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19 August 2018 8:00 PM Canberra A-League bid builds as decision beckons

"It’s about bringing together the considerable executive experience required to get this bid across the line and build a successful club," Caggiano said. "We are lucky enough to have some very high calibre people from the very top end of the corporate and sports worlds helping us behind the scenes, so this is about officially bringing some of those people 4

18 August 2018 5:29 AM Canberra Demons fall despite Tom Faul's high-five

Even a Tom Faul masterclass couldn't stop the Canberra Demons' frustrating slide down the ladder that has left them facing a sudden death showdown on the road come finals time. The Demons slumped to a third-straight defeat after falling by 47 points to Sydney University in the NEAFL at Blacktown International Sportspark on Saturday. The 17.19 (121) to 11.8 (74) loss means 4

16 August 2018 10:03 PM Steven Lowy to quit as FFA chairman

The A-League clubs and their supporters want more of a say in the running of the game - including the election of FFA board members - and want to have the national competition run independent of FFA, however FFA believe their greater involvement would compromise key issues such as grassroots funding, for example. FIFA have apppointed a Congress Review 5

14 August 2018 8:51 AM Kookaburras goalkeeper Andrew Charter named in Canberra Lakers

International hockey veteran Andrew Charter will rejoin the Canberra Lakers for their Australian Hockey League campaign in October after a 22-man squad was named on Tuesday. Goal-keeper Charter, who has played 150 games for Australia, will headline the squad which also includes Olympian Glenn Turner and national development squad player James Day. Hockey 8

13 August 2018 9:00 PM Guthrie looks to lift English netball after deciding to return home

Giants centre Serena Guthrie will not re-sign next season after deciding to head back home to England to play in Superleague. In 2015 and after eight seasons and four premierships with Team Bath, Guthrie signed for Northern Mystics before joining the Giants after Australia broke away from New Zealand to form Super Netball two years later. Feeling as though 7

12 August 2018 1:53 PM High five for resurgent Cate Campbell as Australia finish on a high

Cate Campbell has completed a masterclass at the Pan Pacs meet in Tokyo, securing her fourth and fifth gold medals on the final night as she continued her dominance in the Tatsumi International Swimming Centre. And the Australian women would sweep the relays, with Campbell finishing over the top of America's Olympic champion Simone Manuel to add the medley 14

11 August 2018 11:29 AM Ledecky says Australian teen Titmus will push her to greater heights

After all of these years, all of those lonely laps when the clock seemed to be the only worthy adversary, Katie Ledecky finally has some company. Ariarne Titmus wasn't able to beat the American star in the 400m freestyle final at the Pan Pacs meet in Tokyo but as far as the 2020 Olympics are concerned, it's offically game on between the pair. Big improver 10

3 August 2018 10:06 AM Last-round clash to decide Giants' travel plans and finals chances

The outcome of the top-of-the-table clash between Giants and West Coast Fever at the International Convention Centre on Saturday will deliver much more than just the minor premiership. While both sides could mathematically fall as low as fourth in a desperate final round, an even contest would wrap up the top two spots - and crucially a second chance 16

1 August 2018 9:03 AM Millar has fingers crossed for third Lyle miracle

"We'd be staying in a hotel and we'd play practice rounds together a bit here and there. "He's just a really likeable bloke, country lad, just really positive. You just wonder how it happens to good people. "Everyone's crossing fingers and saying prayers for a third miracle, but geez he's been through some tough stretches now." It sets a sombre tone for Millar 12

31 July 2018 7:37 AM Anasta grabs bag for Stieger as drought reality hits for family

The last time Matt Stieger went back to his family's farm in north-western NSW at Easter it rained. Since then, there's barely been a drop. In his own words, cattle on the Narrabri farm are "going down left, right and centre". This week, his father Andrew had hoped to join Stieger's friend and temporary caddy Braith Anasta for the million-dollar Fiji International 14