Sport news and galleries | Herald Sun Swifts, Giants to spar with England netball 2018-01-16T20:18:20.597000000+00:00 THE NSW Swifts and Giants will limber up for the Super Netball season with matches against an England side hoping to pull off a major netball sting at the Commonwealth Games. Drew lacing it up once more 2018-01-16T20:18:20.581000000+00:00 Rugby: Former Wallabies winger Drew Mitchell is coming out of retirement to play for the Waratahs in the Global Brisbane 10s competition next month. India’s monumental task 2018-01-16T20:18:20.576000000+00:00 Cricket: On a cracking South African pitch India will have to hit 252 run with 7 wickets in hand on day 5 without their fearless leader, Virat Kohli. Brumbies want to keep Speight 2018-01-16T20:18:20.568000000+00:00 Super Rugby: The ACT Brumbies are not stayig quiet about their desire to keep star winger Henry Speight. Sagan hits first stage hurdle 2018-01-16T20:18:20.551000000+00:00 Cycling: Australian Peter Sagan hit an unfortunate hurdle in the first stage of the Tour Down Under, check it out. The $354m nightmare: Arsenal’s decline in two XIs 2018-01-16T19:07:17.809000000+00:00 After 21 years, Arsene Wenger has hit a clear low at Arsenal and has nowhere to hide. Rabbits bolter, bench plan and backline shake-up 2018-01-16T19:07:17.805000000+00:00 AN unwanted Bulldogs flyer has emerged as a genuine first round bolter for South Sydney as Anthony Seibold prepares to shake up his side. ‘Because he’s a white boy’: Mundine’s racial attack on Horn 2018-01-16T19:07:17.799000000+00:00 FORMER world champion Anthony Mundine has slammed fellow Australian boxer Jeff Horn, saying the Queenslander only gets attention because of his skin colour. The make or break recruit Manly’s hopes hinge on 2018-01-16T19:07:17.796000000+00:00 SALARY cap dramas aside, Blake Green’s departure and Manly’s failure to lure Mitchell Pearce as his replacement has been the biggest off-season talking point for a club that looks to be on the verge of another productive era. Teen’s out-of-control grunts fails to derail Ash 2018-01-16T18:34:22.168000000+00:00 ASH Barty is through to the second round of the Australian Open after recording a come-from-behind win over Aryna Sabalenka in a match that has been marred by criticism of the Belarussian’s grunting.