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19 August 2018 1:52 PM Socceroo Mark Milligan heading to Scottish Premier League

Socceroos defender Mark Milligan has signed a two-year deal with Scottish club Hibernian, subject to securing a work permit. The former Melbourne Victory captain, 33, impressed in his three matches for Australia at last month's World Cup in Russia. He has played 71 times for the Socceroos. "I know it's a big club with an exciting young squad, and I hope to be able to add to that with my experience 4

12 August 2018 8:24 AM Tuggeranong United lose but still clinch first finals spot in 15 years

"We had belief that we had a squad good enough but when you've got the monkey on your back, it comes with a lot of pressure, especially getting to the end of the season with everyone talking about it," Stevens said. "To actually get it done is a really special feeling. We've worked really hard this year and I said to the guys it didn't come down to luck or another 12

11 August 2018 8:41 AM Kangaroos coach hopping mad over Warriors loss

West Belconnen's win shut the door on the Yass Magpies' hopes of sneaking into the top four, with the Magpies edging the Goulburn Bulldogs 28-22 at Goulburn. They needed a massive win and hope the Kangaroos did the same to the Warriors to have any chance of playing finals. Kangaroos coach Aaron Gorrell was confident they could turn the result around 10

9 August 2018 4:45 AM Waugh shares Oxford Tycoon with family, friends and staff

“I always wanted to race one with Robyn and it is just fun to have her part of the team. We have been friends forever. “When I did it we had broken him in and he had shown a bit and he was always a good-looking type with a nice walk. He is starting to live up to that on track. “He is still six months away from being at his best but he is still worth 8

7 August 2018 9:15 AM Angus Brayshaw tees off at West Coast CEO Trevor Nisbett and Andrew Gaff

"They didn't play golf, Hamish said he wasn't sure where they (West Coast) got that from." In contrast to Nisbett's comments, Angus pointed to his family being livid about the incident and hinted his family could take the matter further if the AFL Tribunal didn't come down hard on Gaff, who's out of contract at the end of 2018 and unlikely to play again 10

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 17

3 August 2018 4:25 AM Howlett plots preparations with a view to Kosciuszko

Muswellbrook trainer Todd Howlett was taken by surprise when the Kosciuszko was announced last month and now knows every time his horses step out they are auditioning for the $1.3 million race. Howlett has had success in town with Nic’s Vendetta, Magic Choir and All Stand in Highway handicaps, which are restricted to country-trained horses, as is the Kosciuszko 16

2 August 2018 6:47 AM Australian sevens bolter Yasmin Meakes is still pinching herself

"Anything is possible, it's insane, I'm so grateful it's happened to me but it does take a lot of hard work," Meakes said. "You feel a bit stupid doing so much running but it's definitely worth it in the end. I just want to keep improving and take my opportunities to play with these girls. "I'm really enjoying the moment but there definitely is a bit of an expectation 15

24 July 2018 1:31 PM The world-famous horse whisperer who says he can save Chautauqua's career

Racing NSW stewards have told trainer John Hawkes and his sons, Michael and Wayne, that Chautauqua will need to complete a series of trials if he’s to take his place in The Everest (1200 metres) at Randwick on October 13. The notoriously prickly Hawkes clan aren’t saying much at the moment. Privately, many in the racing industry believe we will never 17

20 July 2018 8:00 AM The Kosciusko: Country cousin of The Everest a grand prize for small trainers

The Kosciusko, like The Everest, isn’t a new financial game for the zillionaires, but a chance for country trainers, and smaller owners to get a bite of a $1.3 million cherry, which sure beats racing for chaff bags at picnic meetings. Certainly the sweepstakes run in connection with The Kosciusko, for which $5 tickets can be purchased at pubs for a chance 12