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Macquarie Sports Radio Shuts Down & Loses Investments in Sports

Macquarie Sports Radio Shutting Down

Macquarie Sports Radio will be shutting down this Friday after only 18 months. The 24-hours broadcast sports talk radio show is about to go under after a huge expansion. As things stand, at least three radio stations will also have to shut down. Macquarie Sports Radio invested heavily in AFL, NRL, and Cricket, but it […]

Marmelo & Ispolini Have to Be Scanned by Vets before Melbourne Cup

Marmelo and Ispolini Favourites AU

Marmelo and Ispolini, two racehorses signed up for the Melbourne Cup, have to undergo scans by vets before being allowed to race. The two British thoroughbreds will be scanned for “suspected soreness” after Victoria stewards inspected them. As part of the lead up to the Melbourne Cup, all horses have to be checked. In a […]

Kate Palmer Stepping Down as Chief Executive for Sport Australia

Kate Palmer Leaves Sport Australia

Since 2017, Kate Palmer has been leading Sport Australia and regulating professional sports across the nation. As the former head prepares to leave, many are speculating about her successor. While she was in charge of sports funding, Palmer achieved a lot for elite sports. In a joint statement from the body and Palmer, she claimed […]

Mexican GP “Rollercoaster” Highlights & Predicted Odds for US GP

Mexican GP Highlights

The Mexican GP was an emotional rollercoaster for bettors and fans alike as a record number of crashes took over the track. As the race began, Max Verstappen was in pole position, but Mercedes were having none of it. Both Valterri Bottas and Lewis Hamilton crashed into the Red Bull driver, forcing him to drop […]

Israel Folau was a Distraction from Australia’s Rugby World Cup Campaign

Israel Folau Social Media Comments

Israel Folau, an Aussie rugby player now associated with homophobic comments, was a big distraction for Rugby Australia. According to Chief Executive Raelene Castle, his sacking dampened Australia’s chances in the tournament. As a long-standing member of the national squad, Folau was expected to go all the way to Japan. Instead, he was dropped from […]

World’s Second Dedicated Women’s League to be Launched by Baseball Australia

Baseball Australia Women's League

Baseball Australia is set to become only the second league in the world to create a dedicated national women’s competition. Four teams, from the ACT, Victoria, South Australia, and Queensland, have signed up for the first season. Starting in 2021, these teams will go head-to-head in baseball. In addition, Baseball Victoria, the Adelaide Giants, the […]

RWC Referee Jaco Peyper Apologises for Inappropriate Joking with Welsh Fans

Jaco Peyper Apologises

World Cup referee, Jaco Peyper, has officially apologised for his inappropriate behaviour captured in a photograph. Following the Wales v France match, the match official was caught joking about an elbow-to-the-face penalty during the match. In an official statement from World Rugby, the referee claims that he “recognised that the picture was inappropriate”. He also […]

TFA & NRL Move It AUS “Find Your 30” Campaign Receives Grant to Kick Off

Find Your 30 Program

Free non-contact footy sessions are coming to Australia with the Move It AUS “Find Your 30” campaign. Both Touch Football Australia (TFA) and the National Rugby League will be offering skill sessions to 13 to 18-year-olds starting today. Girls in this age group will receive the most attention in the skill sessions. At least four […]

AFL Silly Season 2019 Leaves Total of 65 Players without a Club

AFL Silly Season 2019 Confirmed Trades

As the AFL Silly Season 2019 has finally closed, a few players are left with no offers. A total of 65 players have been left without a club after the window closed. So, what happens now? And who managed to get into a good team? Well, we’ve got some good news for footy fans who […]

James Maddison Facing Penalties for Gambling at a Casino

James Maddison Poker Scandal

James Maddison is in serious trouble after photos of the professional footballer surfaced. While it may not be a sex scandal, his presence in a casino is against the rules. Maddison was photographed shortly after being dismissed from the English squad at a poker table. Since this is against the UK’s professional soccer rules, Maddison […]

Gran Premio De México Race Schedule & Best Odds for F1 Fans

Gran Premio De México is one of the last fixtures of the Formula 1 calendar. With a tricky track and even trickier weather, many F1 drivers are preparing for a tough race. The Gran Premio De México is held at Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez in Mexico City over 71 laps. Since the start of this year’s […]

Andy Murray Wins First Title in Two Years at European Open

Andy Murray has returned to the world stage with a stellar win at the European Open. After a devastating hip injury nine months ago, Murray has recovered spectacularly. The tennis champion is over the moon after he feared the worst nine months ago at the Australian Open. So, what’s next for one of tennis’ biggest […]

Hearthstone Trophy Breaks During Broadcast Yet Again

Hearthstone Trophy Breaks Again

In an unsurprising twist, a Hearthstone trophy fell to pieces once again during a victory broadcast. If you’ve ever watched an eSports final, this is as surprising as hitting your toe on a corner. So, why do eSports trophies get so little attention, and possibly glue? Well, it seems the game developer, Blizzard, was a […]

Riot Games Announces All-New Line Up for 2020 Gaming Experience

Riot Games Planned Releases

Riot Games is celebrating 10 years of their successful League of Legends title by adding new projects focused on the game. First and foremost, the League of Legends (LoL) game will be altered and improved across all maps. Then, it’ll unveil some new takes on successful spin-offs for mobile, with another hot game incoming. Two […]

Japan v South Africa Final Score & Recap at RWC Quarter-Finals

Japan v South Africa Highlights

Japan v South Africa ended in an expected way with a final score of 3-26, leaving Japan in the dust. A total score of 29 makes Japan v South Africa the lowest scoring match of the World Cup. Despite their first ever quarter-final appearance, the Brave Blossoms just couldn’t keep up. While the South Africans […]

New Zealand v Ireland Final Score Recap at RWC Quarter-Finals

New Zealand v Ireland Highlights

New Zealand v Ireland was what many would call a “trouncing” for the Irish. By full-time, the score of 46-14 was pretty embarrassing, but New Zealand are used to a big gap. After all, they haven’t played a single game without a score in the double figures. This makes betting on the World Cup almost […]