Lee Gaskin 5:44 PM Former Australian captain Jodie Fields hit a six off the final ball to deny the ACT Meteors revenge on the Queensland Fire for last season's loss in the Twenty20 final.
Former rugby league star Jarryd Hayne has revealed he would have signed with a NFL franchise two weeks ago had it not been for visa issues which forced him back to Sydney.
Sebastian Hassett 1:41 PM It was a turbulent year in football for Australia in many ways - from the highs of the Western Sydney Wanderers' Asian Cup success to the Socceroos' losing run at the World Cup.
11:20 AM Only three players from newly-crowned W-League champions Canberra United have been included in Australia's preliminary 32-strong training squad for next year's Women's World Cup.
Peter Hanlon 2:04 PM Jeff Moss is 67 and still looks good in shorts. He has quirks that enhance the sense that he's easy company. The mop of dark curls and drooping mo are long gone. "I had my moustache before (Dennis) Lillee had his!" he says, with the almost self-conscious laugh that accompanies many of his recollections.
9:59 AM England have axed all-rounder Ben Stokes along with dumped skipper Alastair Cook from their struggling one-day international squad for the World Cup.
Patrick Bartley and Adam Pengilly 10:12 PM TVN and Sky Channel have shelved designs of a new long-term agreement for the sport's vision rights in NSW and Victoria until the new year after resolving to prioritise an end to the blackout before Christmas.
A thrilling W-League Grand Finals sees Canberra United defeat Perth Glory at their home ground 3-0.
Tuggeranong Valley clash with Ginninderra in the Douglas Cup at Chisholm Oval.
The moments which left sportspeople in pain and spectators wincing.
The North Canberra Gungahlin Eagles take on the Queanbeyan Blue Bags in the The Konica Cup Regional Twenty20 final at Manuka Oval.
The Canberra Capitals take on the Townsville Fire at AIS Arena in Bruce in the WNBL.
Canberra Cavalry take on Melbourne Aces at Narrabundah Ballpark in the ABL.
Blues bowling coach Geoff Lawson opens up about the Phillip Hughes tragedy and how state and national team players have coped.