Emma Kemp 8:01 PM Newcastle pull off a major upset at Hunter Stadium to beat highly-fancied Melbourne City 2-1.
3:55 PM The Carolina Panthers and Denver Broncos gathered at Levi's Stadium for team pictures on Saturday after proclaiming themselves fit and raring to go for Super Bowl 50.
7:19 PM Perth Glory coach Kenny Lowe's focus is still firmly fixed on the A-League play-offs, his hopes bolstered by a gritty 1-0 win over the Phoenix in Wellington.
8:33 AM Monday's trans-Tasman ODI series finale could pit legspinner against legspinner, with New Zealand adding Ish Sodhi to their squad.
Andrew Drummond 1:11 AM India post five-wicket win over Southern Stars in the third and final ODI match in Hobart.
6:00 AM A goal in added time by Diego Costa earned Chelsea a 1-1 draw against Manchester United on Sunday and preserved Guus Hiddink's unbeaten record while denying Dutch compatriot Louis van Gaal victory.
4:52 AM Sacked Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho says he's not enjoying his time out of work and will soon be back in management.
Saturday's NRL All Stars match could be the last in its current format with the fixture in jeopardy, while the National Youth Competition may end as soon as this year.
The group of kids was waiting when the bus carrying Greg Inglis and the other players attending the NRL indigenous leadership camp arrived at their tented site on Stradbroke Island.
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.
AFL West Coast's prodigal son Ben Cousins is not taking on any kind of permanent role with his former club - but recently returned to the fold to support the child of another former Eagles favourite, the late Chris Mainwaring.
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.
The message from punters around the country to warring administrators should be simple: you won't get our money until you fix this mess. Maybe only some self imposed betting bans will cure racing's ills.
A raft of changes to the minimum weights for major handicap races across NSW - increasing the demand for lightweight jockeys - is set to come into effect this autumn carnival to avoid the embarrassment of last year's Epsom and The Metropolitan debacle.
Tournament underdogs Parramatta have started the year in style.
The Warriors were facing an early exit until Shaun Johnson arrived.