Stephen Moore's try in the second Test against England proved a consolation, but for wheelchair sport it meant plenty.
Michelle Heyman says the Matildas will leave nothing on the training paddock as they await Rio selection.
Canberra FC "shattered" to drop points at home to Belconnen United.
The West Belconnen Warriors inflicted last-minute heartbreak on the Goulburn Bulldogs on Sunday, stealing a one-point win at the death to stay within striking distance of a minor premiership charge.
ACT women's flanker Georgia O'Neill hopes her form at the national championships earns her an Aussie berth.
Andrew Charter says fellow Canberran Anna Flanagan deserves a chance to repay the faith of the Hockeyroos.
Tennis great Ken Rosewall is urging Nick Kyrgios to keep his cool as the temperamental talent spearheads Australia's most exciting Wimbledon title assault since the turn of the century.
Poor discipline proved costly for the Demons' pursuit of a second win.
The Gungahlin Eagles beat the Tuggeranong Vikings, the Queanbeyan Whites beat Wests and the ACT women's team is playing for a national championship on Sunday.
Queanbeyan Kangaroos have jumped to the top of the Canberra Raiders Cup ladder after beating the Queanbeyan Blues 27-12 on Saturday, taking revenge for a 56-0 thumping in the clash between the teams earlier this year.
Canberra FC have picked up Alex Oloriegbe at the perfect time ahead of their clash against Belconnen.
A hat-trick of winners on Friday has all but assured Matt Dale his first Canberra Trainer's Premiership title.
Tuggeranong president Annette Ellis says a White Ribbon donation could be perfect medicine for Eddie McGuire.
The Palombi sporting prowess is fuelled by extended family rivalries that deliver epic Christmas Day battles.
Todd Smart chases "bigger and better things" with Attainment, while Matthew Dale continues to dominate.
The Queanbeyan Kangaroos believe they are better placed to tackle rivals the Queanbeyan Blues.
Anna Flanagan is eligible for selection in the Australian team for Rio after her drink driving incident.
One is a damaging flanker. The other is a dashing winger.
Canberra trainer's three-year-old filly is looking to repeat her dominant five-length victory last start.
Canberra cyclist's Olympic fate is in the hands of the Australian selectors.