DAVID POLKINGHORNE 7:56pm Canberra FC is investigating a series of incidents and wants those responsible punished.
CHRIS DUTTON 10:00pm Opals star Liz Cambage to miss up to a year after rupturing her Achilles tendon.
CHRIS DUTTON 10:00pm Former Canberra Raiders coach calls for refereeing consistency in the NRL finals.
BRAD WALTER Trent Hodkinson feared the worst after hearing a "pop" in his left knee during Saturday night's finals defeat of Manly.
CHRIS BARRETT 8:00pm South Sydney coach Michael Maguire has declared his Rabbitohs "a different team" to the one felled in preliminary finals in the past two years.
MICHAEL CHAMMAS 12:27pm Ben Murdoch-Masila blamed himself for a long time after Mosese Fotuaika took his own life, but the memory of his best friend now lives on through his daughter.
STEVE MASCORD 10:00pm That was the best weekend of football I can remember in 34 years of going to matches.
BRAD WALTER 10:00pm NRL officials will not consider any changes to the sinbinning rules in regards to players throwing punches.
MICHAEL CHAMMAS 8:00pm In the lead up to Saturday's final, Bulldogs five-eighth Josh Reynolds approached skipper Michael Ennis about exploiting the rule that rewards the attacking team if the ball hits the referee.
ANDREW WU 4:14pm Former Hawthorn legend Leigh Matthews says the Hawks' dreams of winning back-to-back flags will be dashed should Lance Franklin have another red-letter day for Sydney in the grand final.
JESSE HOGAN Hawthorn's Jarryd Roughead will put his enduring friendship with former teammate Lance Franklin on hold during next weekend's grand final against Sydney.
JESSE HOGAN 8:49pm Sydney co-captain Kieren Jack is expected to escape punishment, ensuring his availability for the grand final, for an act players have been warned against committing.
LIAM MANNIX 10:38am Robbie Gray is the man most likely to hurt the bookies come the end of the Brownlow count.
EMMA QUAYLE 6:48pm Cyril Rioli wants and feels ready to play for Hawthorn in Saturday's grand final, with the club facing an enormous decision on whether to slot the brilliant forward back into the side.
CAROLINE WILSON 7:50am The 34 past and present Essendon players facing anti-doping bans will distance themselves from any further legal manoeuvring by the Bombers, with some now contemplating a deal with ASADA in a bid to accelerate their return to the AFL.
DAVID POLKINGHORNE 8:56pm Back in her favourite position, Stephanie Oches proved to be the difference against Adelaide United.
Julian Guyer Arsenal stopped Aston Villa going top of the Premier League courtesy of a 3-0 win on Saturday with the much-criticised Mesut Ozil on target.
Cristiano Ronaldo netted his 27th career hat-trick and Gareth Bale struck twice as Real Madrid bounced back in style from consecutive defeats with a thumping 8-2 La Liga win at Deportivo La Coruna on Saturday.
LIAM MANNIX 5:06pm Melbourne Victory fans have never seen a player like Besart Berisha, says Victory veteran Archie Thompson.
SEBASTIAN HASSETT 8:00pm For all the positive headlines and publicity that Sydney FC might have enjoyed in the A-League's first decade, very little of it has been to do with the development of Australian players.
RUPERT GUINNESS 9:56pm If Schalk Burger plays for the Springboks against the Wallabies on Saturday after being recalled from his club in Japan, Michael Hooper can expect a bruising encounter he will long remember.
DAVID POLKINGHORNE 6:46pm Canberra sprinter puts lays to rest a year that had literally been a pain in the butt.
JESSE HOGAN 4:46pm The burgeoning Mitch Marsh story is poised to get a significant new chapter, a Test debut, after Shane Watson was ruled out of next month's series against Pakistan.
DAVID POLKINGHORNE 9:04pm ACT Meteors coach Andrew Dawson is confident captain Kris Britt is on track for a bumper Women's National Cricket League campaign.
PATRICK BARTLEY 11:06pm The Group 1 $400,000 Sir Rupert Clarke Stakes at Caulfield next Sunday looks set to be oversubscribed when acceptances are taken.
Canberra United take on Adelaide United in round two of the 2014/15 W-league season in Adelaide.
Scenes from the women's hockey grand final between St Patrick's and Central at the Lyneham Hockey Centre.
Some Australia's best cyclists turned out for the National Capital Tour, held between Old and New Parliament House.
Preliminary Final: Hawthorn 15-7-97 beat Port Adelaide 13-16-94.
Central took on Goulburn in the men's grand final.
Cooma Tigers took on Bonnyrigg White Eagles at the AIS.
All the grand final action at Canberra Stadium in Bruce.
W-League round one action at Campbelltown Sports Stadium.
Hocky ACT women's first grade preliminary final in Lyneham.
Belconnen United v ACTAS at McKellar Park, Canberra.
Belconnen United beats Canberra FC in thriller at Deakin Stadium.
Goulburn takes on Old Canberrans at Lyneham Hockey Centre.
Queanbeyan Blues take victory over Goulburn Workers Bulldogs.
All the first grade women's hockey action at Lyneham.
Raiders end the year on a high against Eels at GIO Stadium.
Preliminary final action of Capital Football National Premier League.
National Rugby Championship action from Vikings Park.
Les McIntyre awards night held at The Roos Club, Queanbeyan.
Queanbeyan take on Goulburn in the preliminary final.
Canberra Grammar take on St Edmunds at Viking Park.
Canberra NPL elimination final at Deakin Stadium.
Central take on St Pats at the National Hockey Centre.
NRL Round 25: Raiders defeat the Tigers at Canberra Stadium.
The ACT Brumbies end of season Ball was held on Saturday.
Action from the National Premier League qualifying final at McKellar.
Canberra takes on Cronulla at Remondis Stadium, Sydney.