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Keary unsure on Kangaroos future  >  Rugby League

Kangaroos rookie Luke Keary finally completed his first Test match after his debut was ruined by concussion.

Fifita humbled by Tongan experience  >  Rugby League

A year after switching allegiances from Australia, Andrew Fifita has led the traditional Tongan war cry against the Kangaroos.

Kings crush Breakers for first NBL win  >  Basketball

ANDREW BOGUT #66 of the Los Angeles Lakers poses during media day in El Segundo, California.

Andrew Bogut and his Sydney Kings support cast have overwhelmed the NZ Breakers 101-78 in a comprehensive first win of the NBL season.

Millman in potential Federer rematch  >  Tennis

JOHN MILLMAN of Australia returns a shot in a Men's Singles match of the 2017 US Open at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center, in New York City.

Australia's John Millman faces a potential second-round match against eight-times champion Roger Federer at the Swiss Indoors.

Sevens women in perfect world title start  >  Rugby Union

CHARLOTTE CASLICK of Australia runs during women's Rugby Sevens semi final match between Australia and Canada of the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games at Robina Stadium in the Gold Coast, Australia.

Australia are undefeated after the opening day of their women's rugby sevens world series title defence in Denver, Colorado.

Reynolds snares pole for GC600 Supercars  >  Motor Sports

DAVID REYNOLDS racing driver looks on during qualifying of the Supercars Championship at Mount Panorama in Bathurst, Australia

Holden's David Reynolds has snared pole position for Sunday's Supercars race on the Gold Coast as championship leader Scott McLaughlin's run was disqualified.

Supercars winner gets Porsche race ban  >  Motor Sports

Saturday Supercars race winner James Moffat has been banned from the final Porsche Carrera Cup event on the Gold Coast for fighting with another driver.

Hobbled Starc unlikely for Pakistan T20s  >  Cricket

MITCHELL STARC of Australia preapres to bowl during day one of the Fifth Test match in the 2017/18 Ashes Series between Australia and England at SCG in Sydney, Australia.

Australia are unlikely to take any risks with Mitchell Starc and his tight hamstring during the T20 series against Pakistan in the UAE.

Honda lands in A-League with goal  >  Football

KEISUKE HONDA of Japan during a Japan training session and press conference ahead of the FIFA World Cup Group H match between Poland and Japan at Volgograd Arena in Volgograd, Russia.

There was no winning start for Melbourne Victory's Keisuke Honda, but both the league and his coach have cheered his arrival none the less.

VAR derby drama splits Victory, City  >  Football

WARREN JOYCE the coach of Melbourne City looks on during the A-League match between Melbourne City FC and Sydney FC at AAMI Park in Melbourne, Australia.

Former Socceroo Mark Bosnich has called for referee Kurt Ams to be stood down for his decision to award Melbourne City a penalty in their A-League derby win.

Melbourne City coach proud of gutsy win  >  Football

OSAMA MALIK of Adelaide United looks on during an A-League match at Coopers Stadium in Adelaide, Australia.

Melbourne City have defeated Melbourne Victory despite missing a host of senior A-League players.

Meninga wants Great Britain tour in 2019  >  Rugby League

Australia coach MAL MENINGA looks on during an Australian Kangaroos training session at SS in Brisbane, Australia.

Kangaroos coach Mal Meninga has re-iterated calls for the Australian team to tour Great Britain at the end of next year.

Tonga take fight to Aussies, Kiwis next  >  Rugby League

Tonga is set to face New Zealand during the NRL representative window next June as part of a revamped rugby league international calendar.

Supercars strugglers enjoy rare success  >  Other Sports

Saturday on the Gold Coast delivered a rare moment of joy for Supercars strugglers Tickford Racing.

Bullets vow to make amends in return bout  >  Basketball

Brisbane Bullets guard Adam Gibson expects his side to rebound from back-to-back defeats when they attempt to avenge an away loss to the Wildcats.

Wilson to surf for world title in Hawaii  >  Other Sports

Australian surfer JULIAN WILSON looks on as Mick Fanning speaks to the media during a press conference at All Sorts Sports Factory in Sydney, Australia.

Australian surfer Julian Wilson will surf a maiden world title at the prestigious Billabong Pipe Masters in Hawaii in December.

Broken finger caps tough Holland UAE tour  >  Cricket

Australian spinner Jon Holland has suffered a broken finger during the Test series against Pakistan and will miss part of Victoria's Sheffield Shield campaign.

Hostile A-League derby falls City's way  >  Football

KEISUKE HONDA of Japan in action during the international friendly match between Japan and Ghana at Nissan Stadium in Yokohama, Kanagawa, Japan.

Melbourne City have claimed the A-League derby 2-1 despite a debut goal for Keisuke Honda in Melbourne Victory colours.

Tonga fightback falls short against Roos  >  Rugby League

JAMES TEDESCO of the Roosters runs the ball during the NRL match between the Sydney Roosters and the Gold Coast Titans at Central Coast Stadium in Gosford, Australia.

The Kangaroos have beaten Tonga 34-16 in their historic rugby league Test match at Mt Smart Stadium on Saturday.

Lady luck shines on Lowndes at Gold Coast  >  Motor Sports

Race winner CRAIG LOWNDES driver of the #888 Autobarn Lowndes Racing Holden Commodore ZB celebrates after race 2 for the Supercars Tasmania SuperSprint in Hobart, Australia.

Strategy - and some good luck - has enabled Craig Lowndes to charge from 21st to a second-place finish in the opening Supercars race on the Gold Coast.

Moffat Supercars clash turns physical  >  Motor Sports

James Moffat's second career Supercars win alongside Chaz Mostert on the Gold Coast came after he was allegedly in a post-race fight in a support category.

Australian women hammer Pakistan  >  Cricket

MEG LANNING of Australia looks on after the Women's Twenty20 International match between the Australia Southern Stars and the New Zealand White Ferns at Adelaide Oval in Adelaide, Australia.

A Meg Lanning ton has propelled Australia to a 150-run ODI victory over Pakistan in Kuala Lumpur.

Shaun Marsh in bid to reclaim form in ODIs  >  Cricket

SHAUN MARSH of Australia celebrates after reaching his century during the Second Test match of the 2017/18 Ashes Series at Adelaide Oval in Adelaide, Australia.

Australian coach Justin Langer has confirmed under-pressure Test veteran Shaun Marsh will play in the ODI series against South Africa.

Wildcats beat Bullets to remain unbeaten  >  Basketball

The Wildcats stay unbeaten in the NBL on the back of a clinical 15-point win over the Brisbane Bullets at RAC Arena in Perth.

Symonds wins thrilling beach sprint  >  Other Sports

Four-time Australian champion Jackson Symonds has won a thrilling Curl Curl 1000 - the world's richest beach sprint - as he bids to reclaim his world crown.