Newcastle Knights star Kalyn Ponga leads an all-star cast in the latest issue of Australia’s sporting magazine.
As the rugby league world watches on to see where this generation’s brightest talent will settle – fullback or five-eighth – Inside Sport caught up with this impressive young ambassador for a chat about positions, promoting vegetable juice, and playing alongside Mitchell Pearce.
True crime has “Making A Murderer”, but rugby league has “Making A Five-Eighth”. Actually, it’s a mock TV series we put together. Check out our current edition for the full series rundown …
Speaking of superstars, he’s a giant of a man, and his effectiveness can be felt around the ground, but as Robert Drane writes, Max Gawn’s biggest offering to the Melbourne Demons is hope.
Meanwhile, our man in golf Matt Cleary caught up with rising Aussie golf star Cameron Smith. On second thoughts, ditch that: this likeable Aussie isn’t just on his way up, he’s already there.
Super Netball boasts the best players in the world, but our brilliant writer Linda Pearce had to ask: is our domestic league helping Australia’s opposition on the world stage?
The brand-new FIH Pro League is international hockey, but not as we know it. Come with us on a trip around Australia as the Hockeyroos and Kookaburras strut their stuff on the world stage.
As John Davidson reports, Perth Glory's Tony Popovic and Chris Ikonomidis have the A-League's big underachievers primed for long-awaited success.
And there’s plenty more, including our catch up chat with Manly Sea Eagles’ cult hero George Rose for In Hindsight. He’s still filthy at his poorly try-scoring feats in the NRL …