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Hazlewood heaps more misery on bunny Amla  >  Cricket

Josh Hazlewood has now dismissed Hashim Amla on seven occasions in 10 Test innings, having struck shortly after lunch on day one of the third Test in Cape Town.

Aussie women beat India in T20 tri-series  >  Cricket

Australia's women cricketers have beaten India by six wickets in Mumbai in the opening match of their Twenty20 tri-series also involving England.

Tigers open AFL with tough win over Blues  >  AFL

Reigning premiers Richmond weathered Carlton's stunning start and won by 26 points before a record round-one crowd.

Storm continue NRL streak against Cowboys  >  Rugby League

Melbourne have continued their NRL dominance over North Queensland, backing up their 2017 grand-final victory with a 30-14 win at AAMI Park.

Denny's record hammer throw sends message  >  Games News

Matthew Denny has tuned up beautifully for the Commonwealth Games with the longest hammer throw by an Australian in more than a decade.

Peirson's big Shield final shoes to fill  >  Cricket

Queensland captain Jimmy Peirson is full of reflection as he prepares to lead the Bulls into the Sheffield Shield final against Tasmania at Allan Border Field.

Vargas keen to start for Jets against Reds  >  Football

A buoyant Ronald Vargas believes he's ready for his first A-League start in five months in Adelaide.

South Africa 1-75 in Cape Town 3rd Test  >  Cricket

AIDEN MARKRAM of the Proteas during 1st Sunfoil Test match between South Africa and Bangladesh at Senwes Park in Potchefstroom, South Africa.

South Africa have won the toss and reached 1-75 at lunch on day one of the third Test, frustrating Australia's bowlers in Cape Town.

AFL ruckman Ryder makes citizen's arrest  >  AFL

PADDY RYDER of the Power poses for a photograph during the Port Adelaide Power training session at Jiangwan Stadium in Shanghai, China.

Port Adelaide ruckman Paddy Ryder has made a citizen's arrest of a man who allegedly tried to break into his house.

AFL round-one preview panel  >  AFL

A preview panel for round one of the AFL.

Vettel and Hamilton, head to head in F1  >  Motor Sports

Head to head statistics for four time Formula One world champions Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel.

Ablett in, Dangerfield to miss AFL opener  >  AFL

PATRICK DANGERFIELD of the Cats looks to pass the ball during the AFL match between the West Coast Eagles and the Geelong Cats at Domain Stadium in Perth, Australia.

Patrick Dangerfield has been ruled out of Geelong's opening-round AFL clash with Melbourne.

Oliver signs new AFL deal with Melbourne  >  AFL

Star Melbourne midfielder Clayton Oliver has started the season with a new two-year deal.

ARL Commission vows to tighten its belt  >  Rugby League

The ARL Commission has vowed to fly economy class as the game attempts to tighten its belt and increase player participation.

New Muscat deal helping Victory players  >  Football

KEVIN MUSCAT, Head Coach of the Victory speaks to his players during a Melbourne Victory A-League training session at Gosch's Paddock in Melbourne, Australia.

Kevin Muscat's coaching extension has helped Melbourne Victory's under-fire A-League players to settle and perform, according to defender Rhys Williams.

Height makes lock tough gig for Hanigan  >  Rugby Union

Australia's NED HANIGAN runs with the ball during the Bledisloe Cup match between the Australian Wallabies and the New Zealand All Blacks at Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane, Australia.

Wallabies blindside flanker Ned Hanigan believes he would need to add height and weight to his frame to be considered as a Test lock.

Vettel warms to Ricciardo joining Ferrari  >  Motor Sports

Sebastian Vettel has warmed to the idea of Red Bull driver Daniel Ricciardo joining him at Ferrari next year but Lewis Hamilton has baulked at speculation.

Socceroos to skip home World Cup send-off  >  Football

Australian football fans won't get the opportunity to farewell the Socceroos ahead of the World Cup with the team to set up camp in Turkey.

I have nothing to hide: NRL boss Greenberg  >  Rugby League

NRL CEO TODD GREENBERG speaks during the 2018 NRL season launch at First Fleet Park in Sydney, Australia.

NRL CEO Todd Greenberg says he has nothing to hide as Manly allegedly seek to discredit him over the salary-cap investigation.

McLaughlin, Whincup top Supercars at GP  >  Motor Sports

SCOTT MCLAUGHLIN driver of the #17 Shell V-Power Racing Team Ford Falcon FGX celebrates after winning the Ipswich SuperSprint, which is part of the Supercars Championship at Queensland Raceway in Ipswich, Australia.

Last year's title rivals Scott McLaughlin and Jamie Whincup have earned the season's first pole positions in tight Supercars qualifying at the Australian GP.

No excuses as Dockers aim high in 2018 AFL  >  AFL

Dockers head coach ROSS LYON looks on while players warm up during the AFL match between the Fremantle Dockers and the Hawthorn Hawks at Domain Stadium in Perth, Australia.

Fremantle will start as underdogs in their round-one clash with Port, but coach Ross Lyon doesn't want to accept any excuses.

England reeling, NZ dominate first Test  >  Cricket

KANE WILLIAMSON of New Zealand looks on during the third game of the One Day International Series between New Zealand and Pakistan at University of Otago Oval in Dunedin, New Zealand.

New Zealand are in firm control of their day-night Test against England, already leading by 117 runs after bowling first and removing the tourists for just 58.

We need to muscle up in NBL finals: United  >  Basketball

TAI WESLEY of United during warm up prior to the NBL match between the New Zealand Breakers and Melbourne United at Spark Arena in Auckland, New Zealand.

Melbourne United's Tai Wesley has signalled physicality and execution as the keys to winning game three of the NBL grand final series

Vettel aims for ultimate win with Ferrari  >  Motor Sports

SEBASTIAN VETTEL of Germany and Ferrari poses for a photo during previews ahead of the Australian Formula One Grand Prix at Albert Park in Melbourne, Australia.

Sebastian Vettel says winning a fifth Formula One world title with Ferrari will be the ultimate satisfaction ahead of the Australian Grand Prix.

Norway v Australia at a glance  >  Football

A closer look at the Socceroos friendly against Norway in Oslo on Saturday (AEDT).