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Savea dropped to bench for Hurricanes semi  >  Rugby Union

Julian Savea's roller coaster year continues with his demotion to the Hurricanes reserves bench for their Super Rugby semi-final against the Lions.

Panthers beat Bulldogs, stay alive in NRL  >  Rugby League

Penrith have kept their NRL finals hopes alive with an eight-point win over Canterbury at Pepper Stadium.

Aussies on day five at world swim titles  >  Swimming

How Australian swimmers fared in day-five heats at the world swimming championships in Budapest.

Aussies launch world swim title defence  >  Swimming    

Emma McKeon has shown no signs of slowing down in her marathon world swimming championships campaign by impressing in the 100m freestyle heats.

Riewoldt joins Prestia on AFL sidelines  >  AFL

Richmond midfielder Dion Prestia will miss the AFL clash with Gold Coast and Jack Riewoldt is a casualty as well.

Tigers lose Riewoldt, Prestia in AFL  >  AFL    

Jack Riewoldt joins Dion Prestia as high-profile AFL casualties for Richmond's away game against Gold Coast.

Wallaby prop Toby Smith joins Hurricanes  >  Rugby Union    

Wallabies and former Chiefs prop Toby Smith is returning across the Tasman to play for the Hurricanes in the next two Super Rugby seasons.

World swim titles day-four snapshot  >  Swimming

Snapshot of day-four action at the world swimming championships at Budapest

US brain study sparks calls for injury log  >  Other Sports

A national log of sporting injuries would ensure safety and prevention measures are targeted at the right codes, a senior Australian researcher says.

find another gear or flounder  >  Rugby League    

Parramatta captain Tim Mannah says his side face being towelled up come the NRL finals unless they can find another gear.

NZ's Kidwell blocked in Jones league quest  >  Rugby League

Warriors boss Stephen Kearney has blocked Stacey Jones taking up a role as New Zealand rugby league assistant coach, according to Kiwis mentor David Kidwell.

Sky Blues sign fringe Socceroo goalkeeper  >  Football    

After 12 years away from Australia, fringe Socceroos goalkeeper Alex Cisak has returned home to link with defending champions Sydney FC.

Clubs demand FFA release 2022 bid records  >  Football    

Adelaide United chairman Greg Griffin has threatened court action if FFA doesn't release records related to the failed 2022 World Cup bid to the A-League clubs.

Storm's Smith still to test NRL injury  >  Rugby League

Melbourne captain Cameron Smith won't test his pectoral injury until match-eve, giving him every chance to play his 350th NRL game.

Troisi spurns City, re-signs with Victory  >  Football    

Socceroo James Troisi has spurned interest from rival A-League clubs, extending his stay with Melbourne Victory for another two years.

Crusaders happy for more rugby in the rain  >  Rugby Union    

Having beaten the Highlanders in the wet, Crusaders coach Scott Robertson is happy for his team to have a rainy Super Rugby semi-final against the Chiefs.

Warriors undaunted by uphill finals climb  >  Rugby League

The Warriors must win five of their last six NRL matches to make the finals but a straightforward draw, makes their task possible.

Saints' Montagna on course for retirement with injury  >  AFL

Leigh Montagna of the AFL Saints competes with a Tigers’ player in their round 16 clash at the Etihad Stadium in Melbourne

St Kilda’s veteran Leigh Montagna has conceded that he may have played his last AFL game after suffering a serious hamstring injury in last week's loss to Sydney.

T20 star Lynn out for seven months on shoulder injury  >  Cricket

Chris Lynn of the Heat bats during the Big Bash League match against Perth Scorchers at the WACA January 5, 2017

After undergoing shoulder surgery, top batsman Chris Lynn will be sidelined for seven long months.

Eagles’ Simpson under scrutiny on team performance  >  AFL

Adam Simpson, Senior coach of the Eagles addresses his team during the round 18 clash against the Magpies July 23, 2017

West coast AFL coach Adam Simpson is adamant that he is up for the struggle despite the team’s uphill battles this season.

Delly tips success for Aussie NBA rookie  >  Basketball

Matthew Dellavedova says the sky is the limit for Australian rookie and Milwaukee Bucks NBA teammate Thon Maker.

Crows miss Lever, Brad Crouch in AFL  >  AFL

The AFL ladder-leading Adelaide will be without Jake Lever and Brad Crouch for their game against Collingwood.

Pulver unhappy with Super Rugby struggles  >  Rugby League    

ARU chief Bill Pulver remains mute on the upcoming arbitration hearing but says his organisation has other Super Rugby problems they must also remedy.

Sutherland wants umpire in cricket dispute  >  Cricket    

Cricket Australia boss James Sutherland says he wants cricket talks to go to arbitration if the pay impasse can't be broken within days.

Ben Barba's rugby league return date set  >  Rugby League    

St Helens expect former Cronulla star Ben Barba to make his English Super League debut in September.