Jon Tuxworth Canberra needs to defeat Cronulla on Sunday to keep its Auckland Nines hopes alive.
7:51 PM Brisbane Roar has sent a stern message to A-League rivals by tearing a 10-man Central Coast to shreds with a ruthless 4-0 win on Saturday.
Western Australia paceman Joel Paris has been called into Australia's squad for the final one-day international against New Zealand.
Jesse Hogan 11:22 PM The suspension of two IPL teams that looked set to be a financial blow for Shane Watson has become a financial boon, with the all-rounder surging to become Australia's highest-paid player in the competition with a $A1.96 million deal.
7:19 PM Perth Glory coach Kenny Lowe's focus is still firmly fixed on the A-League play-offs, his hopes bolstered by a gritty 1-0 win over the Phoenix in Wellington.
I used to argue that flares at soccer matches were all part of the theatre, drama and glamour of the occasion. Not in Australia.
The group of kids was waiting when the bus carrying Greg Inglis and the other players attending the NRL indigenous leadership camp arrived at their tented site on Stradbroke Island.
David Polkinghorne 7:17 PM Brumbies playmaker full of praise for young guns after playing for the Super Rugby province for the first time.
The fight for a greater share of the record $2.508 billion broadcast rights spoils has begun, with AFL clubs pushing for the league to follow the NRL and move to markedly increase the amount distributed to each club.
Carlton vice-captain Kade Simpson says the battling Blues were made to feel as if they had "committed a murder" last season as the losses mounted and speculation over the future of coach Mick Malthouse reached tipping point.
Ryan Carters says the importance of having the ACT Comets in the Futures League cannot be understated.
Jon Tuxworth 11:05 PM At 37 and 16 years old respectively, Wests/UC openers Darren Richards and Matthew Gilkes are at opposite ends of their cricket careers.
Chris Waller threw the Breeders Classic balls in the air and was left with Amicus as the stable hope. And a decision to dodge his other high profile mares paid dividends.
Spill The Beans was heavily backed from $9 into $4.80 on course and the money proved to be spot on as the stallion prospect sailed to a one-and-three-quarter length win.
The Warriors were facing an early exit until Shaun Johnson arrived.
ACT Athletics Championships and the IPC Athletics Grand Prix.
Jake Trobjevic and Jamie Buhrer ruled out for rest of the Nines.