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21 March 2018 12:01 AM Back injury forces Jason Behrendorff to withdraw from Mumbai Indians IPL season

"Unfortunately my back has kept me out a bit longer than we thought & hoped, but rehab is going really well & I can't wait to get back & play some cricket soon! All the best to the MI family for the tournament!" The 27-year-old has struggled with stress fractures, which flared up again late last year and all-but ruled him out for the rest of the Australian 6

18 March 2018 5:29 AM Canberra jockey John Kissick could be back in the saddle in July

"I'm looking forward to her getting up to the 2000m and she might furnish into a nice country cups horse next year." Cleary also has Constitutional in the three-year-old maiden plate (900m), Dundalk in the four-year-old and up maiden handicap (900m), Uncle Gerry in the benchmark 55 handicap (1460m), Mossy Girl in the class 1 and maiden plate (1600m) and Creative 9

14 March 2018 10:49 AM South Australian native Peter Hooley braces for hostile home coming

“I’ve played a lot of games at Adelaide Arena. It’s my home town and a lot of my family and friends will be there," Hooley said. “I’m happy it’s back there so I can see everybody and I played my first career game there [at the start of the season] and hopefully we can finish it all off and get the win.” Hooley has been on the friendly side of Adelaide 18

8 March 2018 7:17 AM Joany Badenhorst named Australian Paralympics flagbearer

A snowboarder who agonisingly missed competing in Sochi after a heavy crash in her final training run will carry the flag for Australia at Friday night’s Winter Paralympics opening ceremony. Joany Badenhorst, 23, who had her left leg amputated below the knee after a farm accident 12 years ago, has earned the distinction to lead Australia’s contingent 21

6 March 2018 7:17 PM David Warner and Quinton de Kock charged over stairwell standoff

The more likely scenario, however, that the Australian vice-captain will avoid having to sit out the match at St George's Park and instead have three demerit points go next to his name, leaving him with a suspension hanging over his head for the next two years should he transgress again. Australian wicketkeeper Tim Paine, meanwhile, hit out at claims 23

5 March 2018 10:33 AM Ban the bumper? Cricket's heady question needs an answer

It was plainly sickening for Abbott, the man who bowled that last ball to Phillip Hughes, to see Pucovski fall. Just as it was for Pucovski to be hit and for both their families and teammates to watch on, and for the Hughes family. Pucovski is one of the most precocious talents in the game but he has already suffered more knocks to the head than is healthy 24

2 March 2018 7:31 AM Cricket ACT: ANU teenager Felix Ford earns Australian U15 selection

He backed it up with 27 from 37 balls against Western District-UC on day one in his first grade debut in the Cricket ACT Douglas Cup at Jamison Oval last weekend. In doing so, Ford became ANU's first In2Cricket member that has gone on to represent the club in first grade. "I wouldn't say that it has sunk in yet. I still can't believe how well it all went. Things 24

10 February 2018 8:21 AM Cricket ACT: North Canberra-Gungahlin honour Mark Rutzou in a moving tribute

Tributes poured in from Cricket ACT officials, supporters, rival players and clubs ahead of Norths' first grade clash with Queanbeyan at Harrison Oval. While the Bluebags hold the advantage after stumps on day one, Norths batsman Chris Zhang had a day to remember as he paid tribute to his close mate's dad with a half-cenutry. "I know all of us here have been around 9

10 February 2018 3:33 AM Investment gamble pays off as Matt Campbell lands Porsche Le Mans deal

Australia's Matt Campbell is set to follow in Mark Webber's footsteps, taking on the World Endurance Championship and 24 Hours of Le Mans with Porsche. The newly minted Porsche junior started life as a factory-backed racing driver by outgunning highly-fancied racers in identical 911 GT3 R machinery in qualifying for the Bathurst 12 Hour last week where 31

9 February 2018 9:25 AM Court awards Edward Cameron $1.75m from estate of father he never met John Hemmes

Edward Cameron, the 27-year-old son of the late Sydney business identity John Hemmes stemming from a secret six-year affair, has been awarded $1.75 million from the estate of the father he never met. The Hemmes family runs Merivale, which owns high-profile entertainment venues such as The Establishment, Ivy and Coogee Pavilion. Mr Cameron never met his father 13