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Cricket NSW to build new Centre of Excellence at Homebush 12/11/18
Cricket NSW will build a new state of the art Centre of Excellence at Sydney Olympic Park, moving the home of cricket in NSW from the SCG out west.    Full Story ›
New SCG scoreboard debuts as soccer returns 4/11/18
The Sydney Cricket Ground recently hosted its first football game of the round-ball variety in 33 years. It also marked the debut of the southern hemispheres’ largest scoreboard.    Full Story ›
AFL action in Townsville
2019 AFL & NRL Fixtures Announced 2/11/18
The AFL and NRL have released their fixtures for the 2019 season and you can view all the details on the Austadiums website.    Full Story ›
Moonee Valley Racecourse redevelopment
Moonee Valley to undergo billion dollar transformation 28/10/18
Melbourne’s Moonee Valley Racecourse is about to undergo a six-year, $2 billion transformation.    Full Story ›
Flemington Racecourse Club Stand
Flemington's Club Stand sets new standard 19/10/18
The Victorian Racing Club recently opened its new $128 million Club Stand at Flemington Racecourse, featuring spectacular interiors unrivalled by any event venue in Australia or around the world.    Full Story ›
Cricket NSW to build new Centre of Excellence at Homebush  Cricket NSW to build new Centre of Excellence at Homebush 12/11/18
New SCG scoreboard debuts as soccer returns  New SCG scoreboard debuts as soccer returns 4/11/18
2019 AFL & NRL Fixtures Announced  2019 AFL & NRL Fixtures Announced 2/11/18
Moonee Valley to undergo billion dollar transformation  Moonee Valley to undergo billion dollar transformation 28/10/18
Flemington's Club Stand sets new standard  Flemington's Club Stand sets new standard 19/10/18


Football: Socceroos v Korea Republic
Saturday 17th, 6:50 PM @ Suncorp Stadium
The southern end of Suncorp Stadium and Southampton FC's former ground The Dell were both known as the Milton Road End.
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Live blog: Australia v South Africa Twenty20

Australia vs South Africa one-off Twenty20 international - Chris Lynn was pushed to the top of the order as Australia set about chasing a target of 109 in a 10-over-a-side match against South Africa.

Socceroos coach Graham Arnold says his squad is a work in progress after snatching a late draw against South Korea

While the general consensus is that the Socceroos got no less than they deserved against South Korea, Graham Arnold knows there?s work to be done.

Watch: Glenn Maxwell takes stunning catch to remove Faf du Plessis

GLENN Maxwell left his fingerprints all over Australia?s efforts in the field in Saturday?s rain-shortened Twenty20 against South Africa.

Mat Ryan produces unbelievable save to deny Korea Republic a certain goal

Mat Ryan proved why he?s on the radar of some of Europe?s biggest clubs when he pulled off an unbelievable save to deny the Korea Republic a certain goal.

Massimo Luongo?s 90th minute goal rescued a draw for the Socceroos

The Socceroos needed a dramatic, last-gasp equaliser to give themselves a relatively happy homecoming in front of 32,922 fans at Suncorp Stadium.

Player Ratings: Socceroos v South Korea

Well, they left it late, but the Socceroos snared a draw with South Korea in Brisbane.

Live Test Rugby: Wallabies v Italy

Italy are looking to turn the screws on Michael Cheika and gun for their first ever win over ailing Australia, who are in the mire after a terrible recent run of results.

Live Test Rugby: All Blacks v Ireland

Six Nations Grand Slam winners Ireland host world champions New Zealand on Sunday (6am AEDT) in what could be termed an unofficial global final less than a year from the real thing.

John Hopoate finger-poked rivals while wearing a glove at Legends of League tournament


Sheffield Shield: Batting shambles leaves Test places in doubt

On a day billed as a vital red-ball batting audition for Test hopefuls and incumbents alike, it was the bowlers who stole the show and left many in doubt over their international careers.

Laura Alleway and Kyra Cooney-Cross started on the bench for Victory after traffic jam

It?s a scenario that plays out every week for futsal matches and amateur games around the country.

Jarryd Hayne future uncertain after two clubs reportedly lose interest

Jarryd Hayne?s two NRL lifelines have reportedly both cooled their interest in the uncontracted star amid revelations he is the subject of a police investigation into allegations of sexual assault.

UFC star Cynthia Calvillo addresses weight cut gone wrong after shocked reaction to scary scenes

Matching weight cutting with athletes? welfare continues to be a serious challenge facing combat sports and Cynthia Calvillo is the latest fighter to address what went wrong when she missed weight ahead of a UFC Fight Night in Argentina.

Stats suggest it doesn?t matter whether Socceroos have local or foreign boss

?I think it?s nice to have an Australian in charge again,? said new Socceroos captain Mark Milligan this week as the national team prepared for their first match on home soil in 12 months.

Ellyse Perry to make Australian cricket history at World T20

Superstar all-rounder Ellyse Perry will break new ground in Australian cricket this weekend when she becomes the first male or female from the country to play their 100th Twenty20 international.

NBA Wrap: Thon?s monster block in Bucks? comeback win, Kyrie Irving explodes vs. Raptors, and Wizards lose ... again

There were big plays, surprise stars, and a string of thrilling games on another day of bizarre NBA action.

Mark Milligan named Socceroos captain

Veteran defender Mark Milligan will lead the Socceroos in next year?s Asian Cup after being named as the national team?s new captain.

NBA: Ben Simmons comes up huge in the clutch, Jimmy Butler takes dig at former T?Wolves teammates

Ben Simmons was quiet in Jimmy Butler?s home debut for the Philadelphia 76ers.

Sheffield Shield: Tasmania all out for 81, Chris Tremain takes stunning five-for

Five wickets to Chris Tremain has helped Victoria bowl Tasmania out for 81 shortly after lunch on the opening day of their Sheffield Shield match in Hobart.

Socceroos vs South Korea: Ultimate Guide for Australia?s Asian Cup final re-match in Brisbane

For the first time since the 2015 Asian Cup final, the Socceroos will take on South Korea in a friendly.

Sheffield Shield: Matt Renshaw suffers blow to Test hopes

Matt Renshaw will be left sweating over his Test aspirations after posting another low score in the Sheffield Shield.

AFL draft 2018: The best mature-age prospects from SANFL and NEAFL clubs could consider

Last year it was Dom Barry and Oskar Baker.

Australia v India shapes as runfest at World T20

A BATTLE of the superbats looms in what could be a preview of the Women?s World T20 final when Australia take on India in Georgetown, Guyana early Sunday morning (AEDT).

Sheffield Shield: Shaun and Mitch Marsh flop for Western Australia

Further questions over the red-ball credentials of the Marsh brothers will arise after the pair flopped with the bat in the Sheffield Shield on Saturday.

AFL draft 2018: Kevin Sheehan believes there are four worthy No. 1 picks

Sam Walsh is the hot favourite to go No. 1 in the AFL draft but league talent chief Kevin Sheehan believes the conversation extends beyond the star Geelong Falcons midfielder.

Australia v South Africa Twenty20 international: Players to look out for

There will be a point to prove for most of the Australian line-up when it faces South Africa in a one-off Twenty20 international at Carrara Stadium on Saturday night.

Introducing the South East Melbourne Phoenix, the NBL?s newest franchise

The NBL?s ninth franchise has just unveiled its name: the South East Melbourne Phoenix.

ATP Finals: Ominous Djokovic cruises into final four, Zverev sets up Federer clash

NOVAK Djokovic prepared for his last-four clash with Kevin Anderson at the ATP Finals in ominous fashion by outlasting Marin Cilic 7-6 (9/7), 6-2 as Alexander Zverev geared up to face Roger Federer.

Maty Ryan is ambitious about his next move, but is perfectly content at Brighton

?I?ve always just tried to do the best I can do, see where it takes me and I?ll be along for the ride?, says Maty Ryan.

Grace Hamilton travelling to Zambia for rugby clinics

GRACE Hamilton is ready to fall in love with rugby all over again.

Australia v South Africa Twenty20: Chris Lynn ?loving every minute? of Proteas challenge

A Kagiso Rabada send-off may still be ringing in his ears but Australia?s Chris Lynn is relishing the threat posed by South Africa?s feared attack in their Twenty20 international on the Gold Coast.

NBA Rundown: The Tyson Chandler effect on the Lakers, Proof Steph Curry is the MVP, LeBron?s monster line

Hey, remember when every single one of us made judgments after the first two weeks of the season? Yeah, forget all of that.

John Henson suffers torn wrist ligament, potentially opening door for Thon Maker

Up until this point in the season, Thon Maker had effectively been in the Milwaukee Bucks? doghouse.

AFL draft 2018: Who do the top draft prospects support in the AFL?

How do you pick an AFL team?

?Pooper? conundrum, foreign coach: Former Wallabies mentor John Connolly?s take on Australian rugby landscape

Whichever way you look at it, Australian rugby is struggling at the moment.

Burning Questions: Wallabies? Italian Job, why ?poor? All Blacks will lose

The Wallabies couldn?t lose to Italy, could they?

Paulo Bento is expecting a tough match against a quality Socceroos outfit

Australia?s midfielders such as Tom Rogic and Aaron Mooy are a worry for South Korea coach Paulo Bento as the teams prepare for their friendly international in Brisbane.

Jordan Petaia, Rory Arnold late withdrawals from Wallabies team to play Italy in Padua

Teenage gun Jordan Petaia has been ruled out of making his Test debut after succumbing to a hamstring injury and withdrawing from the Wallabies? team to play Italy.

Annesley says it?s his job to deliver ?open and entertaining football?

New head of elite football Graham Annesley wants to make sure games are free flowing next season, and he?s going to deliver a mandate to Bernard Sutton that will allow that to happen.

SBS pundit Craig Foster withdraws candidacy for FFA board

Craig Foster has withdrawn his candidacy for the Football Federation Australia board at the 11th hour, announcing he does not have ?the necessary stakeholder support to succeed?.

Russell Wilson caps Seattle Seahawks? rally past Green Bay Packers

After a shaky beginning, Russell Wilson got hot in the fourth quarter, Bobby Wagner and Seattle?s defence stymied Aaron Rodgers and the Seahawks stayed in the middle of the NFC playoff race.

Sheffield Shield wrap: Mixed fortunes for Test hopefuls

The fog surrounding Australia?s next Test squad has started to clear after its hopefuls had a day of mixed fortunes in the Sheffield Shield.

NBA Wrap: Warriors suffer blowout loss to Rockets amid player drama, Nuggets bench Jamal Murray

Entering the season, this matchup between the Golden State Warriors and the Houston Rockets was billed as a battle of the top of the West.

The first woman is set to be inducted into the Australian Rules Hall of Fame next year after changes were made to eligibility

The AFL has made key changes to the Australian Rules Hall of Fame criteria, paving the way for the first woman to be inducted.

Draymond Green reportedly said to Kevin Durant: ?We don?t need you. We won without you. Leave?

Draymond Green didn?t just call Kevin Durant a b**ch. He basically played chicken with the two-time Finals MVP?s upcoming free agency.

?It?s so much fun just doing it?: Wallabies job still Michael Cheika?s dream role despite horror year

His team may coming under-fire following a hugely disappointing season, but Wallabies coach Michael Cheika maintains he wouldn?t want any other job.

Sheffield Shield: Moises Henriques blasts 150 against Queensland

Moises Henriques has announced himself as a late contender for Test selection after posting a mammoth total against Queensland on Friday.

Dave Wessels backs new recruit Quade Cooper to excel after year out from Super Rugby and put himself in the frame to play at the World Cup

The Melbourne Rebels believe a season out of Super Rugby has been a good thing for their star recruit Quade Cooper.

Indian Premier League: Steve Smith and David Warner seal $2.4M returns from suspension

Steve Smith and David Warner will be able to use next year?s Indian Premier League to prepare for the Cricket World Cup after being welcomed back by their respective franchises.

The difference between Wayne Rooney?s England farewell and Tim Cahill?s for the Socceroos

Liverpool legend Dietmar Hamann believes Australia is doing the right thing by giving Tim Cahill a playing send-off ? but wasn?t in support of England?s decision to hand one to Wayne Rooney.

Meet Lee Kang-in: The 17-year-old rated at $124m who could soon be facing the Socceroos

?He?s got ambition and talent. It?s hard to find a player with talent that still works so hard but that?s Kang-in. Those of us that know him have no doubt that he?ll go all the way.?

Moises Henriques opens up on his darkest hour

On his darkest days, prodigious cricket talent Moises Henriques would hide from his friends and weep into his hands for hours.

With the Asian Cup around the corner, here?s what to watch out for when the Socceroos face South Korea in Brisbane

While Graham Arnold continues to be coy about who will wear the captain?s armband, the Socceroos coach has promised pace and creativity up front ? and also a glimpse of Australia?s Scottish-born winger.

Ben Tameifuna is putting his massive frame to use for Tonga

Former Chiefs prop Ben Tameifuna looks to have claimed the mantle of heaviest man in Test rugby, weighing in at 153kg ahead of Tonga?s clash against Wales this weekend.

AFL draft 2018: Ned McHenry is one of the funniest characters in the 2018 draft pool

When you think of bubbly and funny characters in the AFL, you can?t go far past Richmond?s 2017 draftee Jack Higgins.

?They?ve assured me a spot?: Dragons declare Matt Dufty is staying put

The Dragons have cleared reports young gun Matt Dufty is on his way out of the club, with recruitment boss Ian Millward breaking his silence on the matter.

?They were the fiercest?: Has Australia lost its cricket identity?

South African captain Faf du Plessis says Australia?s in-your-face style is their strength and should not be sacrificed despite the fallout over the ball tampering controversy.

MotoGP Valencia Grand Prix 2018 qualifying LIVE: Latest results and updates from final race of the season

Welcome to our live coverage of all the action from qualifying for the MotoGP Valencia Grand Prix at the Circuit Ricardo Tormo.

Australian Open golf day two: America Matt Kuchar takes share of clubhouse lead, joined by Victorian amateur

American Matt Kuchar has lived up to his billing as the highest-ranked player at the Australian Open by taking a share of the clubhouse lead midway through the second round.

The VAR will be in use for the Socceroos ?powerhouse? match against South Korea on Saturday night

The VAR will be in use for the Socceroos? friendly match against South Korea in Brisbane on Saturday night following the announcement that the technology will be introduced from the quarter-final stage of next year?s Asian Cup.

How VAR in the Premier League could cause mayhem for Liverpool and Manchester United

VAR will be used in the Premier League next season ? but its introduction is a headache for both Manchester United and Liverpool.

?Worst team in 60 years?: Alan Jones unloads on Wallabies

Former Wallabies coach Alan Jones has savaged the current Australian team ? calling them the worst outfit since 1958 and suggesting a radical new coaching staff to succeed Michael Cheika.

Daniel Ricciardo explains leaving Red Bull for Renault as he expects 2018 bad luck to ?dissolve?

Daniel Ricciardo is showing no signs of regretting his decision to leave Red Bull at the end of the season after insisting he is confident his bad luck will ?dissolve? at Renault.

?Fix players taking the piss?: Sin-bin shot clock back on the agenda

The NRL looks set to introduce a sin-bin shot clock.

NFL: Patrick Mahomes offered tomato sauce for life if he throws an NFL-record 57 touchdowns this season

Breakout NFL superstar Patrick Mahomes has been given quite the incentive to set a league record this year.

Bayern Munich leading the race to sign Zinedine Zidane, Alexis Sanchez?s salary see United?s wage bill increase by 10 per cent

It?s all kicking off at Bayern Munich ? James Rodriguez is out for the season, they?re close to bringing in one of the Premier League?s hottest talents and they?re leading the race to sign Zinedine Zidane.

AFL 2019: North Melbourne recruit Aaron Hall is ?looking forward to proving some people wrong?

Aaron Hall is desperate to taste on-field success with North Melbourne and it will be even better if he can prove a few people wrong on the way to the finals.

Second game of Australian Boomers vs Team USA series sold out, limited tickets remain for opener

The exhibition series between the Australian Boomers and Team USA is nearly sold out.

AFL draft 2018: Who the bargain picks for your club may be, live chat

Everyone knows about the top prospects ahead of next week?s AFL draft.

Who knew? Sri Lanka batsman punished by rare, bizarre cricket rule

A rarely used and bizarre cricket law has robbed Sri Lanka of five runs in a comical sequence of events in Kandy.

Wallabies forwards coach Simon Raiwalui faces the music

Under fire Wallabies forwards coach Simon Raiwalui insists he feels no extra pressure for improved results.

AFL draft 2018: How Emma Quayle is using journalism skills to help Giants stabilise playing list

IN A previous working life, Emma Quayle would?ve respectfully picked apart why the Giants had lost several key players so quickly.

NRL star Jarryd Hayne reportedly ?in hiding? after assault claims

NRL star Jarryd Hayne has reportedly become unreachable following reports the out-of-contract star is the subject of a sexual assault complaint.

Panthers let Trent Merrin sign with Leeds to focus on locking up James Fisher-Harris long term

Penrith have set their sights on locking New Zealand Test forward James Fisher-Harris in long-term after releasing Trent Merrin to the English Super League.

Mathew Leckie says Graham Arnold is a good fit for Socceroos

To borrow a prime ministerial phrase, Mathew Leckie is excited about the ?fair dinkum? energy an Australian coaching the Socceroos brings.

Bathurst 12 Hour: Triple Eight announce Supercars dream team of Craig Lowndes, Shane van Gisbergen and Jamie Whincup

Triple Eight Race Engineering has revealed an all-star line-up for the Bathurst 12 Hour with Supercars stars Craig Lowndes, Jamie Whincup and Shane van Gisbergen teaming up.

FFA announce expansion of indigenous football program with building of 12 new centres

The FFA has announced a three-year partnership with Commonwealth Government and John Moriarty Football that shapes as a huge boost to indigenous participation in the sport.

Six reasons why the Broncos will be fine if they let Josh McGuire and Alex Glenn walk

The Broncos are reportedly set to move on two of their most loyal servants in Josh McGuire and Alex Glenn to build their pack around a plethora of young stars.

Roman Abramovich warned ?not to faint? before presented with N?Golo Kante?s agents? crazy fees

Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich was warned ?not to faint? before he was presented with N?Golo Kante?s agents? fees.

Graham Annesley has urged referee Matt Cecchin to backflip on Super League to return to NRL

GRAHAM Annesley?s task to fix the NRL referees has already begun with the new head of football operations urging Matt Cecchin to backflip on joining the Super League.

Shots fired! Mitchell Johnson?s hilarious tweet reignites old Virat Kohli feud

Retired Australian quick Mitchell Johnson has reignited an old feud with polarising Indian skipper Virat Kohli with one brutal and hilarious tweet.

MotoGP Valencia Grand Prix 2018: Scott Redding slams closed-off riders as he leaves series

Departing MotoGP rider Scott Redding has fired shots at the series, saying his won?t miss the ?atmosphere? or ?the general attitude? around the paddock.

Alexis Sanchez in dressing room bust up after Manchester derby humiliation? and is now ?acting weird? at Chile training

Manchester United flop Alexis Sanchez is at his lowest ebb since joining the club.

AFL news 2019: Dan Hannebery makes excellent first impression at St Kilda, says Tim Watson

TALK about making an excellent first impression.

Transfer Whispers: David Klemmer?s replacement ?close?, another Bronco out the door

The Roosters are resigned to losing their premiership prop Dylan Napa to the Bulldogs in time for the 2019 season.

W-League: How Melbourne City?s dominance has forced Melbourne Victory to lift its game

When Melbourne City entered the W-League in 2015, few felt the impact more than Melbourne Victory.

International wrap: Croatia stun Spain, England triumph in Wayne Rooney?s farewell

It was the young guns that shined for the Three Lions in Wayne Rooney?s farewell, while Belgium proved once again why they?re a force to be reckoned with.

Rally Australia 2018: World Rally Championship comes to a head in tight tussle for title

You couldn?t write a script to make this weekend?s Kennard?s Hire Rally Australia any more exciting than it is already.

NBA: Carmelo Anthony to part ways with Houston Rockets as 10-time All-Star?s future now in question

The future of 10-time NBA All-Star Carmelo Anthony is unclear after the Houston Rockets reportedly made the call to move on from the forward.

Tennis: Roger Federer gains Wimbledon revenge on Kevin Anderson at ATP Finals, 100th title within reach

Roger Federer gained sweet revenge over Kevin Anderson at the ATP Finals on Thursday, staying on course for his 100th title with a 6-4, 6-3 win as both players progressed to the last four.

AFL draft 2018: Pick swap between St Kilda and Gold Coast reportedly being considered

ST KILDA is reportedly considering a bold pick swap that could allow Gold Coast to recruit the top three South Australian prospects of this year?s draft, according to Brownlow Medallist Gerard Healy.

Who are you kidding, King? Virat Kohli puts heat on Aussies ahead of ?sledge-free? tour

India captain Virat Kohli said he wants a sledge-free tour of Australia but is ready to fight fire with fire on the landmark series.

Cowboys centre Kane Linnett has joined Super League club Hull KR

English Super League side Hull KR have signed centre Kane Linnett on a three-year deal from NRL club North Queensland Cowboys.

AFL draft 2018: Sam Walsh talks Carlton, Cobden and family as he enters draft as Pick 1 favourite

If you?ve watched Sam Walsh play over recent years, you can understand why he looms as the hot Pick 1 favourite for next week?s AFL national draft.

NBA: Miami Heat?s Hassan Whiteside has $50k assault rifle stolen from car moments after buying it

Miami Heat centre Hassan Whiteside had a brand-spanking-new $50,000 assault rifle stolen from his $400,000 Rolls Royce after he left the car unlocked in the parking lot of the gun store where he made the purchase.

Video Assistant Referee (VAR) to be used in the Premier League from next season

Video Assistant Referees (VAR) are set to be used in the Premier League next season after clubs agreed ?in principle? to their introduction.

Glenn Maxwell, Aaron Finch among $6.5M Aussie talent cut from IPL teams

Glenn Maxwell and Aaron Finch are among more than $6.5 million worth of Australian talent cut from Indian Premier League teams.

Ex-NFL star comes out as gay, reveals he?s getting married

The upcoming vows were only part of the news to friends of former Cowboys linebacker Jeff Rohrer.

Scott Boland is ready to wear the Baggy Green if called upon after stellar start to Sheffield Shield season

Collecting a Shield-high 24 wickets at 13 across the first three Sheffield Shield games of the season would normally be enough to warrant a spot in the XI for the first Test of the season.

Croatia beat Spain 3-2

Spain passed up the chance to seal progress to the Nations League finals as they were beaten 3-2 by Croatia on Thursday, undone by a 93rd-minute winner from Tin Jedvaj.

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