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Kohli wastes reviews on day one in Pune  >  Cricket

Day one in Pune represents the first time DRS has been used in a Test between Australia and India, with Virat Kohli wasting both reviews.

Fanning prepares for world surfing return  >  Other Sports

Three-time world surfing champion Mick Fanning remains unsure how long his competition return will last.

AB would've been ropeable with ill Renshaw  >  Cricket

Allan Border says he hopes Matt Renshaw is 'lying on the table in there half dead', otherwise he should not have retired hurt because of a stomach bug.

Time to lower Tomic expectations: Cash  >  Tennis

Pat Cash admits Bernard Tomic and Nick Kyrgios might never find the consistency Australian tennis fans want them to.

Swans fined for breaking AFL drug rules  >  AFL

The AFL has fined Sydney and star players Lance Franklin and Luke Parker for breaking the league's strict treatment rules.

Inglis tells Rabbitohs he's No.1  >  Rugby League

Greg Inglis has told Michael Maguire and South Sydney's coaching staff he wants to stay in the fullback jersey for the 2017 NRL season.

Rea ready to rock at World Superbikes  >  Motor Sports

Jonathan Rea is ready to begin his bid for a record third straight world Superbikes crown.

Franjic in but Jakobsen out again for City  >  Football

Ivan Franjic has been declared fit for Melbourne City's clash with Sydney FC but Michael Jakobsen will miss the Friday night match.

Captains lead think tank at NRL launch  >  Rugby League

North Queensland star Johnathan Thurston has welcomed the inaugural think tank between club captains and the NRL at the 2017 season launch.

NRL won't register Lodge contract in 2017  >  Rugby League

NRL boss Todd Greenberg says he won't register a contract for Matt Lodge to return to first grade this year.

Gooden happy to be Magpies netballer  >  Other Sports

Smaller squad numbers are set to create more opportunities for players waiting in the wings to break into Super Netball.

Gallen to wait on retirement call  >  Rugby League

Cronulla captain Paul Gallen says he is yet to make a call on whether 2017 will be his final season in the NRL.

Maddinson to return for NSW in Shield  >  Cricket

Nic Maddinson is poised to return to the NSW Sheffield Shield team following his break from cricket after being named in the squad to face Tasmania.

Raiders' Edrick Lee heads to Sharks  >  Rugby League

On the eve of the NRL season, Cronulla have signed winger Edrick Lee on a two-year deal.

Wanderers fined $20,000 for banner  >  Football

Football Federation Australia has fined Western Sydney $20,000 for an offensive banner.

Dagg ready to rack up 100th Super game  >  Rugby Union

Fullback Israel Dagg will run on for his 100th Super Rugby match when the Crusaders meet the Brumbies in their season-opener in Christchurch.

Wildcat Martin hopes for special NBL title  >  Basketball

Perth captain Damian Martin says if the Wildcats can win this season's Championship, it will be the most special title of his NBL career.

Four new Brumbies for Super Rugby opener  >  Rugby Union

The Brumbies have named four newcomers in their run-on side for Saturday's Super Rugby first round match against the Crusaders in Christchurch.

Aussies 4-153 at tea v India, Smith out  >  Cricket

Australia have reached 4-153 at tea on day one of their first Test against India, with Steve Smith and Peter Handscomb out in the second session.

Victory's Berisha to answer Kosovo call  >  Football

Besart Berisha has switched his international allegiance to his birth nation and says he will play for Kosovo next month in a World Cup qualifier.

We'll ban NRL betting cheats: Greenberg  >  Rugby League

NRL boss Todd Greenberg says he's not afraid to ban players found guilty of betting on matches.

Roar recruit dismisses match-fixing talk  >  Football

Brisbane Roar recruit Avraam Papodopoulos has dismissed allegations he is implicated in an ongoing Greek match fixing scandal.

Tahs lose Foley for Super Rugby opener  >  Rugby Union

Five-eighth Bernard Foley is out of the NSW Waratahs' Super Rugby opener against the Western Force due to concussion and will be replaced by Bryce Hegarty.

Horn's dream fight with Pacquiao off: Arum  >  Other Sports

Boxing legend Manny Pacquiao has turned his back on a fight with Australian Jeff Horn after confirming talks are under way with Amir Khan.

Behrendorff returns for Warriors in Shield  >  Cricket

WA paceman Jason Behrendorff is fit and raring to go ahead of the clash with Victoria, starting at the WACA Ground on Saturday.