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  • 'We'll hold our ground': Aussies won't be combative Kohli's welcome mat

    18 November 2018 6:08 AM 40

    Rivals have noticed a marked change in Australia's conduct but Paine's side has not met an adversary capable of stirring the pot like Kohli. Australia will not want to let Kohli walk over them like a welcome mat but know their every move will come under the microscope. Kohli claimed last week that he no longer needed to engage in an argument to get into the contest

  • NSW Blue Kurtis Patterson hunts for answers

    18 November 2018 4:53 AM 35

    "I’m trying to stick to the positives, which is the fact I am getting started and being consistent in a lot of innings." One Blue that is already beginning to show signs of stardom is youngster Jason Sangha, with whom Patterson has worked in order to help the 19-year-old find his feet at Shield level. "He’s fit in seamlessly. It feels like he’s been around

  • Cavalry Aced as ABL charge yet to begin

    17 November 2018 11:19 AM 32

    They extended the lead to seven in the sixth, both Jared Cruz and Jarryd Dale bringing home runners. On a bright note for the Cavalry, Canberra product Logan Kingham's first ABL at-bat produced the visitors' opening run of the game - scoring David Kandilas. But Melbourne just inflicted more pain on the Cavalry, George hitting a home run to start a three-run

  • Red Devils and Leeds to play in Perth in 2019, SBS reports

    17 November 2018 9:07 AM 38

    “And with Leeds United pushing for promotion from the Championship we could potentially have two Premier League teams here. “After the success of Chelsea's visit to Perth in July, when more than 55,000 supporters turned out in torrential rain on a Monday night, there is clearly a strong demand for international teams to play in WA. “This also underlines

  • Fifty Stars passes Sandown audition but Weir opts not to go to Perth

    17 November 2018 8:10 AM 38

    The Darren Weir-trained Fifty Stars made it six wins from eight career starts when he stepped up to group 3 company to win the 1500-metre Sandown Stakes. But the Ben Allen-ridden galloper's triumph was not enough to book himself a ticket to Perth next week after Weir decided a couple of hours after the race not to send him to Western Australia for the Railway

  • Canberra's Brendan Jones partners up for Japanese feeding frenzy

    17 November 2018 8:08 AM 39

    Jones had just bogeyed the sixth with a three-putt, but an eagle on the very next hole kick started his climb up the leaderboard as Imahira also embarked on a hot streak. The Canberran had three birdies on the back nine and then finished off with another eagle on the 18th hole. "I played with a young guy up here, Shugo Imahira, who's leading the money

  • Sibling rivalry driving Keely Froling to Capitals stardom

    17 November 2018 7:20 AM 43 1

    Their brother Harry is making waves for the Adelaide 36ers in his return to the NBL while 17-year-old Sam has the world at his feet after the Basketball Australia centre of excellence graduate joined the NCAA's Creighton Bluejays. The bloodlines make it seem like they never had a choice when it came to playing basketball - but Keely and Alicia resisted

  • Hole-in-one hero An falls back to earth – with a thump

    17 November 2018 6:45 AM 40

    Around the same time that Cameron Percy was hitting bogeys on the third and fourth holes, a horse he part-owns, Yogi, was saluting in the $150,000 Sandown Cup. Still on the nags, John Walter, who manages top Sydney jockeys Josh Parr and Tim Clark, caddied for Aaron Pike. That's the reason Pike planned on spending the afternoon with a few beers and backing

  • Pike's blistering round compulsory viewing for good mate Jason Day

    17 November 2018 5:40 AM 30

    "I've been fortunate enough to know him 16 or 17 years. I went over there are a couple of times this year to see him in Ohio. It's sad not to see him back here, but he did just have his third kid,'' Pike told Fairfax Media. "He's really good for bouncing ideas off. The best thing about Jason is it doesn't matter if he's talking to 'Aaron Pike' who has only won a Victorian

  • Ball sits on edge of cup for 35 seconds ... and goes in

    17 November 2018 3:31 AM 39

    He was originally credited with a birdie, but an on-course rules official later told McLeod of the one-stroke penalty on the next hole. Tournament director Trevor Herden will discuss the issue with McLeod after the round and determine whether the penalty stands. The 24-year-old broke through for his first professional win last week at the NSW Open and fleetingly