Australian soccer fans have slammed Optus for its English Premier League pricing and lack of availability to non-Optus customers, after the telco released its pricing plan on Wednesday.
CHRIS YOUNG Steph Evens will be out to help Myrtleford smash a five-year losing streak against Albury City this Sunday
Jason Dasey If Harry Redknapp isn't keen on travelling to Australia in his new role for the Central Coast Mariners, it is advisable they look for another consultant.
Michael Lynch Sydney man Tim Oakley spends his work time analysing risk and treasury data, so he should know a good financial opportunity when he sees one.
Allison Worrall A promising young Australian goalkeeper has died in hospital after he was struck by lightning during a training session in Malaysia last month.
Peter FitzSimons Ain't sport grand - even as it throws up characters that would pass for the the Good Samaritan on a good day, and the Devil, on a bad'un?!?!!
Michael Lynch For Archie Thompson this could be the longest of long goodbyes.
Greg Baum The Gold Coast is the Bermuda Triangle of Australian sport.
Dominic Bossi Sydney FC don't fear any test they will come up against in the knock-out stages of the Asian Champions League after topping the continent's group of death.
State League 1 side Goulburn Stags face a David versus Goliath battle after drawing National Premier League leaders Cooma Tigers in the fourth round draw of the FFA Cup qualifiers. The Stags beat Canberra City 2-1 in the third round but will need to improve further to upset the Tigers, who have won four of five games this season. The Capital League clash between White Eagles and Queanbeyan City set to be a potentially cracking clash whilst ANU FC, riding high in the same division, will be optimistc of causing an upset against NPL side Belconnen United after pushing the Blue Devils to the limit last season. FFA Cup round four fixtures: Tuesday, May 10 - Belconnen United v ANU FC; Cooma Tigers v Goulburn Stags; Thursday, May 12 - White Eagles v Queanbeyan City, Tuggeranong United v Monaro Panthers; Tuesday, May 17 - Narrabundah v Canberra FC, Woden-Weston FC v Brindabella Blues; Thursday, May 19 - Canberra Olympic v Gungahlin United; Weston-Molonglo FC v O'Connor Knights.