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Tennis

Nick Kyrgios escapes bubble to focus on US Open

CHRIS DUTTON Canberra tennis ace Nick Kyrgios says he doesn't feel the pressure to prove himself to anyone and is keen to escape the popularity bubble of Australia to relaunch his career overseas.

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Mountain biking

Pair of Commonwealth Games bronze medals means mixed emotions for Daniel McConnell and Rebecca Henderson

Canberra couple Rebecca Henderson and Daniel McConnell both won bronze in the mountain biking.

James Buckley 9:04am There’ll be champagne popped in the Daniel McConnell-Rebecca Henderson household after these Games.

Dragons player faces jail over pub assault

Craig Garvey: found guilty of assaulting a man in a pub.

Shannon Tonkin 5:52am St George Illawarra Dragons player Craig Garvey is facing a possible jail term after being found guilty of violently assaulting a man in a Wollongong pub in February.

Embarrassed Raiders 'sharing the pain'

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JON TUXWORTH Disconsolate Canberra Raiders players labelled their latest inept showing against Souths as ''embarrassing'' and assured fans they're sharing their pain after a ninth loss in 11 games. 

Larkham targets Pocock, Moore, Alexander

Knee injuries: David Pocock may have had limited time on the field this season, but the Brumbies want to keep him on their books.

CHRIS DUTTON Brumbies coach Stephen Larkham is keen to ramp up player contract negotiations less than a week after being knocked out of the Super Rugby season.

Soccer

Topor-Stanley returns to Canberra

Western Sydney Wanderers player Nikolai Topor-Stanley.

JON TUXWORTH Wanderers defender admits the "what ifs" of last season's A-League grand final loss still haunt him. 

Canberra's Henderson wins bronze

Silver medalist Emily Batty of Canada, gold medalist Catharine Pendrel of Canada and bronze medalist Rebecca Henderson of Australia pose as they celebrate after the Women's Cross-country Mountain Biking at Cathkin Braes Mountain Bike Trails.

James Buckley 11:13pm Australian Rebecca Henderson secured a brave bronze medal in the women’s mountain biking after a gruelling tussle throughout with Canada’s Emily Batty.

Rugby women rue lack of opportunity

On the outer: (From left) Australian women's rugby sevens players, Alicia Quirk, Emilee Cherry and  Charlotte Caslick.

ALANA SCHETZER The women's exclusion from the rugby sevens at the Commonwealth Games has been described as “discriminatory”.

Union

Canberra's Cusack ticks Games checklist

Canberra's Tom Cusack, playing for Australia in Rugby Sevens at the Commonwealth Games.

James Buckley Canberra Royals backrower Tom Cusack ticked off his entire Commonwealth Games checklist in Glasgow.

Glasgow spearheads javelin ambitions

Roberts gets ready for her international debut at the Commonwealth Games.

FLETA PAGE 8:48pm A baptism of fire awaits Kelsey-Lee Roberts when she takes to the centre of Hampden Park stadium for the Commonwealth Games javelin competition in front of more than 100,000 spectators.

Vickery suspended for four matches

Ty Vickery enters the tribunal on Tuesday.

JESSE HOGAN Richmond tall forward Ty Vickery has been given the opportunity to play one more match after the AFL tribunal deemed his blow to West Coast's Dean Cox warranted just under a five-match ban.

Canberra basketballer joins AFL club

The Tiger Army continues to support Richmond, despite a deflating season.

FLETA PAGE At 204 centimetres and 104 kilograms, Richmond Football Club did not worry about the fact Canberra teen Ivan Soldo had never played a game of Australian rules football before.

Carney dispute headed for mediation

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BRAD WALTER Todd Carney is expected to enter into mediation with Cronulla over his controversial sacking from the club last month in a move that may prevent the case from going to court.

Burgess feared his NRL career was over

No serious damage: Sam Burgess falls awkwardly on his right shoulder during Souths’ win over the Raiders on Monday.

BRAD WALTER Rugby union-bound South Sydney superstar Sam Burgess admits he thought his NRL career may have been over when he was forced from GIO Stadium on Monday night due to a shoulder injury.

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Mehrtens backs Crusaders to win

Big task: Waratahs players put in the hard work ahead of the Super Rugby final.

GEORGINA ROBINSON 10:06pm The Crusaders' ability to lift on the big stage will enable them to beat the odds and hold up the Super Rugby trophy at ANZ Stadium on Saturday, predicts All Blacks legend Andrew Mehrtens.

Scott says free agency should be scrapped

Ditch it: Chris Scott says the free agency process is ''distasteful'', and should be scrapped.

PETER HANLON Chris Scott has responded to speculation that Geelong is in the running to land Demon James Frawley by describing free agency as a ''distasteful'' process.

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Board is united behind James Hird: Bombers

James Hird.

JON PIERIK Essendon insists its board has unanimous support for James Hird, releasing a statement in response to a Fairfax Media report.

Extra year to provide stability, says Roos

Three-year stint: Paul Roos.

ALANA SCHETZER Providing stability to a club accustomed to uncertainty was the main reason for Melbourne coach Paul Roos signing on for an extra year.

AFL releases fixture for round 23

The Magpies and Hawks will open round 23.

JESSE HOGAN Adelaide and Gold Coast are the only finals contenders scheduled to play on the final Sunday of the home-and-away season.

Soccer

Canberra youngsters get call-up

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Kyle Papworth With two Canberra players to hit the park for the Western Sydney Wanderers in the preseason, Canberra football has a bright future.

More fixtures for summer of cricket

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Fast bowler Nick Winter could be playing his last game for the ACT Comets before going interstate.
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FLETA PAGE Canberra’s big summer of cricket is set for an even earlier start, with Ireland and Afghanistan to play the ACT Comets in September and October as a warm-up to their World Cup campaigns.

Cricket

ICC bans Ali's Gaza wristbands

England's Moeen Ali wears a wristband as he fields during the second day of the third cricket test match of the series between England and India at The Ageas Bowl in Southampton, England.

England batsman Moeen Ali has been banned from wearing wristbands featuring the slogans "Save Gaza" and "Free Palestine", the International Cricket Council (ICC) announced on Tuesday.

Cricket

Pietersen draws money, regardless of results

Kevin Pietersen in action for Surrey during a T20 match.

CHLOE SALTAU Kevin Pietersen will put bums on seats, dollars in the bank and nightclubbers with smartphones at the ready. He might even win the Melbourne Stars a few games of cricket.

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Cricket

Browne chooses Meteors over White Ferns

ACT Meteors have re-signed New Zealand international Nicola Browne.

Kyle Papworth World-class fast bowler Nicola Browne has chosen club and career over country, turning down the opportunity to represent New Zealand to re-sign with the ACT Meteors.

Racing

Shinn picks up plum Winter Challenge ride

Blake Shinn returns from suspension this weekend.

Warwick Barr Blake Shinn has wasted no time securing important rides for his first week back in the saddle after an end-of-season suspension and overseas holiday.

Buckman loses appeal from 1500m heats

Kate van Buskirk of Canada and Zoe Buckman of Australia lead the field in round one of the women's 1500 metres on Monday.

MICHAEL GLEESON A finalist at the world championships, Zoe Buckman was knocked out of the Commonwealth Games 1500m in the first round on Monday.

Stuart blasts Raiders after loss

Canberra Raiders v South Sydney Rabbitohs at Canberra Stadium.

JON TUXWORTH Canberra coach Ricky Stuart labelled his side’s basic errors of ‘’Queensland or NSW Cup standard’’ as the Raiders’ wooden spoon odds shortened with a 34-18 home loss to South Sydney on Monday.

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Rugby League

Canberra versus Souths - What we learned

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JON TUXWORTH All the talking points from the Rabbitohs' 34-18 win over the Canberra Raiders on Monday night.

Rugby League

Raiders unlikely to make changes

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LEE GASKIN Raiders coach Ricky Stuart admits he would like to make changes to his under-performing side and began planning for next year, but is restricted because of second-tier salary cap restrictions.

Rugby League

Potter's future to be decided by NRL

Under pressure: Mick Potter talks to the media after the Tigers' loss to the Dragons at ANZ Stadium.

BRAD WALTER A new NRL controlled Wests Tigers board is set to decide Mick Potter's fate as coach but regardless of whether he stays or goes his ambitious assistant Todd Payten is unlikely to survive.

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Rugby Union

Waratahs' win will help Wallabies

Ben Alexander says a Waratahs win could spark a Bledisloe Cup bid.

DAVID POLKINGHORNE Momentum is hard to stop and Wallabies prop Ben Alexander believes if the NSW Waratahs win their inaugural Super Rugby title then it will help springboard the Australian side to ending its 12-year Bledisloe Cup drought.

Weightlifting

Lindbeck hungry for Games success

Focused on pumping iron: ACT weightlifter Kylie Lindbeck.

DAVID POLKINGHORNE It is like turbo-charged Weight Watchers from hell and Canberra weightlifter Kylie Lindbeck is stoked she will not have to worry about fasting to make her competition weight at the Glasgow Commonwealth Games.

Australian Football

Hird losing support of Essendon directors

James Hird’s employment agreement with Essendon involves clauses that could lead to his rich coaching contract being terminated should he break certain conditions.

CAROLINE WILSON The Essendon board meeting that ratified coach Mark Thompson’s ownership of the team for the remainder of the season also debated whether James Hird should return at all as senior coach for the 2015 and 2016 seasons.

Australian Football

Ty Vickery to cop his whack

Umpires Dean Margetts and Jeff Dalgleish talk to Tyrone Vickery after the incident as Dean Cox is assisted from the field by trainers.

GREG BAUM What is Ty Vickery's✓ right whack? This is now a question for the AFL tribunal when it sits on Tuesday.

Soccer

Flares not welcome at Deakin

Wanderers supporters light flares into the crowd during a match against Canberra Olympic at the AIS last year..

FLETA PAGE Canberra FC will beef up security for its friendly match against the Western Sydney Wanderers on Wednesday night in an effort to stop “idiots” letting off flares.

BMX

Caroline Buchanan crashes out

Caroline Buchanan may have broken her arm.

FLETA PAGE Caroline Buchanan’s quest for back-to-back world BMX titles ended with a crash at the world championship in the Netherlands on Monday morning.

Basketball

Boomers chasing medal at World Cup

Cameron Bairstow, Dante Exum and Matthew Dellavedova are three of the four Boomers players who are signed to NBA clubs.

LEE GASKIN Australian Boomers coach Andrej Lemanis signalled his intent to chase the country's first medal in men's basketball.

Basketball

Nathan Jawai beats neck injury

Baby Boomer: Centre Nathan Jawai.

LEE GASKIN He's the ''difference maker'' for the Australian Boomers - a 2.08 metre, 127 kilogram wrecking ball once nicknamed ''Baby Shaq''.

Swimming

Treffers wins gold in 50m backstroke

Ben Treffers after his win in the 50-metre backstroke.

James Buckley Baby-faced backstroker admits it could take more than a decade for his gold-medal winning swim to sink in.

Athletics

Dent retires after a marathon career

Martin Dent is retiring from international competition.

James Buckley Martin Dent hangs up his spikes after falling off the pace in Sunday’s Commonwealth Games marathon.

Cycling

O'Connor to return home with two bronze

Brandie O'Connor and Breanna Hargrave with their bronze medals.

James Buckley Brandie O’Connor can’t quite make out the colour of her two Glasgow treasures, but that doesn’t bother her.

Vaughan says Raiders will not be spoon fed

Paul Vaughan is adamant the Raiders can avoid the wooden spoon.

JON TUXWORTH Canberra Raiders prop Paul Vaughan has challenged the side to play for pride and avoid the wooden spoon.

League

Burgess brothers crave NRL premiership

George Burgess is keen to win a premiership with his three brothers,

Steve Zemek George Burgess is determined to take advantage of the last chance to win an NRL title with his brothers.

Rugby League

Robbie Farah furious at Gorden Tallis

Fuming: Wests Tigers skipper Robbie Farah.

BRAD WALTER A bitter fued has errupted between Wests Tigers captain Robbie Farah and Gorden Tallis over claims by the former great that Farah had told him Mick Potter "couldn't coach".

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Rugby League

Dragons deliver drubbing to Wests Tigers

On a winning team: Dragons signing Benji Marshall fends off a Wests Tigers tackle on the anniversary of his NRL debut.

CHRIS BOULOUS Wests Tigers fans could be forgiven for feeling a terrible sense of deja vu as for the second time this year St George Illawarra five eighth Gareth Widdop was the difference as the 2010 premiers moved within striking distance of the top eight with a 28-12 win at ANZ Stadium.

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Rugby League

Sea Eagles score convincing win

Shortfall: Manly's Kieran Foran attempts unsuccessfully to stop a Konrad Hurrell try. The Sea Eagles had the last laugh, however.

Sarah Harvey Like a rudderless ship, a depleted Warriors side showed they are nothing without Shaun Johnson, going down 22-12 to table-topping Manly in an arm wrestle at Mt Smart Stadium on Saturday.

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Rugby League

Goulburn keeps top two hopes alive

Mick Picker was impressive for the Bulldogs on Sunday.

JON TUXWORTH Goulburn has kept its Canberra Raiders Cup top two hopes alive with a 28-16 win over West Belconnen.

Rugby Union

Brumbies adamant they can learn

The Brumbies are determined to use the pain of finals defeat to drive them to a title win.

CHRIS DUTTON The ACT Brumbies have vowed to use three heartbreaking years to make them a better team.

Rugby Union

Brumbies back arch rivals

Buried: Matt Toomua says the Waratahs have the strength to win the title.

CHRIS DUTTON The Brumbies✓ have thrown their support behind the Waratahs to win their first Super Rugby title

Rugby Union

Cronje may miss John I Dent semi

Gungahlin flyhalf Lionel Cronje.

JON TUXWORTH Gungahlin's Lionel Cronje may miss the John I Dent Cup preliminary final after signing with the Coastal Sharks.

Australian Football

Pies out of the eight after loss to Adelaide

Taylor Walker celebrates a goal.

PETER HANLON Pies drop out of the eight after a fifth loss in six games, this time to the Crows by 16 points.

Australian Football

Vickery apologises for hit on Dean Cox

Richmond's Ty Vickery.

Roy Ward Ty Vickery publicly apologises to West Coast ruckman Dean Cox for knocking the Eagles star out.

NEAFL

Sydney Uni outsmart Belconnen

James Bennett was one of Belconnen's best in a badly beaten side.

DAVID POLKINGHORNE Belconnen captain Lexi Bennett said his side rested on its laurels in Sunday's loss to Sydney Uni.

Basketball

Canberra Gunners slip up

Garlon Green was impressive in a losing Gunners side.

JON TUXWORTH The Canberra Gunners' mid-season revival has come to an abrupt halt.

Hockey

University of Canberra hammers United

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LEE GASKIN University of Canberra has stayed within striking distance of the top two in women's Capital League hockey.

Basketball

Simmons misses out on Boomers

Young gun Ben Simmons believes the Boomers can contend for an Olympic Games gold medal.

LEE GASKIN Australian young gun Ben Simmons has missed out on the Boomers squad for the FIBA World Cup.

Indoor cricket

ACT Rockets take off for World Cup

Vinesh Bennett and Matthew Floros will represent Australia at the indoor cricket World Cup.

LEE GASKIN ACT's Vinesh Bennett and Matthew Floros selected in Australian men's indoor cricket team for World Cup.

Hockey

Andrew Charter's new best friend

Hillhead Hockey Club keeper Rory Kerr and Australia keeper Andrew Charter last Friday.

James Buckley Meet Rory Kerr – the next big thing in Scottish goalkeeping and Andrew Charter’s new best friend.

Football

Canberra FC has two players sent off

Canberra FC's Ian Graham received his marching orders after a second yellow card.

LEE GASKIN Canberra FC's title aspirations took a savage blow, with two players sent off in a costly 4-1 loss to FFA COE.

Rugby Union

Mowen leaves with unfinished business

Brumbies captain Ben Mowen shows his disappointment after his last game in ACT colours.

DAVID POLKINGHORNE Leaving the Brumbies without a Super Rugby title is excruciating for Ben Mowen.

Rugby Union

What we learned: Waratahs v Brumbies

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CHRIS DUTTON All the talking points out of the Brumbies' semi-final clash against the NSW Waratahs at Allianz Stadium.

Union

Queanbeyan into John I Dent Cup final

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LEE GASKIN The Queanbeyan Whites are 80 minutes away from their first John I Dent premiership in four years after squeaking past the Tuggeranong Vikings in a one-point thriller..

Locker Room

Jim Taylor notches 450 rugby games

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DAVID POLKINGHORNE Canberra sport covered - From grassroots to gossip.

Rugby League

Cornish bides his time for contract talks

Young Raiders gun Mitch Cornish is off contract at the end of next year.

JON TUXWORTH The manager of Canberra Raiders youngster Mitch Cornish says he doesn't plan on starting contract extension talks with the club ''until the timing's right''. 

Rugby League

Baptiste relishes challenge against NRL's best

Raiders rake Kurt Baptiste faces his second international opponent in as many weeks.

LEE GASKIN Canberra Raiders hooker Kurt Baptiste is engineering his future in more ways than one when he faces his second international opponent in as many weeks.

Rugby League

Aaron Gorrell makes shock comeback

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JON TUXWORTH Queanbeyan Kangaroos coach Aaron Gorrell has stopped short of confirming a full scale comeback after playing his first match in over a year since retiring through injury.

Australian Football

First quarter onslaught sets up Queanbeyan

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JON TUXWORTH An eight-goal opening burst set up a 61-point win for Queanbeyan over Eastlake in the NEAFL.

Cycling

Hayman still devastated by Tour withdrawal

Mathew Hayman, left, with his Orica-GREENEDGE teammates earlier this year.

DAVID POLKINGHORNE There's a hole inside Canberra cyclist Mathew Hayman where the Tour de France should be - a hole he knows might never be filled.

Basketball

Bairstow follows Luc Longley's lead

Boomers player Cameron Bairstow (right) has signed with the Chicago Bulls, where Australian assistant coach Luc Longley (left) won three NBA titles.

LEE GASKIN He is the Boomers bolter who has exploded in the past 12 months - Cameron Bairstow, following in the footsteps of Australian great Luc Longley in joining the Chicago Bulls.

Soccer

Tigers toy with Tuggeranong

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Kyle Papworth Tuggeranong United suffered a fifth straight Capital Football National Premier League loss, going down 3-0 to the top of the table Cooma Tigers at Kambah oval on Saturday.

Racing

Boys Day Out has trainer bullish at Moruya

Jared Dorrington.

Jared Dorrington Exciting youngster Boys Day Out will make his return to the track at Moruya on Monday following a five-month spell.

Move home gives McVerry another bite

Tom McVerry with wife Louise and 17-month-old Lucy.

CHRIS DUTTON Louise McVerry was walking through a Japanese shopping centre when she collapsed.

Rugby union headed in the right direction

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ANDREW WEBSTER Rugby. Union. Is. Back. With the Waratahs taking on the Brumbies on Saturday night, with a place in the Super Rugby final on the line, with a Tahs record crowd of more than 40,000 at Allianz Stadium looming, there is renewed, if not cautious, optimism about the code.

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NRL Round 20: Raiders vs Rabbitohs

Canberra goes down to South Sydney at GIO Stadium.

Union: Gungahlin Eagles v Wests

Gungahlin beat Wests in the semi-final at Viking Park, Erindale.

Capital League Hockey: UC v Canberra United

UC took on Canberra United at the Lyneham Hockey Centre.

Canberra City v Belconnen United

soccer: Canberra City took on Belconnen at McKellar Park.

ACT Brumbies vs NSW Waratahs semi

Waratahs win Super Rugby semi-final at Allianz Stadium.

Vikings vs Whites

Union: Tuggeranong vs Queanbeyean at Viking Park.

Bushrangers vs Kangaroos

League: Tuggeranong vs Queanbeyan at Freebody Oval.

Queanbeyan vs Eastlake

NEAFL: Queanbeyan vs Eastlake at Dairy Farmers Park.

Hockey: Australia v Malaysia in Glasgow

Australia v Malaysia at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.

Rogers wins stage 16 in Tour de France

Canberra's Michael Rogers wins his first ever Tour de France stage.

Canberra Raiders Cup: Warriors v Blues

The Blues recorded a come-from-behind victory over the Warriors.

Canberra Olympic v Tuggeranong United

Tuggeranong United were hammered 4-1 by Olympic.

Capital League: North Canberra v United

North Canberra recorded its first win of the season.

Super Rugby finals: Brumbies v Chiefs

Brumbies advance to grand final qualifier with a 32-30 win.

Storm vs Raiders

The Raiders fell 28-14 to the Storm in Melbourne.

Wests vs Queanbeyan

Queanbeyan looks to break Vikings' stranglehold over the John I Dent Cup after impressive win over Wests.

Belconnen vs Eastlake

Belconnen Magpies record emphatic win over Eastlake in NEAFL clash at Kippax.

Gymnasts in training

Australia's leading gymnasts training session at the AIS ahead.

NRL round 18: Gold Coast v Canberra

The Raiders proved too strong in a 36-20 win over the Titans.

Super Rugby Rd 19: Brumbies v Force

The Brumbies took on the Force with a finals berth up for grabs.

Kanga Cup: Under-14 girls' final

Canberra's Emerging United takes on Sydney's Colo Cougars.

ACT Brumbies captain's run

The Brumbies' final session ahead of their game against the Force.

Kanga Cup day one

Christchurch's Coastal Spirit took on Queanbeyan City at Harrison.

NEAFL: Belconnen vs Queanbeyan

NEAFL: Belconnen Magpies v Queanbeyan Tigers at Kippax Oval.

Canberra NPL: Canberra FC v Cooma

ACT Premier League: Canberra FC vs Cooma at Deakin.

NEAFL: Eastlake Vs Sydney University

NEAFL at Manuka Oval on Saturday July 5.

Liz Ellis Academy

Liz Ellis Academy at the ACT Netball Centre in Lyneham.

Rugby: Queanbeyan v Royals

John I Dent Cup, Round 12 match at Campese Field, Queanbeyan.

Federation Cup final: Belconnen v Canberra

Belconnen United snaps a 16-year Federation Cup drought.

Super Rugby: Waratahs v Brumbies

The Waratahs take on the ACT Brumbies at ANZ Stadium.

NEAFL: Eastlake Demons v Belconnen

The Eastlake Demons take on Belconnen at Manuka Oval.

NRL: West Tigers v Canberra Raiders

West Tigers v Canberra Raiders at Campbelltown Stadium.

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NRL Season 2014

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STG 14 vs SYD 34 Report Stats
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BRI 26 vs SOU 28 Report Stats
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NQL 27 vs BRI 14 Report Stats
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GCT 18 vs SOU 40 Report Stats
MEL 22 vs MAN 19 Report Stats
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STG 6 vs BUL 38 Report Stats
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SOU 14 vs MEL 27 Report Stats
BRI 22 vs GCT 8 Report Stats
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PAR 36 vs STG 0 Report Stats
CRO 20 vs WES 22 Report Stats
NQL 42 vs SYD 10 Report Stats
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CAN 20 vs PEN 26 Report Stats
BUL 16 vs NZW 12 Report Stats
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BUL 12 vs SYD 32 Report Stats
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GCT 16 vs NZW 24 Report Stats
WES 14 vs BRI 16 Report Stats
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CAN 42 vs NQL 12 Report Stats
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PEN 38 vs PAR 12 Report Stats
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SYD 26 vs CAN 12 Report Stats
NQL 22 vs MEL 0 Report Stats
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NZW 38 vs NEW 18 Report Stats
BRI 36 vs MAN 10 Report Stats
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SOU 29 vs STG 10 Report Stats
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MAN 32 vs BUL 10 Report Stats
PAR 18 vs NQL 16 Report Stats
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GCT 14 vs PEN 36 Report Stats
STG 30 vs CRO 0 Report Stats
SOU 34 vs NZW 18 Report Stats
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NEW 20 vs WES 23 Report Stats
MEL 12 vs SYD 32 Report Stats
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SOU 32 vs WES 10 Report Stats
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SYD 29 vs NEW 12 Report Stats
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BUL 12 vs PAR 22 Report Stats
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CAN 14 vs BUL 22 Report Stats
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NZW 19 vs BRI 10 Report Stats
CRO 0 vs MAN 26 Report Stats
Sun, 22 JunTimes shown AEST
MEL 46 vs PAR 20 Report Stats
GCT 18 vs STG 19 Report Stats
Mon, 23 JunTimes shown AEST
NEW 36 vs NQL 28 Report Stats
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Round 16
Fri, 27 JunTimes shown AEST
MAN 24 vs SYD 16 Report Stats
BRI 22 vs CRO 24 Report Stats
Sat, 28 JunTimes shown AEST
WES 19 vs CAN 18 Report Report Stats
NQL 20 vs SOU 18 Report Stats
Sun, 29 JunTimes shown AEST
NZW 30 vs PEN 20 Report Stats
PAR 10 vs NEW 16 Report Stats
Mon, 30 JunTimes shown AEST
STG 24 vs MEL 12 Report Stats
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Round 17
Fri, 04 JulTimes shown AEST
BUL 23 vs MAN 16 Report Stats
Sat, 05 JulTimes shown AEST
STG 27 vs NQL 24 Report Stats
SYD 28 vs CRO 30 Report Stats
Sun, 06 JulTimes shown AEST
WES 10 vs PEN 26 Report Stats
Mon, 07 JulTimes shown AEST
SOU 10 vs GCT 14 Report Stats
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Round 18
Fri, 11 JulTimes shown AEST
MAN 40 vs WES 8 Report Stats
Sat, 12 JulTimes shown AEST
NZW 48 vs PAR 0 Report Stats
MEL 4 vs BUL 6 Report Stats
Sun, 13 JulTimes shown AEST
GCT 20 vs CAN 36 Report Stats
CRO 18 vs NEW 31 Report Stats
Mon, 14 JulTimes shown AEST
PEN 35 vs BRI 34 Report Stats
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Round 19
Fri, 18 JulTimes shown AEST
CRO 18 vs NQL 36 Report Stats
PAR 12 vs SOU 32 Report Stats
Sat, 19 JulTimes shown AEST
SYD 32 vs PEN 12 Report Stats
MEL 28 vs CAN 14 Report Stats
BRI 28 vs NZW 22 Report Stats
Sun, 20 JulTimes shown AEST
NEW 8 vs GCT 22 Report Stats
WES 46 vs BUL 18 Report Stats
Mon, 21 JulTimes shown AEST
STG 12 vs MAN 21 Report Stats
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Round 20
Fri, 25 JulTimes shown AEST
NEW 16 vs SYD 12 Report Stats
BRI 8 vs MEL 30 Report Stats
Sat, 26 JulTimes shown AEST
PEN 16 vs CRO 18 Report Stats
GCT 18 vs PAR 24 Report Stats
BUL 12 vs NQL 20 Report Stats
Sun, 27 JulTimes shown AEST
NZW 12 vs MAN 22 Report Stats
WES 12 vs STG 28 Report Stats
Mon, 28 JulTimes shown AEST
CAN 18 vs SOU 34 Report Stats
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Round 21
Fri, 01 AugTimes shown AEST
MAN vs BRI 19:45BO
BUL vs PEN 19:45ANZ
Sat, 02 AugTimes shown AEST
CRO vs PAR 15:00Remondis Stadium
NQL vs GCT 17:301300
SYD vs STG 19:30AS
Sun, 03 AugTimes shown AEST
CAN vs NZW 14:00GIO Stadium
SOU vs NEW 15:00Barlow Park
Mon, 04 AugTimes shown AEST
WES vs MEL 19:00CSS
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Round 22
Fri, 08 AugTimes shown AEST
SOU vs MAN 19:45SCG
BRI vs BUL 19:45SUN
Sat, 09 AugTimes shown AEST
NEW vs MEL 17:30HS
NQL vs WES 19:301300
PAR vs CAN 21:00TIO
Sun, 10 AugTimes shown AEST
NZW vs CRO 14:00Mt Smart Stadium
STG vs PEN 15:00WIN
Mon, 11 AugTimes shown AEST
SYD vs GCT 19:00AS
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Round 23
Thu, 14 AugTimes shown AEST
SOU vs BRI 19:45ANZ
Fri, 15 AugTimes shown AEST
PAR vs BUL 19:45ANZ
Sat, 16 AugTimes shown AEST
CAN vs STG 15:00GIO Stadium
MEL vs CRO 17:30AAMI
WES vs SYD 19:30ANZ
Sun, 17 AugTimes shown AEST
NEW vs NZW 14:00HS
GCT vs MAN 15:00Cbus Super Stadium
Mon, 18 AugTimes shown AEST
PEN vs NQL 19:00Sportingbet Stadium
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Round 24
Thu, 21 AugTimes shown AEST
BUL vs WES 19:45ANZ
Fri, 22 AugTimes shown AEST
PAR vs MAN 19:45Pirtek Stadium
Sat, 23 AugTimes shown AEST
BRI vs NEW 17:30SUN
SOU vs NQL 19:30ANZ
Sun, 24 AugTimes shown AEST
NZW vs SYD 12:00Mt Smart Stadium
CRO vs CAN 14:00Remondis Stadium
STG vs GCT 15:00WIN
Mon, 25 AugTimes shown AEST
PEN vs MEL 19:00Sportingbet Stadium
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Round 25
Thu, 28 AugTimes shown AEST
BUL vs SOU 19:45ANZ
Fri, 29 AugTimes shown AEST
BRI vs STG 19:45SUN
Sat, 30 AugTimes shown AEST
NEW vs PAR 15:00HS
CAN vs WES 17:30GIO Stadium
SYD vs MEL 19:30AS
Sun, 31 AugTimes shown AEST
NZW vs GCT 14:00Mt Smart Stadium
MAN vs PEN 15:00BO
Mon, 01 SepTimes shown AEST
NQL vs CRO 19:001300
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Round 26
Thu, 04 SepTimes shown AEST
SYD vs SOU 19:45AS
Fri, 05 SepTimes shown AEST
MEL vs BRI 19:45AAMI
Sat, 06 SepTimes shown AEST
WES vs CRO 15:00VAS
CAN vs PAR 17:30GIO Stadium
NQL vs MAN 19:301300
Sun, 07 SepTimes shown AEST
NEW vs STG 14:00HS
GCT vs BUL 15:00Cbus Super Stadium
PEN vs NZW 18:30Sportingbet Stadium
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NRL Premiership - 2014 Ladder
Overall standings
Team P W L D +/- Pts
Manly 18 13 5 0 130 30
South Sydney 18 11 7 0 148 26
Penrith 18 11 7 0 60 26
Canterbury-Bankstown 18 11 7 0 30 26
Sydney Roosters 18 10 8 0 120 24
Melbourne 18 10 8 0 2 24
North Queensland 18 9 9 0 86 22
Brisbane 18 9 9 0 60 22
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