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20 October 2018 2:44 AM Gurinder Sandhu ready to bust through another barrier

If that hadn't happened, he might not have been in the position to replicate those heroics against the fourth-best one-day outfit in the world - but it did. "I’ll be looking forward to that game and it’ll be a nice little test to see where I’m at. I’ve played two of them before so it’s almost kind of a checkpoint game to see where you’re at and what you need to work on, and how much more improvement 5

19 October 2018 4:39 AM A-League expansion bidders Western Melbourne linked to Celtic star

Celtic are said to be keen on extending Brown's contract but the prospect of a late-career swansong - particularly at an ambitious new A-League franchise - could tempt him. The Western Melbourne Group are planning to fund and build a 15,000-seat football-specific stadium in Tarneit, an hour's drive west of the Melbourne CBD, if their expansion bid is approved 4

18 October 2018 5:34 AM Decathlete High Bridge breaks age barrier

“He said he had a horse that I might be interested in that was going to be trained by Chris Waller,” Henderson recalled. “He told me the breeding and I thought how good is this. “Then that it had been jumping all his life and was seven. He had won National Hunt flat races, so was basically a maiden. I don’t need a seven-year-old maiden, I told him. I don’t 6

11 October 2018 10:39 PM 'I just burst blood vessels in my lungs': Hastings' career in limbo

“What’s happened is basically I won’t be bowling this year or probably moving forward unless this situation gets sorted out and it’s just something that they can’t say, ‘Look, you’re not going to have a fatal bleed on the field or it’s not going to cause long-term damage’. “It’s pretty shattering. It’s something that I’ve come to terms with now, but over the last four or five months 13

10 October 2018 6:42 AM Showjumping break primes The Monstar for heights of Kosciuszko

Brett Cavanough believes the oldest horse in The Kosciuszko at Randwick on Saturday, The Monstar, will prove to be the boldest. The Scone trainer gave the eight-year-old a break from stable life following his weakening fifth in The Shorts last month and it has revitalised him for the $1.3 million slots race for country horses. “He went out and did showjumping 12

7 October 2018 3:57 PM Australia shake but are stirred in tough opening to Pakistan series

Recalled spinner Jon Holland claimed the late scalp of danger man Azhar Ali to pull Australia back into the game. The key wicket in the fourth-last over on Sunday left Haris Sohail (15) and nightwatchman Mohammad Abbas (one) at the crease at stumps. Pakistan had gone to tea at 0-199 but their scoring slowed to a crawl after Nathan Lyon broke the drought 8

5 October 2018 1:57 PM Cycling world to converge on the 'Gong at road world titles

“The championships will see junior, under-23 and elite male and female athletes compete across the Road Race, Individual and Team Time Trial events, creating a world-class event for spectators.” It is the third international event the NSW government has secured as part of its “10 World Cups in 10 years” campaign after winning the rights to the men’s 12

5 October 2018 12:04 PM Australia thrash New Zealand to secure series whitewash at Manuka Oval

The last time Australia played under Manuka Oval's diamonds in the sky there were five dropped catches and it didn't take long for the glittering lights to struck again after Lanning won the toss and elected to field. Beth Mooney put down a sitter on the fifth ball of the innings when she cut across Lanning to deny Megan Schutt a wicket and hand Kiwi opener 8

3 October 2018 2:00 PM Canberra BMX star Caroline Buchanan's intimate Nevada wedding

"I just wanted it intimate. I didn't want it about props or the add-ons. None of that mattered," Buchanan said. "I just wanted our two families together from opposite sides of the world, a chance for our brothers to meet for the first time and our parents to see each other for the third time in nine years. "It was important for me to make it a memorable 11

2 October 2018 4:38 AM Canberra tennis junior Harry Turner wins dream trip to Australian Open

The chance to rub shoulders with the best tennis players in the world could ignite a professional dream of Canberra junior Harry Turner after he was nominated as a hot shot of the year contender. Turner, 10, is one of eight finalists in the junior award category which encourages children to start playing tennis for fun rather than chasing wins. The Wanniassa 10