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The Nine Network has upped the ante in their simmering dispute with the NRL as its boss fights to save his job.

RUGBY

Stand down threat for players in pay dispute

Rugby Australia have asked their 192 professional players to take around a 65 per cent pay cut.

Hawthorn v St Kilda. MCG. Sam Gilbert chases the loose footy

Sam Gilbert handed drugs ban

Former St Kilda player Sam Gilbert has accepted a two-year suspension for an anti-doping violation.

THE BEST OF THE BEST: James Tedesco of the NSW Blues took out the Wally Lewis Medal for his unstoppable efforts in this years Origin Series.

NRL

NRL issues ambitious May day call

May 21 has become the NRL’s ambitious target for a return to action as they watch the infection rate of coronavirus dramatically drop.

International racehorses Young Rascal (left) and Addeybb take part in trackwork at Canterbury Park Racecourse in Sydney, Tuesday, April 7, 2020. The pair trained by English trainer William Haggas will be racing in the Sydney Cup and Queen Elizabeth Stakes respectively, this Saturday during The Championships Day 2 at Royal Randwick Racecourse. (AAP Image/Dan Himbrechts) NO ARCHIVING

English raider in box seat to steal Queen’s ransom

English trainer William Haggas has sounded an ominous warning from the other side of the world.

AFL Rd 1 - Essendon v Fremantle

AFL

AFL players will support hubs, Worsfold says

Essendon coach John Worsfold has thrown his support behind the AFL’s controversial quarantine hub option.

Hawthorn player Chad Wingard is seen at Waverley Park in Melbourne, Friday, October 19, 2018. (AAP Image/Julian Smith) NO ARCHIVING

Wingard: ‘I owe the Hawks more’

Chad Wingard is already thinking about the first day back at Hawthorn, just three weeks into the unprecedented AFL blackout due to the coronavirus.

McKenna plans Gaelic football return

Essendon’s Conor McKenna says he plans to leave the AFL and return home to Ireland “in the next few years” in a bid to win Gaelic football titles with County Tyrone.

Chopped Bulldogs prepare fightback

Former Canterbury duo Jayden Okunbor and Corey Harawira-Naera are appealing their indefinite NRL ban.

Gatland wants Lions-All Blacks ‘decider’

British and Irish Lions coach Warren Gatland has proposed a series “decider” between the All Blacks and his composite team when the coronavirus crisis is over.

Commentary

Proof the world has gone mad

It is one thing to be debating the future of Todd Greenberg but to suggest Phil Gould or Wayne Bennett could become CEO borders on the insane.

Brent Read Senior Sports Writer

Now not the time to drop axe on chief

Rugby Australia has more important things to be worrying about than whether Raelene Castle or Phil Kearns would do a better job as CEO.

Wayne Smith Senior Sport Writer

Footy in peril? Perish the thought

Footy will survive this crisis because it will endure as long as people want to play it.

Andrew Faulkner Reporter

A WEEK AT A TIME

NSW v Rest of Australia? It’s been Don before

It’s not the first time a crisis has forced sports administrators to get creative. And in 1940, things were far more desperate...

Simon McLoughlin Deputy Sports Editor

Why I knocked back St George

Rugby union is the sport I’ve become known for but not many know how close I came to playing rugby league for St George.

Mark Ella Columnist

League tackles some bizarre ideas

From a season-restarting Origin series to a best-of-three grand final series, the mad ideas won’t stop in coming weeks.

Brent Read Senior Sports Writer

NRL

ARLC Chairman Peter V'landys speaks to the media in Sydney, Sunday, March 15, 2020. (AAP Image/Joel Carrett) NO ARCHIVING

LANDMARK MEETINGS

NRL confirms season restart date

The NRL season is planned to restart almost 10 weeks after it was suspended due to the coronavirus pandemic.

NRL Suspends Season Due To Coronavirus Crisis

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Nine ups pressure on Greenberg

The Nine Network has upped the ante in their simmering dispute with the NRL as its boss fights to save his job.

NRL

NRL issues ambitious May day call

THE BEST OF THE BEST: James Tedesco of the NSW Blues took out the Wally Lewis Medal for his unstoppable efforts in this years Origin Series.

May 21 has become the NRL’s ambitious target for a return to action as they watch the infection rate of coronavirus dramatically drop.

Warriors wary of leaving families

Warriors coach Stephen Kearney and CEO Cameron George

The Warriors are collectively putting on a brave face but there is no denying some players have reservations about leaving their families.

AFL

Fremantle captain Nat Fyfe pictured surfing in Margaret River amid the coronavirus border shutdown. Credit: Credit: ABC South West

VIRUS LOCKDOWN

AFL star cleared over surf stop

Dual Brownlow medallist Nat Fyfe will not be fined for surfing far from home during WA’s regional border lockdowns.

Hawthorn v St Kilda. MCG. Sam Gilbert chases the loose footy

Sam Gilbert handed drugs ban

Former St Kilda player Sam Gilbert has accepted a two-year suspension for an anti-doping violation.

McKenna plans Gaelic football return

Essendon Bombers Training Session

Essendon’s Conor McKenna says he plans to leave the AFL and return home to Ireland “in the next few years” in a bid to win Gaelic football titles with County Tyrone.

AFL

AFL players will support hubs, Worsfold says

AFL Rd 1 - Essendon v Fremantle

Essendon coach John Worsfold has thrown his support behind the AFL’s controversial quarantine hub option.

Rugby Union

Chief Executive Officer of Rugby Australia Raelene Castle is seen during an official welcome to incoming Qantas Wallabies Head Coach, Dave Rennie at Rugby Australia headquarters in Sydney, Tuesday, January 21, 2020. (AAP Image/Bianca De Marchi) NO ARCHIVING

RUGBY

Stand down threat for players in pay dispute

Rugby Australia have asked their 192 professional players to take around a 65 per cent pay cut.

APAC Sports Pictures of the Week - 2020, March 2

EXCLUSIVE

Rugby players offer to take 40 per cent pay cut

The Rugby Union Players Association have responded to Rugby Australia’s plea for help to save the code.

Gatland wants Lions-All Blacks ‘decider’

New Zealand's No 8 Kieran Read (L) and British and Irish Lions blindside flanker Sam Warburton (R) hold up the trophy after the drawn test series following the third rugby union Test match between the British and Irish Lions and New Zealand All Blacks at Eden Park in Auckland on July 8, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / PETER PARKS

British and Irish Lions coach Warren Gatland has proposed a series “decider” between the All Blacks and his composite team when the coronavirus crisis is over.

Analysis

What really killed Super Rugby

Michael Hooper of the Waratahs reacts during the Round 7 Super Rugby match between the ACT Brumbies and the Waratahs at GIO Stadium in Canberra, Friday, March 15, 2020. (AAP Image/Lukas Coch) NO ARCHIVING, EDITORIAL USE ONLY

The world’s most demanding football competition is dead. The weapon that killed it may be the last one fans suspect.

Football

FIFA 2022 World Cup Bid In Doha

Qatar, Russia deny bribe allegation

The organisers of the 2022 World Cup in Qatar have strongly denied allegations that bribes were paid to secure votes for the hosting rights to the tournament.

(FILES) In this file photo taken on November 26, 2019 Manchester City's English defender Kyle Walker gestures during the UEFA Champions League football Group C match between Manchester City and Shakhtar Donetsk at the Etihad Stadium in Manchester, north west England. - Kyle Walker is facing disciplinary action from Manchester City despite apologising after breaching coronavirus lockdown conditions even though he advised people to stay at home. (Photo by Oli SCARFF / AFP)

England player sorry for ’sex party’

Kyle Walker is facing disciplinary action from Manchester City after reportedly breaking coronavirus lockdown conditions by hosting a “sex party”.

Viduka’s AC Milan switch blocked

Socceroos great Mark Viduka has revealed how he almost joined AC Milan during his exceptional run of form with Leeds United.

‘Sulking’ Neill undermined Viduka

Australia win their World Cup Qualifier with Uraguay at Sydney Olympic Stadium. 16/11/05. Mark Viduka embraces team mate Lucas Neill

Mark Viduka felt a “sulking” Lucas Neill tried to undermine him throughout Australia’s disastrous 2007 Asian Cup campaign.

Sport Editor

Wally Mason has been a journalist for over 35 years. He grew up playing cricket and rugby league, but these days his sporting interests are much wider – reflecting the broad spectrum of sports covered by The Australian.

Sport Editor

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