Nathan Coulter-Nile has been suspended for showing dissent to an umpire, ruling him out of WA's Shield match against Victoria.

Ray, Adcock find new AFL homes

Farren Ray has gone to North Melbourne and the Western Bulldogs picked Jed Adcock in the AFL rookie draft.
LONDON (Reuters) - The value of an in-form striker was underlined as Tottenham Hotspur, Liverpool and Athletic Bilbao needed goals from pivotal front men to grab...

Tas bowl first v SA in Shield

Tasmania will bowl first against South Australia in the Sheffield Shield after captain George Bailey won the toss.

Blues to bat against Bulls

NSW have won the toss and will bat against Queensland in their Sheffield Shield clash at the SCG.
Richmond's playing group kicked off their preparation for the 2016 AFL premiership campaign with a training session at Punt Road on Friday.
Manly officials are remaining quiet on the expected purchase of former South Sydney centre Dylan Walker.
ABU DHABI (Reuters) - Jenson Button reckons Fernando Alonso is proving to be a tougher team mate than Lewis Hamilton was in their time together at McLaren.

No timescale on Russia return: Coe

IAAF boss Sebastian Coe says there is no timescale for deciding whether the Russian athletics team will compete at the Rio Olympics.
LONDON (Reuters) - Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge has suffered another injury setback after a foot problem picked up in training ruled him out of a return...
The NRL will announce their new broadcast rights deal on Friday.

Sixth lay day called in Maui

Organisers are confident the final event of the women's World Surf League at Honolua Bay may finally commence on the weekend.
DUBAI (Reuters) - Sam Billings played an inspired innings to help England to a comfortable 14-run victory in the first Twenty20 international against Pakistan on...
MONACO (Reuters) - The question of whether Russia will take part in next year's Olympic Games was no clearer on Thursday after IAAF president Sebastian Coe held a...
Former Western Bulldogs defender Michael Talia says he is relieved after the AFL cleared him of leaking sensitive information from the club.

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