Matt Jones wins the Australian Open

Matt Murnane 5:07 PM   Australian Matt Jones has won the 2015 Australian Open, seeing off defending champion and world No.1 Jordan Speith by one stroke.

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Fury beats Klitschko to be new world champ

Battle of the big men: Ukraine's Wladimir Klitschko, right, and Britain's Tyson Fury exchange blows in their world heavyweight title fight for Klitschko's WBA, IBF, WBO and IBO belts in the Esprit Arena in Duesseldorf, Germany.

10:21 AM   Tyson Fury is the new heavyweight boxing champion of the world after upsetting Wladimir Klitschko on points in Germany.

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Socceroos legend Marston dies, aged 89

Pioneer: Joe Marston with Socceroos star Bailey Wright in 2014.

Dominic Bossi 12:28 PM   One of the founding fathers of football in Australia, Joe Marston, has passed away at the age of 89.

Millar's on a recharge mission

Canberra's Matt Millar hopes to refocus and aim for a spot at the World Golf Championships.

Chris Dutton 3:34 PM   Canberra golfer Matt Millar hopes he can recharge and refocus in time to force his way up the Australian Order of Merit and earn a spot at the lucrative World Golf Championship.

Fell Swoop could tackle G1 sprint first-up

Canberra trainer Matthew Dale and Fell Swoop.

Mathew Toogood 4:26 PM   Canberra trainer Matthew Dale is looking to thrust Fell Swoop into the Group One cauldron at his first run from a spell.

Cavalry hitters go to town on Bite

Canberra Cavalry player Jason Leblebijian celebrates with teammates after scoring a run in Sunday's 12-7 win against Adelaide.

Lee Gaskin 5:11 PM   It was a rough day for anyone named Aaron Thompson, but the Canberra Cavalry covered for their starting and closing pitchers to end their Sunday hoodoo.

Velocity women through to ATL finals

Alison Bai helped lift the Canberra Velocity into the Asia-Pacific League finals.

4:00 PM   The Canberra Velocity women's team has marched into the Asia-Pacific Tennis League finals after a 5-1 thumping of the Western Sydney Warriors on Sunday.


Dean in doubt for Big Bash

Jono Dean plays a shot on the on side against Victoria.

Lee Gaskin   ACT Comets star Jono Dean will have scans on Monday to determine the extent of a finger injury that could put him in doubt for the start of the Big Bash League.


Capitals add more pain to horror season

Capitals guard Abbey Wehrung played her guts out as Canberra slumped to a 10th consecutive loss.

Chris Dutton 10:24 PM   The Canberra Capitals sit on the cusp of unwanted records and the longest losing streak in their history.

League HQ

Golden try under consideration for NRL finals matches

The try by Cowboys centre Kyle Feldt in the dying seconds of last year's NRL grand final that led to extra time.

Brad Walter 8:09 PM   A try may be needed to decide finals matches in extra time if the NRL adopts an NFL rule in which the game continues for another set after a field goal to give the other team a chance to win or level the scores.

NRL to meet angry Manly officials over player burnout fears from draw

Welfare concerns: Manly coach Trent Barrett will meet with Todd Greenberg to discuss the 2016 NRL draw and how it affects his team.

Brad Walter 5:32 PM   Manly's last seven matches are in Sydney but the Sea Eagles fear their grueling schedule could take its told before then


Rugby Heaven

New generation Lomax ready to break free from dad's shadow

Brumbies giant Tyrel Lomax lifts up Lachlan, 7, and Nicolas, 8, at the Budding Brumbies school clinics.

Chris Dutton   He's a gentle giant with rugby-league mongrel in his blood, but the ACT Brumbies have a plan to turn Tyrel Lomax into a Super Rugby monster.

From sprinting to rugby for Melbourne athlete

Ellia Green turned her back on sprinting to take up rugby.

Larissa Nicholson   The only Melburnian in the Australian women's rugby sevens squad could have gone down a very different path.



Josh Hazlewood answers his captain's call in coming of age moment

Pink ball wizard: Josh Hazlewood celebrates taking five wickets against New Zealand.

Andrew Wu 9:53 PM   Former Test great Glenn McGrath says Josh Hazlewood's heroics in Adelaide is a coming of age moment that shows he is capable of becoming Australia's pace spearhead.

Run-fests no more as bowlers take control in Adelaide

Mitch Marsh of Australia takes the long handle.

Jesse Hogan 9:41 PM   The extent to which batsmen struggled in Adelaide would have exceeded even the most pessimistic of forecasts.


Tiger candidate: there won't be blood

RIchmond logo.

Jake Niall   One of the candidates in the fierce¬†Richmond election¬†says he is not "challenging" the club board and wants "evolution rather than revolution" at Tigerland.

WADA likens Essendon to BALCO case

WADA director-general David Howman.

Samantha Lane   The World Anti-Doping Agency has highlighted the watershed BALCO case, which condemned international stars such as Marion Jones without any positive tests, as a relevant precedent for prosecuting Essendon footballers.



Wanderers joint top of the A-League after laboured win over Mariners

Western Sydney Wanderers celebrate after a goal by Mitch Nichols against Central Coast Mariners.

Dominic Bossi 9:02 PM   After narrowly avoiding the wooden spoon last year, the Wanderers are now joint top of the league after fifth win in a row.

FFA to introduce appeals process for banned fans

The empty Wanderers section of Central Coast Stadium.

Dominic Bossi 7:49 PM   Governing body has vowed to finally open an appeals process for banned spectators after about 1000 Wanderers fans walked out of Sunday's game against Central Coast.


ACT Sport

Familar foes square off for one-day title

Weston Creek Molonglo batsman Harry Medhurst scored 77 from 60 balls in Sunday's semi-final against Wests/UC at Jamison Oval.

Lee Gaskin 8:11 PM   Weston Creek Molonglo will be aiming for revenge in the Gallop Cup final after setting up a rematch of their thrilling Twenty20 decider.

First female cricketer in ACT men's first-grade competition

Weston Creek Molonglo bowler Kira Churchland became the first female to play in the Cricket ACT first-grade competition in Sunday's Gallop Cup semi-final against Wests/UC at Jamison Oval.

Lee Gaskin 7:05 PM   ACT Meteors bowler Kira Churchland is the first woman to play in the 87-year history of the Cricket ACT men's first-grade competition.


Horse Racing

Fell Swoop could tackle G1 sprint first-up

Canberra trainer Matthew Dale and Fell Swoop.

Mathew Toogood 4:26 PM   Canberra trainer Matthew Dale is looking to thrust Fell Swoop into the Group One cauldron at his first run from a spell.

Racing's image suffers as cobalt cases drag on

The cobalt hearing for trainer Mark Kavanagh starts on Monday.

Patrick Bartley 4:04 PM   In the racing and disciplinary appeals board on Monday the second set of cobalt charges in Victoria begin. Trainers Danny O'Brien, Mark Kavanagh and Flemington vet Tom Brennan face multiple charges over elevated cobalt levels from their horses.


Who is Tyson Fury?

The new heavyweight boxing world champion is well known for bizarre rants and antics.

Victory hold off Reds

Melbourne Victory survive a bruising encounter with Adelaide United to triumph 2-1 at Etihad Stadium.

PSG's first game since Paris attacks

Edinson Cavani ends a nine-game goal drought in emotional match.

Spieth and Scott upstaged by Tighe

Jordan Spieth and Adam Scott upstaged at the Australian Open.

Brad Thorn joins the Queensland Reds

All Blacks and Broncos legend Brad takes up new role with Reds.

World watches a cricketing experiment

teve Smith says he is excited to be part of history on Friday.

Djokovic reflects on 'incredible' season

Novak Djokovic says he couldn't have asked for a better finish.

Kane dominates in London derby

Harry Kane scored twice for Spurs in their 4-1 win over West Ham.

Rory McIlroy elated with Dubai double

Golfer Rory McIlroy wins the DP World Tour Championship.

Queanbeyan Gift 2015 men's, women's finals

Scenes from the Queanbeyan Gift finals at Queanbeyan Park.