyle & Technology - 300+ Sites

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  • Why split squads will save Australia in the long term
    by Dem Panopoulos on January 25, 2021 at 7:00 pm

    Rare concurrent fixturing has given Australia the best possible opportunity to fast-track its squad development in a time where it is desperately needed. After an unsuccessful summer, the Australian cricket team has found itself in a strange position with a handful of the world’s best players surrounded by a mix of future stars and, at

  • Does Australia need a new Test cricket captain or a new leadership model?
    by Joe Frost on January 25, 2021 at 6:09 pm

    Too sloppy with his keeping, too predictable in his strategies, too boring with his bowling changes. Too old. Following the series loss to India, there have been calls for Tim Paine to be replaced as the Australian Test captain. It’s a strong reminder that in sport, you’re only as good as your last match, given

  • Against the odds, it’s been a brilliant BBL season
    by David Schout on January 25, 2021 at 5:44 pm

    Excitement for this season’s Big Bash was perhaps lower than its ever been but, against the odds, it’s proven to be one of the best yet. Casting our minds back seven weeks, prior to the first game of the BBL’s tenth season, and a familiar cynicism around Australia’s domestic T20 tournament had resurfaced. Except this

  • Alen Stajcic has nurtured a winning culture at the Mariners and silenced his critics
    by Stuart Thomas on January 25, 2021 at 5:09 pm

    In late December I was somewhat stressed by a pressing and personal matter around which I required some advice. As it happens and for a variety of reasons, the person best suited to dishing out that advice and possessing a potential solution was Central Coast Mariners manager Alen Stajcic. It was game day, New Year’s

  • Remembering those who departed in 2020
    by Barry Beath on January 25, 2021 at 4:15 pm

    2020 was both a year to remember and a year we all want to forget. Before it’s too far gone, let’s take some time to remember some of the rugby league players who left us for good in 2020. 1. Paul Fisher A Souths-Sunnybank junior and a very accomplished and highly regarded player in the