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Victory fly west for FFA Cup

Ben McKay 2:27pm The first round of the inaugural FFA Cup has been confirmed by the FFA ahead of next Tuesday's first matches.

Tiger mojo to test Eagles' mettle in AFL

Justin Chadwick 1:41pm West Coast will be aiming to keep their slim finals hopes alive when they confront an in-form Tigers outfit in Perth on Friday night.

NRL set to double serious injury payouts

1:19pm The NRL has announced plans for a new interim player insurance scheme, which would double the maximum insurance payout for career-ending injuries.

Brumbies name unchanged side for Tahs

1:15pm The Brumbies have named an unchanged match day 23 for their semi-final against the Waratahs in what will be a huge boost to the side's chances.

I'm here to win the Moto3 title: Miller

Roje Adaimy 12:58pm Australian teenager Jack Miller is intent on winning the Moto3 world championship, but believes it'll come down to the season's last race in Spain.

Lions keen to sink rising Suns

Jim Morton 12:44pm Sibling rivalry is intense in Queensland with the struggling Brisbane Lions desperate to dent Gold Coast's AFL finals hopes.

Manly should release Matai: says Foran

James MacSmith 12:39pm Manly five-eighth Kieran Foran has admitted internal ructions are afflicting the NRL club and says the Sea Eagles should release Steve Matai to the Warriors.

Phoenix seek McGlinchey decision

Cathy Walshe 12:23pm Wellington Phoenix coach Ernie Merrick says leaving midfielder Michael McGlinchey in limbo over his playing future is "totally out of order".

City beat Bolton XI to finish tour

10:31am Melbourne City has emerged impressive winners from their third and final match of their UK tour, beating Bolton Wanderers 5-1.

McCaw to start in Super semi-final

9:34am All Blacks captain Richie McCaw has been named at blindside flanker in a strengthened team to face the Sharks in the Super Rugby semi-final.

Graham backs interim Sharks coach Shepherd

9:33am Wade Graham says retaining James Shepherd as interim coach for the rest of the NRL season is best for the club, anchored to the bottom of the ladder.

Australians march in to AC/DC

Paul Mulvey 9:22am Veteran rockers AC/DC provided a different kind of anthem as the Australian team marched into a rousing Glasgow welcome at the Commonwealth Games opener.

Queen joins Games tribute to MH17 victims

9:29am A minute's silence was held during the 2014 Glasgow Commonwealth Games opening ceremony in tribute to victims of the MH17 tragedy.

Meares on her bike after ceremony

Roger Vaughan 9:13am Flagbearer Anna Meares got around on her bike to ensure she wouldn't be fatigued during the Commonwealth Games opening ceremony.

Glasgow Games tries charity first

Nathan Paull 8:33am Spectators at the 2014 Glasgow Commonwealth Games Opening Ceremony were urged to donate to charity UNICEF in commercials that ran throughout the event.

Geale dedicates Golovkin fight to sick mum

Peter Mitchell 8:11am Daniel Geale has dedicated the biggest fight of his life to his cancer stricken mother.

A ceremony with heart opens the Games

John Salvado 9:03am The stars of the show in the Glasgow Commonwealth Games opening ceremony were of the four-legged variety.

Sport News Update, what you need to know

7:06am Sport News Update, what you need to know.

What was said at the Commonwealth Games

6:06am Who said what at the Commonwealth Games.

The lighter side of Glasgow 2014

6:03am Stories from the Glasgow Games

Glasgow opening ceremony underway

5:51am The opening ceremony of the Glasgow Commonwealth Games is underway.

Meares eyeing record-breaking Games

5:32am Aussie Anna Meares is on the verge of becoming Australia's greatest-ever Commonwealth Games cyclist.

Wallabies prospects are good: McKenzie

Darren Walton 5:04am Wallabies coach Ewen McKenzie says the Waratahs or Brumbies winning the Super Rugby title would be great for Australia's Bledisloe Cup prospects.

Gaudoin wants Kookaburras job

Ian McCullough 3:37am Interim Kookaburras coach Paul Gaudoin says he'd love the chance to guide the team to the Rio Olympic Games.

Silver Ferns content with Games venue

Robert Lowe 3:19am Silver Ferns coach Waimarama Taumaunu and skipper Casey Kopua say they have no complaints about the court at the Commonwealth Games netball venue.

Aust-Eng medal rival heats up on day one

Paul Mulvey 3:16am Australia's battle with England for Commonwealth Games supremacy starts immediately with the two countries likely to split most golds on offer on day one.

Pressure to drive Meares, says coach

Roger Vaughan 2:26am Australian sprint coach Gary West has backed Anna Meares to cope with the pressure on a big first day of the Games track cycling program.

Canadian In Velodrome Crash Drama

Gavin McCafferty, Press Association 2:31am Canada's Nic Hamilton has been forced out of the Commonwealth Games track cycling events after crashing into an official

Badminton starts with mixed teams

Roger Vaughan 1:43am Australia hope to reach the quarter-finals in mixed teams badminton after a favourable draw for the group stage.

Prince's time to shine in Glasgow

Steve Jancetic 12:56am Having been the third wheel in Delhi, Danielle Prince is now ready to lead Australia's rhythmic gymnasts at the Glasgow Games.