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Aaron Finch has been axed as Australia's Twenty20 captain on the eve of the World Twenty20, with Steve Smith to replace him.
The writing was on the wall for Aaron Finch three weeks ago, but his axing as captain so close to a major tournament is further proof the national T20 side remains a distant third in priorities for Cricket Australia.
4:03 PM Australia's women's cricket team have lost momentum in the 50-over format ahead of their New Zealand tour, skipper Meg Lanning has admitted.
Western Sydney Wanderers could be stripped of competition points due to the poor behaviour of a number of supporters who ignited flares and rail detonators during Saturday's draw with Melbourne Victory.
Its just as well for Melbourne City coach John Van't Schip that he remains committed to the team's attacking philosophy, as a combination of suspension, lack of match sharpness and injury will mean he can barely field a defence for Saturday night's derby clash with Melbourne Victory.
Why Dane Gagai and Joel Thompson chose not to play in the NRL Nines .
David Polkinghorne Waratahs come from behind in 21-17 win in front of big crowd at Wagga Wagga on Saturday night.
The 10 Victorian-based AFL clubs managed to cut their debt levels but financial losses increased in 2015, and tougher trading conditions could impact their fiscal performances this year.
The fight for a greater share of the record $2.508 billion broadcast rights spoils has begun, with AFL clubs pushing for the league to follow the NRL and move to markedly increase the amount distributed to each club.
Josh Clarke books ticket to Rio with PB of 10.15 seconds in Canberra.
Jon Tuxworth At 37 and 16 years old respectively, Wests/UC openers Darren Richards and Matthew Gilkes are at opposite ends of their cricket careers.
Japanese group 1 winners Isla Bonita and Logotype, the former a previous champion three-year-old colt, will spearhead the international contingent for The Championships at Randwick in April.
Dual group 1 winner Pride Of Dubai has been retired after a veterinary examination revealed he sustained a similar injury in his Eskimo Prince Stakes flop to the one that kept him off the track for almost 10 months.
Tournament underdogs Parramatta have started the year in style.
The Warriors were facing an early exit until Shaun Johnson arrived.