Racing And Sports has all the latest in important racing news. That includes information about all the leading horses, jockeys, trainers, owners and race clubs here and around the world.

With all the TAB meetings covered and with form provided for all of them in our FREE on-line form pages, it is important to note we also have the accompanying stories to go with them.

The Racing And Sports Press Room features essential industry information that all participants should be reading in order to keep updated.

Just click on the links for every story and the news appears in each article. These details are necessary reading if you want to informed about decisions made in each State.

If you would like more information please email us on [email protected]


Carter embraces Comm Games outdoor diving  >  Other Sports

Outdoor diving will add an element of unknown to next April's Commonwealth Games, but not ruffle Matthew Carter's feathers if he's selected.

Test stars query Warner's pedestrian ways  >  Cricket

Former Test stars are questioning Australian vice-captain David Warner's transformation from risk-taker to single-maker during the Ashes series.

Wizard looks to conjure Sydney-Hobart win  >  Other Sports

The defending Sydney-Hobart line and handicap honours boats are back with new owners and new names.

Heat beat table-topping Scorchers in WBBL  >  Cricket

Perth Scorchers have missed the opportunity to take outright control at the top of the WBBL as Brisbane Heat secured a comfortable win in Brisbane.

Palmer, Grinham in Comm Games squash team  >  Other Sports

Squash stalwart David Palmer has been selected to compete at a sixth Commonwealth Games.

Clean sheet not the A-League goal for Moss  >  Football

Glen Moss will play his fourth A-League game between the Newcastle posts against Adelaide United as Jack Duncan continues his recovery from a foot injury.

Demons coach defends scrapped AFL camp  >  AFL

Melbourne won't go ahead with a planned AFL pre-season camp after players raised safety concerns.

Wanderers need win over Mariners: Risdon  >  Football

Western Sydney A-League defender Josh Risdon is hoping a sorely needed win can ease the pressure on players after their Sydney derby disaster.

Matildas star Foord back in Sky Blue  >  Football    

Matildas start Caitlin Foord has re-signed with Sydney FC and will slot straight into the squad for the home W-League fixture against Canberra United.

Cavs beat LA in 1st LeBron-Lonzo NBA clash  >  Basketball

Highly touted LA rookie Lonzo Ball has been given an NBA masterclass by LeBron James, who made his 59th triple-double as Cleveland beat the Lakers 121-112.

England out for 403, Aussies reach 2-88  >  Cricket    

Australia have reached 2-88 in response to England's 403 at tea on day two of the third Ashes Test, with Steve Smith leading the way for the hosts again.

Star Hawk Rioli eyes 2018 AFL return  >  AFL    

Cyril Rioli is looking forward to putting a tough period behind him when he returns to the AFL field in 2018.

Glory won't risk Taggart yet in A-League  >  Football    

Perth will again be without star strike duo Adam Taggart and Andy Keogh for the Glory's A-League clash with Wellington.

NSW campaign to stop Christmas drownings  >  Other Sports

Last summer 17 people drowned in NSW in the nine days after Christmas, leading to a new campaign to urge safety in the water.

Sutherland briefs stars about fixing claim  >  Cricket    

Cricket Australia boss James Sutherland took the unusual step of speaking to players mid-Test to update them regarding spot-fixing claims published by The Sun.

De Minaur, Bolt in Aust Open playoff final  >  Tennis

Alex De Minaur has streamrolled Omar Jasika in four sets to reach the final of the Australian Open playoff, where he'll play top seed Alex Bolt.

Review blunders continue to haunt Smith  >  Cricket    

Australia have wasted their two DRS reviews after Steve Smith decided to challenge two risky lbw appeals that were initially turned down.

De Silva at home for World Cup calling  >  Football    

The World Cup is calling, and it's why Mariners star Danny De Silva is going nowhere this A-League season.

England's Jonny Bairstow hits Ashes ton  >  Cricket    

England's Jonny Bairstow has struck a century against Australia on day two of the third Ashes Test in Perth.

Roosters sack Nikorima over drugs breach  >  Rugby League    

Sydney Roosters half Jayden Nikorima has been sacked after being handed a 12-match suspension by the NRL over a second drugs breach.

Effort, not change needed in AL: Victory  >  Football    

Melbourne Victory sit outside the top six on the A-League table after 10 games but captain Carl Valeri believes it's not the time for wholesale change.

Gould not interested in NSW assistant role  >  Rugby League    

Former NSW coach Phil Gould says he won't be joining Brad Fittler's coaching panel for the 2018 State of Origin series.

Knights hope to retain Lamb beyond 2018  >  Rugby League    

Newcastle chief executive Philip Gardner says the club hopes to retain in-demand half Brock Lamb beyond the 2018 NRL season.

A-League boss ticks off on Star Wars round  >  Football

The sight of stormtroopers leading A-League players onto the field was met with widespread mockery, but FFA executives say the themed round was a success.

Sangha to lead U19 World Cup cricket team  >  Cricket    

Jason Sangha will captain Australia at the under-19 cricket World Cup in New Zealand next month.