'Physios will have plenty of business': Injuries tipped to soar as Australians return to sporting fields
Experts say professional athletes and weekend warriors face an increased risk of soft-tissue injuries as training resumes, and physios could be in for a busy few months.
'Critical league' cancelled and doubts over return to play — netball wants answers
The Super Netball season has been given the green light to start, but many involved with the sport are troubled by the state of key pathway programs.
Storm edge Rabbitohs in a close one, which has become an aberration in the new NRL
Melbourne beats South Sydney 22-8, becoming one of the only teams to win a tight game since the NRL returned with its new set of rules and interpretations.
NSW to allow small crowds at NRL games from next week
Fans are set to be allowed to attend NRL games in small groups from next week, after the league reached an agreement with the New South Wales Government.
'We're ready for this': Football in the NT first to welcome back crowds
The Northern Territory Premier League will be the focus of the sporting community on Friday night when it becomes the first league to re-introduce crowds since the coronavirus pandemic took hold.
McLachlan adamant AFL broadcast rights deal will be done before season resumes
AFL chief executive Gillon McLachlan is convinced the league will agree to a revised broadcast deal with Channel Seven and Foxtel in time for the season's resumption in six days.
'A hard road ahead': Holden's Supercar muscled out by Gen3 in 2022
Supercars Championship organisers believe a new generation of muscle cars from 2022 will keep the wheels turning on the popular V8 racing category despite Holden's decision to end its commitment to the series.
As NRL celebrates improvisational footy, top brass is playing the same game with coronavirus
We've seen the Roosters and Bulldogs on either side of the NRL's coronavirus rules in the past 24 hours, and the league is backing its ability to adapt to these fluid situations on the fly, rather than put strict attack plans in place.