The 10 biggest decisions over the past 10 years

But the women’s league is on a long march. It has changed the way the clubs imagine themselves, given girls a pathway and buttressed the sport in its contest with soccer. It is a genuine two-gender game today. AFLW players ahead of a season launch two years ago.Credit:Joe Armao 2. The shape of expansion: Gold Coast and GWS The decision to introduce Gold Coast and GWS as the 17th and 18th clubs was made before 2010, but it was the specific DNA of these new teams that took shape in…

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KAK has been accused of ‘slut-shaming’ a female guest on Studio 10

On Friday morning, 10 daily Senior Reporter Antoinette Latouff appeared on the morning show for a segment on “Millennial Speak” during which the panellists debated whether words such as “woke” and “salty” should be added to the dictionary. New words and phrases are constantly entering our daily vocabulary, without us even noticing. Should these new words be… Posted by Studio 10 on Thursday, 12 December 2019 Towards the end of the segment, Kennerley was explaining that she prefers calling people directly on the phone rather than texting when she suddenly looked…

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The 10 biggest decisions over the past 10 years

But the women’s league is on a long march. It has changed the way the clubs imagine themselves, given girls a pathway and buttressed the sport in its contest with soccer. It is a genuine two-gender game today. AFLW players ahead of a season launch two years ago.Credit:Joe Armao 2. The shape of expansion: Gold Coast and GWS The decision to introduce Gold Coast and GWS as the 17th and 18th clubs was made before 2010, but it was the specific DNA of these new teams that took shape in…

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Patrick Reed’s caddie Kessler Karain confronts fan after three days of taunts at Royal Melbourne

“I respect the Tour’s decision,” Reed said in a statement. “We are all focused on winning the Presidents Cup [on Sunday].” Captain America’s teammates chipped away at the International side’s margin with an improved foursomes display despite International stars Marc Leishman and Abraham Ancer engineering one of the great Presidents Cup escapes. The pair won five of the last eight holes – including the last three – to halve their match with world No.4 Justin Thomas and Rickie Fowler. “Walking to that 18th tee there felt like the Tour de…

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Marc Leishman and Abraham Ancer come back from the dead for Internationals against US

“Walking to that 18th tee there felt like the Tour de France, everyone screaming,” Leishman said. “We were talking about [a comeback]; that we could do it whether we believed it or not … I don’t know. Raucous fans cheer on Marc Leishman at Royal Melbourne on Saturday.Credit:AAP “We did it for the crowd. They were awesome out there. That’s something I’ll remember forever, just people basically screaming and high-fiving and we were still one-down. I felt like we were about four-up. It felt like a lot more than a…

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Sydney FC brush aside Central Coast Mariners to continue title charge

On the eve of this match, Steve Corica was flattered to have this Sydney FC team compared to the club’s record-breaking 2017 side. After overseeing yet another football clinic with a dominant 1-0 win over Central Coast Mariners at home, it won’t be long before Sydney FC’s coach will be compared with the likes of Graham Arnold, Kevin Muscat and Ange Postecoglou. Of all the Mariners’ 12 defeats to Sydney FC over the past five years, this was their most noble. Yet just like those 11 others, they still never…

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Inter Dominion dream team prove unstoppable again

“He is just a super little horse. He was tired tonight and deserved to be after what he has done in this series,” Rasmussen said. “When he needed to, he knuckled down and was too strong. “I knew a couple of them had had a soft runs behind me but he wasn’t going to get beaten. “It is pretty satisfying to get another win other than Blacks A Fake. He was a big part of my life but this has become a bigger part of life.” Ultimate Sniper outlasted Mach…

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50 Cent and Russell Simmons are angry at Oprah over her new doco

Hip-hop artist 50 Cent took to Instagram yesterday, writing, “I don’t understand why Oprah is going after black men,” along with a photo of Winfrey and Russell Simmons — the latter of whom was accused of sexual misconduct in 2017. Simmons, a 62-year-old music mogul, has denied the allegations. “No Harvey Weinstein, No Epstein, just Micheal [sic] jackson and Russell Simmons this s**t is sad,” wrote 50 Cent. Rapper / actor 50 Cent has hit out at Oprah. Picture: Paul Archuleta/Getty ImagesSource:Getty Images Winfrey and Impact Partners have joined forces…

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Tiger Woods slams drunk Australian fans for ‘over the top’ heckling of US player Patrick Reed, after caddie banned for fight with fan

“Have people said things that have been over the top? Yes,” Woods said. “I’ve heard it. I’ve been in the groups playing when it has happened, and I’ve been inside the ropes as a captain [on Saturday] witnessing it. “There’s obviously some yelling. There’s people who have had a lot to drink and have gone over the top. Bipartisanship is part of playing in team matches, whether you’re home or on the road; it’s part of the deal. US playing captain Tiger Woods has asked for respect from the fans…

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New Aussie mystery goes back to the goldfields

Cooper has a knack for storing overheard passing conversations and morsels of local lore, then spinning them into captivating, intricate historical novels. Her first novel, The Horse Thief, was inspired by an argument between punters who were scrapping over whether Archer was the first winner of the Melbourne Cup in 1861. And she says of a key character in new release, The Girl in the Painting, “I’m sure I’ve followed her down Maitland high street a few times!” Maitland is in NSW’s Hunter Region, where the nine-time author has made…

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