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16 March 2018 11:12 AM Goulding, Ware fire as Melbourne take game one

Goulding finished with 26 points, Ware had 20 points and Josh Boone 15 points while Daniel Johnson led Adelaide with 18 points, Shannon Shorter had 16 points and Mitch Creek 14. Ware nailed the first three and set Melbourne on a 7-0 run to open the game as Boone also found room inside for five quick points. But just as the Sixers looked shaky they regained 6

15 March 2018 10:43 AM Australia's snowboarders hoping for a repeat of that gold medal feeling

PyeongChang: The fluctuating weather in South Korea this week has mirrored the extreme emotions experienced by Australia’s close-knit Paralympics snowboarding team, Simon Patmore’s breakthrough gold medal coming hot on the heels of the cruel injury to Joany Badenhorst. Patmore completed a remarkable transition from the athletics track to the alpine world 11

13 March 2018 9:47 AM Snowboard gold the best leg in Simon Patmore's remarkable trifecta

“Comm Games was awesome, fantastic, I trained for 18 months before winning the gold. “This one was three and a half years – full dedication at the age of 27 through to 30 and had to sacrifice all the luxury things in life. “I put my working career on hold. I have a beautiful girlfriend who understands the drive in me - that I really want to succeed in life and set an example 15

11 March 2018 10:45 AM Snowboarder Tudhope an experienced hand at 18 years of age

PyeongChang: It’s hard to find another 18-year-old with the same maturity and the sound perspective on life as snowboarder Ben Tudhope. He speaks with contagious enthusiasm and a beaming smile. This campaign in PyeongChang is not even his first Paralympics. Four years ago in Sochi, when Tudhope was not long into teenage hood, he made his debut as the youngest 21

11 March 2018 8:25 AM South African officials set to face music over 'disgraceful' taunt

Port Elizabeth: Two executives who posed with spectators wearing Sonny Bill Williams masks are set to face the music from Cricket South Africa in Johannesburg on Monday as one of David Warner's former teammates labelled the attack on the opener's wife, Candice, as "disgraceful". Clive Eksteen, CSA’s head of commercial and marketing, and Altaaf Kazi, the head of communications 17

8 March 2018 8:42 AM ACT Claycourt International #1 more than doubles its prizemoney to US$60,000

The ACT Claycourt International #1 has more than doubled its prizemoney and will stay a women's tournament from 2018 onwards in a major coup for tennis fans in the capital. The tournament has been promoted from US$25,000 to US$60,000 and increased its ranking points, with the ITF Pro Tour event set to draw some big names to Canberra this month. The ACT Claycourt 22

2 March 2018 5:54 AM World champion quartet to race at ACT rowing championships

Reigning world champion rowers are set to descend on Lake Burley Griffin for the ACT rowing championships beginning on Saturday. Australia's world champion men's four crew of Jack Hargreaves, Spencer Turrin, Alexander Hill and Joshua Hicks headline the two-day event featuring almost 600 rowers. The crew won world championship gold following their heroics 26

23 February 2018 6:00 AM Mudgee holds its own alongside Rosehill and Caulfield

The visitors Adam Waterworth (Goodwood) and William Derby (York) were somewhat bemused by our infatuation with two-year-olds over the classic three-year-old. Unfortunately the praise of the Hobartville at Rosehill couldn't be sung to them as the field hadn't been finalised. But to my eye it is the best race on Saturday which has weight-for-age opposition 12

15 February 2018 6:32 AM Randwick: Winx will still be centre stage on Apollo Stakes day in a jump-out

"He deserves a bit of luck and hopefully from the good gate he gets it on Saturday." Endless Drama was third in the Apollo last year, behind Winx and Hartnell in the second-highest-rated race in Australia for 2017. The race doesn't contain that quality on Saturday, which gives Endless Drama his chance to open his Australian account. "He is one of those 17

14 February 2018 2:07 AM Mandalay Bay likely home for Jeff Horn and Terance Crawford as bout shifts from New York to Las Vegas

The Garden won't be Eden for Jeff Horn, whose welterweight title fight against pound-for-pound ace Terence Crawford will now unfold at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas instead of New York City. Horn, the WBO champion, looked as if he would defend his belt against the brilliant Nebraskan at Madison Square Garden on April 14. But a late change will see the fight 13