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18 June 2018 12:06 PM Jedinak leads from the front with nerves of steel

He doesn't say a lot, he just gets on with it. Aggressive, hard, committed and determined, his first intervention in the game against France was a thumping header in the second minute when he outmuscled Paul Pogba, letting the Frenchman know in no uncertain terms that if he wanted to invade Jedinak's territory he was going to be in for a battle. More than anything 7

6 June 2018 8:32 AM Wiasak's Olympic dream in tatters

Cycling Australia chief executive Steven Drake said these decisions were always tough, but their simple goal was to win gold medals and funding decisions had to be made with that in mind. He said the problem for Wiasak was her best event, the individual pursuit, wasn't an Olympic one, whereas the team pursuit was. Drake said they would continue to support 12

2 June 2018 9:34 AM Gungahlin Eagles have five players carded in 25-24 loss to Uni-Norths

Inside centre Mitch Connolly was incredulous over the call and made his thoughts known with some colourful language that earned him an early shower. Gungahlin coach Dan Atkins labelled the game an embarrassment and said he felt sorry for the spectators. "I’m just lost for words, it’s unbelievable. I'm just disappointed and feel embarrassed to the players 11

21 February 2018 6:42 AM FFA admits fault in giving Wanderers penalty against Jets

"FFA has determined the ball ricocheted off Marcelo Carrusca into the arm of Topor-Stanley from a short distance, and this was an unexpected ball," FFA said. "Taking this into account, the referee's decision to play on was not a clear and obvious error and the VAR should not have intervened." Referees boss Ben Wilson said the VAR's other two decisions 29

16 February 2018 5:10 AM Lydia Williams has one eye on Matildas battle before W-League grand final clash

Sydney was potent in attack this season, scoring 26 goals in 12 games, led by de Vanna and Kyle Ledbrook who bagged five each in the regular season. "That will definitely keep me on my toes ... you've just got to make sure everyone is reading the situation before it gets too dangerous," Williams said. "They'll be missing Caitlin Foord though, and you can't 38

13 February 2018 10:50 AM 'We can die': Snowboarders furious about dangerously windy final

FIS, the international ski federation that oversees both giant slalom and slopestyle, was responsible for the decisions about postponing events, decided to press on with the event that actually involved Olympians flying high into the sky, despite fierce complaints from riders and coaches. Pre-event favourite Anna Gasser of Austria fell on both her runs. “Yes, it should 19

21 January 2018 11:40 AM Australia v England ODI series: Jos Buttler smashes ton as Australia ring in changes

Former England captain Pietersen said he "absolutely" agreed with Taylor and called for the ending of the soft signal. "We've got enough technology and broadcast out there we should be able to make decisions off the camera and take the decisions away," Pietersen said. "The soft signal, I'm not having the soft signal. It's a very, very big passage of play that." Smith 22

18 January 2018 11:17 PM FFA confirm Colombia match for London as new Socceroos coach appointment looms

Bert Van Marwijk, Graham Arnold, Marcelo Bielsa, Louis Van Gaal, Tony Popovic or whoever it is that finally lands the Socceroos job will have two games in four days in late March to familiarise himself with his new charges before making crucial decisions on who will make the World Cup squad for Russia 2018, and who will miss out. The FFA had already 15

16 January 2018 8:06 AM Anna Flanagan expects to miss Commonwealth Games, throws support behind Kalindi Commerford

"It's definitely confusing and hard when you don't know what you need to work on or what they're looking for, I obviously want to play and at the moment I'm still training just in case." Although Flanagan is unlikely to feature at the Games, another Canberran in Kalindi Commerford is fighting for a spot during the Hockeyroos five-Test series against 25

16 January 2018 2:11 AM ANU College company Study Group Australia's registration cancelled by Australian Skills Quality Authority

The company that runs ANU College has had its registration cancelled by the vocational education and training regulator for failing to comply with a suite of requirements linked to the VET Quality Framework. ANU College, run by Study Group Australia, charges international students almost $40,000 for courses it says will help gain placement at the Australian 26 1