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Motorsport: Mark Webber has returned to Australia to consider his future as the corrosive atmosphere within his Red Bull Formula One team hits an all-time low.
League: Richie Fa'aoso of Manly has been charged with a grade three dangerous contact by the NRL match review committee. He faces three weeks on the sidelines if he pleads guilty, four if he is found guilty.
The incident resulted in Ashley Harrison being stretchered off the field during the Sea Eagles' clash against the Titans on Saturday night.
Cricket: New Zealand made an early breakthrough on Monday after setting England the huge target of 481 to win the deciding third cricket Test in Auckland.
But the Black Caps could have had a second wicket before the tourists reached 1-45 at tea of the fourth day, with skipper Alastair Cook on 19 and Jonathan Trott on 24.
England lost Nick Compton for two after he edged a Tim Southee delivery to wicketkeeper BJ Watling to leave England at 1-2.
League: Brad Walter writes that the NRL has already split into the haves and have nots and only the Bulldogs among the bottom teams have any chance of rising up the ladder.
Brad Walter: League: South Sydney's Matt King has been ruled out for 16 weeks after again breaking his arm during Saturday’s game for the North Sydney Bears in the NSW Cup competition.
King broke his arm in last year’s finals series against the Melbourne Storm and was returning to the field in Saturday’s NSW Cup fixture.
Cricket: Tasmania have turned a matchwinning first-innings lead into a potential loss after a disastrous start to their second innings in the Sheffield Shield final.
Tasmania lead by 227 runs needing to draw the match to win the Shield but Ryan Harris has ripped in and taken 4-10 as the Tigers have slipped to 5-33.
Ricky Ponting trudges off after being dismissed by Ryan Harris. Photo: Getty Images
Motorsport. Here's what Paul Stoddart, former owner of the Minardi Formula One team, had to say about the Mark Webber-Sebastian Hassett furore.
'I would have run Vettel off the track'
Sebastian Vettel has lost respect for unfairly overtaking Red Bull teammate Mark Webber to win the Malaysian Grand Prix, according to former Minardi owner Paul Stoddart.PT5M6S http://www.canberratimes.com.au/action/externalEmbeddedPlayer?id=d-2gowt 620 349 March 25, 2013
Basketball. LeBron James finished with 32 points, 10 assists and eight rebounds as the Miami Heat won their 26th straight NBA game, cruising to a 109-77 victory over the Charlotte Bobcats.
Some of the world’s best athletes were courtside on Sunday.Top-ranked men’s tennis player Novak Djokovic was there, along with Rory McIlroy, who sits on top of the golf rankings for at least one more night, and world heavyweight boxing champion Wladimir Klitschko.
And James responded with another sterling performance, making 11 of 14 shots while helping Miami move within seven wins of matching the 1971-72 Los Angeles Lakers for the league record of 33 in a row. Norris Cole scored 15 and Ray Allen added 14 for the Heat, who played without Dwyane Wade, held from the lineup because of right knee soreness that the team believes is minor.
Glenn Jackson: League. Parramatta sign Brisbane's Corey Norman - but they've been burnt before.
Parramatta have signed Brisbane's Corey Norman on a three-year deal. #dontmentionround13— Glenn Jackson (@Glenn__Jackson) March 25, 2013
League. Parramatta have signed young Brisbane Broncos fullback Corey Norman on a three-year deal starting in the 2014 NRL season.
The Eels will confirm Norman’s signing at a press conference in Sydney on Monday afternoon after finalising some contract details over the weekend.
It’s understood the 21 year-old, who’s been in the Broncos system since he was a teenager and identified as Darren Lockyer’s five-eighth replacement, has signed for close to $1.5 million until 2016.
Norman, who’ll play his 50th game for Brisbane against Melbourne at Suncorp on Friday night, made his debut for the Broncos in round one against North Queensland in 2010. Brisbane were very keen to retain Norman and stepped up negotiating with him amid rumours the Eels already had his signature.
Cricket. As Australia’s cricketers attempt to recover from the hammering they’ve taken in India they’re could be worse news on the horizon.
The Kiwis might beat the Poms in the Third Test at Eden Park.
Chasing 475 to win, England are 1 for 6 with Alaistair Cook (1) and Jonathan Trott (3) the not out batsmen.
Motocross. Australian motocross star Chad Reed will miss at least three weeks of competition to have further surgery on the knee he damaged so badly last year.
The 31-year-old will go under the knife on Tuesday for a second time since he tore an anterior cruciate ligament in a horrific crash in the seventh round of the US AMA Supercross series in Dallas last February, ending his 2012 season.
The former world and AMA champion said he was excited about getting the knee fixed, after just missing out on a podium finish at Sunday’s Toronto round of the 2013 AMA championship. ‘‘My knee surgery that I had last year unfortunately has not healed 100 per cent. I got to a level and it never progressed past that,’’ said Reed.
Motorsport. Mark Webber obviously wasn't impressed with Sebastian Vettel's decision to ignore team orders. Vote in the poll.
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Tennis. World No.1 Novak Djokovic cruised into the fourth round of the Miami ATP Masters and WTA tournament on Sunday with a 6-2 6-4 victory over India’s Somdev Devvarman.
Djokovic remained on course for a third straight title on the hardcourts of Key Biscayne and will battle German veteran Tommy Haas for a place in the quarter-finals.
The 25-year-old Serbian, who won the title in 2007, 2011 and 2012, had little trouble against Devvarman, who has fallen to 254th in the world after a near-seven month absence last season with a shoulder injury.
Golf. Spanish golfer Sergio Garcia might want to change his name to Tarzan.
Garcia provided an amazing highlight on Sunday at the Arnold Palmer Invitational in Florida when he climbed five metres into an oak tree and played a shot back out to the fairway.
Andrew Wu: Cricket. The recent humiliation in India has already sparked the call for wholesale changes but like it or not Australia are stuck with the lot who flopped so spectacularly on the subcontinent.
Today's back page of The Sydney Morning Herald features a picture of reinstated Cronulla coach Shane Flanagan celebrating victory in the dressing room with his players.
Roy Masters has another exclusive with an email trail linking the four sacked members of the Sharks' football department demonstrating they feared possible doping breaches at least two months before Stephen Dank was told to leave.