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                      Tuesday Sep 1 11:51 AEST
                      Mitchell Marsh. (AAP)
                      Australian captain Steve Smith was left to rue a missed century which sparked a batting collapse as they fell to England in their T20 clash.
                      Jarryd Hayne. (Getty)
                      Jarryd Hayne is a step closer to his NFL dream after surviving the first round of roster cuts at the San Francisco 49ers.
                      Penrith captain Jamie Soward gets poleaxed by Canberra's Jack Wighton. (Fox Sports)
                      Penrith captain Jamie Soward was hospitalised after being knocked out in a brutal Jack Wighton tackle during the Panthers loss to the Raiders.
                      Casey Dellacqua. (Getty)
                      Casey Dellacqua wasted no time shifting her focus to an overdue doubles breakthrough following her premature exit from the US Open singles draw.
                      Courtenay Dempsey. (AAP)
                      Victoria Police have approached Essendon Bombers player Courtenay Dempsey after he was the target of racial abuse online.
                      Steve Johsnon. (AAP)
                      Geelong are weighing whether their last game of the season will be Steve Johnson's last with the club after he was cleared over a bump.
                      Ben Hunt (l) and Anthony Milford. (AAP and Getty)
                      Brisbane skipper Justin Hodges says it's too early to compare Ben Hunt and Anthony Milford with Broncos greats Alan Langer and Kevin Walters.
                      Jason Day. (AAP)
                      A philosophy of "not being okay with okay" has rocketed newly crowned Barclays champion Jason Day into world No.1 contention.
                      Mat Ryan. (AAP)
                      The Socceroos have been dealt another injury blow on the eve of their World Cup qualifiers against Bangladesh and Tajikistan.
                      Sam Carter, James Hanson and Taqele Naiyaravoro. (AAP)
                      Taqele Naiyaravoro is in line for a Wallabies Test debut after being one of three players flown in to help the World Cup squad.
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                      State funeral for Bart Cummings The life of Bart Cummings will be celebrated with a state funeral and requiem mass expected to be held at St Mary's Cathedral in Sydney. Snowboarder James to focus on halfpipe Australian snowboarder Scotty James will concentrate on the halfpipe as he eyes a breakthrough medal at the 2018 Winter Olympics. Aussies top gold medal table Australia's junior swim team have beaten the US and Russia to top the gold medal table at the World Junior Championships in Singapore.
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