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Sub-editor chastened after taking a full minute after US Masters to write ‘Great Scott’ headline
Saturday, May 25, 2013
Melbourne coach Mark Neeld rubbed his hands together today, declaring that his plan for the 2013 AFL season was unfolding just as he had hoped, despite losing the first three games by an average of 107 points.
New US Masters champion Adam Scott says he’s looking forward to finally being able to once again play golf without the hindrance of having a monkey on his back.
Worried TV executives have responded to the disastrous Indian Test series by announcing exciting new telecast innovations for the looming Ashes series to follow in England and the return leg in Australia.
AFL officials have admitted that the timing was not perfect in announcing a new major League sponsor, Peppy’s Preppy Pep-Up Peptides.
Australia has named two graphic designers and a recruitment expert in its team to take on India in the Third Test starting this week, replacing suspended stars Shane Watson, James Pattinson and Mitchell Johnson.
Australia's most important cricketer, captain Michael Clarke, will be rested for the entire Indian and English Ashes series, the Australian cricket selectors announced today.
Australian Open organisers say they will "review" a 2013 Open innovation, which asked a second court announcer, working alongside Craig Willis, to sledge losing players as they left Centre Court.