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The 2014-15 Caps Wrap The 2014-15 Caps Wrap

Stay up to date with all things Caps, with this comprehensive guide and one-stop reference, providing a complete wrap of the 2014-15 Washington Capitals season. Read all of the latest scores, match summaries, key performers, statistics and much more! The guide is proudly brought to you by the dedicated staff at The Big Leagues Daily. […]

The Orioles Spring Wrap The Orioles Spring Wrap

Fresh from their most successful season in almost two decades, many eyes of the baseball world will be focused on the Baltimore Orioles this Spring, as they search for the right balance in hope of progressing even deeper into the playoffs this coming season. With the return of Chris Davis, Manny Machado and Matt Wieters – […]

The Rise of Thomas Robinson The Rise of Thomas Robinson

The #5 pick in the 2012 NBA Draft by the Sacramento Kings, Thomas Robinson has spent his first few years bouncing around the league. After being drafted by the Kings he was traded to the Houston Rockets in February of 2013, then in July of 2013 he was traded to the Portland Trailblazers. In February […]

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The Orioles Spring Wrap

Fresh from their most successful season in almost two decades, many eyes of the baseball world will be focused on the Baltimore Orioles this Spring, as they search for the right balance in hope of progressing even deeper into the playoffs this coming season. With the return of Chris Davis, Manny Machado and Matt Wieters – […]

Halfway through, assessing the O’s Spring

The O’s Spring Training campaign is now halfway through, with the team completing 17 of its 34 scheduled games between March 3 and April 4 (inclusive). Whilst the win/loss columns may not look all that impressive – the O’s are ranked 29th of 30 with a 5-12 record – there has been a number of […]

Bundy’s Comeback Trail

Update – 16 March 2015 Bundy’s fourth Spring appearance was another tough one, being hooked after allowing five base-runners in 1.1 innings of work. The two hits, two walks and one hit batter would only cost him the one run though, largely thanks to Chaz Roe who came in to mop up the mess in […]

The Rise of Thomas Robinson

The #5 pick in the 2012 NBA Draft by the Sacramento Kings, Thomas Robinson has spent his first few years bouncing around the league. After being drafted by the Kings he was traded to the Houston Rockets in February of 2013, then in July of 2013 he was traded to the Portland Trailblazers. In February […]

Steve Nash Retires from NBA

After 19 years and 10,335 assists, Steve Nash has called an end to his NBA career. Not the most athletic of players to have ever played the game, he was however one of the smartest with an incredible basketball IQ. Nash was born in South Africa but he grew up in Canada, playing for Santa […]

The Future of the NBL

The future of the entire NBL is up in the air, with calls from legends of the game to put the league on “pause” and set up a new business model that would (hopefully) see the league prosper moving forward. At the moment there is a clear divide between those that want the league to […]

Kenter Chasing A Dream

Update – 29 January 2015 As reported by Blue-Turf.com’s Content Manager and Recruiting Analyst for Rivals, Nate Peters, Kenter has been offered a walk-on opportunity at Boise State. Update – 26 November 2014 Bailey’s season has come to an end and 247 Recruiting have ranked him as a 3-Star punter, holding an 84 rating. This […]

Aussies Snag Special Teams Awards

The Australian duo of Brad Craddock (Maryland) and Tom Hackett (Utah) yesterday swept college football’s special teams awards, after the pair were named as the best kicker and punter in the game. Craddock, a junior in his third year with the Terps, won the Lou Groza Award after a breakout season where he converted 18 of […]

Brad Craddock’s Breakout Season

As the NFL continues to grow in popularity in Australia, more and more young Australians are heading over to the United States to try their luck in High School Football or College Football. This year we have been covering the progress of young Australian Bailey Kenter who is currently the #1 ranked punter in all […]

The 2014-15 Caps Wrap

Stay up to date with all things Caps, with this comprehensive guide and one-stop reference, providing a complete wrap of the 2014-15 Washington Capitals season. Read all of the latest scores, match summaries, key performers, statistics and much more! The guide is proudly brought to you by the dedicated staff at The Big Leagues Daily. […]

Mustangs win first AIHL title

The Melbourne Mustangs have won their first AIHL title, thanks to a memorable 6-1 win over arch-rival the Melbourne Ice this afternoon at the Medibank Icehouse. Progressing through to the final after yesterday’s hard-fought 6-4 semi-final win against the Sydney Ice Dogs, the Mustangs took the lead first in the decider, when Jamie Bourke found Viktor Gibbs who […]

AIHL Team Bus Crashes

Last night’s AIHL game between the Canberra Brave and Adelaide Adrenaline was called-off after the Adelaide team bus crashed and rolled over on the way to the game. The horrifying accident occurred between Goulburn and Eaglehawk at about 4:00pm Saturday afternoon. The game was scheduled to start at 5.30pm in Canberra. It’s been reported that […]

de Villiers Blasts 149 off 44

Records have tumbled in the ODI tonight between South Africa and the West Indies. Batting first, South Africa posted an incredible 2/439 off 50 overs. Here’s the scores: Hashim Amla 153* (140 balls) Rilee Rossouw 128 (115 balls) AB de Villiers 149 (44 balls) David Miller 0* (2 balls) More to follow…

Plenty of Positives for Australia

The Border-Gavaskar Trophy Test Series is over and for the hosts, who won the series 2-0, it was quite a memorable series. From the first few days of the series, the Australians stamped their authority – in particular with the bat. Their first innings total of 7/517 (dec) in Adelaide became the first of four […]

The Best of 2014/15

A big summer of cricket has started in Australian and TBL Daily is pleased to keep you updated with the best performances of the domestic competitions. 12 Dec – Adam Voges made scores of 101 and 139no in Western Australia’s 117 run loss to Victoria. 12 Dec – Ed Cowan made scores of 147 and […]