5:20 PM The West Indies bat first against India in Perth.
Georgina Robinson 5:28 PM Queensland rugby bosses have defended their treatment of disgraced code-hopper Karmichael Hunt, warning it is "unreasonable" to expect that elite athletes will not be tripped up by illicit drugs.
Rupert Guinness 4:22 PM The Australian Rugby Union may have formally handed down its punishment to fallen Reds star Karmichael Hunt after he pleaded guilty in court to possession of cocaine before he switched to rugby this year – that being a $30,000 fine and a six-week suspension.
Sebastian Hassett 5:37 PM Hopes of the Western Sydney Wanderers hauling themselves off the bottom of the A-League table and defending their Asian Champions League triumph have been dealt a major blow with defender Brendan Hamill sidelined for the rest of the year.
1:54 PM Chilean officials say they will back a request by former world No.1 Marcelo Rios to have the International Tennis Federation investigate whether Petr Korda committed a doping violation in the 1998 Australian Open.
Linda Pearce 5:00 PM After Roger Federer extended to 20-17 his career advantage over Novak Djokovic in the recent Dubai final, the world's top two players went very separate ways: Federer for a break; Djokovic to the central Serbian city of Kraljevo, to prepare for national duty against Croatia.
Brumbies big man Jordan Smiler opens up on his aspirations for the 2015 Super Rugby season.
South Africa take on Ireland at Manuka Oval for the 2015 ICC Cricket World Cup.
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.