David Polkinghorne 10:32 AM South Africa's massive 201-run win over Ireland was marred by spinner Imran Tahir's second run-in with the Manuka Oval crowd in four months.
David Sygall 6:15 PM Full, live coverage as Afghanistan look to pull off a shock against the world's No.1 ODI side in Perth.
Rupert Guinness 5:53 PM Former Wallabies coach Bob Dwyer is not surprised when told the win rate of Reds star James O'Connor when starting at five-eighth in Super Rugby is only six per cent.
Michael Chammas 5:49 PM Footage of Jarryd Hayne's State of Origin heroics helped convince US agent Jack Bechta that the former Parramatta Eels fullback "can make it in the NFL and play for a long time".
Jon Tuxworth 4:58 PM Jack Wighton is still learning the craft and is yet to lock down Canberra's fullback jersey, but new Raiders winger Sisa Waqa believes Wighton is capable of replacing Waqa's former Melbourne Storm teammate Billy Slater as Australia's no.1.
Lee Gaskin 4:30 PM Record scores, monster sixes and a historic double century were among the highlights of Canberra's involvement in the Cricket World Cup.
Dominic Bossi 6:13 PM An alleged victim of the attack on four football fans after the A-League Sydney derby that hospitalised two men has spoken out for the first time, saying the group were lucky not to have suffered worse injuries due to the severity of the bashing.
4:32 PM Don't get mad, get even. The message at Melbourne Victory after their frustrating 2-3 loss at the hands of Wellington Phoenix on Sunday is one of revenge.
Japan's Kei Nishikori broke into the top four of the ATP world rankings on Monday as the Asian trailblazer continued to shake up the top echelon of men's tennis.
Brumbies big man Jordan Smiler opens up on his aspirations for the 2015 Super Rugby season.
South Africa take on Ireland at Manuka Oval for the 2015 ICC Cricket World Cup.
The West Indies take on a determined Zimbabwe in their Group B match at Manuka Oval.
Newcastle coasted to a 26-4 trial win over Canberra in Queanbeyan.
More heartbreak for Wanderers as Reds strike late at Hindmarsh.
West Indian batsmen Darren Bravo suffered a scare against Pakistan.