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Saturday Oct 25 02:08 AEDT
Pakistan in control of the first cricket Test against Australia in Dubai, establishing a first-innings lead of 151 and reaching 0-38 with two days to go.

Saturday Oct 25 00:34 AEDT
Kurtley Beale fined $45,000 for sending an offensive text and photo to a female ARU employee but he can play for the Wallabies on the European tour.

Friday Oct 24 23:49 AEDT
The struggling Caterham F1 team may miss the US Grand Prix on November 2 as an administrator has taken charge and is searching for new owners.

Australia made 303 in their first innings in the first Test in Dubai, giving Pakistan a lead of 151 runs.

Friday Oct 24 23:26 AEDT
Kurtley Beale has avoided suspension and having his contract terminated but has been fined $45,000 by the Australian Rugby Union.

Friday Oct 24 23:13 AEDT
Champion sprinter Lankan Rupee burned the oil at both ends and has then had to survive a double protest to land the Manikato Stakes.

Friday Oct 24 23:00 AEDT
Sydney FC have jumped to the top of the A-League table by upsetting defending champions Brisbane Roar 2-0 at Suncorp Stadium.

Friday Oct 24 22:39 AEDT
Lankan Rupee has made a winning return to the Group One club in the Manikato Stakes but has had to survive a double protest .

Friday Oct 24 22:21 AEDT
NSW have beaten titleholders Queensland by two wickets, but with only two balls to spare, to reach the final of the domestic one-day cricket cup

Friday Oct 24 21:48 AEDT
Talented filly Tawteen appreciated the lesser grade in the Crockett Stakes at Moonee Valley, leading throughout to score a valuable stakes win.

Friday Oct 24 21:28 AEDT
Brisbane City have won through to the final of the National Rugby Championship after a comeback win over the NSW Country Eagles.

Friday Oct 24 20:54 AEDT
One-time major winner Charl Schwartzel feels he is well placed for a weekend assault at the Perth International but Geoff Ogilvy has missed the cut.

Friday Oct 24 20:03 AEDT
Young Australian amateur golfers Anthony Murdaca and Todd Sinnott are well placed for a coveted place in the field for the US Masters.

Friday Oct 24 19:26 AEDT
New Zealand captain Simon Mannering does not believe there will be any repeat of the Junior trans-Tasman haka controversy at the Four Nations.

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