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The game’s key broadcasters have asked the NRL for a plan for how the year could pan out.

Coaches told to register for dole

Coaches with AFL clubs have been told to apply for Centrelink payments or pick up a job as a manual labourer.

Japanese Government And IOC Agree To Postpone Olympic Games

IOC in talks over 2021 slot for Tokyo Games

The IOC is working with sports bodies to arrange a July-August window for the postponed Tokyo Olympics in 2021

2019 Cox Plate Day

Negative tests a green light for racing

With jockey Mark Zahra’s COVID-19 test proving negative, Sydney’s showpiece autumn carnival will continue on Saturday.

Australian cricket coach Justin Langer speaks to the media during a press conference in Perth, Tuesday, December 10, 2019. (AAP Image/Richard Wainwright) NO ARCHIVING

Time off, like team spirit, is ‘nirvana’

Justin Langer says the COVID-19 crisis isn’t cricket’s end of days, it’s more like nirvana.

David Fifita (left) gets past Andrew McCullough (right) during Brisbane Broncos training session at Clive Berghofer Field in Brisbane, Wednesday, March 11, 2020. The Broncos are playing the North Queensland Cowboys in their round 1 NRL match. (AAP Image/Darren England) NO ARCHIVING

Fifita, Frizell among those stuck in limbo

The NRL has officially put player contracts on hold, leaving some of the game’s biggest names in limbo.

NRL Judiciary Hearing

Richardson quits Rabbitohs

Shane Richardson has stepped down as South Sydney head of football to help the club through the current climate.

New Flames owners to shake up WNBL

The new boss of the Sydney Uni Flames plans to shake up the WNBL after placing them alongside the Kings in his basketball stable.

Axe hovers over Wimbledon 2020

Wimbledon officials are the latest sporting body to announce they are considering cancelling their 2020 championships.

AOC to roll over sponsor contracts

The AOC will keep the $70m it has raised for the Tokyo Olympics but will roll over the contracts with its corporate backers.

Commentary

Change is inevitable for rugby

Rugby in Australia will learn the harsh lesson of survival of the fittest in this crisis.

Alan Jones Radio broadcaster

Friday on my mind lost to sombre reality

This is what would have happened under normal circumstances.

Will Swanton Sport Reporter

Olympics

Finally, the IOC gets there is a time and a place for sport

What took them so long? It had been inevitable for days, maybe weeks, that the Tokyo Olympics would have to be put back for reasons almost too obvious to list.

Matt Dickinson

Athletes get some relief

Australia’s Olympic athletes finally have been given a probable answer on the fate of the Tokyo Games.

Wayne Smith Senior Sport Writer

It’s a Mad Monday like we’ve never seen

The AOC finally bowed to something. The inevitable. Eventually, begrudgingly, commendably … so did the NRL.

Will Swanton Sport Reporter

Sport takes a back seat

Olympic athletes across the world who complain that they cannot train for the Games have their priorities misplaced.

Will Swanton Sport Reporter

NRL

Sandor Earl and Will Chambers of the Storm are seen training at Goschs Paddock in Melbourne, Thursday, March 26, 2020. The NRL has been postponed because of the coronavirus pandemic. (AAP Image/Michael Dodge) NO ARCHIVING

Show us the plan, say networks

The game’s key broadcasters have asked the NRL for a plan for how the year could pan out.

NRL Judiciary Hearing

Richardson quits Rabbitohs

Shane Richardson has stepped down as South Sydney head of football to help the club through the current climate.

Fifita, Frizell among those stuck in limbo

David Fifita (left) gets past Andrew McCullough (right) during Brisbane Broncos training session at Clive Berghofer Field in Brisbane, Wednesday, March 11, 2020. The Broncos are playing the North Queensland Cowboys in their round 1 NRL match. (AAP Image/Darren England) NO ARCHIVING

The NRL has officially put player contracts on hold, leaving some of the game’s biggest names in limbo.

NRL

League big names face 80 per cent pay cuts

David Fifita of the Broncos celebrates winning the round two NRL match between the Brisbane Broncos and South Sydney Rabbitohs at Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane, Friday, March 20, 2020. (AAP Image/Darren England) NO ARCHIVING, EDITORIAL USE ONLY

Many NRL players are in limbo after clubs were told by head office to put all contract talks on hold.

AFL

VFL: Northern Blues v Frankston

Coaches told to register for dole

Coaches with AFL clubs have been told to apply for Centrelink payments or pick up a job as a manual labourer.

2020 Marsh Community Series - Geelong v Essendon

Past and present erupt in pay war

The AFL’s fight to survive the coronavirus crisis continues on several fronts, with a war of words between modern-day players and former greats opening up.

AFL

AFL players fire back on wage cuts

2020 Marsh Community Series - Geelong v Essendon

The AFL wants to cut wages by far more than the 50 per cent that was agreed to, players claim.

Footy won’t be bailed out by TV

Steeden rugby league balls seen during a South Sydney Rabbitohs training session at Redfern Oval in Sydney, Wednesday, March 20, 2019. (AAP Image/Joel Carrett) NO ARCHIVING

Struggling sporting codes won’t be bailed out by broadcasters if hundreds of millions of dollars of sporting rights are not paid.

Rugby Union

Auckland Blues Train In Isolation Due To Coronavirus Lockdown

Change is inevitable for rugby

Rugby in Australia will learn the harsh lesson of survival of the fittest in this crisis.

Qantas Wallabies Captain's Run at Oita Stadium, Oita Prefecture, Japan, prior to the Rugby World Cup quarter final against England at the same venue. David Pocock, head coach Michael Cheika, Michael Hooper. Photo: Rugby AU Media/Stuart Walmsley

EXCLUSIVE

Cheika breaks his silence

In first interview since exiting Wallabies, Michael Cheika reveals what’s hurting the game.

RA comes to grips with grim prospect

Rugby Australia Coronavirus Response Press Conference

Rugby players and staff are bracing for pay cuts and job losses amid the coronavirus crisis and its devastating economic fallout.

Rugby postpones domestic comp

Rugby Australia Coronavirus Response Press Conference

Rugby Australia has postponed the domestic competition it’s planning to replace Super Rugby

Football

A-League Rd 22 - Central Coast v Wellington

A-League player’s drunken joyride during lockdown

An A-League football club is in disgrace after two players broke their coronavirus quarantine, took a golf buggy and allegedly drove shirtless on a busy Sydney road while drunk.

A-League Rd 24 - Western Sydney v Sydney

A-League clubs look to stand staff down

The first A-League casualties of the COVID-19 crisis could emerge as soon as Thursday.

A-League faces $60m hit as last code to fall

Dimi Petratos of the Jets contests the ball with Nathaniel Atkinson of Melbourne City during the Round 26 A-League match between the Newcastle Jets and the Melbourne City at McDonald Jones Stadium in Newcastle, Monday, March 23, 2020. (AAP Image/Darren Pateman) NO ARCHIVING, EDITORIAL USE ONLY

Football Federation Australia could be hit by Fox Sports walking away from its $60m deal or be forced into accepting a less lucrative contract.

FOOTBALL

A-League falls to virus

Football Federation Australia (FFA) Chief Executive Officer James Johnson speaks to the media during a press conference in Sydney, Tuesday, March 24, 2020. (AAP Image/Joel Carrett) NO ARCHIVING

The last major domino in the Australian sporting landscape has fallen, with the final rounds of the football season postponed.

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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