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Live: Australia v New Zealand - Third Test

Australia is in the box seat in the historic first day-night Test match thanks to a superb bowling performance.


Aussies shines on Test cricket's big night

Australia have dominated the early stages of the historic day-night Test in front of a near-record crowd.
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Siddle feared his Test career was over

Australian paceman Peter Siddle says he feared he would never be given the chance to claim 200 Test wickets.
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Meninga to dump Maroons for Kangaroos job

Mal Meninga is set to step aside from his role with Queensland after being offered the Kangaroos coaching job.

NRL to tackle player burnout: 2016 full draw

The NRL says it will reduce five-day turnarounds for teams by 30 per cent in 2017 and is addressing player burnout.
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NRL insists 'we won't lose Slammin Sam'

Souths' battle to fit Sam Burgess under the salary cap have hit a hurdle with Penrith refusing to sign Chris McQueen.
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Injured Starc out of Test, fears for summer

Australian pace ace Mitchell Starc's summer of cricket could be over after suffering stress fractures in a foot.


England edge out Pakistan in T20 thriller

England have won the second T20 international against Pakistan in thrilling clash in Dubai.
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Ashwin spins India to South Africa series win

India have defeated South Africa in the third Test in Nagpur to take a decisive 2-0 lead in the four-match series.
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City romp to record victory

Melbourne City scored three first-half goals for the first time in their history on their way to a huge win.

Larkin smashes world record in Sydney

Mitch Larkin has become the first Australian swimmer to break an individual world record in the post-supersuit era.
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McEvoy breaks Thorpe's 15-year record

Cameron McEvoy broke Ian Thorpe's 15-year national record in the 200m freestyle final in Sydney.
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Scott claws his way into red figures

World No.1 Jordan Spieth looms as the biggest threat to halfway leader Matt Jones at the Australian Open.
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Spieth full of confidence for title defence

Jordan Spieth is full of confidence after drawing to within four shots of the lead in his Australian Open title defence.
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Robert Allenby sinks at Australian Open

Robert Allenby's year to forget has continued with a woeful second round at the Australian Open.
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Big-talking Fury's time to shine

Britiain's Tyson Fury will get the chance to end Wladimir Klitschko's reign as WBA, IBF and WBO champion on Saturday.
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Murray steps up in Davis Cup final

Britain's Andy Murray has levelled the scores in the Davis Cup final defeating Belgium's Ruben Bemelmans in Ghent.
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Dons 'approached doping offender O'Keeffe'

Essendon reportedly showed interest in banned Collingwood defender Lachie Keeffe before the AFL's national draft.
Gach Nyuon (L) and Mabior Chol are two of three new Sudanese-born AFL hopefuls.

AFL clubs add Sudanese-born talent

The popularity of the AFL in Australia's Sudanese community was demonstrated at the rookie draft.
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Leicester are genuine title hopes: van Gaal

Leicester has the ability to win the EPL, according to Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal.
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