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  1. Live: Ellyse Perry eyes another ton on day two of Women's Ashes Test

    Australia is in a strong position after a commanding start with the bat on day one of the Women's Ashes Test, and Ellyse Perry looks set to add to England's woes. Follow all the action in our live blog.

  2. Live: Crows take on Bombers in Friday night AFL clash

    The Bombers are on the charge but can they overcome the Crows playing in front of a parochial Adelaide Oval crowd? Find out with our live AFL ScoreCentre.

  3. Live: Panthers face Dragons after Warriors edge out Sharks

    The Panthers host the Dragons, while the Warriors enjoy a 19-18 win over the Sharks in Wellington as the race for the final heats up. Follow our live NRL ScoreCentre.

  4. Open horror show as Duval takes 14, Rory shoots 79, Tiger struggles

    Some famous names including Rory McIlroy, Tiger Woods and David Duval have terrible starts to the last golfing major of the year, as the Open returns to Northern Ireland at Royal Portrush after a 68-year gap.

  5. The curious mid-stage withdrawal of AWOL cyclist Rohan Dennis

    Exactly where Australian rider Rohan Dennis and his manager went after withdrawing from the Tour de France and why the time trial world champion quit the 12th stage remains unknown, writes Rob Arnold.

  6. The world's 'most beautiful stadium' is the envy of the nation, but for how long?

    Perth's 2019 sports calendar has delivered $100m of revenue after the latest success, a Manchester United blockbuster. But the fight to host big ticket sporting events is heating up, writes Clint Thomas.

  7. NT footballing legend Jack Long farewelled in Darwin

    Hundreds of people are expected to gather in Darwin today to pay their respects to one of Australia's most famous sporting patriarchs, who lost his battle with dementia and prostate cancer last week.

  8. Australia's fortune exceeds England's as Women's Ashes Test match begins

    England was hoping for a big-turning Taunton pitch in the one-off Women's Ashes Test. Instead it found itself in an already impossible position as Australia looks to wrap up the series, writes Geoff Lemon.