Ronny Lerner 6:15 PM Ordinarily, Joe Burns would be spending Christmas Day with his family back in his hometown of Brisbane.
Jon Tuxworth Canberra product Roko Strika has backed calls for the capital to be granted a National Youth League license, adamant talented youngsters are in danger of being out of sight, out of mind unless it happens.
7:11 AM South Africa's 2007 World Cup winning coach Jake White is set to be named manager of Top 14 side Montpellier according to L'Equipe.
Australian and Queensland back-rower Aidan Guerra has agreed to a contract extension that will keep him at the Sydney Roosters until the end of 2017.
Michael Carayannis 11:00 AM From the sublime to the ridiculous - the top 10 rugby league stories of 2014.
Michael Lynch 12:56 PM Ange Postecoglou is getting used to being shot by both sides.
Sebastian Hassett 12:27 PM The Western Sydney Wanderers plan to fight their way back up the A-League table has been boosted by the signing of combative Melbourne City midfielder Nick Kalmar.
Adam Pengilly 12:44 PM The future of racing broadcaster TVN is in grave danger after it announced the NSW and Victorian shareholders had split, leaving each state to be responsible for the distribution of its broadcast rights.
Patrick Bartley 12:25 PM Beleaguered racing broadcaster TVN is now in a battle for survival after its part owner, NSW Racing yesterday walked away from the network.
The Australian cricketers posed with their families for the traditional Christmas Day photo opportunities.
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.