A despondent Warriors outfit have thrown away their NRL season after Sunday's loss to the Tigers in Auckland.
Hawthorn have recorded a one-point win over Collingwood but coach Alastair Clarkson knows they'll need to play better to defeat Geelong.
Geneveive LaCaze has smashed the national women's steeplechase record on a good night for the Australians at the Paris Diamond League meet.
Essendon coach John Worsfold says he's been in touch with Jobe Watson regularly and suspects the banned skipper wants to sign up for the 2017 AFL season.
Robbie Farah has been ruled out of the Wests Tigers' reserve grade team to play Newcastle, with the hooker on the injured list.
Star sprinter Buffering is nearing a return to a trial ahead of a possible tilt at a fourth win in the Group One Moir Stakes.
A try to former Melbourne Storm player Mahe Fonua has inspired Hull FC to beat Warrington in the Challenge Cup final at Wembley.
Monica Puig stunned the tennis world with her gold medal win in Rio. The Puerto Rican will be trying to do it again at the US Open.
An Irish sports hospitality director has been released from prison in Rio after being arrested for alleged Olympic ticket scalping.
Three top members of Kenya's Olympics committee have been arrested following mismanagement in the lead-up to the Rio Games.
One more week for the struggling Newcastle Knights, while for South Sydney their late season resurgence continued with a big win at Hunter Stadium.
Rabbitohs coach Michael Maguire has praised Adam Reynolds for playing so well against the Knights after being floored by a vomiting bug the night before.
Raiders coach Ricky Stuart has indicated he may rest some of the club's stars in the final regular season game of the year.
The NRL's final eight won't be decided until the last match of the regular season.
Australia will chase a victory target of 227 under lights in Dambulla after a strong effort in the field in the third one-day international.
Fremantle farewelled their greatest ever player with a 20-point AFL win over the Western Bulldogs to close their AFL season.
A frenzied race to the AFL finals has finished with Sydney, Geelong, Hawthorn and GWS claiming the coveted top-four spots and double chance in September.
Contrasting AFL retirement announcements dominated the week and lead the best of this week's quotes, bitches and tweets.
The Hawks are the big sliders this week after losing to West Coast and seemingly blowing their chance of hosting a qualifying final
Former Sydney Swan Tadhg Kennelly says West Coast cannot make the Grand Final without sidelined star Nic Naitanui.
Brad Scott says it's been heartbreaking to tell Brent Harvey and three other club favourites they're not needed next season.