8:17 AM The All Blacks have hit their straps in the last half-hour to beat Tonga 47-9 in Newcastle and end a stuttering Rugby World Cup pool campaign on a high.
Chris Dutton 8:22 PM Israel Folau and Bernard Foley face the prospect of almost two years of non-stop rugby and will walk the fine line between burnout and maximising their earning potential when they juggle Wallabies, Super Rugby and Japanese duties at the same time.
Daniel Lane 7:50 PM Just as India's master batsman Sachin Tendulkar created history in 1992 by becoming the first overseas cricketer to play for Yorkshire, England's off-spinner Laura Marsh has broken new ground as the first overseas player to represent the NSW Breakers.
Jamie Marcuson 7:45 PM An Ed Cowan century powered NSW to a total of 264 against Western Australia
8:31 PM Central Coast have delivered on their intent to entertain with a 3-2 opening-round win A-League home win over Perth.
Jon Tuxworth 10:21 PM An undermanned and undersized Canberra Capitals' were overrun 80-72 by Dandenong Rangers on Saturday.
Andrew Garvey 10:42 PM It was group 1 win number 53 for Chris Waller after Press Statement made his own statement after leading all the way from the outside gate to take out the $1 million Caulfield Guineas.
After a last second try in regular time, North Queensland's Johnathan Thurston wins the NRL grand final with a field goal, beating the Brisbane Broncos 17-16.
All the action as the Brisbane Broncos take on the North Queensland Cowboys for the 2015 NRL grand final.
Wallabies' prop Sekope Kepu sets up Bernard Foley's stunning first try with a ridiculous flick pass during Australia's defeat of England in the Rugby World Cup.
Australia's coach Michael Cheika praises his side for successfully silencing a âtsunami of noiseâ at Twickenham.
Bernard Foley stars for the Wallabies with two tries as England collapse at Twickenham.
Hawthorn forward Cyril Rioli wins the Norm Smith Medal in the AFL grand final.
Hawthorn captain Luke Hodge kicks a contender for best goal of the 2015 grand final.
Hawthorn seals the 2015 AFL premiership with an easy win over the West Coast Eagles.