First Test postponed after Hughes' death

Michael Koziol 6:56 PM   Next week's first Test between Australia and India has been postponed to allow players time to mourn the shock death of Phillip Hughes.

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Cricket

Dean pays tribute to Hughes

Not forgotten: Phillip Hughes.

Lee Gaskin   Canberra batsman Jono Dean pays tribute to Phillip Hughes, posting a photo of the former Australian batsman holding his son.

Cricket

Meteors pay tribute to fallen hero Hughes

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Lee Gaskin   The ACT Meteors and SA Scorpions pay tribute to Phillip Hughes before today's WT20 match in Adelaide. Wrap of the game as well.

Basketball

Capitals honour Hughes before vital clash

Lauren Jackson said the Capitals would honour Phillip Hughes on Saturday.

Steve Smith   Basketball superstar Lauren Jackson says the death of cricketer Phillip Hughes has hit the Capitals hard and the team plans on honouring him before Saturday night's must-win match against Adelaide in her home town Albury. 

Wallabies are on the right track  

The ambassadors: Wallabies forward Michael Hooper, the newest Test captain, gets some tips from retired halfback George Gregan, the most-capped leader of the national team.

Chris Dutton 12:40 AM   Wallabies great George Gregan and captain Michael Hooper are united in the belief Australia can win the World Cup in England next year.

Soccer

Asian Cup fever hits Canberra

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Jon Tuxworth   The Socceroos may have dropped out of the world's top 100 for the first time, but it didn't stop Canberra fans getting immersed in Asian Cup fever at the opening of the Fan Park tour in Canberra on Friday. 

Lake Ginninderra shooting for title

Lake Ginninderra College's Billy Muir, left and Mitch Brown are preparing for the Australian Schools Championships next week.

Jon Tuxworth   Lake Ginninderra College captain Mitch Brown had a front row seat to the "pretty crazy" Dante Exum show as their NBA-bound teammate led them to last year's Australian Schools Championships title. 

ACT Sport

Queanbeyan's Hunt hits the mark with maiden century

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Lee Gaskin 8:29 PM   Seventeen-year-old Henry Hunt scores his maiden century for Queanbeyan in its Douglas Cup victory against defending champions Wests/UC.

United lose chance to wrap up finals spot

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8:23 PM   Canberra United is in danger of missing a finals spot in the W-league after a 2-1 loss to the Brisbane Roar.

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Rugby Heaven

Brumbies haunted by memories of mate's death

Chris Wilson 9:00 PM   The shock death of cricketer Phillip Hughes has brought back memories of the tragic incident the ACT Brumbies endured in 2009.

Burgess makes rugby debut for Bath

Sam Burgess played in the centres for Bath.

Julian Drape 9:09 AM   Former rugby league star Sam Burgess has made his much-anticipated rugby debut for English side Bath less than two months after helping South Sydney win the NRL grand final.

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League HQ

From Schoolies to Blues camp for Raiders rookie

Lachlan Croker.

Jon Tuxworth 9:14 PM   He wasn't old enough to crack open a beer at Schoolies last week, but young Canberra Raiders five-eighth Lachlan Croker is already on NSW coach Laurie Daley's radar after making next week's Blues Elite Pathways camp. 

Burgess makes rugby debut for Bath

Sam Burgess played in the centres for Bath.

Julian Drape 9:09 AM   Former rugby league star Sam Burgess has made his much-anticipated rugby debut for English side Bath less than two months after helping South Sydney win the NRL grand final.

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Football

Western Sydney Wanderers v Sydney FC

Front and centre: Sydney FC skipper Alex Brosque.

Ash Gray 9:22 PM   The Western Sydney Wanderers take on Sydney FC in the second derby of the season, looking to avenge the previous defeat.

It is simple, Roar lack attack without Berisha, says Perth coach

Phil Lutton 9:01 PM   For all the obscure talk of philosophy and edited training patterns, it fell to Perth Glory coach Kenny Lowe to finally add some sense to the muddled discussion around Brisbane Roar's forgettable season.

Cricket

Hughes death clouds NZ Test performances

8:46 PM   One man scored New Zealand's fastest Test century, and a bowler took career-best figures. But nobody was celebrating.

Pascoe calls for ICC to ban improvised shots

Aggressive quick: Test bowler Len Pascoe in action in 1981.

Daniel Lane 8:32 PM   Len Pascoe, who was an aggressive opening bowler in the Dennis Lillee and Jeff Thomson era, said it was up to batsmen – not just fast bowlers – to change their attitude to help make cricket safer.

Racing

Bantam adds weight to Blue Diamond prospects

Andrew Garvey 8:23 PM   The Godolphin-Darley operation has won two of the past four Blue Diamond Stakes with Sepoy and Earthquake and unearthed a contender for 2015 honours with the hard fought win of Bantam, in the Adapt Australia Handicap (1000 metres) at Moonee Valley on Saturday.

Fast Lane snares treble

Andrew Garvey 8:21 PM   After scoring a winning double at Moonee Valley nine days ago and then another two winners at Seymour on Thursday, Damian Lane continued his winning form with a treble at Moonee Valley on Saturday.

Tributes roll in for Phillip Hughes

Tributes from prime ministers past and present, team mates, cricket legends for Phillip Hughes.

Hughes family: 'We are devastated'

Australia's cricket captain Michael Clarke reads a statement on behalf of the Hughes family.

Phillip Hughes' life in pictures

A look back at the short but remarkable life of Phillip Hughes.

2014 Queanbeyan Gift Carnival

2014 Queanbeyan Gift Carnival at Queanbeyan Park.

T20 Cricket: ANU v Ginninderra

Ginninderra take on the ANU in a Twenty20 match at ANU.

ODI Series: Australia v South Africa

Australia take on South Africa in game three of the one day series at Manuka Oval.

Footballer faces court over brutal tackle

FC Zurich has launched legal action after midfielder is seriously injured in a horror tackle.

Batsman's skull fractured by bouncer

Pakistani batsman Ahmed Shehzad's career-best Test innings brought to a dramatic end.

Cheika insists there's more to come

Coach believes his Wallabies side can get better and still have quality to add to their squad.

Canberra Capitals v West Coast Waves

The West Coast Waves take on the Canberra Capitals at AIS Arena, November 9.