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MCG claims bragging rights in Stadium Awards 13/01/19
The MCG has taken out the inaugural Austadiums Awards, voted by fans as Australia’s Best Stadium for 2018, while also winning a further two of the minor categories.   Full Story
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Major upgrade for Sydney Tennis Centre 8/01/19
The Sydney Olympic Park Tennis Centre will receive a much-needed $50 million upgrade and host the new ATP Cup in a shakeup of the Australian summer of tennis.   Full Story
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The biggest and best: Highlights of 2018 28/12/18
2018 has been another big year for Australian Stadiums and the Austadiums website. We look back at the year that was.   Full Story
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Taskforce announces future vision for Queensland Stadiums 20/12/18
The Stadiums Queensland Taskforce has released their final report, which includes recommending Ballymore to be discontinued as a major venue and no new boutique stadium to be built.   Full Story
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Western Melbourne and South-West Sydney to join A-League 13/12/18
A new stadium will be built in Melbourne’s west and Campbelltown Stadium will be redeveloped following confirmation of two new teams entering the A-League over the next two seasons.   Full Story
MCG claims bragging rights in Stadium Awards  MCG claims bragging rights in Stadium Awards 13/01/19
Major upgrade for Sydney Tennis Centre  Major upgrade for Sydney Tennis Centre 8/01/19
The biggest and best: Highlights of 2018  The biggest and best: Highlights of 2018 28/12/18
Taskforce announces future vision for Queensland Stadiums  Taskforce announces future vision for Queensland Stadiums 20/12/18
Western Melbourne and South-West Sydney to join A-League  Western Melbourne and South-West Sydney to join A-League 13/12/18


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Australian Open 2019: Live scores, results, Day 11 order of play for Thursday 24 January, updates, video

Petra Kvitova has booked her spot in the 2019 Australian Open final, after defeating unheralded American Danielle Collins, 7-6(7-2), 6-0. Follow day 11 live!

Live blog: Australia v Sri Lanka first Test at the Gabba

Australia vs Sri Lanka, first Test, day one at the Gabba — Sri Lanka elected to bat after winning the toss in the Brisbane day-night Test on Thursday, starting 2pm EDT.

NBA: Ben Simmons drops triple-double, sparks wild 76ers comeback win against San Antonio Spurs

It may be too late for All-Star starter consideration with the teams set to be announced Friday (AEDT), but Ben Simmons continues to show why he should be in Charlotte come February.

WSBK 2019: Two Aussies handed wildcards for Phillip Island

Australian riders Troy Herfoss and Tom Toparis have been handed wildcard entries for the World Superbikes and Supersport Championships round at Phillip Island in February.

Watch: Russians embrace bizarre ‘snow rugby’

On a January morning in Moscow temperatures are hanging around -10 degrees Celsius.

AFC Asian Cup 2019: All you need to know about VAR to be used from quarterfinals

The AFC Asian Cup 2019 has now entered its business end and we’re all set for the quarterfinals which commence on Thursday, 24th January. But there’s one huge addition which will be made to the tournament at this stage – the Video Assistant Referee (VAR).

WhatsApp negotiations to bizarre clauses: The hidden costs of transfers and contracts revealed

WhatsApp negotiations, bizarre clauses and the true cost of a transfer. Football lawyer Daniel Geey’s new book Done Deal opens up the world of multi-million pound transfers.

Unfinished business: Why All Blacks ace inked new NZ deal

Veteran hooker Dane Coles has ruled himself out of the expected exodus of All Blacks following this year’s World Cup, signing a new deal on Thursday to stay in New Zealand until the end of 2021.

Gonzalo Higuain to Chelsea: Alvaro Morata forced the move, and it shapes as make-or-break

After weeks of speculation, Chelsea has finally completed a tricky transfer manoeuvre to seal the signing of highly credentialed striker Gonzalo Higuain.

‘Let’s get ready for a few grenades’: Eddie Jones at it again

England coach Eddie Jones joked he would be buying a pair of binoculars to have a look at Ireland’s training sessions ahead of an eagerly anticipated Six Nations opener in Dublin on February 2.

Football Federation Australia has begun the search to replace ousted Matildas coach Alen Stajcic

Football Federation Australia has begun the search to replace ousted Matildas coach Alen Stajcic.

Manchester City transfer news: How Barcelona signing Frenkie de Jong highlights Pep Guardiola’s new policy

From the moment Sheikh Mansour was confirmed as the new owner of Manchester City, he was determined to make a statement of intent in the transfer window, to celebrate the Citizens’ new status as the richest club in the world.

Western Melbourne Group appoint John Hutchinson as assistant coach for inaugural season

A-League newcomers Western Melbourne Group have announced former Central Coast Mariner John Hutchinson as an assistant coach for the club’s inaugural season in the competition.

‘He gives in mentally’: Tennis legend John McEnroe slams Kei Nishikori after retirement

Tennis legend John McEnroe has suggested Kei Nishikori is “mentally” fragile, after the eighth seed retired from his quarterfinal encounter with Novak Djokovic on Wednesday night.

Pregnant pause: Aussie sevens star backed for Olympic return

Emilee Cherry’s former coach has backed the Australian sevens standout to flourish once she returns from the birth of her first child later this year.

Australian Open 2019: Anna Wintour calls for Margaret Court Arena to be renamed

Anna Wintour may be best know as Vogue America’s editor in chief.

Central Coast Mariners sign Jem Karacan

Struggling Central Coast have finally secured the former Premier League midfielder they had been linked with before their grim A-League campaign.

Former billionaire Newcastle Knights, Jets owner Nathan Tinkler opens up on his dramatic downfall

Nathan Tinkler was the man who had the world at his feet, only to have it all come crashing down.

Rumour mill: Marcelo eyes fairytale reunion with Cristiano Ronaldo, Liverpool join race to sign Callum Hudson-Odoi

Marcelo and Cristiano Ronaldo were the best of friends during their time together in Spain and now Marcelo is keen to reunite with his former teammate — this time in Italy!

Milos Degenek signed for Saudi Arabian giants Al Hilal just six months after joining Red Star Belgrade

Socceroos defender Milos Degenek has indicated external factors played a role in his big-money move to Saudi Arabian giants Al Hilal.

AFL pre-season 2019: Round 1 growing unlikely with Joe Daniher yet to join full Essendon training

Round 1 looms as an unlikely proposition for star Essendon forward Joe Daniher as he battles to recover from the groin injury that derailed his 2018 season.

Hobart Hurricanes veteran Johan Botha retires from all forms of cricket after loss to Sydney Sixers

Former South Africa all-rounder Johan Botha has announced his immediate retirement from all forms of cricket.

AFL 2019: Jeremy McGovern eyes pre-season hit-out, coach hints at Round 1 bolter duo

West Coast coach Adam Simpson is confident Grand Final hero Jeremy McGovern will recover from rib surgery in time to play in the AFL’s pre-season series.

Neymar in tears after suspected broken metatarsal puts him in doubt for Manchester United clash

Paris Saint-Germain ace Neymar was in tears on Wednesday night as he left the pitch with a suspected broken metatarsal.

Australian Open 2019: Lucas Pouille doesn’t understand the interest in his coaching choice

Lucas Pouille took a leaf from the Andy Murray playbook when he hired Amelie Mauresmo to be his coach and it has quickly paid the dividend of him reaching a first Grand Slam semi-final.

AFL: Chris Yarran pleads guilty to charges stemming from crime spree across Perth

Troubled former AFL player Chris Yarran has pleaded guilty to eight charges stemming from a meth-fuelled crime spree across Perth, which included stealing cars and crashing into vehicles.

WRC Rallye Monte Carlo 2019: All eyes on the Sebs as Ogier and Loeb prepare for battle

The FIA World Rally Championship roars back into action for the 2019 season with the oldest and most famous event of them all, Rallye Monte Carlo, starting on Thursday.

Rabbitohs rival looks to break up Burgess bros with multi-year deal

George Burgess is backing himself to impress Wayne Bennett and earn a contract extension at the Rabbitohs, spurning a multi-year offer from the Eels.

AFL pre-season 2019: Heppell to continue as skipper as Bombers trim leaders

Dyson Heppell will captain the Bombers for a third-straight season after the club announced a streamlined leadership group for 2019.

Fans baffled as Liverpool star Mohamed Salah goes offline

Fans were left baffled on Wednesday after Liverpool’s star Egyptian striker Mohamed Salah appeared to have deleted all of his social media accounts where his followers number in the millions.

‘I’m a bit ruthless like that’: Thorn finally addresses elephant in the room

Queensland coach Brad Thorn has wiped the slate clean after 12 months of distractions, promoting Samu Kerevi to captain the Super Rugby club.

Tiger Woods set for 2019 debut at his own ‘personal playground’

Rory McIlroy had a week to remember his first trip to San Diego. He carried Northern Ireland’s flag during the opening ceremony of the Junior World Championship and later had a picture taken at Torrey Pines with a certain Mr. Woods.

Dinesh Chandimal surprised Shaun Marsh was axed for Australia’s Test series against Sri Lanka

The axing of misfiring Australian batsman Shaun Marsh has provided sweet relief for Sri Lankan captain Dinesh Chandimal.

Supercoach Schmidt: Why All Blacks job is a waiting game

Joe Schmidt thinks he would be pushing his luck by seeking a coaching role with New Zealand after this year’s Rugby World Cup.

Dallin Watene-Zelezniak has withdrawn from Maori All Stars contention with a knee injury

New Zealand captain Dallin Watene-Zelezniak has been ruled out of contention for the Maori All Stars team with a knee injury.

Tim Paine hoping for traditional Gabba wicket ahead of first Test against Sri Lanka

Tim Paine will hope to look down at the Gabba wicket before the toss for the series-opener against Sri Lanka on Thursday and breathe a sigh of relief.

Socceroos coach Graham Arnold has some big calls to make with Tom Rogic suspended for the quarter-final against UAE

Australia’s quest to discover a key to unlock packed defences at the Asian Cup has Socceroos coach Graham Arnold contemplating a change of formation for Friday’s quarter-final against the UAE.

Kei Nishikori left to rue physical woes again in Australian Open retirement against Novak Djokovic

Kei Nishikori’s latest grand slam campaign has ended at the hands of two familiar nemeses — Novak Djokovic and his own body.

‘Big decisions’: Anthony Joshua set to pick next opponent from three-man shortlist

Anthony Joshua will make “big decisions” this weekend as negotiations continue with a three-man shortlist of opponents for his next world heavyweight title fight.

‘I believe it can happen’: New Reds skipper’s huge title call

He might only be around for one more season, but new Queensland captain Samu Kerevi insists that’s enough time to turn the young Reds into Super Rugby champions.

NBA trades: Memphis Grizzlies open to trading stars Marc Gasol and Mike Conley

The Memphis Grizzlies will begin listening to trade offers for centre Marc Gasol and guard Mike Conley for the first time since the pair developed into franchise building blocks a decade ago, ESPN reports.

Russel Arnold compares Kusal Mendis to Mahela Jayawardene ahead of Sri Lanka’s Test series against Australia

He may be unheralded in Australia but Sri Lanka’s Kusal Mendis has been tipped to make everyone sit up and take notice in their two-Test series starting in Brisbane.

F1 news 2019: McLaren predict Formula 1 car of 2050 to have AI and 500km/h racing

Is this what Formula One race cars will look like in 2050?

Burton Albion 0-1 Manchester City: Premier League champs reach League Cup final after stroll

Manchester City completed the formality of sealing their place in the League Cup final with a 1-0 win at Burton on Wednesday that wrapped up a 10-0 aggregate triumph.

Fulham ban Aboubakar Kamara indefinitely after he was arrested following a training ground fight

Fulham striker Aboubakar Kamara has been banished by the Premier League club after getting arrested for an incident at its training ground in south London.

Emiliano Sala’s ex-girlfriend posts ‘soccer mafia’ message on social media after striker’s disappearance

An ex-girlfriend of missing Cardiff City striker Emiliano Sala believes his disappearance was no accident.

Games, points, tries: The NRL milestones and records within reach in 2019

From big game milestones, to tryscoring feats and everything in between.

Barcelona win race for young gun Frenkie De Jong

Barcelona signed promising 21-year-old Netherlands midfielder Frenkie de Jong from Ajax for 75 million euros ($85.5 million) on Wednesday, although he won’t start playing for the Spanish champions until next season.

The Wests Tigers have submitted an appeal to the NRL to have CEO Justin Pascoe reinstated

The Wests Tigers have submitted a response to the NRL in a bid to lessen the severity of punishment they face for alleged salary cap breaches.

Chelsea transfer news: Gonzalo Higuain signs on loan from Juventus after AC Milan exit

Gonzalo Higuain has completed his long-anticipated loan deal to Chelsea from Juventus, with Alvaro Morata now expected to depart the club imminently.

WATCH: Karolina Pliskova’s husband Michal Hrdlička wildly celebrates epic comeback win

Now that’s what we call a celebration.

Emiliano Sala: Sensitive questions posed over missing Cardiff footballer’s contract

As searchers offered little hope on Wednesday of finding Emiliano Sala alive, some in football posed the first sensitive questions over insurance and the fee Cardiff had just agreed to pay for the Argentine striker.

Michael Vaughan and Shane Warne slam Will Pucovski’s omission from Gabba Test XI

Australia should have picked 20-year-old prodigy Will Pucovski to debut alongside Kurtis Patterson against Sri Lanka.

Cardiff striker Sala presumed dead as rescuers suspend sea search

Rescuers said there was almost no chance of Premier League soccer player Emiliano Sala being found alive after a recording emerged of a fearful voice message he apparently sent from his stricken plane before it disappeared over the English Channel.

Dallas Cowboys star Cole Beasley slams ‘front office’ in explosive tweet

There’s big drama brewing in Dallas

Sam Stosur and Zhang Shuai advance to the Australian Open women’s doubles final

Samantha Stosur has lapped up a moment in the Melbourne Park spotlight, winning through to the Australian Open women’s doubles final.

Australian Open 2019: Heartbreaking scenes as Kei Nishikori retires hurt in quarter-final against Djokovic

Novak Djokovic has advanced through to the semi-finals of the Australian Open after Kei Nishikori was forced to retire hurt.

WATCH: Steve Smith clone Josh Philippe’s record-breaking BBL onslaught

Unlikely hero Josh Philippe has fired the Sydney Sixers to a thumping nine- wicket upset win over the Hobart Hurricanes to reinforce their Big Bash League credentials.

The Kick-off: The sports stories you need to know this morning

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Japanese company under fire for ‘whitewashing’ stars

Australian Open semi-finalist Naomi Osaka should be focusing on her charge to the No. 1 ranking – instead her Melbourne campaign has been dragged into controversy by a “whitewashed” cartoon advertisement.

Perth Glory and Adelaide United play out 0-0 draw

Perth Glory’s lead at the top of the ladder has been cut to just two points after being held to a 0-0 draw against Adelaide at HBF Park. Wednesday night’s wet and windy conditions meant the match failed to reach any great heights, with Glory playing out a scoreless draw for the second game in a row.

Kurtis Patterson and Jhye Richardson handed Test debuts, Joe Burns recalled to Aussie team

UPDATE: Australian selectors have sprung a number of selection surprises for Thursday’s day-night Test against Sri Lanka at the Gabba, handing debuts to Kurtis Patterson and Jhye Richardson while recalling Joe Burns for just his second Test in more than two years.

AFL 2019: Crucial leave tweak helping ease gruelling burden on coaches, says Mark Brayshaw

The crucial issue of work-life balance among the coaching fraternity is already on the improve, according to coaches boss Mark Brayshaw, thanks to the recent introduction of an AFL-driven initiative.

Australian Open 2019: Sam Stosur and Zhang Shuai into Women's Doubles Final

Sam Stosur is just one win away from her first grand slam title in eight years.

Sydney Sixers vs Hobart Hurricanes: BBL best moments

Youngster Josh Philippe and Englishman James Vince have steered the Sixers to an unlikely victory against the Hobart Hurricanes, who lose only their second match of the tournament to date.

Jets soar, Mariners sink: Finals hopes still alive as Newcastle exert derby dominance

Kaine Sheppard capped a memorable week with a match-winning goal as Newcastle hung on for a 1-0 victory over derby rivals Central Coast at McDonald Jones Stadium.

Australian Open 2019: Novak Djokovic delivers funny on-court chat including Aussie accent

No-one ever wants to see a player retire hurt; especially not centre court ticket holders.

The tennis world was absolutely speechless after watching Serena William’s collapse

Serena Williams quarterfinal fade out against Karolina Pliskova has delivered the headline moment of the tournament so far after three sets of high drama that stunned the tennis world.

Sydney FC defeat Wellington Phoenix 1-0 despite having two huge decisions go against them

Sydney FC defeated Wellington Phoenix 1-0 after a drama-packed game at Westpac Stadium.

Australian Open 2019: Rafael Nadal v Stefanos Tsitsipas, live scores, updates, semi-final match

The vast experience of Rafael Nadal meets the exciting youth of Stefanos Tsitsipas in a fascinating first men’s semi-final at the Australian Open tonight.

Melbourne Stars vs Adelaide Strikers: BBL best moments

The country town of Moe was treated to their first ever taste of the BBL, witnessing a dominant display from the Melbourne Stars, who thrashed the visiting Adelaide Strikers by 44 runs.

Australian Open 2019: Live scores, results, Day 10 order of play for Wednesday January 23, updates, video

Karolina Pliskova has come from 5-1 down in the final set and saved four match points to win her quarter-final encounter against Serena Williams.

Sydney FC was denied a clear-cut penalty for handball against Wellington Phoenix

Controversy hit early in the A-League clash between Wellington Phoenix and Sydney FC, with the Sky Blues seemingly denied a clear-cut penalty.

Australian Open 2019: Karolina Pliskova pulls off epic comeback to defeat Serena Williams

Czech star Karolina Pliskova has pulled off the biggest comeback of the Australian Open, saving four match points in the final set to beat 23-time Grand Slam champion Serena Williams.

’Trust takes a beating’: Corruption scandal could haunt Sri Lanka vs Australia Test series

Former player Russel Arnold has sensationally claimed Sri Lanka’s Test players may not be able to trust each other in their upcoming series against Australia due to a cricket corruption scandal gripping their country.

Australian Open 2019: Serena Williams’ makes a classy admission after upset loss to Karolina Pliskova

Serena Williams doesn’t believe the ankle injury she suffered late in her quarter-final loss to Karolina Pliskova was the reason she failed to convert one of her four match points, on a day where the American superstar coughed up a 5-1 lead in the third set and a spot in the last four.

Fast and bouncy: Aussie skipper Tim Paine’s delight at classic Gabba deck

Fast, bouncy and quintessentially Australian.

Australian Open 2019: Japanese star Naomi Osaka isn’t satisfied making the semi-final, she wants to win the whole thing

This is where Japanese star Naomi Osaka belongs now.

Ian Healy: Steve Smith should regain captaincy for 2019 Ashes

Tim Paine’s stint as Australia’s captain should be confined to the duration of Steve Smith’s leadership ban, according to Ian Healy.

AFLW 2019: New scholarships and pathways emerge for aspiring female footy coaches

AFLW players eyeing off a future in coaching will have the chance to hone their skills and fast track coaching dreams via new scholarships to be introduced over coming years.

Stat attack: Australia’s best and worst in day-night Test cricket

Australia and Sri Lanka may sit fifth and sixth in the world on the International Cricket Council’s Test rankings, but when it comes to day-night Tests they’re effectively one and two.

AFLW Geelong 2019: Richelle Cranston accepts ban for practice match incident

Geelong will be without star recruit Richelle Cranston for a quarter of its home and away AFLW season after the club accepted her two-match ban for an incident during a recent practice game.

AFL womens 2019 leadership groups: New clubs, new look

With the 2019 AFLW campaign is just days away, all 10 clubs have finalised their leadership groups ahead of Round 1.

John Bateman is still adjusting to Australia’s hot temperatures as he trains with the Canberra Raiders

They were childhood mates in Bradford on the other side of the world and now Elliott Whitehead and John Bateman have been reunited in Canberra during a heatwave.

Manchester United transfer news: Arsenal bid for Eric Bailly while Anthony Martial wants new contract

They may not have a permanent manager but is Ole Gunnar Solskjaer starting to press home some authority late into this transfer window?

AFL 2019 pre-season: ‘No animosity’ towards Andrew Gaff, says Mark Brayshaw

AFL Coaches’ Association boss Mark Brayshaw says his youngest son Andrew is “very fit” and ready for the upcoming season, with the Docker now fully recovered from the sickening punch that cut his 2018 campaign short.

Rumour Mill: Real Madrid eye massive move for Paulo Dybala

Real Madrid are plotting a massive move to fill their Ronaldo-shaped void and could poach one of his new teammates in order to do so.

Final four: Naomi Osaka sets up a potential semi-final showdown with Serena Williams

Naomi Osaka has reached her first semi-final at the Australian Open with a 6-4, 6-1 victory over Elina Svitolina.

Naomi Osaka really is one of a kind

Naomi Osaka regularly describes herself as one of the most awkward people around but she showed enough confidence to shut down an interview when she had better things to be doing.

Australian Open 2019: Why Petra Kvitova is calling this her ‘second career’

Petra Kvitova has been deep into a major tournament before, but this time is different.

Stoinis propels Stars to comfortable victory over Strikers

Australia ODI all-rounder Marcus Stoinis has propelled the Melbourne Stars to a comfortable 44-run BBL win over the Adelaide Strikers in Moe. Stoinis (53 runs from 45 balls) struck his third half-century in four Big Bash innings in a 114-run opening partnership with Ben Dunk then finished with figures of 3-20 from four overs.

Australian Open Confidential, Day 10: Frances Tiafoe’s funny press conference

Frances Tiafoe has done his best LeBron James impersonation after each win at Melbourne Park, ripping off his shirt and pumping his bicep in tribute to the superstar.

EPL transfer news: Arsenal’s double deal, Gonzalo Higuain to Chelsea and the other big-money deals rated

With the January transfer window entering its final week before it slams shut at 10am on Friday 1st February (AEDT), clubs are starting to scramble and sweat on new signings.

‘What a mess’: Legend laments lack of Test leaders as vice-captains revealed

Cricket legend Ian Chappell has questioned a lack of suitable leadership among the current Australian Test team, lamenting the selection of Travis Head as vice-captain.

The making of Will Pucovski: Victorian prodigy’s rapid rise

Growing up playing local cricket in the south-eastern suburbs of Victoria, one name constantly came up.

Wests Tigers recruit Zane Musgrove has pleaded not guilty to indecent assault charges

Wests Tigers recruit Zane Musgrove and Panthers reserve grader Liam Coleman intend to plead not guilty to indecently assaulting a woman on a night out in Sydney’s east.

Chilling audio message of missing Cardiff striker Emiliano Sala emerges

A chilling audio message has emerged following the shock disappearance of Cardiff signing Emiliano Sala.

‘He’s more dynamic at fullback’: Taylor reveals likely Titans spine

Ash Taylor wants to see AJ Brimson play fullback for the Titans this season after his outstanding first year in the top-grade.

NBA offers $1, 10-minute League Pass access for Australians

LOS ANGELES, CA — The NBA is continuously testing new innovations, and Australians will now have the opportunity to test the latest.

Novak Djokovic reveals Open fitness cloud

Novak Djokovic will carry a mystery ailment into his Australian Open quarter-final with Japanese ironman Kei Nishikori tonight.

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