Jon Tuxworth 11:27 PM The Canberra Raiders face a big fine from the NRL after coach Ricky Stuart abruptly halted his post-game press conference after just 25 seconds after Saturday's 24-12 loss to Brisbane.
Darren Walton 7:21 AM Australia's French Open challenge is over and Nick Kyrgios's Wimbledon preparations up in the air after a day of disappointment and despair in Paris.
Jon Tuxworth 5:44 PM The Gungahlin Bulls continue to prove they are the big improvers in this year's Canberra Raiders Cup.
Michael Lynch 10:19 PM He's the man who has taken the Premier League by storm this season, the striker most of the 70,000 fans who turned up at Stadium Australia on Saturday night were keenest to see.
Michael Lynch 3:39 PM Turkeys rarely vote for Christmas, so it's hardly surprising that Sepp Blatter managed to win the FIFA election.
David Polkinghorne 7:00 PM Wallabies lock Sam Carter's Super Rugby season is over, but his World Cup dream is still alive.
David Polkinghorne 6:41 PM Stephen Larkham expects Henry Speight's form to have an impact on the Wallabies' World Cup campaign.
Lee Gaskin 8:34 PM Tuggeranong Vikings defied a late surge from Queanbeyan to hang on for a five-point victory on Saturday.
Lee Gaskin 8:37 PM Brave captain Mark Rummukainen said his team would maintain its hard-nosed approach after downing Melbourne Ice.
Adrian Proszenko 10:00 PM Trent Barrett could be coaching Manly within a fortnight in a move that would end Geoff Toovey's lifelong association with the club.
8:18 AM South Africa sevens star Seabelo Senatla scored his first two Super Rugby tries to help Western Stormers trounce the Cheetahs 42-12 Saturday and move closer to a play-offs place.
8:17 AM The Highlanders have comprehensively outplayed the Chiefs, scoring four tries to nil, including a superb effort from winger Waisake Naholo, on the way to a 36-9 Super Rugby victory in Invercargill.
Julian Guyer 5:20 AM Alastair Cook became England's highest run-scorer in Test cricket when he broke the record of batting mentor Graham Gooch at Headingley on Saturday.
Jesse Hogan 7:00 PM Darren Berry says "unfulfilled business and a passion to coach at the highest level" are the reasons why he is seeking to make an immediate return to coaching, at the helm of Sydney Sixers.
Brad Elborough 8:47 PM West Coast Eagles coach Adam Simpson says he would support any change to AFL rules that would stop rival clubs from head-hunting coaches, including assistants, in season.
Peter Hanlon 11:21 PM GWS coach Leon Cameron admitted Ryan Griffen had been nervous about facing his old side for the first time, but would not blame Griffen's meek performance in the much-anticipated rendezvous for the way the Western Bulldogs dominated his emerging team in a 45-point win on Saturday.
Luke Heighton 8:09 AM England is considering boycotting the World Cup after Sepp Blatter won a fifth term as president of world soccer's governing body.
8:09 AM Russian President Vladimir Putin has congratulated FIFA boss Sepp Blatter on his re-election as head of football's governing body, the Kremlin said on Saturday, despite a high-profile corruption scandal rocking the game.
David Polkinghorne 11:33 PM Tricolours star confident they can contend for premiership after victory in his 150th game.
Jon Tuxworth 7:46 PM Canberra golfer Brendan Jones has remained right in contention for a British Open berth.
Adam Pengilly 11:33 PM Chris Waller marched to another modern day Australian training record when Winx trounced her Queensland Oaks rivals.
Chris Roots and Adam Pengilly 11:27 PM Kaepernick threw away any chance of running in next Saturday's Stradbroke by getting on one rein in the straight at Rosehill on Saturday.
Brisbane provisionally move to the top of the ladder after 24-12 win.
Ainslie and Eastlake clash at Ainslie Football Ground in round 5.