Quote of the Day

"This has not been comfortable for anybody, we need to respect there is some human pain in all this for everybody."
-- FA Women's Football Head Sue Campbell, on the firing of England women's manager Greg Sampson. (PA, 9/23)
Monday September 25, 2017 Vol. 6 — No. 73 Print This Issue

Top Stories

  • Betting On The Races

    Night horse racing will be introduced on the Gold Coast and two greyhound tracks will be opened in a A$200M ($158M) "plan to stimulate the industry," according to Daryl Passmore of the COURIER MAIL. An infrastructure plan, released by Racing Queensland, "sets out how the biggest cash injection for the sport in the state’s history will be spent." Priority projects for the next two years "include a top-class lighting system for the Gold Coast Turf Club that will enable night-time events, seen as a big drawcard for locals and tourists."

  • Starring Roles

    ManU players plug Kingsman movie as part of deal with 20th Century Fox.

  • From The Ashes

    Cricket Australia rolls out ad campaign to back Women's Ashes.

  • Second City

    Chicago tapped to host second Laver Cup tournament next year.

  • Under Pressure

    Six Nations execs scramble to land new title sponsor.

  • Hard Times

    McLaren's on-track woes hit F1 team's bottom line.

  • Second Fiddle

    New Zealand sportswomen not getting equal treatment from media.

  • No Sale

    Sale Sharks rejected on "audacious" attemps to sign Sonny Bill Williams.

  • Heading To Court?

    Former England women's coach explores legal action over sacking.

  • Smoothed Over

    French Olympic chief downplays possibility of PyeongChang boycott.

  • Making Plans

    Liverpool seeks council OK to upgrade Kenny Dalglish Stand.

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