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They're in: Ginninderra survive Cricket ACT finals appeal

They're in: Ginninderra survive Cricket ACT finals appeal

The competition winner will be bound for Adelaide for the National Premier Twenty20 championships.

  • by Caden Helmers

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The Canberra teen turning heads at the GWS Giants
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The Canberra teen turning heads at the GWS Giants

It's safe to say the Canberra teenager's introduction to the AFL "wasn't bad".

  • by Caden Helmers
Wests all-rounder Ethan Bartlett enjoys weekend to remember
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Wests all-rounder Ethan Bartlett enjoys weekend to remember

Bartlett scored a career-high 141 then took seven wickets to destroy table-toppers Weston Creek Molonglo.

  • by Eamonn Tiernan
Canberra United keep season alive with 1-0 win against Adelaide United
Canberra United

Canberra United keep season alive with 1-0 win against Adelaide United

Canberra must win their final two games of the season to stand any chance of making finals and coach Heather Garriock believes they will.

  • by Eamonn Tiernan
Capitals' eighth straight clinches first minor premiership since 2009
Canberra Capitals

Capitals' eighth straight clinches first minor premiership since 2009

The Canberra Capitals will host a WNBL final for the first time in eight years later this month.

  • by Eamonn Tiernan
Canberra Challenger will continue despite launch of ATP Cup

Canberra Challenger will continue despite launch of ATP Cup

Polish star Hubert Hurkacz won the Canberra Challenger on Saturday while past champions include veterans Andreas Seppi and Dudi Sela. 

  • by Eamonn Tiernan
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Canberra Cavalry go top then fall
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Canberra Cavalry go top then fall

Canberra went top of the Australian Baseball League ladder for the first time this season on Friday night.

  • by Eamonn Tiernan
Rogers says Mat Hayman will be remembered on and off the bike

Rogers says Mat Hayman will be remembered on and off the bike

Three-time world champion Michael Rogers says Canberra's champion cyclist Mathew Hayman has developed an international reputation as a selfless team man.

  • by Eamonn Tiernan
Vele Dukoski blasts rapid Cricket ACT ton
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Vele Dukoski blasts rapid Cricket ACT ton

He will have little time to bask in a scintillating century, until Sunday night at least.

  • by Caden Helmers
Garry Kirkup wins first $75,000 Highway Handicap
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Garry Kirkup wins first $75,000 Highway Handicap

Fiver-year-old mare Smart As delivered a stunning victory at Randwick on Saturday.

  • by Eamonn Tiernan
Hurkacz wins Canberra Challenger and now faces tall task in Melbourne

Hurkacz wins Canberra Challenger and now faces tall task in Melbourne

Polish star Hubert Hurkacz will play 211cm giant Ivo Karlovic in the Australian Open First round on Tuesday. 

  • by Eamonn Tiernan