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25 August 2018 1:04 PM Ainslie books grand final ticket as battered Belconnen Magpies regroup

"I was really happy with our first half, we really fought it out well. The game was there to be won in the third quarter," Bennett said. "Whether Ainslie lifted or we weren't able to sustain it ... we just didn't get the job done in the third quarter and that really hurt us for the rest of the game. "We just weren't winning the footy out of the middle 26

25 August 2018 8:02 AM Canberra Demons star Mitch Maguire in the running for NEAFL MVP

The Canberra midfielder has more teammates than people in his hometown and he says a premiership medal would feel much better around his neck than the league's most prized individual honour. But Demons player-coach Kade Klemke - while hoping for the best - fears an indifferent fortnight may count against Maguire. "I think the last two weeks probably 27

5 August 2018 11:00 AM Cooma's Ben Thompson books a world title shot

But things are slightly different this time around with Iliev opting to take the fight on the condition it was under Muay Thai rules, which utilise the eight-point striking system (punches, kicks, knees, elbows) and the full clinch, rather than the K1 rules they fought under last time. That won't bother Thompson. If he can put it all together like he did against 21

23 July 2018 6:31 AM Canberra Capitals recruit Kelsey Griffin faces minor setback

Marquee Canberra Capitals recruit Kelsey Griffin will go for scans after suffering a hamstring injury while playing for the Australian Opals in the Four Nations tournament in China last week. It is a frustrating blow for the incoming Capitals star given she had already been undergoing rehabilitation at the AIS following ankle surgery. Griffin has been training 26

16 June 2018 10:37 AM Canberra FC down Gungahlin United to book spot in FFA Cup round of 32

Gungahlin were on the board first and although Canberra quickly equalised, they could have been reduced to 10 men on 43 minutes. United winger Thomas Muller burst down the right flank and was about to play Antoni Timotheou in on goal when he was brought down from behind by Marko Vrkic. It looked a blatant foul, which could easily have been a straight 26

8 April 2018 10:56 PM Reed staves off Spieth challenge to win Masters

Patrick Reed staved off Jordan Spieth's bid to rewrite the US Masters history books in recording the greatest 54-hole comeback in Augusta National history, scrambling to win his first green jacket on Monday (AEST). Former Masters hero Spieth threatened to write a Masters script for the ages, tying Reed for the lead late in the final round after starting 34

6 April 2018 6:57 AM Aivi Luik back from wilderness for Matildas Asian Cup campaign

Luik is over her quad complaint and her debilitating hamstring injuries. This couldn’t have come at a better time given the Asian Cup is also the qualifying tournament for the 2019 World Cup in France. She was an integral part of the Matildas' 2010 Asian Cup-winning side and has a wealth of overseas playing experience to draw on, but Luik isn’t getting 35

8 February 2018 12:25 AM Origin takes $700m bath on gas assets

Origin Energy has slashed the value of a major coal seam gas project in Queensland by more than $500 million as it drastically recasts its expectations for production. Origin told the ASX on Thursday morning that it would book a $355 million after-tax impairment on its Ironbark gas field and a further after-tax $173 million writedown on the Lattice business 75

7 February 2018 1:54 AM Weekend guide: What's on in Canberra February 9-11

The George Harcourt Inn will host the first ever Untapped Festival this weekend, with a massive 87 beers on tap, food from pop-ups by Casey Jones, Arley and Jordan's Burger Shack and the George itself, and live music from Thirsty Merc, James Southwell Band, Marji Curran and other local support acts. Tickets $48 per person, for entry only, from untappedfestival 44

1 February 2018 7:26 AM Oxford Islamic academic in custody in France on rape accusations

Paris: Prominent Swiss academic Tariq Ramadan, a professor of Islamic studies at the University of Oxford, has been taken into custody by French police following accusations of rape, a judicial source said on Wednesday. The source said a preliminary investigation was opened after two complaints were filed against Ramadan, a well-known figure in the Middle 39