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Wallabies future is bright, insists Cheika (AAP)
Despite a difficult year that's produced just six wins in 15 Test matches, Wallabies coach Michael Cheika says his side is moving in the right direction.
Ninkovic, Ibini guide Sydney to Jets win (AAP)
Sydney FC have defeated Newcastle 2-0 to extend their A-League lead to six points a third of the way through the season.
Cheika pays respect to tormentor Jones (AAP)
Wallabies coach Michael Cheika says there is always respect between himself and England coach Eddie Jones, despite the pre-Test verbal sparring between them.
Smith sets ODI record with Aussies on top (AAP)
Australian skipper Steve Smith has smashed a record-breaking 164 to guide his side to 8-324 in their one-day international against New Zealand.
Impey apologises for fleeing crash scene (AAP)
AFL player Jarman Impey was drinking at an afternoon pool party before crashing his car into parked vehicles and fleeing the scene, his club says.
Ligue 1 match abandoned after scary firecracker incident (AAP)
The French league match between Metz and Lyon was abandoned after fireworks exploded underneath injured goalkeeper Anthony Lopes.
Wallabies spring tour ratings (AAP)
A look at who shone and who struggled on the Wallabies' European tour as the 32-year grand slam drought continued.
Irvine scores again in Championship (AAP)
Australian Jackson Irvine has scored in Burton Albion's 2-1 win over Rotherham in the English second-tier competition.
Mag can step in for Mullins' absent duo
Speaking on Friday, Patrick Mullins downplayed the significance of Faugheen and Annie Power not having run yet this term. There have been rumours. Annie Power was not working well enough to get a chance in the Morgiana, while Willie Mullins reported that a foot bruise put paid to Faugheen's prospects in the same race.
Un De Sceaux proves class once again
Sprinter Sacre may be restricted to parading these days and the young pretender to his vacant crown, Douvan, may have been at home, but you will do well to find a better horse race all winter than the Betfair Tingle Creek Chase after Un De Sceaux went toe to toe with his old rival Sire De Grugy from the third last before finally getting on top near the finish.
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