The Tigers are long odds to make a finals appearance but coach Jason Taylor wants his side to stay focused.
Jason Taylor thinks crocked fullback James Tedesco is a more than worthy addition to the Kangaroos squad for this years Four Nations.
Australian tennis stars Nick Kyrgios and Bernard Tomic are slated to clash for the first time in the US Open in New York.
World No.1 Jason Day rode a second round rollercoaster at The Barclays.
The Dallas Cowboys are waving off an injury scare to quarterback Tony Romo.
The speed of their defensive line and execution in attack are there and it might just be that the Broncos are a title threat once again.
A high-ranking Kenyan Olympic official has been arrested.
Three members of the Olympic Council of Ireland will get their passports back after they were seized over a ticketing scandal.
Belarusian weightlifter Stanislav Chadovich is provisionally suspended on allegations of using substitute urine to fool a drug test.
Rio police have begun questioning two of Ireland's top Olympic executives in relation to ticket-scalping allegations.
With the minor premiership theirs for the taking, Melbourne failed to turn up ready against Brisbane and their coach is concerned.
Alastair Clarkson is looking to inspire his Hawks via West Coast's own tale of perseverance.
Matthew Pavlich will play his 353rd and final match when he lines up against the Western Bulldogs at Domain Stadium.
West Coast are full of confidence heading into the finals after claiming a crucial away win over Adelaide.
James Kelly says he's considering a 16th season and a second with Essendon should he be offered another year with the Bombers.
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
Brad Scott says it's been heartbreaking to tell Brent Harvey and three other club favourites they're not needed next season.
Brent Harvey is still one of North Melbourne's best players, so why is he getting the chop?