The Ashes Natter: Can England avoid another pasting on Aussie soil?
In the second edition of The Ashes Natter, our writers look at how fallible the current English generation is, as the tourists look to avoid previous Ashes hidings down under.
Is Mitchell Pearce about to sign for Manly?
Mitchell Pearce asks for, and receives, an exit from the Sydney Roosters while Manly releases Blake Green from the final year of his contract. Coincidence, or deal impending?
Essendon Bombers visit remote Tiwi Islands as 'rite of passage'
The remote Tiwi Islands is a world away from Tullamarine, but for Essendon's newest players, a trip to the Indigenous community off the northern tip of Australia has become a foundation for its next crop of young guns.
Take our sport quiz and keep the Aussie winning going
What a week it has been for Aussie sport! Test your memory of a very successful week for the green and gold in our tricky quiz.
Dimitrov edges Goffin to win ATP Finals title
David Goffin may have conquered Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer at the ATP Finals in London but Grigor Dimitrov proves too strong in the tournament decider to win in three sets.
Teen girl shows motorsport fans Supercars aren't just for men
A Hunter Valley teenager will be in the middle of the action at the inaugural Newcastle 500 Supercars race this week, working with one team's pit crew.
Australia's Ashes hangover keeps series alive for England
A late night, a sense of completion, a feeling that the job was done — that can make you dusty. Most of those in green and gold played the second Twenty20 in Canberra as though still under the weather, writes Geoff Lemon.
Hinds: If the 2013-14 Ashes series taught us anything, it's don't rule out the underdog
Few predicted Australia's turnaround during the 2013-14 Ashes series, but with the Aussies relying on a home-pitch advantage, don't completely rule out the possibility England will this time have the last laugh, writes Richard Hinds.