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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

31 October 2018 1:53 AM Brendan Jones notches 1 billion yen as Canberra duo start golf summer

"I gave it a bit of a shake [in Perth], but just didn't putt well. That put me just a bit too far behind, but I gave it all I had." Millar has spent part of the year playing in Europe, moving between Sweden, the Czech Republic and Denmark before returning for Australian Pro-Ams and the bigger events. "I struggled a bit this year being away from family 105

25 October 2018 12:07 AM Team Williams pulls Latrobe out of Melbourne Cup

Lloyd Williams has reduced his Melbourne Cup team by one after announcing plans to withdraw one of his fancied chances, Latrobe, from the race. Williams revealed on Thursday morning that the northern hemisphere three-year-old would be saved for a race later in the Flemington carnival. Latrobe, trained by Joseph O'Brien - who trained Rekindling to win the Melbourne 85

22 October 2018 8:04 AM Waller in awe as Winx has herself in the zone

Waller and owners Peter Tighe and Debbie Kepitis helped launch the authorised biography Winx by Andrew Rule at Moonee Valley on Monday. The book takes in the story of the horse that the country wills to win. “We know we are the owners but we share her with everyone now,” Kepitis said. “Her story is one worth telling.” The track where Winx has run two track 126

19 October 2018 10:58 AM No excuses from brittle Australians as Pakistan claim series win

“There’s no doubt this has been happening for too long for the Australian cricket team, not just our Test team, but probably domestically," Paine said. "There’s a lot of collapses, throughout our batting group, and I think a lot of it can be technical. Some guys’ [issues] will be mental, and other guys will be tactical, or your plans not being right 90

19 October 2018 1:51 AM Canberra Raiders lock in date for Wagga Wagga NRL match

The Canberra Raiders will move their round eight game to Wagga next year as part of the NRL's plan to connect with regional fans. The Raiders will play a yet-to-be-determined opponent on May 4 at 3pm, with the NRL expected to finalise the 2019 draw in the coming weeks. The Raiders have been working with the ACT government to organise the fixture in the hope of being 91

16 October 2018 11:55 PM A-League expansion update: Two teams culled, Canberra one of six left

"We have six bids that all have positive aspects but require further work in certain areas. We need to continue our consultation with those bid teams to ensure that they adequately address these areas to ensure their future sustainability, which includes securing stadia, catchment area and financial capital." Canberra's bid - led by Michael Caggiano 89

13 October 2018 8:18 AM The Autumn Sun shines bright in the spring

The clamour began after that win at Rosehill for him to be sent south to take on his illustrious stablemate Winx in the Cox Plate, with many good judges opining that the youngster, with the weight allowances afforded to three-year-olds in the weight-for-age championship, might be the only horse who could threaten her. Those calls will invariably grow louder 133

27 September 2018 6:48 AM Pierata out to fulfil Epsom dreams

Pierata has arrived at the race – Saturday’s Epsom Handicap at Randwick – that he was always going to target. It is the race his owners have dreamed of, but the road to Epsom glory has included a dead end and a few twists and turns. There was the lure of the biggest challenge of all, The Everest. But to climb that mountain would have cost up to $300,000 plus shares 109

26 September 2018 1:12 AM Racing Victoria wants more staying races to give locals a Cup chance

''We would see it being open to three, four and five-year-olds so we would encourage progressive horses who are maturing into stayers , and we would like it to have decent prizemoney. The other putative race, at Flemington in mid September, would have a similar motive. If a horse could win that his trainer could then tailor his program over the next seven 75