Richard Shute 5:07 PM Follow full live coverage of the clash between the Wests Tigers and the Parramatta Eels.
Michael Carayannis 2:46 PM Robbie Farah will get one last crack to prove his fitness for the Blues.
David Polkinghorne 8:13 PM Henry Speight has been granted compassionate leave to return to Fiji following the death of his grandfather.
Nathan Lyon 4:59 PM Australia's Test spinner writes he will be forever indebted to Ryan Harris.
Cameron Houston 8:58 AM The devastated family of Phil Walsh has released a public statement expressing their gratitude for the national outpouring of grief following the death of the respected Adelaide coach.
5:10 PM Lawrence Thomas and Jesse Makarounas have extended their stay at A-League champions Melbourne Victory.
Megan Levy 3:03 PM Carli Lloyd stole the show in the World Cup final, notching up a hat-trick of goals in the US' trouncing of defending champions Japan.
Michael Lynch 5:09 PM Racing Victoria stewards will probe the now world-famous sandwich spat between Pakenham Racing club chief Michael Hodge and Torquay-based trainer Bryce Stanaway.
The West Belconnen Warriors take on the Gungahlin Bulls on a frosty Canberra day in local first grade rugby league.
The Monaro Panthers take on Tuggeranong United at Riverside Stadium in the Canberra National Premier League.
Sporting events across Australia pause to pay tribute to Adelaide Crows coach Phil Walsh, as fans gather at the Adelaide Oval on Sunday afternoon.
The Saints pull off a stunning 110-point thrashing of Essendon in Jobe Watson's 200th game.
Steve Matai and Jorge Taufua form a lethal left edge combination for the Sea Eagles, while Daly Cherry-Evans bags a try just days after being dropped from Origin.
After announcing his immediate retirement from all forms of cricket, Ryan Harris insists he has no regrets from his career.
Coach Norio Sasaki believes Japanâs pace and skill will give them the upper hand over the United States in the FIFA Women's World Cup final in Vancouver.
United States coach Jill Ellis believes Japan's FIFA Women's World Cup victory in 2011 gave other nations a blueprint for future success, as the two teams prepare for the 2015 decider.
Fremantle skipper Matthew Pavlich lifted when it mattered most to help his side overcome a plucky Brisbane outfit.