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28 April 2018 10:18 AM Big hit: Adam Gilchrist to front Fox cricket coverage

Australian cricket great Adam Gilchrist will be the frontman of Fox Sports' coverage when the new broadcast rights agreement begins next summer. Gilchrist, the former Australian vice-captain and wicketkeeper, had been the face of Channel Ten's Big Bash League coverage before the network recently lost the rights. "Sport has been a major part of my life, as a player 29

28 March 2018 11:23 AM Smith and Warner receive 12-month bans, Bancroft nine months

Combined with lost earnings from playing for Australia, Smith and Warner will now miss out on a staggering sum of upwards of $4 million each over the next 12 months, not taking into account lost sponsorships. CA chief executive James Sutherland met with the players in their hotel in the city's Sandton district on Wednesday morning to tell them their 20

1 March 2018 9:09 AM Australian fans face wait until 2022 to see South Africa in Tests

The FTP and the schedule for the inaugural world Test championship is yet to be finalised, with a formal release not expected until at least April, however as it stands Australian spectators will have a long wait before seeing the Proteas in the longest form. Smith would be 33 by the time of the next series between the two sides in Australia, with India 35

25 February 2018 11:43 AM Basketball Australia ready to bring NBA Boomers home

The Boomers are assured of facing the best three Middle East teams from Group D which features Iran, Iraq, Kazakhstan and Qatar with all four nations still in contention to make the second round. “It just depends on that draw and who we pick up in that window,” Moore said. “It could be away-away depending on who we play, I don’t know the machinations 32

14 February 2018 9:00 AM Peter FitzSimons' predictions for the sporting year of 2018

Canterbury Bulldogs will rise. Without being unkind, I have no clue how the board led by Ray Dib got as close as they did to holding on to power in the elections last weekend. In the course of Dib's reign, the Dogs lost damn nigh everything, starting with their matches, and up to and including their two most revered and passionate players, Josh Reynolds 29

9 February 2018 7:00 AM Why I'll be wearing budgie smugglers at the Warwick Farm races

"Regrettably, I've watched the sad decline in dress standards and general behaviour of some elements of recently elected Members on this Committee's watch and that of immediate past Committees." Some may scoff at the opposition to the lack of male socks permitted at Flemington on Melbourne Cup day this year but it led to grubby ankles and frost-bite 14

8 February 2018 6:10 AM I Hold the Lion's Paw with Reuben Lewis brings jazz to Ainslie Arts Centre

I Hold the Lion's Paw. Leader/composer Reuben Lewis. Ainsle Arts Centre. Friday, February 23, 7.30pm. $20.08-$27.46. eventbrite.com.au/e/i-hold-the-lions-paw-canberra-tickets-42664993143. As a name, I Hold the Lion's Paw might not immediately conjure up "psychedelic jazz collective", but that's what it is. Reuben Lewis, the former Canberran who leads 34

7 February 2018 9:37 AM Saints got same cash from AFL as GWS Giants and Brisbane Lions

St Kilda were funded by the AFL last year to the same level as expansion market clubs Greater Western Sydney and the Brisbane Lions. The Saints distribution was $20.6 million and was understood to be the highest of any club not in an expanding market. It emerged this week that the AFL bailed out the Gold Coast last year with an additional $5.5 million 27

7 February 2018 6:44 AM Commodity boom fuels Rio Tinto's $5.3 billion shareholder bonanza

Rio Tinto has reported a thumping $US8.63 billion ($A10.96 billion) underlying profit for 2017, declared a record final dividend and unveiled an additional $US1 billion buyback as part of a bonanza result for shareholders. Riding a wave of strong commodity prices for its products and continued strong demand from international buyers, Rio’s underlying 34

23 January 2018 8:43 AM Canberra's Perth Wildcats star Jesse Wagstaff named in Australian Boomers squad

He's desperate to don the green and gold again and now Canberra product Jesse Wagstaff has his foot in the door of the Australian Boomers dressing room. The Perth Wildcats forward has been named in a 24-man squad for the second window of the FIBA World Cup qualifiers, to be played against the Philippines and the Chinese Taipei in Melbourne in February 17