4:39 PM Australian cricketer Phillip Hughes has died in hospital, two days after he was struck in the head by a cricket ball while playing in a Sheffield Shield match at the Sydney Cricket Ground.
Andrew Wu 8:34 PM Australia's preparations for the first Test have taken a back seat to the injury which has left Phillip Hughes fighting for his life.
Steve Mascord 12:21 PM If a group of recalcitrant Sydney clubs was to refuse to sign NRL franchise agreements next year, they'd be doing the League Central administration a favour.
Sam Rigney, Robert Dillon and Brett Keeble 12:44 AM The Newcastle Knights are facing another assault scandal after rookie forward Joseph Tapine was charged over an incident that left a man with a broken jaw.
Michael Lynch 4:26 PM Fairfax Soccer writer MICHAEL LYNCH has seen most of the memorable moments in Melbourne Victory's first ten seasons first hand _ from the first fixture in Sydney in August 2005 to last Friday's 1-0 win over Brisbane Roar at Etihad Stadium. Lynch will be at AAMI Park on Friday night for the visit of Adelaide United, highly appropriate visitors for a game in which Victory will celebrate its first decade of achievements.
Sebastian Hassett 3:27 PM The arduous wait for Rhyan Grant to make his first start for Sydney FC since returning from injury may be about to come to an end - on the very same stage that saw him spend a year on the sidelines.
4:38 PM Phillip Hughes death: Leave your tributes
Michaela Whitbourn 4:38 PM Australian cricketer Phillip Hughes has died at the age of 25 after being struck in the head by a bouncer at the Sydney Cricket Ground on Tuesday.
Chris Roots 2:04 PM Ian Gurney thought he had "thrown away 20 grand" when he got Avonnova back to Queensland this time last year.
Australia take on South Africa in game three of the one day series at Manuka Oval.
FC Zurich has launched legal action after midfielder is seriously injured in a horror tackle.
Pakistani batsman Ahmed Shehzad's career-best Test innings brought to a dramatic end.
Coach believes his Wallabies side can get better and still have quality to add to their squad.
The West Coast Waves take on the Canberra Capitals at AIS Arena, November 9.
In Baseball Canberra Cavalry take on the Sydney Blue Sox at Narrabundah Ball Park.