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Sydney FC enjoying suburban ground tour  >  Football

Leichhardt Oval will host an A-League game for the first time when Sydney FC meet Central Coast on Sunday.

Former Socceroos striker to become a Jag  >  Football

Former Socceroo Scott McDonald will play for a fourth Scottish club after signing a short-term deal with Championship strugglers Partick Thistle.

'Sorry' Kuchar agrees to pay caddie $50k  >  Golf

Matt Kuchar has apologised, in a statement, for comments he made about paying a Mexican caddie $5,000 of his $US1.3 million Mayakoba Classic win last year.

Ben Simmons on cricket, All-Stars, Magic  >  Basketball

Ben Simmons will have a busy weekend in Charlotte leading the World Team in the Rising Stars game and making his All-Star debut alongside LeBron James.

Victory uncover A-League gem in Kamsoba  >  Football

Exciting mid-season pickup Elvis Kamsoba has won plaudits from Melbourne Victory coach Kevin Muscat following their 1-1 A-League draw with Wellington.

Phoenix fall short on big occasion: Rudan  >  Football

Mark Rudan hopes his Wellington Phoenix players will respond better next time they're on a big stage following the 1-1 draw with Melbourne Victory at Eden Park.

Scott co-leads rain-soaked PGA event in LA  >  Golf

Adam Scott is tied atop the leaderboard midway through a drenched second round at the US PGA Tour's Genesis Open in Los Angeles.

Gleeson wants changes to MVP voting system  >  Basketball

Perth coach Trevor Gleeson says Bryce Cotton is good enough to win back-to-back MVP honours but thinks the voting should not be left entirely up to the coaches.

Wildcats keen to continue NBL momentum  >  Basketball

Coach Trevor Gleeson said Perth won't take Melbourne lightly, despite almost being guaranteed top spot in the NBL after beating Adelaide on Friday.

Pocock hurt in Brumbies' Super Rugby loss  >  Rugby Union

Wallabies star David Pocock's horror run with injury has continued after he failed a concussion test in the Brumbies' round one Super Rugby loss.

Ferg to make a difference for Eels: Daley  >  Rugby League

Indigenous coach Laurie Daley says winger Blake Ferguson will make a difference at his new NRL club Parramatta after impressing during the All-Stars match.

Ponga has difficult Maori playmaker debut  >  Rugby League

Kalyn Ponga showed he has plenty to learn in his new role as playmaker after struggling for New Zealand Maori in their loss to the Indigenous All-Stars.

Wigan v Sydney Roosters - WCC at a glance  >  Rugby League

A closer look at Monday's (0600 AEDT) World Club Challenge clash between Wigan and Sydney Roosters at the DW Stadium.

Roosters targeting Wigan's WCC record haul  >  Rugby League

Sydney Roosters coach Trent Robinson expects a hugely difficult test against Wigan in Monday's World Club Challenge clash with Wigan.

Super Rugby is failing itself: Wessels  >  Rugby Union

Melbourne Rebels coach Dave Wessels says all Super Rugby stakeholders need to admit the competition is in a difficult position and needs fixing.

Wighton, Sezer likely to face Dogs in Bega  >  Cricket

Sam Williams was the match winner for Canberra in their NRL trial against Parramatta, but the Raiders' 2018 half expects to lose his spot for the next trial.

Philippe a beacon for vanquished Sixers  >  Cricket

Vanquished BBL semi-finalists Sydney Sixers will look to secure a long-term deal for young-gun opener Josh Philippe, captain Moises Henriques says.

Cooper's Super Rebels debut earns praise  >  Rugby Union

Former Wallabies star Quade Cooper showed he can still be a force in Super Rugby after impressing in his Super Rugby debut for the Melbourne Rebels.

Lee feeling the heat at Perth golf event  >  Golf

Min Woo Lee has his sights set on making the 24-man cut on Saturday after producing two solid rounds at the World Super 6 Perth golf tournament.

American on move at Australian Open golf  >  Golf

American golfer Amy Olson has moved up the leaderboard early in in Saturday's third round of the women's Australian Open in Adelaide.

Wildcats have one hand on NBL top spot  >  Basketball

The Perth Wildcats' NBL win over the Adelaide 36ers has made it tough for Melbourne United to knock them off top spot.

Indigenous All-Stars out pace Maori  >  Rugby League

The Indigenous All-Stars used their pace to burn the New Zealand Maori in their All-Stars match in Melbourne, running in seven tries for a 34-14 win.

Jets shock Melbourne City in A-League  >  Football

A depleted Newcastle Jets line-up has kept the club's A-League finals hopes alive with a stirring 3-1 upset of Melbourne City.

Kangaroos humble Bulldogs in AFLW  >  AFL

The North Melbourne Kangaroos are unbeaten in the AFLW after downing reigning premiers the Western Bulldogs by 31 points in Launceston.

Eels impress but lose NRL trial to Raiders  >  Rugby League

Mitchell Moses and Parramatta's new spine impressed before Canberra came from 20-0 down to beat the Eels in the first NRL trial.