Kyrgios bows out amid tanking accusations

Michael Chammas 6:17 AM   Nick Kyrgios has crashed out of Wimbledon in four sets amid accusations of tanking.

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Moore named new Wallabies captain

Back as captain: Stephen Moore on Monday.

Phil Lutton 7:42 PM   New Wallabies skipper Stephen Moore has made it his mission to unite the squad.

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Vice-captaincy no No.7 guarantee for Hooper

Michael Hooper of the Waratahs (left) vs Brumbies flanker David Pocock.

David Polkinghorne 9:55 PM   NSW Waratahs flanker Michael Hooper might be the Wallabies vice-captain, but that doesn't mean he's guaranteed to wear the gold No.7 jersey.

Shillington goes into bat for Cam Smith

David Shillington has defended Cameron Smith.

Jon Tuxworth 10:00 PM   David Shillington has labelled Cameron Smith's portrayal as "the villain" in a TV special with Alex McKinnon as "overplayed".

Leilua gutted not to face Knights

AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND - JUNE 27:  Joseph Leilua of the Raiders makes a run in his club debut during the round 16 NRL match between the New Zealand Warriors and the Canberra Raiders at Mt Smart Stadium on June 27, 2015 in Auckland, New Zealand.  (Photo by Anthony Au-Yeung/Getty Images)

Jon Tuxworth 8:00 PM   Canberra mid-season signing Joey Leilua admits it still "kind of sucks" he's banned from playing Newcastle on Friday. 

Smith affected by McKinnon's comments

Angry ... Cameron Smith has reportedly blacklisted Channel Nine.

Cameron Smith will have to overcome the fallout from Alex McKinnon's criticism and perform in Origin III after Queensland veteran Corey Parker described his captain as being "affected" by McKinnon's comments.

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Farah to test out injured hand on Tuesday

All hands on deck: Robbie Farah is still hopeful of passing a last-minute fitness test.

Michael Carayannis 2:46 PM   Robbie Farah will get one last crack to prove his fitness for the Blues.

Taylor hails 'strong performance'

Speed machine: James Tedesco.

Adam Pengilly 10:27 PM   His team are bottom of the ladder and had just slumped to a seventh loss in their last eight games, but try telling Jason Taylor there is trouble in Tiger land.

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Behind Nick Kyrgios' bravado

No holding back: Nick Kyrgios expresses his emotions on court.

Michael Chammas   Behind the bravado and the rock star attitude there is a different side to Nick Kyrgios.

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Camporeale to follow Walsh's path

Scott Camporeale speaks to the media on Monday.

Emma Quayle 7:38 PM   Scott Camporeale's immediate priorities as Adelaide's new senior coach are to take care of his grieving players and continue to push the plan put in place by Phil Walsh nine months ago.

Lyon brushes off mauling in tour game

Nathan Lyon of Australia bowls during day two of the tour match between Essex and Australia.

Chris Barrett 8:00 PM   The Australian spinner was hit around the park in Essex last week but is confident it will be a different story in the first Test starting on Wednesday.

League HQ

Semi keeps 'em coming as Eels beat Tigers

Two good: Semi Radradra grabbed another brace for the Eels.

Adam Pengilly 10:28 PM   It is one thing winning the battle, another thing claiming the war. Just ask Eels cult hero Semi Radradra.

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Why Daley wants his players to keep a "Blue Head"

Blue heads: NSW are taking a leaf out of the All Blacks' book.

Brad Walter 10:00 PM   4948Whenever NSW players get frustrated or show signs of losing their cool on the field, trainers Nathan Brown, Ron Palmer and Travis Touma squirt them in the face with a water bottle.

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Wallabies in line for $5 million bonus pool

On familiar ground: Matt Giteau in training on Monday.

Georgina Robinson 5:53 PM   It may be hard to see past Australia's so-called pool of death but the Wallabies stand to share in a prize pool worth almost $5 million if they win the Rugby World Cup at Twickenham on October 31.

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Cricket

Watson has edge over Marsh while Siddle back in contention for first Test

Shane Watson is likely to edge out Mitch Marsh for the first Test.

Chris Barrett 9:56 AM   The senior all-rounder's bowling looks to have him in front of Mitchell Marsh for the first Test while the Victorian quick is forcing selectors into another tough choice..

Just how quick is Mitchell Johnson: Prince Charles

Prince Charles.

Chris Barrett 5:47 AM   Unable to combat Mitchell Johnson in that stunning summer 18 months ago, the old enemy have sent in one of their big hitters.

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AFL

Sacking Hird a simplistic solution

James Hird is not the only problem at Essendon.

Rohan Connolly 7:49 PM   Calls for the sacking of Essendon coach James Hird are simplistic solutions to Essendon's complex problems.

Camporeale to follow Walsh's path

Scott Camporeale speaks to the media on Monday.

Emma Quayle 7:38 PM   Scott Camporeale's immediate priorities are to take care of his players and continue to push the plan put in place by Phil Walsh.

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Soccer

Bernie Ibini suffers fractured fibula in training session at new club

Bad break: Bernie Ibini has suffered a broken leg.

Sebastian Hassett 11:35 AM   Former Sydney FC and Central Coast Mariners winger Bernie Ibini has endured the worst imaginable to life with new Belgian club Club Brugge, breaking his fibula in a pre-season training accident.

Sexist tweet shows how far women's soccer has to go

Soccer ball

Ishaan Tharoor 9:35 AM   You would hope American soccer authorities would never tweet what the official account of the English national team did.

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ACT Sport

Costigan puts his scarf out for Tara and Walsh

Tuggeranong coach Nathan Costigan, cousin of Tara, pays tribute to Phil Walsh.

David Polkinghorne   All Nathan Costigan could think about during the minute's silence was his two-year-old son and how important it was for him to be a good father.

Brave tame Mustangs to keep finals hopes alive

Canberra Brave logo

Lee Gaskin   Canberra Brave completed a successful weekend road trip to keep its Australian Ice Hockey League finals hopes alive.

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Horse Racing

ATC official allegedly tried to sway cobalt evidence

Under scrutiny: the ATC's Executive Manager of Racing Matt Rudolph has been issued with a show-cause notice.

Adam Pengilly 1:44 PM   The explosive cobalt inquiry involving Sam Kavanagh has taken another twist with high-ranking Australian Turf Club official Matt Rudolph issued a show cause notice for allegedly trying to persuade the embattled trainer to give change evidence he had given to stewards.

Clinic missed warnings about swab holding time

David Vandyke and Arabian Gold at his Warwick Farm Stables last year.

Adam Pengilly 6:54 PM   Randwick Equine Centre staff conceded they gave wrong veterinary advice to Segenhoe employees as David Vandyke copped a $12,000 fine from Racing NSW stewards on Monday.

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Moore to lead Wallabies in World Cup

Hooker receives the nod ahead of incumbent skipper Michael Hooper, who has been named vice-captain along with Adam Ashley-Cooper.

USA triumph in World Cup final goal fest

USA claim the 2015 Women's World Cup with an emphatic 5-2 win over reigning champions Japan, including a brilliant long-range strike from Carli Lloyd to secure a first-half hat-trick.

Sydney loses Gary Rohan to injury

Lance Franklin and Kurt Tippett will be back for round 15, but the Swans have lost Gary Rohan to a hamstring strain.

Canberra Raiders Cup: West Belconnen v Gungahlin

The West Belconnen Warriors take on the Gungahlin Bulls on a frosty Canberra day in local first grade rugby league.

Canberra NPL: Monaro v Tuggeranong

The Monaro Panthers take on Tuggeranong United at Riverside Stadium in the Canberra National Premier League.

Thousands attend Phil Walsh tribute

Sporting events across Australia pause to pay tribute to Adelaide Crows coach Phil Walsh, as fans gather at the Adelaide Oval on Sunday afternoon.

Saints thrash Bombers

The Saints pull off a stunning 110-point thrashing of Essendon in Jobe Watson's 200th game.

Taufua treble ends Cronulla's hot streak

Steve Matai and Jorge Taufua form a lethal left edge combination for the Sea Eagles, while Daly Cherry-Evans bags a try just days after being dropped from Origin.

Ryan Harris reflects on career

After announcing his immediate retirement from all forms of cricket, Ryan Harris insists he has no regrets from his career.

Japan look to speed to retain World Cup

Coach Norio Sasaki believes Japan’s pace and skill will give them the upper hand over the United States in the FIFA Women's World Cup final in Vancouver.