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The Mercury

  • Hobart the place to be for Casey - November 22, 2014
    AUSTRALIA’S No.2 tennis star Casey Dellacqua didn’t have to think twice about where she wanted to round out her preparations for next year’s Australian Open.
  • Macey caps off year with big haul - November 22, 2014
    TEEN sensation Macey Stewart had her amazing 2014 season rewarded in stunning fashion at the Cycling Australia awards but the humble star knows the hard grind is just beginning again.
  • Draft wait like pulling teeth - November 22, 2014
    NOT many people would welcome a tooth extraction, but it’s been a nice distraction for Josh McGuinness.
  • Aussie rules as Irish beaten in Perth - November 22, 2014
    AUSTRALIA has broken its losing run in the International Rules, seeing off the Irish in Perth by 10 points with an impressive kicking display.
  • Cleaner up to WA challenge - November 21, 2014
    STAR Tasmanian galloper The Cleaner is ready to impress the west as the equine cult hero is put through his final workout.

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  • Manchester United edge Arsenal - December 5, 2012
    Manchester United have returned to the Premier League's top-four after the Red Devils saw off old rivals Arsenal at Emirates Stadium. In pictures: The best shots from ACL final--> Match stats: Melbourne City v Sydney FC--> Top scorer: Messi leads La Liga all-time list Big hint: Dortmund&# [...]
  • Australia beat Ireland in Int' Rules Test - December 20, 2010
    Australia overcame a case of the third-quarter wobbles to post a close victory over Ireland in the International Rules clash in Perth. 2015 draw: See who your team plays--> Another crack: Clarkson wants to keep Aussie role Sibling rivalry: Beams' Lions contest hots up Play video: Bombers to [...]
  • Wallabies on cusp of awful Spring Tour - December 13, 2010
    The Wallabies are on the brink of their worst European tour in almost a decade after falling to the in-form Ireland in Dublin. Match stats: Ireland v Wallabies All Blacks: Struggle to overcome Wales World player: All Blacks Retallick wins award
  • Push for second New Zealand team in NRL - December 13, 2009
    A consortium of Australian and Kiwi investors has launched a bid for a second New Zealand NRL team, to based in Wellington from 2018. Match stats: Kiwis v Kangaroos--> In pics: Four Nations final match-ups--> Coward punch: Super League star avoids sack Domestic violence: Rabbitoh risks losing [...]
  • Aussies hunt No1 ODI ranking at SCG - February 24, 2008
    Top spot on the world one-day rankings is the carrot that will keep Australia hungry in Sunday's dead rubber at the SCG. Scorecard: Australia v South Africa - Fourth ODI--> Top form: Smith hails measured approach Second Test: Pakistan salvage draw against NZ--> Job hunting: World cricket [...]

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    Yahoo! Sports

    • Castelen vows to get better for Wanderers - November 23, 2014
      Western Sydney import Romeo Castelen has promised he'll become a star for the Wanderers, despite a slow start at the struggling A-League club.
    • Messi sets La Liga record of 253 goals - November 23, 2014
      Barcelona forward Lionel Messi set a La Liga record of 253 goals when he grabbed a hat-trick in Saturday's 5-1 win at home to Sevilla, the latest milestone for the four-times Wor...
    • Chile football match suspended after racist insults - November 23, 2014
      SANTIAGO (Reuters) - San Marcos de Arica striker Emilio Renteria was for the second time in two weeks the target of Chilean fans' racist insults, this time prompting the referee to suspend a match aga...
    • Ferns need to believe, says coach - November 23, 2014
      The Football Ferns need to start stronger and back themselves after losing 2-1 to world No.4 France, coach Tony Readings says.
    • Wallabies showing their steel, says Cheika - November 23, 2014
      Wallabies coach Michael Cheika believes Australia are changing a perception among European opposition they are a soft touch.

    The Age

    • Melbourne City fall at home again - November 22, 2014
      Errors by goalkeeper Andrew Redmayne and defender Rob Wielaert gifted Sydney FC striker Mark Janko a goal in each half.
    • Ducks and drakes surround Clarke - November 22, 2014
      Michael Clarke's ambitious quest to be fit for the first Test against India resulted in an elaborate game of ducks and drakes unfolding in Sydney grade cricket on Saturday.
    • Club-by-club guide to the draft: part two - November 22, 2014
      Emma Quayle looks at your club's needs in next week's national draft. Part two.
    • Door ajar for history seekers - November 22, 2014
      A late-afternoon capitulation by Michael Wright and Paul Spargo left the door open for Adam Scott.
    • CA boss says one-day cricket isn't over - November 22, 2014
      Cricket Australia's chief executive James Sutherland said 50-over cricket would continue to have a future on the international schedule beyond next year's World Cup, despite the poor crowds that had turned out for this month's series against South Africa.

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