11:02 PM Pakistan has defeated Zimbabwe by 20 runs to claim their first win of the World Cup.
8:19 PM Mitchell Starc is uncertain whether he will be rested on Wednesday when Australia attempt to rebuild their World Cup campaign with a match against Afghanistan in Perth.
Brad Walter 10:53 PM Manly chief executive Joe Kelly has raised concerns about the NRL owning a club that is trying to lure away star Sea Eagles halfback Daly Cherry-Evans following revelations of a meeting last week between his management and NRL head of football Todd Greenberg.
David Polkinghorne 7:04 PM Jindabyne mountain biker Tegan Molloy has finished second in the women's elite downhill on Sunday.
Michael Lynch 9:59 PM Wellington Phoneix's inability to win away against Melbourne Victory finally snapped.
Linda Pearce 6:30 PM In the early days of Wally Masur's five-year stint as Australia's Davis Cup coach from 2001, the former world No.15 was so enthusiastic about the prospects of a marquee squad that included Pat Rafter, Mark Philippoussis, and a young Lleyton Hewitt that he made what he now calls a "bizarre" declaration to then-captain John Fitzgerald about what endless glories could lie ahead.
12:30 PM Swiss tennis maestro shows his enduring class, beating the world No.1 to win the Dubai Championships.
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.