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Abbott takes two wickets for Sixers

Steve Zemek 9:25pm Sean Abbott has taken two key wickets as the Melbourne Renegades made 7-154 in their Big Bash clash with the Sydney Sixers at the SCG.

Starc stands tall at Gabba

Laine Clark 6:42pm Mitchell Starc won't be called "soft" any time soon after emerging from a test of character with flying colours in the second Test against India.

Hewitt believes in Open dream

Ed Jackson 7:29pm He might be well into the veteran category but Lleyton Hewitt says there's no reason he can't enjoy a long run at this summer's Australian Open.

Cooper says boxing will help his rugby

Darren Walton 4:46pm The Wallabies playmaker is hoping his next professional boxing bout just two weeks before the Super Rugby season will help his World Cup claims.

Salary cap woes won't affect Glory: Lowe

Justin Chadwick 2:31pm Perth Glory coach Kenny Lowe appears to have adopted and 'us and them' approach saying 'we'll keep letting the boys over east moan like hell'.

Morgan throws support behind captain Cook

2:09pm Eoin Morgan says England's one-day skipper Alastair Cook is still the man for the job, with speculation about his own captaincy potential just "noise".

Van 't Schip, Muscat trade derby blows

Ben McKay 1:44pm John van 't Schip has declared his side aren't afraid of Melbourne Victory despite their prolific scoring record.

India's words play into Johnson's favour

Rob Forsaith 7:51pm India are 1-71 at stumps on day three of the second Test, trailing Australia by 26 runs after captain Steve Smith's century fired the hosts to a total of 505.

Smith comes of age as captain

Laine Clark and Rob Forsaith 9:00pm Steve Smith has come of age after becoming the youngest to score a century on debut as Australian Test skipper.

Six Rabbitohs in emerging Blues squad

12:36pm South Sydney's youngsters have dominated the emerging Blues squad, with plenty of Penrith Panthers also picked by coach Laurie Daley.

Sydney FC need to toughen up: Arnold

Ian McCullough 11:33am Graham Arnold says his Sydney FC side need to be more physical if they are to have any chance of winning the A-League this season.

Nadal ready for Australian Open

Darren Walton 2:41pm Former world No.1 Rafael Nadal is hopeful of being a threat at the Australian Open after recovering from an injury-plagued 2014 season.

Van 't Schip takes tough City approach

Ben McKay 2:26pm Melbourne City hope the inclusion of Robert Koren in their team for the first time can continue a turn-around after their worst defeat of the season.

Shaun Johnson wins Golden Boot

9:47am New Zealand Warriors halfback Shaun Johnson has won the Rugby League World Golden Boot award.

Bogut out of NBA action indefinitely

Antonio Gonzalez 8:21am Another season, another crippling injury for Aussie NBA star Andrew Bogut, who is now out indefinitely for Golden Stae with a knee injury.

Sport News Update, what you need to know

7:25am Sport News Update, what you need to know.

Glory girls cherish makeshift silverware

Justin Chadwick 7:20am Perth Glory will be aiming to win their first W-League Championship when they host Canberra United in Sunday's grand final at nib Stadium.

Ludeman unaware of BBL record

Steve Larkin 5:26am Adelaide Strikers batsman Tim Ludeman says he was unaware he setting a new Big Bash League record for the fastest half-century.

Liverpool seeking Arsenal's consistency

Rob Harris 3:39am Struggling Liverpool will seek lessons in consistency when they the Premier League's perennial achievers Arsenal this weekend.

Socceroos rise in rankings without playing

The Socceroos, without playing a game, have risen two spots to 100 in FIFA's world rankings.

'Dons fail in AFL anti-doping hearing bid

Roger Vaughan Essendon have unsuccessfully tried to gain access to the AFL anti-doping hearing as ASADA continued to outline its case.

Hazlewood upstages McGrath

Laine Clark Josh Hazlewood may be compared with Glenn McGrath but he achieved something the fast bowling great never could on Test debut.

Tsonga withdraws from Hopman Cup

The Hopman Cup has suffered a double blow after Frenchman Jo-Wilfried Tsonga and American Jack Sock were forced to withdraw due to injury.

Essendon suffer AFL pre-season blow

Essendon had hoped Heath Hocking's groin injury would settle, but they have now decided the midfielder needs surgery.

Allen hopes for Hobart and Olympic glory

Adrian Warren Yachting Australia president Matt Allen says his 60-foot boat Ichi Ban is infinitely better prepared than it was for last year's Sydney to Hobart.

Adelaide Utd coach calls out Cassio

Steve Zemek Adelaide United coach Josep Gombau says he will not select Cassio after a "disrespectful" display at the club's FFA Cup grand final.

O'Connor backs Hunt in Reds switch

Steve Zemek Michael O'Connor says Karmichael Hunt has the potential to turn the Queensland Reds into Super Rugby champions.

Western Force sign Japan winger Yamada

New Western Force winger Akihito Yamada says he's excited about playing a season of Super Rugby after starring in Japan's league.

Glory's Nichols ruled out for 6-8 weeks

Justin Chadwick Perth Glory's bad week got even worse on Thursday when it was confirmed Mitch Nichols had torn his left hamstring.

Saville's Aus Open tennis campaign over

Jason Phelan No.1 seed Luke Saville's Australian Open hopes were dashed on Thursday when a hamstring injury forced him out of the wildcard play-off.