World’s best: Lionel Messi. Source: AP THE disconcerting thing is, Lionel Messi has conquered the world at the age of just 23
Source: The Daily Telegraph FURIOUS Wests Tigers coach Tim Sheens last night described a scurrilous attempt to derail his side's premiership campaign on social media networks as “disgraceful”. Sheens had just watched his side lose 24-18 to St George Illawarra at WIN Jubilee – the Tigers’ fifth loss in their past eight games.They have now lost more matches this season than they have won – a deeply concerning scenario for a team many tipped to play in this year’s grand final
Super Rugby: Sosene Anesi (C) of the New South Wales Waratahs is tackled by Meyer Bosman (L) and Jacques Botes during the Super Rugby match between the Sharks and the New South Wales Waratahs.
Fierce natives: Maroons fans Brett Rollason and Grant Miller go wild on Caxton Street. Source: The Courier-Mail Enemy territory: Maroons fans lining Caxton Street deliver a boost to friend and foe alike. Source: The Courier-Mail < Prev of 2 Next > A PLAN to create our very own Caxton St has been swimming around in my mind for awhile.
Beast: Matt Hamill (R) connects with a straight right against Tito Ortiz during the light heavyweight bout during UFC 121. Source: Getty Images MATT Hamill wants to feel the bubbles again. Just once
Quade Cooper (left), Sonny Bill Williams (top) and Andrew Johns Source: The Daily Telegraph SONNY Bill Williams last night strode into Brisbane on high alert for the Queensland Reds schemer he thinks has a deeper bag of tricks than league legend Andrew Johns. The dynamic Crusaders weapon fired a cross-code debate when he rated Quade Cooper a more hypnotic playmaker than league’s near immortal. Williams is well aware he will be a midfield target of Cooper’s subtle skills tomorrow at Suncorp Stadium, where 45,000-plus will assess his every twitch
Loss: Samantha Stosur against Gisela Dulko. Source: AP SAMANTHA Stosur's quest for a maiden grand slam title has come to an abrupt end in the French Open third round, being dumped out of the tournament by Argentine Gisela Dulko 6-4 1-6 6-3.
Leader . . . Darren Lockyer leads his team on to the field during a Queensland Maroons State of Origin training session at Suncorp Stadium.