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“It’s a shocking look”: Jake Carlisle under fire for “stupid” act – SEN

“You just can’t be doing that.”

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St Kilda defender Jake Carlisle has come under fire for appearing to target Sydney co-captain Dane Rampes broken hand during Saturdays match.
The Saints easily beat the Swans by 53 points at the Gabba to jump into third spot on the ladder, but Carlisle is likely to come under scrutiny for attempting to punch Rampes injured right hand.
Rampe played with a protective glove after sustaining the injury during Sydneys win over Hawthorn in Round 8. He had a plate and screws inserted into his right…

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Selectors mull bubble plans for summer – Australian Associated Press

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Pick and stick will take on additional meaning this summer, when COVID-19 protocols will force cricket selectors to make early calls on which fringe players should bypass the BBL and enter Australia’s biosecurity bubble.

Cricket Australia has made India’s tour and the BBL – both responsible for bringing in much-needed broadcast revenue – a priority as it works through a range of contingency plans for men’s cricket in 2020-21.

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A-L could keep crowds despite virus case – Australian Associated Press

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Two A-League games could yet go ahead with crowds despite a positive COVID-19 case attending a match on the weekend.

Spectators at Sunday’s A-League game between Newcastle Jets and Western United have been asked to monitor for symptoms after a man in his 20s who attended the match tested positive for coronavirus.

There are only two regular-season A-League games remaining that could potentially be played in front of crowds – Western Sydney Wanderers’ clash…



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Vaughan admits to breaching NRL bubble – Australian Associated Press

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Paul Vaughan has admitted to breaching the NRL’s bubble by visiting a cafe on Thursday, just hours before St George Illawarra’s clash with Sydney Roosters.

The NSW State of Origin forward admitted to entering a Wollongong cafe for breakfast, a clear breach of the code’s COVID-19 protocols.

It came on the same morning Wayne Bennett admitted to also dining out, which threatens to stop him from coaching South Sydney against Brisbane on Friday night.

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