Punters accuse Ricky Nixon of posting $1 Melbourne Cup bet

Former AFL player agent Ricky Nixon angered punters after posting a winning Melbourne Cup ticket on Facebook with the outlay and winnings missing.

Nixon claimed he placed the bet on the wrong horse for girlfriend Tahlia McNamara, and realised shortly after the race that it was actually a winning ticket. 

Giant Cameron fit for finals after fighting flu


Cameron jokingly warned the Sydney media pack to keep their distance on Tuesday, and there's no guarantee he would have taken the field had the Giants' first ever final been played last week.

The Giants' 22 that beat North Melbourne in round 23 trained solidly late last week and had a light run on Saturday morning, but the club's four-time leading goalkicker was nowhere to be seen.

Versatile Giant making it count down back

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Police to be on full alert during Parliament session

Commander for NCD and Central Province, Sylvester Kalaut has assured the general public that police will not tolerate any mischievousness from the public during or after the Parliament sitting tomorrow.

Masiu sworn-in as MP by Speaker of Parliament

Papua New Guinean youth on the road for an AFL contract

The young lad from Hoskins, West New Britain, settled in Australia 3 years ago to chase his AFL dream, which is now at hand.

Jay Jay grew up in Port Moresby in Papua New Guinea as an only child. 

Being away from his family is hard for the cheeky and incredibly smiley Jay Jay, but he takes it all in his stride.

Despite being terrified of all the snakes and spiders, Jay Jay has settled in well to an Australian way of life.

Brad Scott fined $30,000 by AFL for accusing umpires of bias

In the immediate aftermath of North Melbourne's nine-point loss to Hawthorn, Scott claimed he had been told an on-field umpire made the remark after a crucial non-decision went against the Kangaroos,but an investigation on Saturday morning proved the claims to be false.

Adam Goodes remembered as one of Sydney Swans' greatest

Goodes 35, made a low-key exit from the game he has graced since 1999, announcing his retirement to team-mates in the sheds after Saturday's semi-final home loss to North Melbourne.

He eschewed the fanfare of an emotional public farewell out on the field and the chance to be chaired off the ground, like retiring team-mate Rhyce Shaw.

At the end of an epic career and tumultuous season, Goodes leaves the game having chalked up 372 appearances, the eighth highest tally of all time and the most by an indigenous player.

Koboni thump Giants by 16 goals

Koboni led by Mosquitoes representative Amua Pirika did it easy over last placed Giants handing them a 16.13 (109) to 3.4 (22) scoreline

By the end of the first two quarters, Koboni were leading by 35 points.

In the third quarter Koboni piled on more points through Andrew Lai who also kicked four goals.

Pirika and Sam Ila also shared in the spoils bagging three goals each.

It was humiliation for the Giants at the end of the final quarter.


Gerehu Magpies defeat Defence Hawks in Pom AFL

They defeated Defence Hawks 9:13:67-5:4:34 today at the University of PNG oval as the competition resumed after three weeks.

Magpies took the chance to score three goals and three behinds in the first quarter against Hawks weak defence.