Vince Rugari 10:34 PM Brisbane Roar have dodged A-League disaster, salvaging a 2-2 draw against plucky Newcastle in Friday night's clash at Suncorp Stadium.
4:05 PM Australia batsman Adam Voges has lifted his Test average past 100 to go past the great Don Bradman's iconic mark.
Craig Foster 3:15 PM The new FFA board is about to begin work. A thousand mouths are waiting to be fed: the A-League, youth development, schools programs, grass roots, national teams. But one issue stands above all and upon which all others are ultimately dependent: the final and full alignment of the game from top to bottom, with complete integration of state and territory member federations.
Sebastian Hassett 2:59 PM There were so many on-field points of interest that popped up from last weekend's match - it's just a shame we never got to talk about any of them.
5:56 PM A harrowing one-time-only video review of last year's heartbreaking NRL grand final loss has helped Brisbane's shattered players move on and ready themselves to go one better in 2016.
Adrian Proszenko 3:09 PM Cronulla coach Shane Flanagan predicts Jack Bird can a similar impact to Josh Dugan in the No.1 jersey ahead of the Dally M rookie of the year's first game at fullback.
Duncan Taylor will start at centre for Scotland against Wales in the Six Nations on Saturday, the only change to coach Vern Cotter's starting line-up that lost their opener to England.
Fergus McFadden has been drafted into Ireland's Six Nations squad to face France, with Simon Zebo unable to overcome his knee injury.
Zac Lowe 6:24 PM Adam Tett will take the field against Weston Creek this weekend for his 100th match, but he is adamant that his only focus is winning the match.
Michael Lynch 5:54 PM Darren Weir's tough as teak galloper Mahuta booked himself a place in the Australian Guineas field when he made it six wins on the spin in the Group 2 Hyland colours Autumn Stakes at Caulfield on Saturday.
Andrew Garvey 5:19 PM She still has some way to go but it would take a brave pundit to predict that Heatherly cannot follow in the hoof prints of the previous two Rubiton Stakes winners and quickly annex a group one. Those two horses were Chautauqua and Lankan Rupee and the way Heatherly demolished a smart field in Saturday's G2 Rubiton Stakes (1100m) that group one win could even come in Saturday week's Oakleigh Plate.
It's been the season from hell but it won't end winless for the Caps.
Clarke to play for Wests against Randwick Petersham next week.
Tournament underdogs Parramatta have started the year in style.