Chris Dutton 11:31 PM Brumbies beat the Force 27-15, but sweat on Scott Fardy injury.
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.
Michael Cockerill 2:42 AM How much power does football really have?
Ian McCullough 12:06 AM Sydney FC chairman Scott Barlow is confident the A-League club can lure a glamorous top European side to face the Sky Blues every year after announcing Tottenham Hotspur would face the Sky Blues on May 30.
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.
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.
The West Indies take on Zimbabwe in their Group B match at Manuka.
Newcastle coasted to a 26-4 trial win over Canberra in Queanbeyan.
More heartbreak for Wanderers as Reds strike late at Hindmarsh.