Maxwell comes of age, proving doubters wrong

On one of the most grueling road trips in world sport, against the world’s best, and most fanatical, cricketing nation, the oft criticized Glenn Maxwell has over the past two days – undoubtedly – come of age.

Now Don’t Be Sad, ‘Cause Two Out of Three Ain’t Bad

On a warm summer’s morning, the last day of July 1977, American musician Meat Loaf released one of his signature songs, power ballad Two Out of Three Ain’t Bad. From that day on, the song, penned by brilliant lyricist Jim Steinman, would forever be recalled when two-thirds of any given situation came to fruition. As Steinman…

Australia U23s’ Dominate Baseball World Cup

The Australian U23 baseball team has this week turned in what is arguably the best performance by a national team since the 2004 Olympic Silver Medal, most likely progressing through to the Gold Medal game against Japan at the WBSC U23 Baseball World Cup. Pending other results later today AEDST and confirmation from the WBSC, the…

The Myth Behind Australia’s Olympic Struggles

Australia’s performance at London 2012 was heavily criticised, winning just eight golds and 35 medals overall. Many millions of dollars of extra funding was thrown into high performance, with a better haul expected at Rio 2016. As the end of the two week campaign nears though, Australia is set to perform even worse, currently securing just…

Career Night for Walker

Young Australian Nathan Walker has turned in the best performance of his flourishing professional career, helping the AHL Hershey Bears to an amazing 6-5 OT win over the Binghamton Senators.

Boomers’ battle against Tall Blacks

The Australian Boomers have beaten the New Zealand Tall Blacks in their Oceania Championship game in Melbourne tonight, overcoming a slow start and a gusty Kiwi fightback, to eventually prevail 71-59 in front of 15,062 fans.

A Change Of Focus For Punter, Bailey Kenter

Update – 27 July 2015 After two successful seasons playing high school football with Layton Christian Academy in Utah, Bailey Kenter has returned home to play football in Australia for Frankston YCW.

Aces’ Season of Frustration

The Melbourne Aces’ 2014-15 season hasn’t been a disaster – however it hasn’t been far off. Just 11 wins from 34 games sees the team languishing in last place, a familiar spot for the Aces who are the worst performing team in the ABL since it’s re-creation in 2010/11 – owning a combined regular season…

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…

Aussies in the NBA

  As the 2014-15 NBA season continues, many of the eight Australians within the league continue to perform well. Australia has a small, yet proud history within the NBA, having produced 18 players who have reached the highest level. The most famous of which is Luc Longley who played for four teams during 1991-2001, winning three…