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Boof, Sutherland both proud cricket dads (AAP)
James Sutherland and Darren Lehmann are two of the most powerful men in Australian cricket - and they both have children who are very talented at the sport.
A-League snapshot for round seven (AAP)
A-League snapshot for round seven.
Victory break duck over injury-hit Glory (AAP)
Perth Glory's injury crisis is so bad that coach Kenny Lowe has been forced to call in teenage reinforcements.
England scrum-half Care is like Arsenal's Sanchez - Jones (AFP)
London (AFP) - Eddie Jones has hailed Danny Care as a creative maestro on a par with Arsenal footballer Alexis Sanchez after the England scrum-half inspired an impressive victory over old rivals Australia.
French rugby star Picamoles 'fed up' with losing (AFP)
Saint-Denis (France) (AFP) - Louis Picamoles admitted France are fed up with losing after suffering a seventh reverse in 10 matches this year against South Africa in Paris.
Cricket: Rahul, Dhawan help India bounce back in 1st Test (AFP)
Kolkata (AFP) - Openers Lokesh Rahul and Shikhar Dhawan hit fluent half-centuries to lead India's fightback after conceding a significant first innings lead to Sri Lanka on day four of the rain-hit opening Test on Sunday.
Berisha leads Victory to drought-breaking win (AAP)
Melbourne Victory have shot up to sixth spot on the ladder after notching their first win of the season - a 2-0 victory over Perth Glory.
India start strong after Herath heroics put Sri Lanka on top (AFP)
Kolkata (AFP) - India started strongly in their second innings after Rangana Herath's defiant half-century gave Sri Lanka a handy 122-run lead on day four of the rain-hit opening Test on Sunday.
Herath fifty puts Sri Lanka on top in first India Test (AFP)
Kolkata (AFP) - Rangana Herath struck a defiant half-century to help Sri Lanka gain a 122-run first innings lead on the fourth day of the rain-hit opening Test in Kolkata on Sunday.
Aussies collapse in women's Ashes T20 loss (AAP)
Australia's batting line-up crumbled in pursuit of a modest target to lose the second women's Ashes Twenty20 clash by 40 runs.
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