THE CHEETAHS are stricken with injury, short of wins and sitting in the lower realms of the Super 14 ladder. They are, in other words, a team the fourth-placed Waratahs should easily beat.
WHAT THEY SHOULD DO is introduce a two-division promotion/relegation fixture for the AFL from 2012.
CENTRAL COAST Mariners midfielder John Hutchinson says he wants to stay with the club for the rest of his career after signing a new three-year contract with the club he joined as a foundation player.
ST KILDA'S two-game buffer on top of the ladder won't be used as a reason for resting players in the run to the finals, says coach Ross Lyon.
A QUICK look at tomorrow night's match at AAMI Stadium, where Adelaide hosts Fremantle, will convince most punters that Adelaide will not only win but will thrash the hapless Dockers. But, strangely enough, statistics suggest the game may not be as one-sided as it looks.