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18 November 2018 6:59 AM Tensions rise over hearing into ball-tampering bans

This could have been worked into a meeting urged in the Longstaff report to occur within 30 days of the public lodging of the report, in a bid to begin a healing process between the two bodies after an ugly two years featuring a pay war and friction over the culture of the sport. However, that meeting won't be held for another week, with the CA board 584

16 November 2018 5:16 AM 'Strikes integrity a bit': R&A called to rule on Colsaerts penalty

Australian Open organisers consulted The R&A in the middle of the night in Europe for guidance on the Colsaerts decision, which eventually cleared the Belgian of any wrongdoing. The series of events started when Colsaerts earlier called the group's rules officials to inspect the bunker at the first hole after his first wedge attempt failed to clear the lip, the ball rolling 493

13 November 2018 6:41 AM The Tonk: Breakfast club ends for axed CA executive

With Ben Amarfio departing Cricket Australia, so, too, will the gibes about how the former head of broadcasting had his assistant, Belinda, cook a hot breakfast for him – although there is some debate about this. There are former CA employees who insist that was the case, while others insist Amarfio was on the pre-made Lite N' Easy meal program at the time, where 142

3 November 2018 7:42 AM Scott Boland stars as Vics skittle SA

The 29-year-old Boland, who has played 14 one-day internationals and three T20 matches for Australia, was irresistible, having six South Australians caught either by wicketkeeper Seb Gotch or in the slip cordon, and almost decapitating Nick Winter with a flier that the SA tail-ender parried away from his face to Peter Handscomb at slip. His case for reinstatement 151

2 November 2018 4:02 AM The once and future Stars of Carrum: Footy boys right in Derby mix

A win for the Robbie Laing-trained colt, a son of Melbourne Cup winner Fiorente, would help square the fiscal ledger, but it's not the cash that has Cox and his mates excited. It's the chance to be part of history and more than that, to dream; any horse that can win a Victoria Derby can stay a trip and can act around Flemington, so it's fair to say that a tilt at the following 137

1 November 2018 5:04 AM Morrison hopes Marmelo stays under the Cup radar

Last year he gave the horse that eye-catching prep run at Caulfield after he won the Prix Kergorlay at Deauville in France, while this year his campaign has been centred on the Melbourne Cup and nothing else. The son of top-class 2400-metre horse Duke of Marmalade (a multiple group 1 winner for Coolmore) has been maintaining fitness at Werribee and will go into the Cup on Tuesday 129

29 October 2018 7:40 AM De Silva ready to start, but bench role looming for FFA Cup final

Corica's other option to replace de Jong is utility Paulo Retre, who started in midfield alongside Josh Brillante, Brandon O'Neill and Milos Ninkovic in their 2-0 win over Western Sydney at the SCG and was more than serviceable. Adelaide have their own fitness concerns. Striker George Blackwood was due for surgery on his broken collarbone on Monday after 119

20 October 2018 8:52 AM Coolmore calling for new colt on the block

The drama started an hour before the Coongy Cup, when the Jarrod McLean-trained Trap For Fools was scratched by stewards, then it was matched on track and with protest postscript. A dead-heat between Mask Of Time and Best Of Days in a driving finish saw Kerrin McEvoy protest against his fellow winner claiming he had layed in on him in the final 100m. "They 103

24 September 2018 2:01 PM Race-by-race preview and tips for Grafton on Tuesday

Looks the break-through race for local mare 3. Savanna Jeune. After debuting in a good quality maiden, has finished off okay at his last two and gets a lovely spot on the map here just off the speed. Dangers: Well-bred filly 10. Sleepy Heart was easy in betting at Ipswich on debut but still finished off nicely just behind the place-getters and drops 88

23 September 2018 12:24 PM Don't panic yet about European sprinters plundering Aussie races

That European bred bluebloods are simply classier animals than those produced in this hemisphere? That a trainer like Newmarket based Appleby, backed by the vast riches of the Godolphin Empire, has the resources to be as good or better than the Aussies when it comes to preparing sprinters? Hometown hero: Trainer Charlie Appleby claimed his first English 90