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3AW's John Burns at centre of Houli storm

Melbourne radio announcer John Burns is the media personality at the centre of vilification claims involving Richmond's Bachar Houli.

Mogg still harbours Wallabies ambition

Brumbies fullback Jesse Mogg says he's probably left his run for a Wallabies World Cup berth too late, but would still love to play for Australia.

Bird shaping as Origin star of the future

Six weeks ago Cronulla young gun Jack Bird was questioning whether he was up to NRL standard and now he is preparing to press his Origin claims.

Roos call-up stalls Myles' NRL talks

Nate Myles says a surprise Kangaroos call-up for Friday night's trans-Tasman Test has stalled talks he had scheduled this wth NRL clubs.

AFL flags review on coach security

The AFL has flagged a review of coach security outside venues following Hawthorn coach Alastair Clarkson's clash with a drunk Port Adelaide fan.

Pies, Bomber fined for Anzac Day melee

The match review panel has fined six players after assessing round four AFL action with four of those involved in the same incident at the MCG.

Chelsea won't humiliate Sydney FC: Barlow

Sydney will take on EPL title favourites Chelsea on June 2 and Sydney chairman Scott Barlow says he's confident the A-League side won't be humiliated.

Waratahs plan to thwart Brumbies maul

NSW Waratahs are conscious of the potential threat posed by the Brumbies rolling maul in Friday's big Super Rugby showdown in Canberra.

Pacquiao a national symbol of hope in Philippines

Manila (AFP) - Emmanuel "Manny" Pacquiao is idolised by tens of millions in the poverty-afflicted Philippines both for his punching power and as a national icon of hope after rising from the streets to the pinnacle of world boxing.

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