Bangladesh moved closer to wrapping up their one day cricket series against Zimbabwe with a hefty score in their innings of the third match.
The Wallabies could face a damage bill from the IRFU after a staff member accidentally broke a door after Saturday's defeat at Lansdowne Road.
NSW paceman Sean Abbott is being supported by teammates and counsellors in the wake of Phil Hughes' injury.
Christian Petracca or Paddy McCartin will be St Kilda's choice as the No.1 selection at the AFL national draft.
The AFL anti-doping tribunal is scheduled to start proceedings on December 15, with 34 current and past Essendon players to plead their case.
The World Anti-Doping Agency is examining the Chinese decision to ban Olympic gold medal winner Sun Yang for just three months for a doping offence.
Alistair Nicholson, head of the Australian Cricketers' Association, says Sean Abbott is receiving a lot of support from teammates and counselling services.
Adam Scott says he's up to the challenge of keeping up with Rory McIlroy as the two golf superstars go head to head at the Australian Open in Sydney.
Michael Morgan has made it clear he has no intention of relinquishing the North Queensland Cowboys No.1 jersey to fit-again Lachlan Coote.
Adam Scott is planning to make the most of his last year using his controversial broomstick putter in 2015.
Ex-West Indies allrounder Phil Simmons hopes Phillip Hughes is as lucky as he was when he made a speedy recovery from a serious head injury.
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Sam Burgess close to union debut

NRL grand final Sam Burgess could make his rugby union debut as soon as this week, his Bath club coach has suggested.
His immediate focus may be this week's Australian Open, but world No.1 Rory McIlroy admits he's already thinking every day about next year's Masters.

Beale begins to pay his $45k fine

Kurtley Beale has paid the first instalment of his $45,000 fine, which will be used to help indigenous women.
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