Michael Gleeson 12:03 AM Athletics Australia should have 40 per cent of its funding withheld while on probation until it can prove it has implemented the widespread changes recommended in a damning independent report for the Australian Sports Commission has recommended.
David Sygall 4:34 PM Short boundaries, explosive batsmen and dangerous fast bowlers. The World Cup match at Eden Park could throw up something special.
Chris Barrett 2:54 PM Australia have capitulated for 151 after an extraordinary collapse in their World Cup showdown against New Zealand at Eden Park.
Brad Walter 2:34 AM NRL chief executive Dave Smith has confirmed that a decision would be made this year on whether to expand the competition in 2018 and revealed that consideration would also be given to reducing the number of premiership rounds to accommodate more events and representative fixtures such as the expanded World Club Series.
Jon Tuxworth 8:58 PM Basketball ACT are confident of being back in the black next financial year and have assured members there is no need for concern after recording a loss of nearly $218,000 for 2014-15.
Michael Lynch 4:11 PM There are games when coaches really earn their money, and for John Van't Schip Friday night's clash between his Melbourne City team and high flying Adelaide United was certainly one of them.
Paul Hayward 3:02 PM English clubs are misusing their wealth to buy a mass of players below super elite, causing a continental drift, writes Paul Hayward
Matt Murnane Zara Woodbridge, the daughter of Australian tennis doubles champion Todd, has taken another step towards forging her own career as a professional sportsperson.
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.
It's you vs the world, as you play along in the Cricket World Cup.