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20 November 2018 5:15 AM Telopea Park School win Todd Woodbridge Cup

Telopea Park School became first ACT school to win the Todd Woodbridge Cup at Sydney Olympic Park on Monday. Telopea Park won the ACT finals in September to face 19 regional-winning schools from across NSW and swept their pool before taking down St Patrick's Albury in the final. The tennis tournament for primary school students uses modified courts and low compression 604 3

14 November 2018 5:32 AM Defending Open champion Cameron Davis better prepared than last year

"It wasn't that difficult a decision, but what I would be missing out on is another opportunity to potentially win a golf tournament on the PGA Tour which would cement everything, or do really well and move yourself a long way up there," Davis said of his decision to return home. "So missing any event is a relatively big deal, but for this tournament 135

12 November 2018 12:29 PM Allenby plans to honour Lyle's memory with tournament in his name

"It's really early days and [Ogilvy and I] are going to sit down in a couple of weeks at the Australian PGA," said Allenby, who spoke at a public memorial service for Lyle in September. "We'd like a tournament in Melbourne and to get a Jarrod Lyle Invitational going. That's something that [Ogilvy] and I have spoken about. "We'll get some ideas down and obviously 135

5 November 2018 6:19 AM Cricket ACT legend Peter Solway to lead Australia

He has won more grand finals and scored more runs than any other player in ACT first grade history, his high score of 339 has stood the test of time for almost 30 years, and he suited up for the Prime Minister's XI alongside Ricky Ponting, Matthew Hayden and Justin Langer. As impressive as those numbers are, none of it comes close to seeing his sons Dean and Mark turn out for the Bluebags 125

4 November 2018 7:00 AM Ten out of 10 sends Who Shot Thebarman to top of the class

The gelding’s owners, the O'Leary brothers, were at Moonee Valley bearing tangerine caps and big grins as they listened to jockey Tye Angland tell them it was Who Shot Thebarman's most promising run this preparation. They know he is 10, but describe him as old to any of the clan and they will quickly remind you he won the Sydney Cup, his first group 140

7 October 2018 8:47 AM Vickerman wins contract extension at Melbourne United

Melbourne United has extended championship coach Dean Vickerman’s contract for three years, until the end of the 2021-22 season. Last season’s National Basketball League coach of the year led United to the championship with a 20-8 record. “I’m extremely excited to be at this club for an extended period of time and to continue to try and lead from the front 81

5 October 2018 8:57 AM Family ties make week with Winx all the more special

You miss things. They grow up quicker while your away. Phone calls and video calls don’t make it any easier. There is nothing better than having your family around you to help you switch off at the end of the day. Fortunately this year, Steph and the kids joined me for most of this week, it being school holidays. It was great to have them here with me and with the horses 73

27 September 2018 7:47 AM Jarrod Lyle farewelled at Torquay memorial service

Family, friends and colleagues from the golf industry farewelled professional golfer Jarrod Lyle at a memorial service in Torquay on Thursday. Lyle, who died in August aged 36, was remembered as a courageous man who fought cancer three times from the age of 17, always with a smile and a joke. The service was held at The Sands resort, close to where Lyle and his wife Briony 87

13 September 2018 4:43 AM Canberra kids give Cameron Crombie a silver lining

"Our season doesn’t really ramp up until the start of the new year when we start going on the national and state championship circuit. "We won’t compete at world championships until November so we’ve got a fair bit of time up our sleeve to work it out, but until then we’ll keep working through the little technical things we can do without loading up the back too much. "I probably 92

10 September 2018 4:51 AM Basketball ACT pathway could be stunted by SEABL shutdown

"There’s still a little bit of grey as to the status of SEABL and whatnot, but from my understanding it’s still got one more season in it, hopefully," McEachin said. "You’d love to be able to be down in Victoria to be playing regularly against the big-time players like Dandenong and Nunawading and those kind of teams. "But they don’t want to travel up here, and to be honest 94