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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 9

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 15

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 18

10 May 2018 6:01 AM Cricket Australia review likened to banking royal commission

"Recent disclosures to the banking royal commission indicate that a review which is commissioned and paid for by a board, with terms of reference set by that board and a reporting process that has a closed loop back to the same board, will be viewed with cynicism," Dyer wrote in the ACA's Onside magazine. "The review's success and its broad acceptance 21

6 May 2018 12:53 PM Melbourne Victory goal controversy failed to dampen fans' excitement

Mr Mifsud and wife Brigette also brought their son Wally, who has been a Victory member since he was three weeks old. “The family have all been member's since the team was created," Tony said. We have caught every home game this year and we go interstate as well. We had to be in a different state for the final, that's the only reason we didn't go." Tas Mavridis 18

6 May 2018 10:31 AM FFA mea culpa to Newcastle Jets 'doesn't change things'

Newcastle Jets chief executive Lawrie McKinna has called for Football Federation Australia to drastically improve its use of the Video Assistant Referee after the governing body admitted the technology had malfunctioned during Saturday night's A-League grand final. The FFA remains committed to using VARs in the A-League despite announcing the technology 19

6 May 2018 7:31 AM VAR system failure led to Victory goal standing in A-League grand final

Football Federation Australia says a "technical failure in the VAR (video assistant referee) system" meant the video assistant referee did not have access to camera views that would have led to an offside call ruling out Melbourne Victory's winning goal over Newcastle Jets in Saturday night's grand final. But the governing body insisted it remains committed 18

3 March 2018 4:35 PM Australia in box seat to win first Test after extending big lead

The standout for Australia on Saturday was opener Cameron Bancroft, whose first half-century since his Test debut in Brisbane last November served to ease the pressure on his place in the Test side. He believes Starc and Lyon who claimed five and three wickets respectively in the first innings, will be crucial to the outcome on the final two days. "(Lyon) 44

27 February 2018 9:23 AM Crack Me Up to switch stables after Birchley ban from racing in NSW

Racing NSW chief steward Marc Van Gestel has decided to refuse entries of horses trained by Queensland trainer Liam Birchley because of his alleged involvement in the Aquanita doping circle. Stewards came to the decision after a review of the brief of evidence in the Aquanita case and also after considering written submission from Birchley's lawyer Travis 31

26 February 2018 5:43 AM Racing NSW serve trainer Birchley with show cause notice

Racing NSW have served Queensland trainer Liam Birchley with a show cause notice which throws into doubt whether will be allowed to train his Villiers Stakes winner Crack Me Up for April's $3 million Doncaster Mile during The Championships. The notice came after stewards were provided with a brief of evidence on the Lovani inquiry on Friday, and issued 27