South Africa's 2007 World Cup winning coach Jake White is set to be named manager of Top 14 side Montpellier according to L'Equipe.
Australian and Queensland back-rower Aidan Guerra has agreed to a contract extension that will keep him at the Sydney Roosters until the end of 2017.
Michael Carayannis From the sublime to the ridiculous - the top 10 rugby league stories of 2014.
Michael Lynch 4:24 PM Melbourne Victory's decision to extend Kevin Muscat's contract by a further three seasons and give the club legend a real chance to put his stamp on the club as a coach in the way that he did as a player is to be applauded.
Jesse Hogan 6:00 PM Rob Quiney is not one for sugarcoating. He knows the only reason he is getting a game for Melbourne Stars on Sunday night in Brisbane is because Kevin Pietersen is having a white Christmas back in England. His concern lies not with a status as a back-up player but how badly the Stars need a first win for this Big Bash League season.
Patrick Bartley 5:29 PM Racing executives in Sydney and Melbourne are questioning how the beleaguered broadcaster TVN has managed to have a budget of nearly $20 million a year but remain in debt.
Matt Jones 4:45 PM Chris Waller is going to the Magic Millions Stayers Cup with Amovatio after he convinced him he was a good chance with a strong win in an open 1550-metre handicap at Canterbury on Saturday.
The Australian cricketers posed with their families for the traditional Christmas Day photo opportunities.
A thrilling W-League Grand Finals sees Canberra United defeat Perth Glory at their home ground 3-0.
Tuggeranong Valley clash with Ginninderra in the Douglas Cup at Chisholm Oval.
The moments which left sportspeople in pain and spectators wincing.
The North Canberra Gungahlin Eagles take on the Queanbeyan Blue Bags in the The Konica Cup Regional Twenty20 final at Manuka Oval.
The Canberra Capitals take on the Townsville Fire at AIS Arena in Bruce in the WNBL.
Canberra Cavalry take on Melbourne Aces at Narrabundah Ballpark in the ABL.
Blues bowling coach Geoff Lawson opens up about the Phillip Hughes tragedy and how state and national team players have coped.