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11 October 2018 2:24 AM Show jumper Stephen Dingwall keen to deny competitor $50,000 pay day

Murrumbateman show jumper Stephen Dingwall is determined to deny rival Tom McDermott a potential $50,000 pay day when they clash in Canberra this weekend. McDermott won the NSW Country Championships in Wagga last week and is gunning for the NSW Showjumping Championships title in the capital, which will earn him a crack at the triple crown in December 8

6 October 2018 7:42 AM Oh brother: O'Dea's day at Randwick as Sesar and Doubt Defying salute

The Roman Consul was his starting point, with the Carbine Club Stakes or Coolmore Stud Stakes possible targets in Melbourne. O’Dea said the two half-brothers out of Black Opal winner Sarthemare have been linked since Proven Thoroughbreds bought Sesar at the Easter sale in 2017. “I hadn’t had a Sydney winner before today. To come down here and have two half-brothers 9

5 October 2018 1:57 PM Cycling world to converge on the 'Gong at road world titles

“The championships will see junior, under-23 and elite male and female athletes compete across the Road Race, Individual and Team Time Trial events, creating a world-class event for spectators.” It is the third international event the NSW government has secured as part of its “10 World Cups in 10 years” campaign after winning the rights to the men’s 10

2 October 2018 11:39 PM British champion jockey booked for one of the Cup favourites

English trainer Roger Charlton has snapped up British champion jockey Silvestre de Sousa to ride one of the Melbourne Cup favourites Withold. De Sousa, a Brazilian who has long made Britain home, is familiar with the Tony Bloom-owned stayer as he won the marathon Cesarewitch Handicap (3600 metres) on him at Newmarket in 2017, landing a substantial gamble 9

2 October 2018 10:07 PM 2019 AFL premiership betting: West Coast sceptics still behind the eight ball

The doubt was still there as September rolled along, with even Melbourne — who the Eagles smashed by 66 points in a preliminary final — favoured more to win the flag before that clash in Perth, despite playing in their first finals series since 2006. An inaugural interstate club in the AFL, the Eagles weren't favoured to win the 2018 grand final, despite 10

2 October 2018 4:29 AM Grand final hero's game rated best finals performance ever

The Shuey score of 35.7 is based on several key statistics that measure how effective each of the 44 players afield were, with the Victorian native smashing the previous high mark set in last year's grand final by the rampaging Dustin Martin, who picked up the Norm Smith and Brownlow medals in Richmond's drought-breaking 2017. Champion Data rated Martin 10

30 September 2018 6:00 AM Beth Mooney returns to the scene of her finest hour

England opener Wyatt blasted a remarkable 56-ball ton to snatch a win for England - but the Australians didn't help themselves with four dropped catches under Manuka Oval's diamonds in the sky. Mooney still can't put her finger on why everything went right on the night of November 21, 2017 - well, from a personal perspective at least. "You like to live life on the edge as a batter 6

30 September 2018 5:10 AM Belconnen United sign former Raider Sam Mataora

Belconnen United have further bolstered their roster signing former Canberra Raiders and Newcastle forward Sam Mataora as coach Scott Logan continues his push to lift the Sharks out of the Canberra Raiders Cup cellar. The 27-year-old played 63 NRL games across seven seasons with the Raiders and the Knights, as well as three Tests for the Cook Islands 6

18 September 2018 2:31 AM Who would you pick as Canberra's sporting champion for 2018?

Who would you pick as Canberra's best: Josh Papalii or David Pocock? Keely Small or Nick Kyrgios? Kelsey-Lee Roberts or Ellie Carpenter? Para shot-putter Cameron Crombie and Raiders skipper Jarrod Croker are past winners and Canberra Milk has added a $5000 incentive this year to encourage school children to vote. Voting for the people's sporting champion 9

28 August 2018 8:45 AM Winx's tilt at history to showcase racing's spring carnival

The spring schedule for Winx, with Hugh Bowman in the saddle, could also include an October 6 appearance in the Seppelt Wines Turnbull Stakes (2000 metres) at Flemington. There will be 21 group 1 races contested over the next couple of months in Melbourne, while prizemoney and bonuses of more than $84 million will be up for grabs. There will be 132 race meetings 30