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Victory send Donachie to surgeons  >  Football    

Melbourne Victory defender James Donachie will require surgery to repair a torn quad from Saturday night's Melbourne A-League derby.

Peter Handscomb ready for heat of Ashes  >  Cricket    

Test batsman Peter Handscomb will draw on plenty of experiences ahead of his first Ashes, including a knock of 82 that was scored despite extreme dehydration.

All Black Milner-Skudder has surgery  >  Rugby Union    

All Blacks winger Nehe Milner-Skudder has successfully undergone surgery on his dislocated right shoulder.

Celtics' Hayward suffers horror injury  >  Basketball

Boston's Aron Baynes was on the court in Cleveland soon after Gordon Hayward suffered a serious leg injury in the NBA season opener.

Fittler to bring Johns, Gould to Blues  >  Rugby League    

Brad Fittler says Andrew Johns and Phil Gould want to join him as staff members if he is appointed NSW State of Origin coach.

Former Roar CEO returns as club boss  >  Football

Brisbane Roar are set to appoint former CEO David Pourre as the club's new managing director.

Geelong's Lang could help Ablett AFL deal  >  AFL    

Geelong forward Darcy Lang is weighing up a move to Gold Coast which could pave the way for Gary Ablett's return to the Cats.

Ex-Wallaby Ioane calls time at Crusaders  >  Rugby Union    

Former Wallabies winger Digby Ioane has departed the Crusaders, having played just three games for the Super Rugby franchise this year.

NSW helmet safety front and centre  >  Other Sports

With motorcycle riders accounting almost 20 per cent of all road fatalities, the NSW government encouraging riders to wear the safest helmet possible.

Smiles as Invictus athletes welcomed home  >  Other Sports    

Malcolm Turnbull and Bill Shorten have joined together with their colleagues to welcome home the Australian Invictus Games team.

Suns to take AFL games to north  >  AFL

Tonwsville is set to host an AFL match for the first time from 2019 or 2020 onwards.

Hannah just hoping to make cut in WA Open  >  Golf    

LPGA-bound Hannah Green is looking to cap a brilliant year by making the cut against the men in this week's Western Australian Open.

Richie Porte to return from Tour crash  >  Cycling    

Australian cyclist Richie Porte will race for the first time since crashing out of the Tour de France in Japan this weekend.

Australia name Moloney captain for Fast5  >  Other Sports    

Midcourter Kate Moloney will captain Australia for the Fast5 netball series in Melbourne at the end of the month.

Brennan right for Titans NRL job: Geyer  >  Rugby League    

Penrith great Mark Geyer has backed reserve grade coach Garth Brennan for the vacant top job at the NRL's Gold Coast.

Gavrilova scores vital win in Moscow  >  Tennis    

Australian tennis star Daria Gavrilova remains in the race for the season-ending Elite Trophy event after posting a must-win first-round victory in Moscow.

Day eyes Aus Open boost at PGA Korea event  >  Golf    

Jason Day headlines a six-man Australian contingent at this week's CJ Cup, the first regular PGA Tour event to be held in South Korea.

NZ pair diplomatic on Taumalolo RLWC snub  >  Rugby League    

Te Maire Martin and Thomas Leuluai have held their tongues on Jason Taumalolo's Rugby League World Cup defection from New Zealand to Tonga.

Australia ranks third on NBA player list  >  Basketball

Australia's place as a world basketball power has been confirmed with the NBA's release of its list of international players playing in the competition.

Everybody waiting on Stokes ruling: Warner  >  Cricket    

Australia vice-captain David Warner says everybody in the cricketing world is waiting to for an update from English police regarding the Ben Stokes incident.

WA coach Langer has selection headaches  >  Cricket    

Western Australia coach Justin Langer says he'll have plenty of headaches while coming up with an XI for the one-day cup final in Hobart.

Hunt urges Wallabies to finish better  >  Rugby Union    

The Wallabies must take every chance they get against New Zealand or else another Dunedin-style dose of heartbreak could be in order, Karmichael Hunt warns.

Dogs' dilemma with top pick at AFLW draft  >  AFL

The Western Bulldogs have the first pick at the AFL Women's draft on Wednesday.

AFL's Lions keep coming for Crows' Cameron  >  AFL    

Brisbane believe they are still in the hunt to snare Adelaide's Charlie Cameron as the AFL trade period enters its final stages.

Australian women 'not Ashes underdogs'  >  Cricket    

Australia's women cricketers have baulked at calling world No.1 England favourites for their Ashes series.