Just who was it that called Elizabeth Cambage a baby?
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"It's nice not to be the baby any more, just another player."
Elizabeth Cambage feels she has finally grown up after her time with the Opals at the Olympics. Imagine how often she'll dunk now?
"Going offline again just in case 1 of the top 12 has a grave misadventure requiring them to withdraw from the final *fingers crossed* *JOKE!*"
Australian diver Matthew Mitcham didn't lose his sense of humour after missing the final of the 10-metre platform by one spot.
"Unless we are prepared to take a long, hard look at our systems and what we are doing, we'll get left further behind."
Australian Olympic hero Rob de Castella thinks significant changes need to be made before Rio 2016.
"I have had so many great moments in sport, especially the last couple of days, but this is something that is quite overwhelming."
Gold medal-winning sailor Malcolm Page didn't take his responsibility as Australia's flag-bearer at the closing ceremony lightly.
"Thanks for the support guys. Egg on head but I'll live. Nothing's changed, Adam is soft! :)"
Geelong captain Joel Selwood earned a reprimand for his clash with brother Adam, but he was still happy to throw out jibes on Twitter.
"For me it was just, if you want to be at a successful organisation, I think you've got to pay a price sometimes."
Collingwood's Dayne Beams re-signed for three more years this week, and may have also let fly with some friendly advice for teammate Travis Cloke.
"He will be first picked, and we haven't even had match committee."
Carlton coach Brett Ratten didn't have to think too hard about Chris Judd's inclusion after he completed his four-match ban.
"As soon as he is back, I know my place."
West Coast youngster Jack Darling isn't under any illusions as to his role in the team when Josh Kennedy returns from injury.
"There is continually a little bit of swelling, and that is one of the ongoing things."
Melbourne Storm fullback Billy Slater admits he will not be playing 100 per cent fit for the rest of this season.
"It is up to us not to make those easy mistakes."
Wallabies winger Digby Ioane thinks eradicating silly errors is the main area of concern in trying to topple the All Blacks on Saturday night.
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