Grant gets called up for Fusion team

REPRESENTATIVE HONOURS: Shenae Grant, who was named on the Queensland Fusion team on Tuesday.

Shenae Grant has been selected for the Queensland Fusion team.

Kicking off 2017 season

Central Highland's Kevin Bartley.

Emerald's Kevin Bartley has signed up as coach for the 2017 season.

From TV to dream come true

Tess Cooper in the WBBL uniform.

Tess Cooper named in WBBL Brisbane Heat squad.

Blackwater's Clinton Savage gains selection

Clinton Savage and Brian Kerle.

Clinton Savage is off to the Brian Kerle Basketball Academy.

Movember and cricket

The CH cricketers who grew a mo for Movember.

Fun, cricket and Movember were celebrated in Rolleston last weekend.

Owens voted clear medallion winner

HUMBLE PLAYER: Jared Owens receiving his award for Central Highlands Player of the Year.

The best of the CHRL has been recognised at its presentation day.

Gymnastics club honours late coach

IN MEMORY: Grant Onions Memorial Trophy recipient Annabelle Kerle with Jenny and Mick Onions and club president Michael Fehlhaber.

Emerald club pays tribute to Grant Onions.

Forgotten spinner disappointed by selectors' snub

Jon Holland has taken a swipe at Cricket Australia selectors and hierarchy for "no communication” in regards to his omission from the Test squad.

Powerhouse prop commits to Roosters

Dylan Napa of the Roosters is tackled by Paul Gallen (right) and Matt Prior of the Sharks last season.

Firebrand front-rower Dylan Napa agrees to a two-year extension.

Below-par Djokovic sees off Verdasco

Novak Djokovic (left) of Serbia thanks Fernando Verdasco of Spain after their first-round match at the Australian Open.

No.2 seed had 24 winners against 34 unforced errors.

Johnathan Thurston to quit Origin, Test footy for Cowboys

Johnathan Thurston

Dally M Medal winner keen to show loyalty to North Queensland club

Tomic wants to serve up another win

Bernard Tomic of Australia reacts after winning against Thomaz Bellucci of Brazil during the Round 1 of the Mens Singles on Margaret Court Arena during the Australian Open, in Melbourne, Australia Monday, Jan. 16, 2017. (AAP Image/Lukas Coch) NO ARCHIVING, EDITORIAL USE ONLY

Aussie ready for tough match with Victor Estrella Burgos.

Stosur's losing streak goes on in Open fadeout

Australian Samantha Stosur shows her emotions during her loss to Heather Watson of Great Britain in round one of the Australian Open.

Aussie's summer of discontent has continued with a three-set loss.

Raonic and Nadal breeze through

Canada's Milos Raonic takes a break during his match with Germany's Dustin Brown.

Canadian third seed has shown why he is tipped as a possible winner.

Porte feeling positive about Tour success

Australia's Richie Porte rides during the 18th stage of the 2016 Tour de France.

Aussie has paid his dues and knows 2017 could be his time.

WATCH: Knowles talks hockey, family, career and the future

Mark Knowles in Rockhampton.

Knowles sets sights on Commonwealth Games on Gold Coast in 2018

Year in review: Leicester shows fairytales can come true

Leicester City's Wes Morgan (centre) celebrates with teammates after a win in the English Premier League.

Phil Dillon looks back at 2016 in the beautiful game.

Year in review: Rio gold shades Bledisloe wipeout

Kieran Read of New Zealand with the Bledisloe Cup after winning the Bledisloe Cup.

Rugby was about more than just rucks and mauls in 2016.

Year in review: Palmer leaves a lasting legacy

Rory McIlroy reacts after sinking a putt on the fourth hole of a play-off to win the Tour Championship and with it the FedEx Cup.

One of golf's greats was farewelled in 2016, writes Phil Dillon.

Year in review: Triumph trumps tragedy in AFL

Bulldogs players pose with the Premiership Cup after winning the 2016 Toyota AFL Grand Final

Bulldogs proved fairytales can come true in 2016

Video assistants must help our referees

POINTED CRITICISM: Melbourne Victory striker Besart Berisha gestures to the video screen after being shown a red card by referee Chris Beath against the Brisbane Roar at AAMI Park on Friday night.

The A-League will be trialling a video referee in round 25.

Gloves off as NRL stinks of double standards

Chris Sandow is to face court over his New Year's Day stoush.

Sandow is due to appear in court today

Brosque worthy of Socceroos recall

Alex Brosque of Sydney FC gestures after being sent off against Brisbane.

Sydney star could play for country for the first time since 2013.

Burning new year issues NRL coaches must resolve

Brisbane Broncos coach Wayne Bennett.

These might be the resolutions of the 16 NRL coaches.

Dave looks Taylor-made for Green Machine role

David Taylor is the right man for Canberra, says Tony Durkin.

Ricky Stuart did outstanding job with Raiders.

Titans star happy to re-sign for club

Gold Coast Titans player Ryan James (centre) takes issue with Broncos captain Corey Parker (right) during their round five NRL match last year.

Ryan James agrees a new long-term deal with the Gold Coast.

Roberts in nightclub hair-pulling allegations

James Roberts during a Brisbane Broncos training session.

NRL officials and Brisbane are investigating claims against Bronco.

Raiders disappointed by Papalii drink-driving charge

Josh Papalii of the Canberra Raiders.

The 24-year-old back-rower was pulled over in Canberra.

Cronk not motivated by grand final defeat

Cooper Cronk of the Storm during the NRL grand final against Cronulla.

Storm star says there's no point dwelling on the past.

Titans want Hayne to strip off wasted NFL weight

NEW LOOK: Titans coach Neil Henry wants Jarryd Hayne to lose the weight he put on while playing NFL.

Titans coach Neil Henry wants a leaner Jarryd Hayne in 2017

Sandow fined, to become anti-violence spokesman

FINED: Former NRL player Chris Sandow outside Murgon Magistrates Court on Tuesday.

Chris Sandow fined $300 over New Year's Day brawl

Tania Hird pleas for privacy for husband James

Tania Hird leaves the family Toorak home with her children while James Hird is recovering at a facility after a suspected drug overdose.

James Hird's wife has asked for privacy in the wake of the incident

Returning Fyfe impresses in Dockers' time trial

Fremantle Dockers superstar Nat Fyfe.

On-baller produced a strong result in year's first training session.

Taylor: 'It's just about wins for me'

Lewis Taylor of the Brisbane Lions.

Brisbane midfielder is hoping to return to top form.

Van Gaal ends coaching career

Former Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal.

Former Man United manager has called time on his coaching days.

FAMILY HEARTACHE: Community rallies as Angela faces final days

Rockhampton's Blair and Angela Grice and their young family.

Football clubs come together in harshest of times

Popovic slams officials after derby draw

Wanderers goalkeeper Vedran Janjetovic dives on the ball ahead of Sydney's David Carney.

The 14th Sydney derby was one that neither side deserved to win.

Costa absence no problem for Chelsea

Chelsea's Marcos Alonso (centre) celebrates scoring his second goal during the English Premier League match against Leicester City at the King Power Stadium.

Blues recorded a 3-0 win at Leicester City.

Pochettino hopes Spurs learn well

Tottenham's Dele Alli (right) celebrates with teammate Eric Dier after scoring a goal against Chelsea.

Tottenham preparing to face a stubborn West Brom at White Hart Lane.

Phoenix faces big week to save season

Andrew Durante of the Wellington Phoenix clears the ball.

Eight-day stretch could make or break Wellington's season.

Freak bat accident rules Nevill out of BBL

Jono Dean of the Adelaide Strikers checks on Peter Nevill of the Melbourne Renegades after he was hit in the head by a loose bat.

The dumped Test player was felled by a bat while wicketkeeping.

Slow and steady winning the race in BBL

Fawad Ahmed in action for the Sydney Thunder.

Tweakers have proven to be the foundation of any good T20 attack.

How park cricket helped Maxwell find his mojo

Australian batsman Glenn Maxwell during the one-day international against Pakistan at the Gabba.

All-rounder a likely insertion as the new Test No.6 batsman.

Winners and losers from the squad to tour India

Australia's Shaun Marsh (left) with brother Mitchell in the first Test against South Africa in November.

Australia has named the 16 men it hopes can defeat the mighty India.

Shock defeat leaves Heat searching for wins

Rachel Priest plays a shot for the Melbourne Renegades.

Brisbane needs to win at least one of its final two games.

'I was trying to bat like someone I am not'

Mitchell Marsh bats in the nets during an Australian team training session.

Former Aussie No.6 says he now knows how to get the runs.

Former Diamonds World Cup winner to play for England

Former Australian player Chelsea Locke has switched allegiances and is set to play for England in next month's quad netball series.

Army training pushes Firebirds to their limits

Queensland Firebirds leader Gabi Simpson.

Military-style training camp has team steeled.

Firebirds happy to 'fly under the radar'

The Queensland Firebirds, including Caitlyn Nevins (second from left), have signed Lorna Jane as their major sponsor.

Wing attack Caitlyn Nevins heaps the pressure on new rival.

Netball competition gets a name

Caitlin Bassett, right, will be one of the stars of the newly named Super Netball competition.

Australia's new-look netball league will be called Super Netball.

Pettitt to return to Diamonds after three-year absence

Sharni Layton of the Diamonds competes for the ball with Bailey Mes of the Silver Ferns during the Constellation Cup netball series last month.

Coach names squad of 12 for Quad Series in South Africa and England.

Lightning to face acid test first up

PRIMED: Geva Mentor is itching to play for the Sunshine Coast Lightning.

First round of National Netball League has been revealed

Tough defence helps Diamonds finish series with a win

Australia celebrates its series defeat of New Zealand during game four of the Constellation Cup netball series.

Aussies edge Silver Ferns 49-45 in Invercargill.

Veteran jockey secures emotional Magic Millions win

Houtzen has rocketed to the top of Golden Slipper betting charts.

German galloper makes it four from from

Trainer Darren Weir.

Plein Ciel could be Hobart Cup-bound.

Easy win lifts Houtzen to Millions favouritism

Trainer Chris Waller.

Stage is set for an intriguing showdown next week.

Payne hoping to find Cup winner for women's syndicate

Michelle Payne after riding Prince Of Penzance to victory in the 2015 Melbourne Cup.

Melbourne Cup-winning jockey will train for a women-only syndicate.

McDonald's ban costs him $1m-a-year job

James McDonald reacts after riding Hartnell to victory in the Turnbull Stakes at Flemington in October.

Kiwi was disqualified for 18 months for illegal betting.

Jockey banned for 18 months for illegal betting

Jockey James McDonald has copped an 18-month ban.

James McDonald pleaded guilty to placing a bet on one of his mounts.

Year in review: All eyes turned to Winx

Hugh Bowman celebrates after riding Winx to victory in the Cox Plate.

Wonder mare tops racing's highlights reel.

McIlroy forced out with rib problem

Northern Irishman out of this week's Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship.

Thomas cards 59 to join exclusive club

EXCLUSIVE CLUB: Justin Thomas became the youngest golfer to break 60 on the US PGA Tour.

American Justin Thomas breaks 60 in Hawaii

LISTEN: 'I was ready to win at that point'

IN ACTION: Charlie Dann at the Australian Master of the Amateurs in Melbourne.

Charlie Dann wins biggest title of his golfing career.

Woods says Trump can belt a golf ball

Tiger Woods lines up a putt.

Duo played at the Trump International Golf Club in Florida.