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Enever delighted after Wallabies debut  >  Rugby Union

Wallabies bolter Blake Enever says he was overjoyed after making his debut for Australia at Twickenham.

Boof, Sutherland both proud cricket dads  >  Cricket

James Sutherland and Darren Lehmann are two of the most powerful men in Australian cricket - and they both have children who are very talented at the sport.

Australia rue lack of effort in T20 loss  >  Other Sports

Australian captain Rachael Haynes says her side's effort in losing the second women's Ashes Twenty20 clash against England was disappointing.

Cummins' path of pain to first home Test  >  Cricket

Pat Cummins is set to finally put six summers of injuries and rehabilitation behind him when he plays in his first home Test against England at the Gabba.

Victory break duck over injury-hit Glory  >  Football

Perth Glory's injury crisis is so bad that coach Kenny Lowe has been forced to call in teenage reinforcements.

A-League snapshot for round seven  >  Football

A-League snapshot for round seven.

More Gold Coast Comm Games to go on sale  >  Other Sports

Sporting fans who missed out on popular Commonwealth Games' events like swimming and netball can try again on Monday as 100,000 extra tickets go on sale.

Berisha scores as Victory beat Glory 2-0  >  Football

Melbourne Victory have shot up to sixth spot on the ladder after notching their first win of the season - a 2-0 victory over Perth Glory.

Horror NBL weekend for Melbourne, Sydney  >  Basketball

Melbourne United and the Sydney Kings have both had horror weekends in the NBL.

Scrivener storms to six-shot NSW Open win  >  Golf    

West Australian golfer Jason Scrivener has broken through for his first professional victory, a comprehensive six-shot triumph at the NSW Open in Sydney.

Two-goal Kerr primed for Matildas matches  >  Football    

Matildas' superstar Sam Kerr shook off a recent injury concern to fire home two goals as league leaders Perth Glory saw off Melbourne Victory.

Hyundai aiming for 2018 WRC 'perfection'  >  Motor Sports

Hyundai's Thierry Neuville will target a world title next year after winning Rally Australia but again finishing second overall in the World Rally Championship.

Big names fire as WNBL title race heats up  >  Basketball    

MVP candidates Liz Cambage and Suzy Batkovic are hitting top form as the business end of the WNBL season approaches.

England into RLWC semis with win over PNG  >  Rugby League

England will face Tonga in the Rugby League World Cup semi-finals after overcoming Papua New Guinea 36-6 in Melbourne.

Werdum wins UFC headline bout in Sydney  >  Other Sports

Former UFC world heavyweight champion Fabricio Werdum has moved closer to getting another title shot with a unanimous points win over Marcin Tybura in Sydney.

Rioli granted leave by Hawthorn  >  AFL    

Star forward Cyril Rioli has been granted compassionate level by his AFL club Hawthorn.

Wildcats blow Melbourne United away in NBL  >  Basketball

Perth have inflicted a massive 32-point defeat over a listless Melbourne United to stay second on the NBL ladder.

England face tough Ashes calls: Bairstow  >  Cricket    

Wicketkeeper Jonny Bairstow claims England face a selection dilemma ahead of this week's Ashes opener with a full-strength squad to choose from.

Part-timers in Australia's Ashes XI  >  Cricket

Steve Smith is the obvious fifth bowling option in an Australian XI lacking an allrounder.

Reluctant Smith to bowl in Ashes: Lehmann  >  Cricket    

Skipper Steve Smith has focused on his batting since returning to the Test XI in 2013 but his reluctance to bowl may need to change during the Ashes.

Mum's mid-air nightmare for Sangha century  >  Cricket    

Teenager Jason Sangha broke records with his incredible century against England while his mum spent three hours in the air agonising over the nervous nineties.

Tuivasa makes instant UFC impression  >  Other Sports    

Former Sydney Roosters under 20 rugby league player and professional boxer Tai Tuivasa has made a spectacular UFC debut with a first round knockout.

Biting allegation mars Jillaroos WC win  >  Rugby League    

Australia have defeated England 38-0 at the women's Rugby League World Cup with Jillaroos centre Isabelle Kelly accused of biting.

Neuville wins Rally Australia  >  Motor Sports    

Thierry Neuville has won Rally Australia and finished second in the World Rally Championship after an eventful final day's racing on the NSW north coast.

Aussies collapse in women's Ashes T20 loss  >  Cricket

Australia's batting line-up crumbled in pursuit of a modest target to lose the second women's Ashes Twenty20 clash to England by 40 runs in Canberra.