COLOMBO (Reuters) - Three male officials have been identified in the sex bribe scandal that rocked Sri Lankan women's cricket but there are no grounds or evidence...

Smith hails Queensland's Dad's Army

Cameron Smith says it was Queensland's 'Dad's Army' which made the difference as they downed NSW in the State of Origin opener.
SEOUL (Reuters) - Olympic gold medallist Park Tae-hwan, serving an 18 month ban for doping, will return to action in a public pool in Seoul on Monday after...
PARIS (Reuters) - Sam Stosur's decision to re-hire the coach who led her to grand-slam glory four years ago is paying off at the French Open, the Australian said...
PARIS (Reuters) - Defending French Open champion Maria Sharapova called for a change in schedule for the Fed Cup on Wednesday, saying playing ties after grand...
PARIS (Reuters) - Roger Federer overcame a few lapses in concentration to ease into the third round of the French Open with a 6-2 7-6(1) 6-3 win against Spain's...
BERLIN (Reuters) - Winter Olympics sports federations (AIOWF) on Wednesday left SportAccord, suspending any collaboration with the umbrella organisation in the...
ZURICH (Reuters) - Swiss police arrested some of the most powerful figures in global football on Wednesday, announcing a criminal investigation into the awarding...
MADRID (Reuters) - Barcelona forward Luis Suarez has returned to training with his team mates, suggesting he will be able to play a part in Saturday's King's Cup...
Venus Williams is $3000 poorer after being fined for missing a press conference at the French Open.
WELLINGTON (Reuters) - All Blacks flyhalf Daniel Carter will make just his third Super Rugby start of the season in the number 10 shirt this weekend after being...
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - At the Southeast Asian Games, the men's football gold medal carries more weight than any of the other 400 on offer in a region where...
ZURICH (Reuters) - FIFA president Sepp Blatter shrugged off Luis Figo's accusation he had turned world football's ruling body into a dictatorship as the election...
Seven-times Super Rugby champions the Crusaders will field a team featuring seven changes in their match against competition leaders the Hurricanes.
Heath Shaw says the Giants' explosive young onballers have it over the title-winning Magpies midfield on speed alone.
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