Weston Creek Molonglo have broken their finals losing run by claiming the Twenty20 cup final
One metre longer or one metre shorter and trainer Joe Cleary is celebrating his third straight Queanbeyan Cup.
Women's basketball will slide further behind rival sporting codes if a TV deal is not done, Paul Goriss says.
And Queanbeyan product Brad Haddin says the pair should've sorted things out at the time.
Weston Creek Molonglo comfortably beat Tuggeranong in the one day league on Saturday, just 24 hours before the two meet for the Twenty20 cup final.
It looms as a changing of the guard in Australian sprinting, but Canberra trainer says that won't sway his decision about whether to send his stable star Fell Swoop to the $1 million Darley Classic (1200 metres).
Louise Burrows will have nightmares about the first red card of her career on a horror day for the Wallaroos.
Queanbeyan trainer Joe Cleary has two options.
Canberra's Thoroughbred Park is a long way for Hawkesbury's Nick Mitchell to come unless he's confident.
When is an Australian not an Australian? In the Australian Baseball League of course.
Within months of his return to Tuggeranong Valley, captain Shane Devoy has led his side to the Twenty20 Cup final.
Australian Boomers leader Patrick Mills says the new-look San Antonio Spurs have bought into the club's team-first culture as they begin a post-Tim Duncan era.
Former Australian vice-captain Brad Haddin wants to do what Merv Hughes did for him in his junior days after formalising a high-performance consultant role with Cricket ACT.
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, FFA bosses Steven Lowy and David Gallop have been invited to Canberra's A-League "test" ahead of the Central Coast Mariners' return to the capital.
Tennis juniors take on world, meeting Novak Djokovic and playing in Singapore.
Canberra coach Rae Dower believes her team will boast one of the most dangerous attacking line-ups this year.
Canberra golfer Matt Millar will go from the Gold Creek driving range to rubbing shoulders with the world's best next week as he prepares to play for a slice of a $11.8 million prize purse in China.
We look at the Nick Kyrgios' meltdown, the Raiders' decision to sign David Taylor and float Matt Giteau as a Brumbies recruiting target.
Brumbies recruit Lolo Fakaosilea wants to fight Cronulla Sharks skipper Paul Gallen, but says carving out a Super Rugby career in Canberra is No. 1.
Canberra's GWS Giants women's contingent come together for the first time to start their AFL journey.