Raiders cancel fans membership after spitting incident
Canberra Raiders announced they have cancelled the membership of a fan who was ejected for allegedly spitting at referees during Sunday's clash against Penrith Panthers.
List of every AFL player retiring in 2017
A host of AFL stars are hanging up the boots at the end of the 2017 season, and we've listed them all.
PGA TOUR: Stenson ices victory at Wyndham
With his victory at the Wyndham Championship Sunday Henrik Stenson returned to the winner’s circle for the first time since claiming The Open Championship last year and made a bold statement for the upcoming FedEx Cup.
Pic gallery: Eastern Creek Supercars
Honours were shared between Fabian Coulthard and Jamie Whincup on a controversial weekend of Supercars action at Sydney Motorsport Park.
Supercars battle tightens as Whincup scores historic win
Jamie Whincup has edged ahead of Craig Lowndes in the all-time ATCC/Supercars race winners’ board after a victory in Sydney that has seen the championship battle tighten dramatically.
Kiwi breaks the bank at Burnley
Burnley have forked out a club-record transfer fee to lure prolific New Zealand International Chris Wood from Championship side Leeds United.
Australian cricket pay dispute is over
The long and drawn out pay dispute that has dogged Australian cricket is finally over.
Lanning still battling shoulder issue
Australia captain Meg Lanning says she's still not injury free with a shoulder complaint despite returning in Sunday's three-run loss to England at the Women's World Cup.
Nick Philippoussis pleads not guilty to child sex abuse charges
Australian tennis coach Nick Philippoussis has pleaded not guilty to 14 charges in relation to child molestation.
Djokovic won't play again in 2017
Novak Djokovic has revealed he will not play again in 2017 after his shock exit at Wimbledon.
Wallabies' comeback falls well short
Scoring 34 points against the All Blacks would usually call for celebrations.
How Aussies are watching sport: Deloitte
In terms of the time Australians spend watching sport, the majority of that time (70%) is still on a television set. But the proportion of us who consider TV to be our preferred device for watching sport has dropped from 55% in 2016 to 45% this year.
Why defibrillators are so essential in sport
It’s always traumatic when an athlete suffers a cardiac arrest. Sporting clubs have to be prepared for it. The incidents are often seared into memory: an elite athlete in the prime of his or her life suddenly collapses during a game. The name becomes associated with a tragedy that losing a mere game cannot match.