Canterbury’s new naming rights sponsor is keen on seeing Sonny Bill Williams back in a Bulldogs jersey for next season.
Williams will play the remainder of this season for the Roosters after the Toronto Wolfpack decided to withdraw from the remainder of the Super League. It is thought that he would never again play for a different NRL team, due to his tight relationship with Nick Politis.
A Bulldogs reunion would be extraordinary, given Williams’ bombshell departure to French rugby in 2008, wh…
Massive Crow blow: Stand-in skipper Tom Doedee set to miss the season – AFL
Adelaide’s disastrous season has suffered yet another huge blow
ADELAIDE’S disastrous season has suffered yet another blow, with stand-in captain Tom Doedee ruled out for the remainder of the campaign due to a hamstring injury.
Doedee had been one of few shining lights so far this year for the winless Crows, taking the reins as captain in the absence of the injured Rory Sloane, but sustained the unfortunate injury in Tuesday night’s loss to the Magpies.
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It continues a wretched injury run for the 23-year-old defender…
Wout van Aert nabs stage 1 of the Critérium du Dauphiné: Daily News Digest – CyclingTips
(Want the Daily News Digest delivered directly to your inbox? Here’s the sign-up.) Hello again, CyclingTips readers. A flurry of bike racing news stories
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A flurry of bike racing news stories on Wednesday emphasized that we are really in the thick of the resumed racing season now.
Stage 1 of the Critérium du Dauphiné delivered just the exciting finale so many were looking for on Wednesday as Wout van Aert stormed to victory and the race lead. In other Jumbo-Visma news, George Bennett picked up yet another win for the team in Italy…
Neymar’s early misses do not cost Paris Saint-Germain against Atalanta, thanks to two late goals in Champions League – ABC News
Paris Saint-Germain is through to the Champions League semi-finals after breaking Atalanta’s hearts with goals in the 90th and 93rd minutes to secure the 2-1 win, despite Neymar missing two sitters in the first half.
Paris Saint-Germain staged a superb comeback by scoring two late goals to beat Atalanta 2-1 and book a spot in the Champions League semi-finals despite early misses from superstar Neymar.
- Neymar was one-on-one with Atalanta goalkeeper in the third minute but sprayed wide
- Atalanta held the lead for most of the game after scoring in the 27th minute
- Marquinhos scored in the 90th minute and Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting netted in stoppage time to give PSG the win
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