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19 March 2018 8:47 AM VRC faces fair work claim from former racing manager

The VRC also parted ways with their track manager Mick Goodie at the same time as Talty departed, just days ahead of the Australian Guineas meeting on March 3. The Melbourne Cup field has a limit of 24 with qualification criteria relating to the weight a horse is allocated and whether they have automatically qualified through winning ballot-free races 4

19 March 2018 6:45 AM Tennis: Annerly Poulos bows out but growing at ACT Claycourt International

"She had two really good wins in the first two rounds and was highly competitive [on Monday] against a girl who is [almost] in the 400s," Larkham said. "It was a really good tournament for her. She's only just turned 15, so she's up around that No. 500 in the world level I think. That's a good sign and we are looking forward to another tournament next week here. "The matches 4

17 March 2018 7:00 AM Socceroos' World Cup farewell set to be scrapped for overseas friendly

With limited time with his squad before the World Cup, van Marwijk is eager to gain as much time on the training ground with the players as possible. He wants fewer games and more training sessions and a return trip to Australia for European-based players could see the team lose as many as four days of training. The Dutch coach was unhappy with the decision 8

17 March 2018 6:15 AM Canberra teenagers Annerly Poulos and Ash Simes shock at ACT Claycourt International

The high school students balance their homework with a heavy travel schedule and Simes admitted she was nervous playing at home. "I was nervous because the girl I played had some good results in the past, but I just just took it one point at a time and got there in the end," Simes said. After she finishes school Simes wants to play at college in America 8

14 March 2018 5:07 AM Captain Tiger Woods could pick himself to play in Presidents Cup

Tiger Woods wants his form to determine whether he makes a return to Presidents Cup action as a player-captain in Melbourne as the frenzy over his comeback gathers pace before the US Masters. The 14-time major winner was officially unveiled on Wednesday as the American captain for next year's event at Royal Melbourne opposite International skipper Ernie 15

11 March 2018 9:33 AM Australia itching to avenge World Cup semi-final loss to India

Australia get a chance to avenge their women's World Cup semi-final loss to India on Monday, almost eight months after their defence of the title ended in heartache. India's Harmanpreet Kaur plays a shot during the ICC Women's World Cup 2017 semi-final between Australia and India at County Ground in Derby, England. Most of the players who competed in the World 19

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

6 March 2018 7:38 AM ACT Rockets indoor cricket team search for ways to replace Vinesh Bennett

The ACT Rockets are confident they can cover the loss of experienced international Vinesh Bennett as they attempt to defend their national indoor cricket title. Represent: The ACT men's indoor cricket team, The Rockets, will depart for Brisbane on Friday for the Australian indoor men's cricket championships. Brock Winkler (left), Vinesh Bennett, Alexander 21

28 February 2018 8:40 PM Matildas win on last kick of the game against Norway

When Chloe Logarzo volleyed home from veteran Norweigan goalkeeper Ingrid Hjelmseth's embarrassing blunder, Australia were away. Kerr netted the third, overtaking legendary forward Sarah Walsh's national team record by scoring in a seventh-straight international. The 24-year-old latched onto fellow Western Australian Lisa De Vanna's pass and slotted 24

18 February 2018 9:00 AM W-League: Melbourne City seal third title to shatter Sydney FC in the final

Then another looked certain to be seized by the Sky Blues when a clever build-up between Chloe Logarzo and Leena Khamis laid on a tap-in for De Vanna at the far post, but the normally clinical striker somehow flashed her finish wide of target from close-range. Save for a long-range shot from Yukari Kinga, it was Sydney who were in complete control of the contest 27