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17 March 2018 7:16 AM Adkins gets first group 1 as Daysee Doom wins Coolmore Classic

Adkins was positive from a wide draw and drove Daysee Doom to sit outside the leader and at the top of the straight she was there to beaten but nothing would get to her. She hit the front at 300m mark with a wall of horses coming at her but at the post she had a shot neck to spare from Oregon’s Day with a half head back to Silent Sedition. “As soon as the barrier 5

16 March 2018 7:10 AM John I Dent Cup: Wests skipper Harry Lloyd signs with Western Force

Wests skipper Harry Lloyd has completed a fairytale journey of high school second XV to signing a professional rugby contract. Lloyd couldn't crack the St Edmund's firsts but kept at his craft after school and his perserverance has been rewarded with a contract at the Western Force. The loosehead prop signed a two-year deal with the former Super Rugby 7

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 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

11 March 2018 1:53 AM Tiger Woods closes in on first win in almost five years

Whatever the outcome, Woods has left no doubt in his past two events that he is destined for further glory, as long as his body holds up and excitement for next month's Masters is going into overdrive. Swinging with a club head speed measured by laser as the fastest in the field on Saturday, he mixed power with precision on a day conducive to low scores 20

10 March 2018 3:40 PM South African sledge a tumour on the body of cricket

They have no care for her, no care for him, no care for their children, no care for the spirit of cricket, nothing. Yes. That would be for South African cricket officials, who should be better than that, to join in the “joke,” to think its funny, to pose for photos with those wearing the masks. So is Australia blameless in the whole piece? No, we bloody 20

10 March 2018 8:53 AM Bowman survives sickening fall in front of Randwick grandstand

As stewards reviewed the video of the fall, trainer Chris Waller pointed out that Bowman was riding strongly with hands and heels just before the incident. “He appears to get him high up on the flank [with his heel] and the horse reacted to that,” Waller told stewards. “There was nothing he could do. It is just lucky he appears like he is all right 15

9 March 2018 8:12 AM Former Basketball: Canberra Gunners guard Sam Adams to coach Gunners Academy

New Canberra Gunners Academy coach Sam Adams wants to lay the platform for the ACT's next crop of stars to take the leap into college basketball. A long-time player, Adams has been involved with the Academy since its inception. This season however, Adams will suit up on the sideline. The newly appointed head coach has played for Wests Magpies for the past six years 21

9 March 2018 8:02 AM Rugby Australia refute Alan Jones' claims of St Edmund's College 'mates club'

However Langtry has not been involved in the set-up for that long and hasn't been head coach for anywhere near that length of time. Jones wrote Maloney played under Langtry at St Edmund's before becoming a teacher at the school. However, Langtry was coaching Marist College when Maloney was playing for St Edmund's, meaning they were opposing each other 27

9 March 2018 4:44 AM Next generation of rowers in Canberra for ACT Head of the Lake schools regatta

A bumper week of rowing in the capital is set to continue with the ACT Head of the Lake school's regatta taking place on Saturday. The event will see 599 rowers compete at the regatta with students from Canberra Girls Grammar, Canberra Grammar, Daramalan, Radford and Marist leading the local contingent. Interstate rivals Cranbrook School, Kinross Wolaroi 23