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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 5

22 September 2018 5:52 AM ASADA outline fears over WADA backflip

"There is a side to this where we all want to see Russian athletes compete but if you don’t hold systemic doping issues to account, athletes won’t have confidence. "The roadmap WADA initially [used] ensured Russia were going to be held account to has been changed. I understand that has probably been done with a view to trying to find a way forward 14

19 September 2018 11:47 AM Wanderers hold off City fightback to progress to FFA Cup semi-final

Riley McGree's shot was well blocked by Wanderers goalkeeper Danijel Nizic only for Wanderers fullback Josh Risdon to handle as the ball came back towards goal. Fornaroli strolled forward but his approach was far too casual and although he sent Nizic the wrong way his softly struck penalty went wide of the post. When spot kicks like that come off, the taker 11

9 September 2018 10:55 AM Club presidents call for meeting with Capital Football board

They're also concerned about Brown's decision to introduce an NPL2 competition next year, despite moves in place for the FFA to conduct a review of the premier league structure around the country. It's meant discussions have taken place behind the scenes of the clubs potentially pushing for a vote of no confidence in O'Neill, but that's seen as a drastic 24

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 21

5 August 2018 9:03 AM Call for controversial sacking to be included in cricket's review

Cricket's players association has called for the contentious sacking of a Cricket Australia staff member over a series of tweets to be included in a wide-ranging cultural review of the sport's governing body. The Australian Cricketers Association has made the recommendation, after Tasmanian-based government relations manager Angela Williamson was sacked 27

26 July 2018 9:53 AM Cricket Australia may look beyond the boundary for new chief

Others in the running include WACA chief Christina Matthews, who is a decorated former player, former Cricket NSW chairman John Warn and chief executive Andrew Jones. Warn, a former Westfield executive and current Destination NSW chair, quit the CNSW top job in June citing personal reasons, but still remains on the board. CA head of game development 29

27 June 2018 1:30 AM Van Marwijk exits with no regrets over Cahill, selection or style

Van Marwijk won't lose any sleep over his reluctance to use Tim Cahill until the final 40 minutes of Australia's World Cup campaign - despite the condemnation and clamour for his inclusion from some of the more fevered elements of the Australian media - nor his failure to use Massimo Luongo, or several others, for a minute in this tournament. He works 15

18 June 2018 7:21 AM Sri Lanka captain to escape Cape Town ball-tampering fallout

Under the current rules, Chandimal, if found guilty, would be hit with only a level-two ban. This would involve a financial penalty, with a maximum sanction of one Test or two one-day internationals. Under the expected changes, ball tampering will become a level-three charge, meaning the top penalty could be four Tests or eight one-day internationals 24

23 May 2018 6:59 AM Cricket's players boss in line to be Demons chief

The ACA had been urging Steve Smith, David Warner and Cameron Bancroft to fight the lengthy bans imposed by CA, which it believed were "disproportionate", however the trio accepted the sanctions which head office believed was a slap in the face to the union. The ACA has also questioned the independence of the review called by CA to investigate whether 25