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NRL prop too big for his boots - literally

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Portrait of Canberra Raiders' Shannon Boyd
Photo: Rohan Thomson
The Canberra Times
22 Jan 2015

Chris Wilson 9:00 PM   Shannon Boyd says he was cut down to size by coach Ricky Stuart before making his NRL breakthrough.

Raiders now extreme weight watchers

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Chris Wilson 2:40 AM   The Canberra Raiders have given a new meaning to weight-watchers, players sending photos of their nightly meals to staff.

Cherry-Evans announces Titans move

HEADING NORTH: Daly Cherry-Evans in action for Manly against Parramatta.

Michael Chammas 2:38 AM   Manly Sea Eagles star Daly Cherry-Evans has announced he is joining Gold Coast Titans on a lucrative contract.

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Hunt searches for answers 

BRISBANE, AUSTRALIA - MARCH 06:  Karmichael Hunt of the Reds speaks to the media during a Queensland Reds press conference at Rugby House on March 6, 2015 in Brisbane, Australia.  (Photo by Robert Shakespeare/Getty Images)

Georgina Robinson 5:28 PM   Queensland rugby bosses have defended their treatment of disgraced code-hopper Karmichael Hunt.

Sri Lanka deny they are scared of Johnson

Australia's Mitchell Johnson runs in to bowl during a final training session ahead of the 2015 Cricket World Cup Pool A match between Australia and Afghanistan in Perth on March 3, 2015. AFP PHOTO / Greg WOOD --IMAGE RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - STRICTLY NO COMMERCIAL USE--

Andrew Wu 7:11 PM   Sri Lanka say they have exorcised the demons raised by Mitchell Johnson from their last tour of Australia.

Berry carries on his brother's name

Jockey Tommy Berry, with what has become a customary salute to his twin brother, Nathan.

Jon Tuxworth 8:00 PM   A little bundle of joy for Tommy Berry is helping ease his family's pain. 

Cricket

Dhoni guides India into quarter-finals

Chris Gayle hits out during his brief innings at the WACA on Friday.

Brad Elborough 1:23 AM   India stay unbeaten in World Cup, defeating the West Indies by four wickets and entering the quarter-finals.

India have arrived - and they are still building

Firing: Virat Kohli.

Malcolm Knox 1:13 AM   India have turned up for the World Cup: in their multitudes. In Perth, as in Adelaide and Melbourne, Indian crowds have given the Cup the sense of occasion, energy and importance that they had withheld from the Border-Gavaskar Trophy series.

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Rugby Heaven

Ratu Tagive opens up on his road to rugby

Ratu Tagive

Chris Dutton 10:00 PM   Ratu Tagive hopes his new start in rugby union can be the light at the end of the tunnel.

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League HQ

What to watch out for in the NRL this weekend

New Dog: Brett Morris will make his NRL debut for the Bulldogs.

Michael Carayannis 2:39 AM   The big issues heading into the NRL's weekend matches.

Eels demolish Sea Eagles in bruiser

Settling in: Anthony Watmough, now an Eel.

Adrian Proszenko 2:38 AM   Whether the decision to sign Anthony Watmough on a huge contract that will take him into his mid-30s was a prudent one will be best appraised after his last game in blue and gold than the first.

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ACT Sport

Ratu Tagive opens up on his road to rugby

Ratu Tagive

Chris Dutton 10:00 PM   Ratu Tagive hopes his new start in rugby union can be the light at the end of the tunnel.

Finals berth on the line in dramatic last day

Weston Creek Molonglo spinner Mark Akeroyd scored 75 to help his side to 288 against ANU.

Lee Gaskin 6:44 PM   Michael Delaney has implored his bowlers to capitalise on a record-breaking ninth-wicket partnership.

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Soccer

England beat Matildas in Cyprus Cup soccer

Heads first: England's Steph Houghton and Australia's Laura Alleway.

8:57 AM   The Matildas were unable to follow up an impressive first-up performance at the 2015 Cyprus Cup, losing 3-0 on Friday to a Jodie Taylor-inspired England.

Do sport and politics mix? Football is about to find out

Michael Cockerill

Michael Cockerill 2:42 AM   How much power does football really have?

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Tennis

Davis Cup draws plaudits, brickbats

Job done: Roger Federer with the Swiss team after winning the Davis Cup.

Linda Pearce 6:36 PM   After Roger Federer extended to 20-17 his career advantage over Novak Djokovic in the recent Dubai final, the world's top two players went very separate ways: Federer for a break; Djokovic to the central Serbian city of Kraljevo, to prepare for national duty against Croatia.

Rios wants Korda 1998 tennis doping check

Accused: Petr Korda with the Australian Open trophy after his victory in the 1998 final.

1:54 PM   Chilean officials say they will back a request by former world No.1 Marcelo Rios to have the International Tennis Federation investigate whether Petr Korda committed a doping violation in the 1998 Australian Open.

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ACT Brumbies play  the Western Force

Round four action between the Brumbies and Force in Canberra.

NRL 2015 season preview

League HQ brings you an interactive on all 16 teams.

Jordan Smiler

Brumbies big man Jordan Smiler opens up on his aspirations.

Cricket World Cup: Sth Africa v Ireland

South Africa take on Ireland at Manuka Oval.

Cricket World Cup: Windies vs Zimbabwe

The West Indies take on Zimbabwe in their Group B match at Manuka.

Knights spoil Raiders' Seiffert homecoming

Newcastle coasted to a 26-4 trial win over Canberra in Queanbeyan.

Wests/UC take on Eastlake in first grade

The race for semi-finals spots heats up at Kingston Oval.

Adelaide leave it late to beat Wanderers

More heartbreak for Wanderers as Reds strike late at Hindmarsh.

Sydney FC edge out Mariners in thriller

A stunning Rhyan Grant goal helped Sydney FC to a 4-2 win.

Darren Bravo cops a nasty blow to head

West Indian batsmen Darren Bravo suffered a scare against Pakistan.