Gold Coast midfielder Pearce Hanley and his brother Cian of Brisbane will return home to Ireland for family reasons.
India opener KL Rahul says it is up to every member of the XI to step up and try to fill the void left by injured captain Virat Kohli.
KAMPALA (Reuters) - Geoffrey Kamworor retained the men's title and Irene Cheptai led home five of her compatriots in the women's race as Kenya dominated the world...
The victory came hours after third-seeded Milos Raonic of Canada, suffering from a hamstring injury, withdrew before his third-round match.
American Johnson will become the first player to win all four World Golf Championships events should he defeat young Spaniard Jon Rahm later on Sunday at Austin...
Kei Nishikori took nearly three hours to dispose of Fernando Verdasco at the Miami Open after third seed Milos Raonic was forced to withdraw due to injury.
BAKU (Reuters) - Andre Schuerrle scored twice and set up another goal as world champions Germany cruised to a comfortable 4-1 victory over Azerbaijan on Sunday to...
South Australia must get among the wickets in Monday's first session if they are to have any hope of defeating Victoria in the Sheffield Shield final.
Former Australia captain Michael Clarke says India may come to rue their 'negative' batting on day two of the Test series decider in Dharamsala.
Spanish rookie Jon Rahm is on the ropes against world No.1 Dustin Johnson in the final at the World Golf Championships-Match Play in Austin, Texas.
In the strongest sign yet that he is willing to stick around at Concord, Aaron Woods says he is enjoying the curveballs being thrown at him as club captain.
Melbourne veteran Billy Slater set up a try and played 80 minutes for the first time since coming back from twin shoulder reconstructions.
Warriors playmaker Kieran Foran is racing the clock to take on the Gold Coast after the star recruit was a late scratching from his NRL return on Sunday.
St George Illawarra skipper Gareth Widdop was involved in a car accident just hours before leading his side out for their NRL clash with the Warriors.
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Peter Dutton claims he has stopped granting 457 visas in areas of high youth unemployment. But he hasn't.
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