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20 October 2018 8:42 AM Individuals shine before rain halts ACT Premier Cricket

ACT Premier Cricket was washed out on Saturday but not before Western District-UC's Labid Mahmud scored an unbeaten 67 against Weston Creek Molonglo and Queanbeyan's Vele Dukoski took 4-18 against ANU. North Canberra-Gungahlin and Ginninderra got the most cricket in with North electing to bat and posting 9-150 from 30 overs thanks to Esam Rahman (39) and Andrew 6

12 October 2018 5:38 AM Humble Fearnley wins The Don award

Fearnley had been a finalist four times. This year, he beat motor sports stars Daniel Ricciardo and Will Power, cricketer Ellyse Perry, soccer star Sam Kerr, former Australian hockey captain Mark Knowles and para-athletes Madison de Rozario and Lauren Parker. Also on Thursday night, the late, inimitable Richie Benaud was elevated from the Hall of Fame ranks 13

8 October 2018 7:15 AM Comets in commanding position against Queensland

The ACT/NSW Country Comets are in a commanding position at the end of the opening day of their Futures League clash against Queensland. They skittled Queensland for just 119, with former Australian quick Trent Copeland leading the way with 3-27, and then cruised to 0-161 at stumps to already hold a 42-run first-innings lead at Manuka Oval on Monday 11

5 October 2018 2:01 AM Victory's Deng gets first Socceroo call-up

But it also marks the returns of forwards Tom Rogic and Matthew Leckie, who had a break after the World Cup and didn't take part in the Turkey gathering. Scots-born Boyle – who is a teammate of Socceroos Mark Milligan and Jamie Maclaren at Hibernian in Scotland – is yet to receive clearance to play for Australia. But he has expressed his desire to do so with Australia 8

30 September 2018 6:58 AM Watson aiming to be dual Paralympian in Tokyo

Japan's Yusuke Nishimura beat Henry De Cure in the mens' final 6-1 6-3, while De Cure got revenge in the doubles joining forces with Keegan Oh-Chee to beat Daniel Jeffery and Nishimura 6-4 6-4. Watson has multiple sclerosis, which means she doesn't have any feeling in her arms or legs. Heat just makes things worse. "I was picked up by the Australian 8

28 September 2018 11:31 PM 2018 AFL Grand Final preview: Battle of style and resilience at MCG

Add the significant ankle setbacks to Jack Darling in his best season of AFL and prolific midfielder Luke Shuey, plus the Andrew Gaff suspension fiasco in round 20 that briefly rattled the club and its brand, and it seems a miracle the Eagles even made it this far. Long injury lists expose a club's depth and, left with no other option, West Coast went to the well early 7

19 August 2018 9:08 AM Canberra FC set their sights on Capital Football treble

But it wasn't to be, and things went from bad to worse when Olympic’s Nik Popovich was carried off the pitch before Strika picked up a booking for an ill-fated challenge on Matthew Waters. "We went in there with a plan that Olympic had to come out and score obviously, because they needed to win to get the premiership," Macor said. "All we needed to do was just sit back and take our chances 18

12 August 2018 8:24 AM Tuggeranong United lose but still clinch first finals spot in 15 years

"We had belief that we had a squad good enough but when you've got the monkey on your back, it comes with a lot of pressure, especially getting to the end of the season with everyone talking about it," Stevens said. "To actually get it done is a really special feeling. We've worked really hard this year and I said to the guys it didn't come down to luck or another 21

21 July 2018 12:50 AM FIBA says it cannot punish violent fans as Boomers seek legal options

In response to a question from Fairfax Media, a FIBA spokesman said the FIBA disciplinary panel could only cite and punish members of a team’s delegation or accreditation holders such as officials or media members. So Philippines squad player Jio Jalalon, who punched Sobey, was suspended for five games but the spectator is not known to have been punished 30

13 July 2018 11:42 AM Australian Tour de France hope Porte delivers on his promise in stage six

Mûr-de-Bretagne: Australian Tour de France hope Richie Porte had pencilled in Thursday’s finishing climb of stage six, the Mûr de Bretagne, as a “good showdown” for overall contenders like himself. “A good rider who is strong today will be strong in the final two weeks as well,” the 33-year-old Tasmanian added before the 181km stage from Brest to the top of the two kilometre 33