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Racing world reels as No.1 trainer charged, horses scratched

By the time officers raided Weir's stables they knew exactly what they were looking for. Police trawled through horse floats, stables, property and vehicles as part of the coordinated 6am operation.

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Race-by-race guide and tips for Rosehill on Saturday

All the information you need to back a winner at Rosehill today.

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Tearful Head dedicates first Test century to the late Phillip Hughes

Australia is in a commanding position in the second Test in after Travis Head and Joe Burns feasted on Sri Lanka's inexperienced attack.

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Sun the king of drama as Chinese star swims through endless controversy

Despised by some of his peers, idolised by an adoring nation, Sun Yang continues to be one of the most-polarising Olympic athletes after his latest ...

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Political football: Why we must all get on Team Hakeem

The soccer community has been extraordinary in mobilising support for Hakeem Al-Araibi. It is now for the rest of us to get on board.

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Will Pucovski released from Test squad due to mental health concerns

The latest recurrence is not being seen by Cricket Australia as a setback but rather a reflection of his increased awareness of the issue.

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Goulburn trainer says racing industry gets ruined by the greedy

Tash Burleigh has slammed Melbourne Cup-winning trainer Darren Weir after his stables were raided by police this week.

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Darren Weir faces six charges, horses scratched

Racing Victoria stewards have charged Darren Weir with six offences under the rules of racing and scratched all his runners until Monday night.

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Second-rate Sri Lankan outfit go from bad to worse

Overthrows, shocking fielding, inaccurate bowling and poor body language characterised the Sri Lankans’ efforts on a one-sided opening day in Canberra.

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Khawaja urged to take a break and work on technique after 'shocking' shot

Usman Khawaja's slump has continued after he was dismissed for a duck on the first day of the final Test of the summer.

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Ton drought broken and runs flow freely for Burns and Head

The good news for Joe Burns and Travis Head was that they scored Test centuries at Manuka Oval on Friday. Canberra provided drought relief for ...

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Weir runners scratched after rival trainers take stand

Prominent Melbourne stables are taking a stand against tarnished trainer Darren Weir, whose runners were scratched from the weekend's racing ...

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United stand tall in NZ, eye top spot

Another road game, another old rival and another road win.

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The wheel of fortune favours Travis Head

The uncertainty surrounding his place in the squad has surely been put to bed.

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Resurrected Joe Burns throws an Ashes curveball

Atlanta Falcons fans will be the first to tell you 3-28 doesn't mean too much. Now Sri Lanka can too.

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The first Test at the Manuka Oval: the fans' verdict

People have enjoyed the intimate ground, and helpful bouncers (of the non-bowling variety).

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Manuka passes Test, but Cricket ACT eyeing off T20s in next deal

There might not be a second Test, but Manuka Oval looks set to host plenty of Twenty20 internationals over the next four years.

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Manuka Test like home for Lyon family

Just two hours from Young, Australia's historical first Test at Manuka Oval was like a home one for the Lyon family.

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Manuka Oval is up to the Test

The moment was the culmination of years of hard work, so many years that one can't help but wonder why it took so long.

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'Make it a sell out': Capitals want big crowd for WNBL grand final

The Capitals will play Adelaide when they chase their first championship since 2010.

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Weir employee was asked to explain stable's rise

A man who was closely linked to champion trainer Darren Weir's meteoric rise believes it was after the shock Cup victory of Prince of Penzance that things started to change in the Weir camp.

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Canberra United award winners share one thing in common

Rachel Corsie, Sham Khamis, Rhoda Mulaudzi and Laura Hughes all had to work for everything they've achieved.

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Cricket ACT life members get Christmas Test

It felt like Christmas - race downstairs to see what presents await under the tree - only the 20 Cricket ACT life members knew exactly what they were ...

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Will ball-tampering be mentioned at cricket's night of nights?

The format of the re-branded Australian Cricket Awards night is still to be finalised, but The Tonk is hearing 'Sandpapergate' will not be ignored.

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'Slightly terrified' Erin Burns wants to halt Ellyse Perry express

The ACT Meteors will fight for a place in a drought-breaking final when they confront the NSW dynasty.

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Cowboy up: Valentine insists NFL dream is close to his heart

Valentine Holmes concedes he only recently decided to focus on a career in the cut-throat American league and is still largely in the dark about his chances of making the grade.

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Boomers rue finals exit but expect to contend again next season

Melbourne Boomers have to turn their thoughts towards next season after a disappointing exit from the WNBL semi-finals on Thursday night.

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Who's worth another chance?

As Australia's batsmen get off to another shaky start in the Canberra Test, who of the many batsmen to have fallen out of favour with national selectors can find their way back into the national team?

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